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TPOL: Not “non-partisan” but “anti-partisan”

Dave Gonigam, over at Lassaiz Faire/Agora, in a paid subscription e-publication, The 5-Minute Forecast, recently said it well. Their publications are NOT “non-partisan.” They are ANTI-partisan. The publishers and editors, mostly free-market anarchists and fairly savvy financial gurus, are against … Continue reading

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Not “non-partisan” but “anti-partisan”

Dave Gonigam, over at Lassaiz Faire/Agora, in a paid subscription e-publication, The 5-Minute Forecast, just said it well. Their publications are NOT “non-partisan.” They are ANTI-partisan. The publishers and editors, mostly free-market anarchists and fairly savvy financial gurus, are against … Continue reading

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How government enforces our “protections” (and why it is wrong)

By Nathan Barton In the last two commentaries, I discussed government and weeds. In those, I raised the question of how government enforces laws, even without having any legitimate authority to do so. Laws which are supposed to protect people … Continue reading

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Government as religion – clergy and laity

By Nathan Barton Recently, one of my sons and I were discussing the current situation  in the Imperial Capital, where the struggle between the Donald and the Democratic Party – and a number of others – in Congress is growing … Continue reading

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