What is a license? According to the Oxford dictionary a license is: a permit from an authority to own or use something, do a particular thing , or carry on a trade (especially in alcoholic beverages):a gun license[as modifier]:vehicle license fees formal or official permission to do something:logging is permitted under license from the Forest […]
The story about a man and his property.
By David P Shirk In the mid 1700’s, there lay on a new continent clusters of colonies from many countries populated by many different people. Some were there as outcasts from their parent nation, and some to escape tyranny or oppression. Some came seeking to make a new life, and some in service of another. […]
When a government chooses to separate itself from its people, the people retaliate by delivering an ultimatum for it to shape up or be renounced. If the ultimatum is unheeded, and government signs the divorce papers, it is then made clear that the people will either fall in line or be penalized. At this point […]
by James Cox In this engaging 1959 interview, her first on television, Ayn Rand capsulizes her philosophy for CBS’s Mike Wallace. The discussion ranges from the nature of morality to the economic and historical distortions disseminated about the “robber barons.” She also comments on her relationship with Frank O’Connor, provides some autobiographical information and gives […]
by Logan Warren What is the Real ID act, and how and why did it come about? The Real ID act (H.R. 418) was introduced on January 26th, 2005. It was soon added as a silent adjunction to a must-pass military spending bill. With no debate, it was signed into law on May 11th. Its […]
by K Stafford People of Lakota Launch Private Bank for Only Silver and Gold Currencies Hill City, Lakota – November 24, 2008 – Announced today by the people of Lakota, the world’s first non-reserve, non-fractional bank accepting only gold and silver currencies for deposit. The 2500 member warrior society has contracted to provide private security […]
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 […]