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Mission to Complete Free Elibrary

On January 1st, 2012, I committed to completing the Mises Institute’s free Epub library: Books are rated from 0-5 stars. Books Remaining: 0 Books on list but unavailable for download: 6 Against the State- Lew Rockwell (190 pages) Commie Cowboys- Ryan McMaken () Haiku Economist: 101 Poems, Economic principles economically expressed- Jim Cox () […]

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Anarchy Is Peace

The Real Truth about Molyneux’s Alleged Truth of the Israeli-Arab/Muslim Conflict

The views and opinions in this article written by Chris LeRoux do not represent the views and opinions of other people that write on Molyneux’s video is a very superficial, one-sided, flat-out erroneous portrayal of the history and situation. First, there is nothing statist about a group of people wanting to live in a […]

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The Trouble in Libya

Not too long ago in Libya the country was in major turmoil (more than usual I mean). There was a massive stand against the dictator Gadhafi . A quick recap – we put him there. Anyway, the public turned against him and things eventually got violent. On the request of the UN, the POTUS decided […]

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The Law – by Frederic Bastiat

Frédéric Bastiat The Law The Foundation for Economic Education, Inc. Irvington-on-Hudson, New York 10533 The Translation This translation of The Law was done by Dean Russell of The Foundation staff. His objective was an accurate rendering of Mr. Bastiat’s words and ideas into twentieth century, idiomatic English. A nineteenth century translation of The Law, made […]

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Thoughts about 9/11

Like most people I vividly remember September 11, 2001.  I was in my car, making another long and boring commute, half listening to the radio when I heard about the jetliner crashing into the World Trade Center (WTC).  By the time I got into the office the other plane had struck the other tower and […]

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