Tag Archives: Limited government

Why We should Abandon the State

Many people otherwise favoring unfettered freedom will qualify their position with an inevitable “but” — “but we need government to provide physical security and dispute resolution, the most critical services of all.” Really? I wish I had a Federal Reserve … Continue reading

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Slouching Toward Extinction

“[The] conservative keeps repeating the litany that the central government should be severely limited by a constitution. Yet, at the same time that he rails against the corruption of the original Constitution and the widening of federal power since 1789, … Continue reading

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Evidence of of Tyranny

Have you seen Britain? You know, the United Kingdom? Gone. Overrun. Gave up their rights. No weapons for law abiding citizens. It’s a surveillance state. Freedom was supposed to be here, in this shining city on the hill. Not fucking … Continue reading

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The Truth About Neoconservatism

The sad thing is how many good people there are out there who have been “neo-conned.” — jtl, 419 By Ron Paul via LewRockwell.com The modern-day, limited-government movement has been co-opted. The conservatives have failed in their effort to shrink the … Continue reading

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The human virus, Governmentitus

    From The Dollar Vigilante by James B, and originally appeared on Freedom Saloon We’ve often wondered in the Saloon why people insist upon enslaving themselves to government. Why are people wired to have a blind faith in the … Continue reading

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