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A protester at the Chicago Tea Party on February 27 references Ayn Rand

Battling Obama by ‘Going Galt’

Conservatives Look to ‘Atlas Shrugged’ for Answers to Keynesian Policies Re-Post – Original by  David Weigel 3/6/09 1:15 PM The Washington Independent Do you ever wonder,” wrote Dr. Helen Smith, “after dealing with all that is going on with the economy and the upcoming election, if it’s getting to be time to ‘go John Galt?’” […]

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Liberty and Freedom

Liberty and Freedom

by Sandra Ami It is found that when man fights for his freedom, man then begins to accumulate laws to take it away from himself. When the People of this once free country contend for their Liberty and Freedom, they seldom get anything for their victory, but new Masters or what can also be called […]

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Self Ownership and The Second Amendment

Self Ownership and The Second Amendment

by Andy Daken In 1776, Americans colonists took up arms against tyranny and became American citizens. Two hundred and thirty years later, that option is no longer available. The Second Amendment which states that the right of people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed is under fire on a daily basis. President […]

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