Thursday, November 30, 2006

DiLorenzo shows us how wealthy DC functionaries become at our expense.

There are more than 55,000 homes in the D.C. area that are worth more than $1 million, including Republican Party honcho Senator Bill Frist’s $20 million mansion

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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Freedom From Thought: How high school history taught me to be a libertarian

For me, it is a class that has demonstrated a truth that I now know all too well – the government is relentless in its self-gratifying publicity campaign, and will stop at nothing to promote itself, often at the expense of the truth. Its textbooks read as hagiographies, substituting thoughtful analysis for blind reverence. I'm not buying it

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A Century of War: The 20th was the bloodiest in history

The most accurate description of the 20th century is "The War and Welfare Century." It was the bloodiest in all history. More than 170 million people were killed by governments with ten million being killed in World War I and fifty million killed in WW II. Regarding fifty million killed in WW II, it is significant that nearly 70 % were innocent

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The Very Stones Will Cry Out!

All churches accept the Commandment Thou Shalt Not Kill, not to mention Thou Shalt Not Steal. And how about Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness? Yet one organization does these things routinely, on a large scale, and quite openly. That organization, of course, is government, and churches seem to turn a blind eye.

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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Should Christians Support Slavery?

Of all people, Christians should vehemently oppose serving what has historically been the enemy of real Christianity.

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Friday, November 24, 2006

A Car Trip to Auburn

There is enough political incorrectness in the following ideas to make Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh look like a gay couple at a California Democratic Party rally.

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How To Help Low-Wage Workers

A minimum wage law does not force an employer to hire or retain a worker at the minimum wage. In responding to a rate increase, the employer is perfectly free to fire any worker paid less than the new minimum wage and is certainly free to abstain from hiring new workers at the new minimum wage.

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