Category Archives: libertarian thought

Prad Pitt: Right, but for the wrong reasons

Actor Brad Pitt has thrown his weight behind a documentary that blasts the American War on Drugs. According to Reuters: (Reuters) – Brad Pitt has thrown his weight behind a documentary that blasts America’s 40-year war on drugs as a … Continue reading

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Again: The limits of verbal thinking

I just read a very good article about the pros and cons of legal prostitution. It is written from a libertarian point of view and pertains to other issues as well. I strongly recommend it, even if just to exercise … Continue reading

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30 days in jail for collecting rain water in Oregon

An Oregon man has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for collecting rain water, and snow run-off, on his own property. CNS news reports that… A rural Oregon man was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail and over … Continue reading

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Should sex-offenders be allowed to use Facebook?

There has been some controversy regarding the use of social networks by sex-offenders. If I had to venture a guess as to what percentage of Americans would instinctively, and emphatically, answer “no” to this questions, I’d say it would hover … Continue reading

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The Bill of Whites

The Federal government has been whittling away at our constitutional rights for decades now. Some might say it has been doing so for centuries. Our struggle for liberty has seen ups and downs, to be sure. In some ways, Americans … Continue reading

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How the definition of the word "nation" has been switched

I recently bought a copy of “History of the World War” by Francis March and Richard Beamish (published 1919). It’s interesting to read history from the point of view of contemporaries, before enough time had elapsed to sort things out … Continue reading

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Digging myself deeper

I knew the responses to my previous post would provide fodder for further thoughts.  And though not all thoughts are worthy of expressing, there is one underlying idea that should be pointed out here. Many of us, in the world … Continue reading

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A dispassionate look at necrophilia

Under the innocent-looking heading “Sunday wrap-up”, countenance wrote: Aw, hell no.  What next?  Are they going to say that dead people won’t be allowed to vote? How many unsuspecting people innocently clicked on that link?  I clicked on it and … Continue reading

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A libertarian defense for the War on Some Drugs

I’m about to do something I loath.  I find it very distasteful to cite the Oregonian without attacking it.  But one can find valuable things even in puddles of bile and vomitus.  From the article: Horrific murder no surprise in … Continue reading

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Even a broken clock is right twice a day

Human stupidity brought a positive turn of events to my attention.  The government of Ireland is now allowing homeowners to protect themselves with lethal force.  In the past, the law required them to retreat in the face of an intruder.  … Continue reading

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