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Ken Bank has done some writing (including movie reviews) from a historical and libertarian perspective, and his background includes masters degrees in history and business.  He used to be active in the Libertarian Party but has given up politics.  He currently resides in Barnegat, New Jersey.  He is a retired real estate broker, and currently works part-time as an investment manager and consultant.

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Columns by Ken Bank

Libertarians and Republicans Make Alliances While Liberty Perishes
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Ken Bank 2007-03-20 16:00
Exclusive to STR March 21, 2007
Bob Barr and the Futility of Libertarian Politics
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Ken Bank 2007-01-03 16:00
Exclusive to STR January 4, 2007
The Good Shepherd
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Ken Bank 2006-12-25 16:00
Exclusive to STR December 26, 2006
Native American History Government Schools Don't Want You to Know
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Ken Bank 2006-12-03 16:00
Exclusive to STR December 4, 2006
Alternative Parties Are No Alternative
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Ken Bank 2006-11-01 16:00
Exclusive to STR November 2, 2006
All the King's Men
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Ken Bank 2006-09-28 15:00
Exclusive to STR September 29, 2006
One Happy (and Free) Island
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Ken Bank 2006-09-05 15:00
Exclusive to STR As Strike The Root celebrated its fifth anniversary, I was in Aruba with my wife and kids taking advantage of some of the liberties denied to me in the so-called "Land of the Free." From the moment our plane landed in Aruba, to the time one week later when we began the ordeal of US Customs pre-clearance and threw ourselves at the mercy of the Department of Homeland Security and...
Why I Like (New Jersey Governor) John Corzine
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Ken Bank 2006-07-18 15:00
Exclusive to STR
Why Elections Are Stupid (Though Sometimes Funny)
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Ken Bank 2006-06-13 15:00
Exclusive to STR If anybody wanted to know why elections are stupid, all they had to do was watch the returns from New Jersey's primary election on June 6. If the spectacle of a Roman forum where statist gladiators fight to political death would not convince an objective observer, nothing would. However, like the Coliseum in ancient times, there was plenty of entertainment and unintentional...
Why I Didn't Watch 'United 93'
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Ken Bank 2006-05-16 15:00
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Why I Didn't Watch 'United 93'
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Ken Bank 2006-04-22 15:00
Exclusive to STR My son and daughter, who attend public elementary school in New Jersey, came home one day with an interesting assignment. Their teacher gave them each a sheet of paper with a list of items to be found in a polling station on election day such as voting machines, flags, tables, chairs, registers, etc. They asked my wife and I to take them to the nearest station so they could...