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www.thefreemanonline.org

People who oppose Soviet-style collective farms, government subsidies to agriculture, or public ownership of grocery stores because they want the provision of food to be a private matter in the marketplace are generally not dismissed as uncivilized o

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Liberty Cap Press

I wonder if anyone has noted before that the logo for the hacker group “Anonymous” greatly resembles the logo for the book series “People of Destiny” put out by Children’s Press in the 1950s. I noticed this when I used my copy of the volume on Sir Wi

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The next time someone tells you should "keep an open mind", politely tell them no thanks. The "open mind" argument is a fallacy that treats all ideas, values, behaviors, as worthy of consideration regardless if they are disconnected from reality.

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WrongDream.com

The always entertaining and usually controversial South Park is celebrating its 15th anniversary since its cable debut with the an exhibit at the Opera Gallery in New York City. The collection of South Park themed pieces spans multiple mediums rangin

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WrongDream.com

The tilt-shift photography effect can be simulated in Photoshop, by adjusting a photograph’s contrast, colour saturation and depth of focus. It works quite well with regular photographs

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Allan Greenblatt

"That's what a Guantanamo inmate looks like," yells Thomas Mario Costanzo to a woman passing by. Costanzo was there to protest the U.S. prison camp in Cuba. Standing a few feet from the impromptu memorial to the shooting victims, Costanzo pointed to

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Terrence Aym

While a number of high-tech firms in the UK and the United States—including the Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)—have been working feverishly on creating invisibility devices and have had some success, a real invisibility

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AP

A retired French electrician and his wife have come forward with 271 undocumented, never-before-seen works by Pablo Picasso estimated to be worth at least 60 million euros ($79.35 million), an administrator of the artist's estate said Monday. The

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Terrence Aym

When the sister and nephew of a deceased woman relative rummaged about the old lady's attic, they discovered an antique Chinese vase. Both remember seeing it when they were kids. The vase had been kept in the West London suburban house for years and

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Mega Machine

Created for the 2010 LA Design Challenge by the Honda Advanced Design Studio in Pasadena, CA, the Air concept is defined as “a vision of the future of lightweight and alternative fuel performance vehicles”.

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The U.K. Independent

The Central Intelligence Agency used American modern art - including the works of such artists as Jackson Pollock, Robert Motherwell, Willem de Kooning and Mark Rothko - as a weapon in the Cold War.

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AP

Nearly a dozen sculptures considered by the Nazis to be “degenerate” artwork and believed to have been lost or destroyed after World War II have been unearthed during construction near Berlin's city hall. he terra-cotta and bronze statues were found

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Liberty Cap Press/The Invisible Hand

Tracy Twyman interviews E. Morgan Kelley about some of the imagery from Greek and Roman mythology that was incorporated into the designs of vintage stock and bond certificates. They discuss how finance and industry are fundamentally connected with th

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