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Happy Birthday, Mr. Libertarian.
By: Barry Belmont

In 1926, somewhere in the Bronx, Murray Newton Rothbard was born today, March 2. His life’s work has made thousands and thousands of other people’s life work seem possible and important. His philosophy, economics, determination, and thought have profoundly influenced me as well as millions of other people (indeed the entirity of modern libertarianism!) In [...]

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Why I Am Thankful For Wasteful Government
By: Barry Belmont

Government, by its nature, must seek to expand itself. A government must give reasons for its existence, it must point to problems that it wishes to solve. In so far as many problems now facing us have their origins with government intervention, we can see truly that this is a wonderful time to live in.As [...]

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Georgia on my mind…but only because the State put it there…
By: Barry Belmont

Jack Handey in one of his more famous (and funny) bits of “Deep Thoughts” once said, “I can picture in my mind a world without war, a world without hate. And I can picture us attacking that world, because they’d never expect it.” Little did he know, but in his mind a new war will [...]

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