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Philosophy of Liberty

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www.againstcronycapitalism.org, Nick Sorrentino

What does it mean to be free? I believe that freedom is the ability to do certain things. To speak as I wish. To think as I wish. To do business as I wish. To medicate myself as I wish. To go where I wish. To spend time with whomever I wish. You get

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Silver Underground

There’s this meme floating around on YouTube. There’s these videos satirizing the ridiculous things people say, usually broken down by demographic. Shit white people say. Shit black people say. Shit rich people say. Shit hipsters say. Shit zombies sa

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Eff the media Text this to your Friends: http://bit.ly/BankonRon I am going to the streets to market pocket constitutions. You always know what Ron Paul is going to do. All you have to do is read the constitution, Declaration of independence. Al

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Here's hoping that 2012 brings health, prosperity, happiness, and above all FREEDOM to you ... and all of us. We ache for freedom to return.

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My prediction for 2012 is more people taking control of their lives and working on bringing about a voluntary society without looking to politicians for help. I see far less of the people looking to the problem for solutions. It’s going to be much

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Do you want to live in strong communities where your rights are respected, and people exercise responsibility for themselves and in their dealings with each other?

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Strike the Root/Paul Bonneau

There seems to be a lot of confusion on this point. Many people believe they are living in a state of liberty, while others don’t think so. How can you know for sure? I have devised a simple test that, I believe, can be used to determine when you hav

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These Pilgrims were mostly "Separatists," who had left Europe to seek a land of liberty, where men could be free to worship God according to the dictates of their own conscience--not according to the demands of a State church or an oppressive governm

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The Bastiat X Prize is open to writers anywhere in the world whose published articles eloquently and wittily explain, promote and defend the principles and institutions of the free society.

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youtube (h/t Lew Rockwell blog)

We explore Frederic Bastiat's concept of Legal Plunder. Is it ever OK for government to steal your stuff and give it to someone else? Or is government just a glorified organized crime syndicate ala Tony Soprano?

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youtube (h/t The Agitator)

The free market needs and deserves a moral defense. The Atlas Network's "Morality of Free Enterprise" initiative focuses attention on the moral component of freedom by showing that free enterprise both depends on and reinforces morality.

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