Tag Archives: California

The evils of government registration

FEE (Foundation for Economic Education) recently published an article about an entrepreneur fighting back against a State Board of technical professions which has attempted to fine him $1000 and ordered him to cease and desist from making maps and plans … Continue reading

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Memes, games, and fraud in the 2022 political climate

While we here at TPOL are working on a reduced schedule (for The Price of Liberty) and even going for hours at a time without listening to news, we can’t help hearing some. Like the accusations being made against a … Continue reading

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A few thoughts about that “evil thing” called secession

Publisher’s Note: Today, 2 July 2022, is the 247th Anniversary of what we consider the correct Independence Day for the thirteen nations of British North America that became the first United States of America. It has long been a tradition … Continue reading

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Night of rage – Canadian-style?

After Friday’s proclamation by the Nazgul (Supreme Court)’s overturning of the Roe v. Wade decision after very nearly 50 years, all the pro-abortion activists again stated their intent to push for a “night of rage” and condemning the Nazgul, indeed … Continue reading

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Listening in fear

In yesterday’s commentary, we here at TPOL answered Claire Wolf’s question from years ago, IS IT TIME YET TO START SHOOTING THEM? OUR ANSWER IS YES. Clearly and only in self-defense (including defense of others as appropriate, it is time. … Continue reading

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California looks to increase rewards for those escaping from the State

It seems that every few days, we read another story from California. Stories about new regulatory requirements, new laws, new tyranny, new attacks on the family, business, and freedom. Every one of these makes it more beneficial to those who … Continue reading

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Suicide by government – state style

In California, I understand that a new constitutional amendment (expected to pass) is intended to double State tax revenue. According to National Review (hardly an enemy of big government), income taxes would increase for the highest bracket to a tax … Continue reading

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Ah, the “benefits” of government

Over the past several weeks I have accumulated a half-dozen news stories about how wonderful government is for those under its thumb. Or should I say “governments” and “their thumbs.” Over the next week or so, I want to look … Continue reading

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The “stupid war” on some drugs continues

Reason has a pointed headline about our wonderful friendly neighborhood People’s Socialist Democratic Woke “Republic” of California. (Ain’t a “republic,” folks. Seriously!) CalDrug’s illustrious defenders of public morals, pure bodies, and tax revenues have so far this year seized 1.2 … Continue reading

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The incredible ability of government to lose money

Ronald Reagan once said, “If it moves, tax it, if it keeps moving, regulate it, and if it stops moving, subsidize it!” I thought of that quote last week when I read that California is offering a cool $100 million to rescue its struggling legal marijuana industry, in … Continue reading

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