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  • John Martin's picture
    John Martin 7 years 33 weeks ago Page Marcel Votlucka
    People need to understand the definition of a right. We all have the same rights. We all have rights to do things for ourselves--the rights to travel, buy and sell, earn livings, manage our lifestyles, raise our children, manage our property, etc. We do NOT have any rights to FORCE others to provide things for us--i.e education, housing, food, health care. We do NOT have any rights to initiate force, steal or meddle with the persons, property, or lifestyles of others.
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    jd-in-georgia 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Derek Henson
    Thomas Jefferson is credited with saying, "When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty." The more I hear, see, and read about these kinds of government actions, I wonder if we will ever truly have liberty?
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    John Martin 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link strike
    Whether people are fat or not is a moot point. The entire food stamp program is an unconstitutional, communist FRAUD that should be entirely eliminated. The same applies to 'public' education, 'public' housing, health care, welfare, foreign aid, abusive safety and environmental regulations, drug, gambling, and 'porn' prohibitions, useless 'wars' in Korea, Vietnam, and the middle east, anti-climate change 'treaties,' and other garbage.
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    ReverendDraco 7 years 33 weeks ago Page S.E. Seachman
    I have read, in more than one place (please don't ask me where, I read so much it's almost impossible to keep track), that only in the US is obesity a sign of poverty. In any other nation, the poor are scrawny, half-starved, walking skeletons - in the US, they "are closer to Aretha Franklin or Oprah during her binge years." Entitlement-minded Sheeple. . .
  • KenK's picture
    KenK 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Derek Henson
    Don't forget to mention the ski masks and other identity camouflage they've taken to wearing too. Sad.
  • albergine's picture
    albergine 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Robert Fredericks
    the nobody vote i a good idea, though having Never voted (or ever will) i have no need to give my if i would have vote to any, even if it would be nobody, as nobody should get the vote under any circumstance voting has ceased to exist so much so i have to look for the word in a dictionary every time i hear/see it :)
  • livemike's picture
    livemike 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Christopher Lempa
    If they're primary business is farming then they're net tax-feeders. That's what subsidy is all about.
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    ReverendDraco 7 years 33 weeks ago Page Marcel Votlucka
    You had me until this: "shooting people who try to scale a border fence." As far as I'm concerned, that's Trespassing, and when you trespass, you *should* expect to backstop 00. There should be consequences to violating someone else's property. Not that the property involved belongs to "the Government," (it doesn't) but that it belongs to ALL Citizens - and the Property Owners have said, No Trespassing. Let's look at this on a smaller scale - you and 4 of your friends own a chunk of land. Even if 4 of the owners think that Trespassing should be allowed, it violates the property rights of the 5th owner if you 4 assisted Trespassers on the property. Add to that, using his honestly acquired resources to assist them (against his will), and limiting his ability to honestly acquire resources (by expecting him to work for the lower wages paid to Criminals on the lam), and the violation becomes even more egregious. . . It's one thing to ask politely to come on someone else's Property - it is another thing entirely to make the choice for them. 'Nuff Said.
  • Glen Allport's picture
    Glen Allport 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Mike Powers
    By far the most firearms-enabled deaths come from government itself: war, genocide, and simple murder of dissidents and others by the State. "Gun control" that would actually make us safer would be to remove guns from the hands of those working for the State; British bobbies (cops) and many small-town cops even in the US once did their jobs without carrying guns -- and people respected them for that, and actually felt some affection for them. When the hired help is armed to the teeth but the EMPLOYERS are denied weapons -- BY the hired help, in the form of politicians and the armed agents who enforce the laws -- then you have a serious and very dangerous situation.
  • albergine's picture
    albergine 7 years 33 weeks ago
    I'm Not A Terrorist
    Web link Robert Fredericks
    anyone with a defective electrical signal can crap on their neighbour for the cause when there's a war of land grabbing and mineral rights on the move
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    albergine 7 years 33 weeks ago
    I'm Not A Terrorist
    Web link Robert Fredericks
    being stopped by cops for taking a walk at 3am and being questioned as to why your doing it, well there's no friend just foe just as is so being frisked/scanned at an airport and that get's a little bigger, but being accused of being a terrorist is massive, but so is land grabbing and the mineral right's crusade, that'll stop at nothing.
  • livemike's picture
    livemike 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Robert Fredericks
    There is a group of people who think of themselves as being in "Al Quaeda" so it exists as much as any organisation does. The article states that the man "apparently" was connected to al quaeda and there is some appearance that he did. I'm not convinced myself but it's at least plausible. The article is worthwhile and a minor possible error in attributing blame is hardly worth trashing it for.
  • albergine's picture
    albergine 7 years 33 weeks ago
    I'm Not A Terrorist
    Web link Robert Fredericks
    would be about 10-12 years ago that i decided to take a walk oceanside, was around 3am, the cops appeared and asked me what i was doing, "walking" i replied, "why" they asked, "because i can" i said, "isn't a little late to be taking a walk" they said "i never realised i had a limit" was my reply, they looked at me oddly and drove away, what was i in their eyes but a possible potential danger to something, well i wasn't but their work doesn't allowfor anything but foe, shame, but that was of local consiquence, and in a pretty peaceable area at that, it was irritating being seen as a danger, much as is handing over a passport and being frisked, but even more so when your just being used as an excuse for land grabbing /mineral theft/crusade.
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    ALLEN090 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Christopher Lempa
    This piece doesn't make common sense. For every dollar Backman's family got back, how many did the government take? The author never even asks the question.
  • Bill Ross's picture
    Bill Ross 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Robert Fredericks
    Aargh… Democracy has devolved to a periodic contest regarding which team are legitimate predators (most guns) and, who are legitimate prey (weakest, least politically popular) using ever changing pretexts. The current system is on the same extermination path as the Nazis and differs only in degree and therefore, the amount of time it takes social / economic collapse to occur. The Nazis were fools. It is more economically efficient but equally foolish to enslave as opposed to exterminate your prey. I agree wholeheartedly that the reasons for “none of the above” votes (no valid choices able to achieve “consent of the governed”) needs to be expressed, however, the system is FUBAR. The system is insane because it lacks the discipline of reality and is therefore at war against reality. In any contest with natural law (actions have inevitable consequences), REALITY wins, a “slam dunk”. The only question is: who benefits by the choices and who pays for the consequences? The “rule of law” used to insure that those who made the choices, reaped the consequences, good or bad. No more. Now, some are able to make and profit by choices which are illegal to all persons but the state and their connected cronies. Since all such profit resolves to theft from the productive, the grim reaper of “Mathematics of Rule” is and will continue to determine consequences: http://www.strike-the-root.com/51/ross/ross1.html Our far wiser ancestors correctly diagnosed the root cause of the rise and fall of civilization (the rules by which we cooperate for MUTUAL self-interest) as perpetual war between the productive (those who produce more than they consume) versus the greedy (those who consume more than they produce). They discovered and enforced the “rule of law”, to protect civilization (honest people trading) from criminals (predators, who achieve goals by force / fraud). This is now rationalized away, by criminals on the bench: http://www.strike-the-root.com/51/ross/ross3.html Justice Defined: We are all free to profit or suffer and learn (adapt to excellence) by facing the consequences of our OWN choices. Injustice is to be forced to suffer the consequences of choices of unaccountable (irresponsible) others.. “The danger is not that a particular class is unfit to govern. Every class is unfit to govern. The law of liberty tends to abolish the reign of race over race, of faith over faith, of class over class.” ~ Lord Acton Charles Darwin also warned us: Survival EQUALS ability to adapt to environment EQUALS ability to choose correctly EQUALS freedom: http://www.strike-the-root.com/62/ross/ross1.html Returning to the democracy topic, there are two basic problems: choice is limited (a survival hit) and politics is not limited to “common interest” (all persons EQUALLY benefit and pay), creating a perpetual “divide and conquer war” between predators vying for “legitimacy”, to prey on the people. Until these two problems are solved, there is zero possibility that democracy can be “fixed”, ever. Natural factors “the unseen hand” are manifesting as social / economic collapse which MUST continue until the “rule of law” is re-asserted (or total collapse to anarchy) and predators reined in and democracy limited to “common interest”. Our ancestors suffered from “rule of corrupt man” and chose peace and survival for all over unchecked greed which inevitably leads to “survival for none”. Think about it: http://www.strike-the-root.com/51/ross/ross2.html
  • mkghandi's picture
    mkghandi 7 years 33 weeks ago
    I'm Not A Terrorist
    Web link Robert Fredericks
    Beware the people in uniform. They are the terrorists, and they blame you--their victim. That's how terrorism works. Until government is gone, we will continue to have terrorists. MKG
  • mkghandi's picture
    mkghandi 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Robert Fredericks
    When any piece of journalism invokes 'al-Qaeda' it discredits itself in my mind. This article brought it up in the first sentence. Al Qaeda is a boogeyman. It does not exist. It's sole purpose is to induce fear in the lumpenproles, and to stifle discussion about the real sponsors of terror. Those real sponsors are the black ops agencies of governments pursuing an agenda of terrorizing the population so they won't resist other parts of the same agenda. The ultimate goal of the people invoking al Qaeda is world domination. It amazes me that Muslims fall for this deception. MKG
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    mkghandi 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Robert Fredericks
    Decades ago somebody wrote a book called None of the Above, advocating putting that as a choice in all elections. Conditions today tell you how far that idea went. The problem with getting something like that on a ballot is that the voting process is controlled by corrupt politicians supported by an even more corrupt media who won't allow it to happen no matter what. Asking people to assert their own intent in not voting is cumbersome and impractical. Unless there is leadership and legitimate political processes, if you don't vote, the prevailing attitude that you are apathetic will prevail. Any leader who arises to promote this idea will be quickly struck down--either discredited, or will meet an unfortunate accident, or may even be 'suicided'. Until these tactics are discredited, we won't see any change. MKG
  • albergine's picture
    albergine 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    Quote : Such moral anesthesia is dangerous. It allows people who are scrupulously moral in their private lives to become rapacious plunderers in the voting booth. *If the libertarian movement did nothing other than strip away the euphemisms and get the electorate, including nonlibertarians, to come face-to-face with their moral tradeoffs, government would shrink dramatically* i see the above as the starting point, strip off the layers etc, plenty easier to make the change peacefully, otherwise keep an eye over your shoulder, big job and gradual methinks.
  • albergine's picture
    albergine 7 years 33 weeks ago Page tzo
    fair enough, not special or below midi level bad or tops but average, ok...and sad.
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    albergine 7 years 33 weeks ago Page Bob Wallace
    How to Win in Iraq and Afghanistan... ok if one want's to win i suppose, any losses ?
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    albergine 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Don Stacy
    Al Jazeera, if they told the truth i wouldn't believe them, media stench.
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    fromonesource (not verified) 7 years 33 weeks ago
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    javieranton 7 years 33 weeks ago Page tzo
    Exactly straight to the point, bravo!
  • livemike's picture
    livemike 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    Truth-Bringer; Jefferson only repealed internal taxes, not taxes per se. Government funding was still based on violence. So Jefferson's didn't prove Milsted's assertion false. What did was the various examples of complete absence of government, e.g. in western mining towns, early Pennsylvania, and medieval Iceland. Most of the assertions Milsted's article have been proven wrong, for instance that the US military prevents wars.
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    Sofisto (not verified) 7 years 33 weeks ago
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    Truth-Bringer 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    "The Zero Aggression Principle demands immediate elimination of all taxation, and perhaps monopoly government in general. Yet eliminating these things would result in tribalism, warfare, and eventually dictatorship — that is, increases in aggression." I noticed that too. One problem with his assertion, history has proven it false. Thomas Jefferson repealed all internal taxes and there was no net increase in aggression as a result, nor did the government collapse. It was merely bound to its very limited powers under the original intent of the Constitution. The details of his tax repeal are here starting in the 1800 section: http://www.tax.org/Museum/1777-1815.htm
  • Truth-Bringer's picture
    Truth-Bringer 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    Key phrase here of course is "non-violent offenders." Remove government's control over the peaceful, honest, voluntary actions of adult individuals, and you solve this problem.
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    Rodger Moore (not verified) 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    When you compromise with evil, evil wins. The power of liberty is that it is inherently moral, lose that and you lose everything.
  • Rex Curry's picture
    Rex Curry 7 years 33 weeks ago
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    RexCurry.net is the site that exposes the Pledge of Allegiance as the origin of Adolf Hitler's "Nazi" salute under the National Socialist German Workers Party. The site also archives other discoveries of the historian and symbologist Dr. Rex Curry, author of the book "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets." Francis Bellamy (cousin of author Edward Bellamy) was a socialist in the Nationalism movement and authored the Pledge of Allegiance (1892). http://rexcurry.net/pledge2.html The early pledge began with a military salute that was then extended out toward the flag. In practice, the second gesture was performed palm-down with a stiff-arm when the military salute was merely pointed out at the flag. Thus, the military salute led to the Nazi salute in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of the United States. http://rexcurry.net/45th-infantry-division-swastika-sooner-soldiers.html It was not an ancient Roman salute. That is a myth debunked by Dr. Curry, who showed that the myth came from the Pledge. American national socialists (including Edward Bellamy), in cooperation with Madame Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society, popularized the use of the Swastika (an ancient symbol) as a modern symbol for socialism long before the symbol was adopted by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis). http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-swastika.html The Bellamys influenced the National Socialist German Workers Party and its dogma, rituals and symbols (e.g. robotic collective chanting to flags; and the modern use of the swastika as crossed S-letters for "Socialism" under German National Socialism). Similar alphabetical symbolism was used under the NSDAP for the "SS" division, the "SA," the "NSV," et cetera and similar symbolism is visible today as the Volkswagen VW logo. http://rexcurry.net/bookchapter4a1a2a1.html The Bellamys wanted the government to take over all food, clothing, shelter, goods and services and create an "industrial army" to impose their "military socialism." See the video documentary at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BssWWZ3XEe4 It is the same dogma that led to the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): ~60 million killed under the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; ~50 million under the Peoples' Republic of China; ~20 million under the National Socialist German Workers' Party. http://rexcurry.net/socialists.html Today, the flag symbolizes authoritarianism in the USA. The historical facts above explain the enormous size and scope of government today, and the USA's police state, and why it is growing so rapidly. They are reasons for minarchy: massive reductions in government, taxation, spending and socialism.
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    Rex Curry 7 years 33 weeks ago Page Rex Curry
    RexCurry.net is the site that exposes the Pledge of Allegiance as the origin of Adolf Hitler's "Nazi" salute under the National Socialist German Workers Party. The site also archives other discoveries of the historian and symbologist Dr. Rex Curry, author of the book "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets." Francis Bellamy (cousin of author Edward Bellamy) was a socialist in the Nationalism movement and authored the Pledge of Allegiance (1892). http://rexcurry.net/pledge2.html The early pledge began with a military salute that was then extended out toward the flag. In practice, the second gesture was performed palm-down with a stiff-arm when the military salute was merely pointed out at the flag. Thus, the military salute led to the Nazi salute in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of the United States. http://rexcurry.net/45th-infantry-division-swastika-sooner-soldiers.html It was not an ancient Roman salute. That is a myth debunked by Dr. Curry, who showed that the myth came from the Pledge. American national socialists (including Edward Bellamy), in cooperation with Madame Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society, popularized the use of the Swastika (an ancient symbol) as a modern symbol for socialism long before the symbol was adopted by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis). http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-swastika.html The Bellamys influenced the National Socialist German Workers Party and its dogma, rituals and symbols (e.g. robotic collective chanting to flags; and the modern use of the swastika as crossed S-letters for "Socialism" under German National Socialism). Similar alphabetical symbolism was used under the NSDAP for the "SS" division, the "SA," the "NSV," et cetera and similar symbolism is visible today as the Volkswagen VW logo. http://rexcurry.net/bookchapter4a1a2a1.html The Bellamys wanted the government to take over all food, clothing, shelter, goods and services and create an "industrial army" to impose their "military socialism." See the video documentary at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BssWWZ3XEe4 It is the same dogma that led to the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): ~60 million killed under the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; ~50 million under the Peoples' Republic of China; ~20 million under the National Socialist German Workers' Party. http://rexcurry.net/socialists.html Today, the flag symbolizes authoritarianism in the USA. The historical facts above explain the enormous size and scope of government today, and the USA's police state, and why it is growing so rapidly. They are reasons for minarchy: massive reductions in government, taxation, spending and socialism.
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    B.R. Merrick 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    This is the first time I have ever heard the word "neolibertarian." According to his definition, a neolibertarian is the same as a neocon. So there is this "neo" force running around infecting every train of political and anti-political thought with the idea that we can smash badness away with enough military might? What's next? Neoanarchists? And I would be interested to know what evidence there is that our growing military might is something, or the main thing, or the only thing that has stopped any invasion since 1812.
  • Bill Ross's picture
    Bill Ross 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    The "conflict" between moralist and consequentialist libertarians appears to be artificially induced. Every "truth" movement or proven scientific fact which has the implication that arbitrary power has reality limits is infiltrated by lying intellectuals and media shills who are paid very well to introduce confusion, controversy, denial and delay the inevitable acknowledging of truth. On this particular issue, the moralists argue: cease aggression NOW, the consequentialists: too costly, anarchy and social / economic collapse results. The two POV's differ only in time preference. The cost of not ceasing aggression is inevitably: anarchy and social / economic collapse. We are living this now and, arbitrary power is TERRIFIED. The reason is that we live in an action precedes consequence reality. We are already free to do anything consistent with the laws of physics. The only choice of others, organized power included is: what do they choose to do in response? The dominant action / consequence relationship here is that aggressions of arbitrary power have taken on the laws of nature, in particular, human nature and will to live. People are going from "trust of state equals willing participation" to "distrust of state, choosing to not associate" to "state is a personal survival danger, active opposition". If you want to have a clue regarding what is going on, you need to align to reality and learn how to THINK: http://www.strike-the-root.com/51/ross/ross2.html Our far wiser ancestors once placed us on the path to civilization by discovering and enforcing the "rule of law", now rationalized and educationally subverted away. As a consequence, civilization collapses, since its basis of operation is opposed by criminals wielding the collective power of we, the people: http://www.strike-the-root.com/51/ross/ross3.html Our tyrants are TERRIFIED as they see all of their foul works collapsing and people waking up. Hopefully, what is coming will be dealt with intelligently and morally.
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    Puck 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who got the heebie jeebies reading that article. If I wanted to read Cato Institute pablum I'd be reading cato.org, not strike-the-root.com
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    KenK 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    Increased repair costs and hassles caused by this IP over reach would make me very unlikely to buy a vehicle from companies that did this.
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    Fascist Nation (not verified) 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    This is why I stopped subscribing to may favorite publication,"Liberty." When Bradford brought in those two neocons, Stephen Cox and Bruce Ramsey with Cox eventually becoming Editor-in-Chief it was time to move on. Milstead is not even close to being a minarchist. He clearly supports government -- apparently monopoly government, whatever that means -- as a protector against aggression (which it poorly does) and to force individuals living under its sphere of influence to provide their labor in support of this government. Both are to be obtained by the monopoly government's threat of pain, detention and death. That failure to have this government benevolence forcibly bestowed on us "would result in tribalism, warfare, and eventually dictatorship." You mean the things we have now under government. Speaking of fantasy....
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    tzo 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    "The Zero Aggression Principle demands immediate elimination of all taxation, and perhaps monopoly government in general. Yet eliminating these things would result in tribalism, warfare, and eventually dictatorship — that is, increases in aggression. ZAP applied to government violates its own underlying value. Aggression will always be with us. Complete elimination of aggression is a fantasy." This is quite a paragraph. In the first two sentences he pronounces that it is a known fact that anarchy is chaos. He then 'proves' his assertion by making a ridiculous connection between the ZAP and pacifism, assuming that there would be no defense/justice services in an anarchical society, all because he clearly does not understand the meaning of the word 'aggression.' Equating a society that respects the ZAP with an impossible aggression-less society is what they call a straw man, I believe. He is a minarchist, pure and simple, and with all the baggage that position entails: Aggression is just fine as long as you believe the ends are justified. "Am I a libertarian?" Nope. I hope that eliminates any confusion in your mind, sir.
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    Per Bylund 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    I totally agree with you, Brian. I had my own discussion of Milsted's work a couple of years back. That guy is certainly not a libertarian. Here's my response to his ridiculous argument for taxation for public goods: Why Statists Always Get It Wrong (http://mises.org/story/2031).
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    stu33 (not verified) 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    Mr. Milsted doesn't seem to be a libertarian to me. He also doesn't seem to have a very good grasp of Austrian economics. He said the "Austrian model of ordered preferences and diminishing marginal utility" is "a crude model of human decision making." With friends like these who needs enemies.
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    strike 7 years 33 weeks ago
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    Mitrik_Spanner 7 years 33 weeks ago
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    BrianDrake 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    "But should we call these people libertarians? Am I a libertarian? " No. It still boggles my mind that with the word literally in the name LIBERT[Y]arian, that people who admittedly/obviously value some social value higher than liberty (e.g., utility, expedience, security, equality, fairness, etc...) presume to appropriate that name for themselves. Either you value liberty (self-ownership) as your highest social value, and are therefore a "libertarian", or you do not and are a something-elsian. In other words, if your social value system looks something like this: 1. Liberty (the self-ownership of each person) 2. Security 3. Prosperity 4. Cookies 5. etc... You're a libertarian. If it looks something like this: 1. Security 2. Equality 3. Greatest good for greatest number 4. Liberty You could call yourself a "securitarian" (or if you wanted to be condescending to true libertarians, a "realist" - a laughable assertion). But you are no "libertarian". It's that simple. Milsted is an obvious "something-elsian". As is the LP. Real libertarians advocate nothing less than the immediate abolition of slavery. In the meantime, they run the underground railroad and educate as many people as possible.
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    Chris Cooley (not verified) 7 years 33 weeks ago Web link Cheryl Cline
    So true , But god have we heard about the Detroit attempt; not that it wasn't terrible before, but god is flying going to be horrible now with whatever bullshit the TSA comes up with after this . Dogs sniffing your crotch and nude body scanners ... fun
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