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Salvos 2: Get Ready for More Fun and Freedom


Many of you remember my review of Garry Reed’s first collection of his libertarian work, “Selected Salvos from the Loose Cannon Libertarian”. Well, he’s at it again. In his second addition to the Fun and Freedom genre, as he puts it, “Selected Salvos 2 from the Loose Cannon Libertarian” takes the reader into the school…

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The Gravity of Choice


One of the fundamental laws of economics is that human beings act on incentives. People make choices to act every day, all the time. The choices they make, are without fail, whether they will be left better or worse off. As a matter of fact, people remain inactive until they have made their choice whether…

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Blogging: Another Tool for Freedom


How many have gotten themselves into that usual Twitter or maybe a Facebook debate about “capitalism” or “the free market” with someone who doesn’t even understand the definition of the terms? It can be equally frustrating because these social media environments aren’t really suited for an honest debate. When anonymity is introduced during any discussion, the…

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Privatizing Cities: A Trend in Freedom


The July/August issue of the Freeman Magazine, interviewed Oliver Porter, the creator and implementer of the public-private partnership model in Sandy Springs, Georgia titled, “The Man Who Outsourced the Government“.    Are Public-Private Partnerships Crony?   Public-private partnerships are, as the interview describes, when government contracts all of it’s basic services to private industry other…

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The Enlightenment and Liberty


Liberty has always been a matter of maturity. It is much easier to remain immature, as a child, and rely on government to care for you. Once this government has been given the green light to provide for its citizens, it will also begin to think for them. It is no coincidence that our Founders were…

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The Law of Decay


Any scientist can tell you that all things physical are under a state of decay. Whether it’s as small as an atom or as large as a planet, all matter is in decay. What physicists referred to as entropy or the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, is in all energy exchanges, if no energy enters or…

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What is to Be Done


Back in the 1960’s Economist and Historian, Murray N. Rothbard worked as a reviewer for the William Volker Fund, a conservative and libertarian organization that gave grants to academics for the furtherance of conservative and free market ideas. His job, primarily, was to read and review articles, periodicals and books on political science and economics.…