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This is John Galt Speaking

This is John Galt Speaking

Where is the man that Rand talked about? Does he, will he, ever exist?  Ayn Rand predicted today’s political and economical crisis correctly. She knew that this was going to happen if we continued down the path of socialism she saw the country heading down. It was already evident to her at the time of […]

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Don't Forget To Blame Yourself!

Don’t Forget To Blame Yourself!

by Andrew Jeffreys When I decided to do some research into the definition of responsibility I ran across Wikipedia and found this line.  “”Responsibility Assumption” a doctrine in the personal growth field holding that each individual has substantial or total responsibility for the events and circumstances that befall them in their life.””  It then dawned […]

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No, You Cannot Join My Club!

No, You Cannot Join My Club!

by Mike Poast  “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” -1ST Amendment to the U.S. Constitution The […]

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Why Nobody Wants to Bail Out Automakers, Except Bureaucrats

Why Nobody Wants to Bail Out Automakers, Except Bureaucrats

by Kaz Vorpal One thing you’ll notice about the debate over bailing out the automakers is that, even more than in general, everyone’s against it except corrupt politicians, panhandling automakers, and monopolistic union officials. That’s because it’s a lose/lose situation if we do, but things might actually get better if we don’t. First, let’s consider […]

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Property Rights, Sovereignty, and Individualism:

Property Rights, Sovereignty, and Individualism:

Libertarian Solutions to the Injustices of International Environmental Law by Ross L. Phar All too often in modern times, when the so-called “world community” is faced with a dilemma, politicians around the globe jump to the historically ill-founded conclusion that government intervention is the solution to their collective woes. Quite often, however, the source of their […]

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Red or Blue?

Red or Blue?

Blue Red by Jessica Pacholski Thank whatever gods there may be that the election is over. The talk of red state/ blue state and the duopoly polemics makes my head ache. I don’t think of myself as red or blue, if anything I’m purple! Pro choice in everything and anti state in general. Although I’m […]

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