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Guest column: The five universal laws of human stupidity

The Five Universal Laws of Human Stupidity Note from TPOL: One of the strongest arguments against mandatory, coercive human government is the existence of stupid people. Especially since the synergy of stupidity is a factor of multiplication and not merely … Continue reading

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David Lipscomb on Government

Many libertarians think that all people who claim to be “Christians” or even religious in general reject the libertarian, or free-market anarchist, worldview. This quote from 1867 or 1868 is worth thinking about:

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People sometimes DO get it

A review of an article on God, the Founders, and Purpose of Human Government a/k/a Baker’s Dozen ™ Reasons Human Government is Ungodly By Nathan Barton [Be advised: this commentary may seem to be overly religious. No apologies offered, since … Continue reading

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Is there an acceptable size and role of government?

By Nathan Barton Several years ago, on a South Dakota forum, a self-described “liberal” posed the question, what should be the role and size of government? ¬†His perspective was intended to be¬†provocative, as the forum is mostly populated by a … Continue reading

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Webster and “just rulers” – Does Webster make sense?

By Nathan Barton Noah Webster, a genius in the early 19th Century, wrote much about government, politics, and society. He is best known for his dictionary, but his writings are extensive and thoughtful, and worth perusing nearly two centuries later. … Continue reading

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