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Guest column: Unimpeded mobility: right NOT privilege

Editor’s note: This commentary by Robert J Hansen was originally published at Newsbreak.com. as “Unimpeded Mobility: the right to drive, on 26 August 2021, and is published for purposes of commentary. Mr. Hansen is not affiliated with TPOL in any … Continue reading

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Political correctness or lust for power?

Libertarian Commentary #16-05D, 05 February 2016 By Nathan Barton Schools, that is “public schools,” or as Marshall Curtis called them, “government-run, tax-funded” (GRTF) schools (my take is often “government-ruined, theft-funded”) are more than just, in essence, penal institutions into which … Continue reading

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Energy Thoughts – Bureaucrats and Innovation

By Nathan Barton Government bureaucracies are “conservative” in the sense that they want nothing to change, except for a very limited number of things which give them more power and wealth.  We see this in particular in high-tech, such as … Continue reading

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