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28 January 2015
   My disquiet at obligation to others without liberty
   Neil Lock

Though Iíve found a lot to disagree with in Davidís essay, I do recognize that libertarians and conservatives, radicals and traditionalists, are ultimately all in the same boat. Along, if Iím not hugely mistaken, with all other well meaning, honest and naturally productive people.

We all suffer the predations of a common enemy; the violent, dishonest, immoral, lying, thieving, meddling, out of date political state. And I think that to find and to know the areas in which we can agree, and to illuminate and make clear the areas where we disagree and the reasons why, are good things to be doing in the current phase of the struggle for human liberty.

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27 January 2015
   The Troops Are Destroying Our Country
   Jacob G. Hornberger

The troops have convinced themselves that theyíre over there killing the people who would otherwise be coming over here to kill us. Thatís ridiculous. If people wanted to come over here to kill us, they could easily circumvent the troops and come over here and kill us. The fact is that ever since 9/11 and even before, the troops, through their killing, torturing, maiming, and destroying, have been creating the very danger that U.S. officials have been using to destroy our freedom and well-being here at home.
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26 January 2015
   What is a terrorist?
   The Darn-Poor Rhymer

What is a terrorist? One that is willing
To murder the innocent and celebrate killing.
What is a government? A gang that is willing
To murder the innocent and steal our last shilling.
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25 January 2015
   How to destroy crony capitalism
   Richard Wellings

Tackling the cronies will not be easy, but identifying some of the most egregious special interests provides a useful starting point. A combination of honest, free-market money and deregulation would destroy the privileges of the financial sector. Dramatically shrinking public spending would undermine the government contractors. Scrapping patents would subvert that insidious form of protectionism. Planning liberalisation would reduce the advantages of crony-capitalist property developers. And land restitution (which raises many difficult issues) might start to address the widespread government-corporate theft of individual and communal property. Finally, abolishing occupational licensing would bring much-needed competition to state-protected professions.
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24 January 2015
   My disquiet at liberty without obligation to others
   D.J.Webb

It is becoming clearer to me by the day that a society with no cultural bonds and no anthropological expectations or social obligations placed on its members cannot be a free society. Sure, people do do what they want. But the expectation of rights without duties prevents people from leading good lives. We all want our own rights, and reject the burden of obligations towards others, who, in turn, reject a sense of duty towards us as conflicting with the rights they are asserting for themselves.
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