Sat, 8 May 2010
The absurdity of "taxpayers"
One day, everything will be privately owned
Anarcho-Distributism by Daniel McCarthy
We'll never get rid of statism if present psychologies don't change
People demand justice services in concert with their concept (or misconception) of justice
A "republic" is based on the contradiction of "representation"
Business fits perfectly with the free market, with what people need and want
Parents typically contradict the wills of children; hence, we have government
A higher level of self-esteem is required for a free society to take hold
It's best to push away from the table of governmental "benefits"
Once people get the idea of good government out of their heads, peace and prosperity can happen
Libertarian Property and Privatization: An Alternative Paradigm by Kevin A. Carson
Property gleaned through statism is best left to the natural redistributive processes of supply and demand in the free market; no need to "take back" anything, to be a central planner
In a society of complete liberty, people will use land in ways valued by people in the marketplace
My recent "citation"...cops are basically illogical zombies who choose to enforce "the law" at the expense of individual rights
Public property is a contradiction in terms and must be abolished
bumper music "For America" by Jackson Browne
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