News and Commentary

Ron Paul and Daniel McAdams: Vietnam Anyone? U.S. Lawmakers Call For Military Advisors To Ukraine! (video)

Joseph Mercola: The CDC Is Sacrificing Kids for Big Pharma

Jordan Schachtel: A ‘Highly Effective’ Hoodwink: 3 Years Later, There Remains No Functional Cure for a Coronavirus

Alliance for Human Research Protection: Israel Was Caught Concealing Children’s Vaccine Injuries

John Kiriakou: CIA Vault 7 Leaker Found Guilty. What Did He Actually Reveal?

ACLU: Police Are Using Newborn Genetic Screening to Search for Suspects, Threatening Privacy and Public Health

Joshua Cho: Calling Putin ‘Hitler’ to Smear Diplomacy as ‘Appeasement’

Gateway Pundit: Psychopath Tony Fauci — The Father of Lockdowns — Now Claims “I Didn’t Recommend Locking Anything Down”

Reason: Most Americans Think Government Is Corrupt, a Third Say Armed Revolution ‘May Be Necessary’ Soon

Laurence Vance: Libertarian Litmus Tests

J.D. Tuccille: One Civilian With a Gun at an Indiana Mall Offered Better Protection Than 376 Cops in Uvalde

Sheldon Richman: Complete Liberalism

And Patrick Macfarlane: Taiwan and Our ‘Feigned Ambiguity’

Some Additional Thoughts on the Overturning of Roe v. Wade

Here are some further points I wanted to make on the overturning of Roe v. Wade that I didn’t get in my earlier post.

In the overturning of Roe v. Wade by 6 to 3, the majority opinion was written by Justice (sic) Samuel Alito, who clearly stated that this decision was only to do with abortion and the main point being to protect the life of the unborn baby. Alito noted that the decision was not meant to affect other High Court decisions such as regarding gay marriage or contraception.

But in a separately written concurring opinion Justice (sic) Clarence Thomas wrote that this overturning Roe v. Wade decision should be used to reconsider past rulings favoring contraception and gay marriage.

I don’t know what it is with these fascists on the “Supreme” Court such as Thomas who do not believe in individual liberty and self-ownership and private property rights. Of course private people have the right to use contraception to prevent a pregnancy if they want to. The individual owns one’s own body. If the community in which one lives wants to impose a rule of no contraception, they could do so in a condition in which the community owns the life of that individual. But that is not what we have in a free society.

And individuals have a right to freedom of contract, in their personal lives as well as their economic lives. So that would include marital contracts. If a community or one’s neighbors don’t like private individuals’ contracts and associations, they would legislate against certain kinds of contracts such as gay marriage, that is, if the community or neighborhood owned the lives of said individuals.

But in a free society one’s community does not own one’s life or body. Right? In a free society recognizing self-ownership, private property rights and contract rights, when others in the community who don’t agree with the private people’s private contracts and relationships, those others may not interfere or intrude. “MYOB,” we used to say. I have addressed the “right to marry” in this earlier article.

Regarding the exceptions to anti-abortion laws, such as when the pregnancy threatens the life of the mother, or cases of rape or incest: I am mostly in agreement with the exception of when the mother’s life is in danger. However, the point is to protect the unborn baby from being killed — how does that change just because of the circumstances of the conception, such as a rape or incest? The unborn baby is not responsible for the violent actions of the father.

Incidentally, we would have far fewer rapes or attempted rapes if more women would arm themselves. That is another reason to preserve everybody’s right to keep and bear arms. You would think the feminists would advocate for the repeal of gun control laws that infringe upon the right of women to defend themselves against attempted rapists.

And on this overturning of Roe v. Wade, why so much hysteria? At many of those pro-abortion rallies we are hearing screaming activists behaving like abortion is now totally illegal. All the decision does is send the issue back to the states, and each state will decide what to do. I’ve never seen so much hysteria and irrationality. And the old biddies of “The View” have suggested going on a “sex strike.” (Like that’s a bad thing?)

What to Read on Libertarianism

Voluntary Decentralization Necessary to Restore Freedom

Here is a Libertarian Party tweet, a great thread here. There are some naysayers, but they probably like the idea of dependence on corrupt thugs to rule over them. Some say such decentralization and a free society is impossible, but it would require an adherence to property rights and respect for the self-ownership rights of the people, and the right to self-defense of the people, which includes the right to keep and bear arms. Click on the date within the tweet to view the whole thread.

Libertarianism Is the Best Alternative to the Democrats and Republicans

Laurence Vance at the Future of Freedom Foundation presents the “Libertarian Brand,” clarifying some confusion about libertarianism that many people unfortunately have. Not necessarily the Libertarian Party but libertarianism in general. This terrific article also includes summaries of the Democrat and Republican parties and their brands, and why libertarianism is the way to have a free society.

Secession, Withdrawing Consent, Restoring Freedom

Southern Catholic Mom has this article urging people to uncleave. That is, to uncleave from:

those who worship the Covid religion, the “mandate” religions, the face masking and face covering religions, the jab-or-job religions. the BLM religion, the blood-libel-against-White-people religions, the snuffing in assisted living and hospitals religions, the kinky and degenerate religions (LGBTQ?, drag-queen story hour librarians, child-sex propagandists everywhere),  the gardening and self-sufficient hating religions, the government schools loving religions, the war-loving religions, the cop and soldier worshipping religions, the government and government employees worshipping religions, and all other human-hating religions

And she goes on about the government schools, although private schools as well. And other aspects of how our society has been corrupted by government and the collectivist mindset. “Let us begin our secession, withdraw our consent…” Yep.

And for several years there has been this movement to get liberty lovers to move to New Hampshire. Although sadly there have been “liberal” refugees from Massachusetts and other blue states who have moved to NH and bringing with them the same policies from which they have been fleeing in their blue states. The current U.S. senators from NH, for instance, are the awful Maggie Hassan and Jeanne Shaheen, both Democrats. Who would vote for them?

But there is hope for New Hampshire. The twitter user “Move to NH,” @NHpilled, has this thread on some of the pro-freedom bills that have been passed in the NH House and headed on to the Senate. If passed in the upper chamber, let’s hope that Gov. Chris Sununu signs them all into law.

I’ll post the initial tweet and if you want to look at all the subsequent tweets which list all the accomplishments you can click on the tweet and do that. But I will quote some of them here.

If the tweet doesn’t show up here, this is the link to it.

Here are just some of @NHpilled’s examples of House-passed pro-freedom bills:

“HB1178 prohibits state and local law enforcement from enforcing certain federal firearms laws.”

“HB1636 extends constitutional carry to OHRVs, the main area that was overlooked in the historic CC bill passed in 2017!”

“HB1668 was defeated which would have required background checks for all gun sales including private sales between individuals and noncommercial sales (i.e. gifts). Background checks continue to be optional in the Live Free or Die state!”

“HB1431 creates a “Parental bill of rights” which allows parents to opt out of sexual and gender curriculum in schools, direct the moral and religious upbringing of their children, the right to access and review all school records of their child, and much more!” (I’ll bet that Southern Catholic Mom would especially like this one!)

“HB1280 bans a parent’s refusal to vaccinate a child as a reason to terminate parental rights.”

“HB1131 Prohibits mask mandates in government (public) schools.”

“HB1455- state nullification of federal vaccine mandates. In other words, the state will not assist or collaborate with the federal government to enforce federal vaccine mandates.”

“HB1022 legalizes the sale of Ivermectin by pharmacies.”

“HB1330 eliminates licensing requirements for medical technicians.”

“HB 1495-explicitly prohibits the state from requiring businesses to require vaccine documentation or documentation related to vaccination or immunity status.”

“HB 1606 making the state vaccine registry an opt-in program.” (Why does a “state vaccine registry” even exist?)

“HB1097 provides that all income received by NH residents physically performed in NH shall not be subject to taxation as earned income in any other state. Making this a tax sanctuary state for those that work virtually.”

“HB 1425 expands the protections for the taking of real property by eminent domain.”

“HB1221 reduces the Business Profits Tax rate, effectively reducing taxes by $8 million annually.”

“HB 1171 exempts niche beauty services (such as hair braiding) from occupational and shop license requirements.”

And “HB1282 requires law enforcement to obtain a warrant before receiving customer information from common carriers.”

Wow!

Collectivism, Nationalism and Centralization Are Not Compatible with a Free Society

Rethuglican Sen. Willard Romney, the lone Rethug who voted to keep masking and stifling little kids as young as 2 and for no good reason, has decided to call former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard a “treasonous liar” in her discussions of U.S. funded bio labs in Ukraine. Frankly I think Romney is treasonous in his vote for government-imposed child abuse of little kids. Pierre Delecto is scum.

And why is it that so many of today’s “liberals,” really not liberal but just leftists, are the warmongers of today? They want the U.S. government and military to get involved in the Russia-Ukraine war. I think one reason for such idiocy is the long-lasting Trump Derangement Syndrome they suffer, because many of them are brainwashed to believe that Trump colluded with Russia and Putin to steal the 2016 election, regardless of how debunked all those claims have been.

But many “conservatives” are just as bad in the warmongering. Like the leftists, the “conservatives” or neocons or “hawks” don’t mind the thought of having World War III and nuclear war.

I think that much of the responsibility in the irrationality of today belongs to the government schools. Education shouldn’t be run or controlled by the government. We are suffering from the disaster of government schools, euphemistically known as “public schools.” See Murray Rothbard on the education issue. We need to de-monopolize education away from government control, as well as de-monopolize everything else.

The society is collapsing before our very eyes because the majority of the population have been indoctrinated to believe whatever the government tells them, hook, line and sinker. Generations of people are indoctrinated to be non-independent thinking robots, obedient slaves of centralized regimes, federal, state and local.

Besides the Russia-Ukraine issue, another example that I have seen recently of how people don’t think or pay attention and just react emotionally to situations is in New Hampshire. A bill to put a question on the ballot for NH to secede from the “union” sunk like a rock.

This post shows tweets by some of the NH state representatives who clearly believed the bill was a vote to secede from the “union,” when it was a bill to just put the question on the ballot. Now, some of the representatives understood what the bill was, but they really believed that it was dangerous to let the commoners, or the riffraff as some of them see us, have a say as to whether or not become independent.

Why, how dare we. Even though the American Revolutionaries became independent from the British regime. They seceded.

Democrat state senators Lou D’Allesandro and Cindy Rosenwald tweeted that the House just voted to “secede from the United States.” No, you couple of morons, they voted whether or not to put the question on the ballot to let the citizens vote on the question!

Rep. David Meuse tweeted, “When they’re not attacking public health, teachers, local control, union members, voting rights and working people—some NH Republicans think it’s a good idea to attack America instead.”

“Attack America”? Look who’s attacking America, the one who opposes letting the people vote on an issue! And Rep. Manny Espitia tweeted, “These 13 Representatives should be ashamed of themselves. Their vote to secede from the United States of America is disgraceful.”

So, Manny not only shows his ignorance of what a bill actually proposes, he calls people who believe in independence “disgraceful.”

And this is New Hampshire, everybody. The “Live Free Or Die” state.

Several others quoted in that Free State blog use words like, “traitors,” “Batsh*t insane GOPers,” “right wing crazy group,” and so on.

So this is a result of our government-run and government-monopolized education system. No wonder more informed and rational people want to secede!

These people really need to read the Declaration of Independence, which reads in part, “But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security. — Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government.”

And the Declaration goes on to list the abuses of the King. In today’s context, it can refer to the abuses of the U.S. regime in Washington. The IRS goes after conservatives and Tea Partiers, the IRS and Congress steal from the workers yet bureaucrats live high off the hog on the stolen workers’ earnings, the CIA provokes foreigners to make Americans less safe, the NSA spies on Americans without suspicion and due process, the FBI concocts “terrorist plots” so the FBI can thwart their own plots that they concoct, the FBI makes up conspiracies to kidnap governors to frame or entrap people, the FBI instigates Capitol riots and “insurrections” and then persecute those who attended a rally and puts innocent people in solitary confinement without charges, etc., etc., etc. What’s not to like about these people?

Speaking of the FBI instigating Capitol riots, I’m sure the people opposing letting citizens vote on secession and/or opposing secession itself would approve of FBI going after people who attended a Trump rally and having the rally attendees’ own teenage kids spy on them on behalf of the FBI.

As far as “treasonous” “traitors,” Romney should talk, given he imposed his RomneyCare on the people of Massachusetts just so he could use it as an “accomplishment” in his failed run for President.

And there are people who are brainwashed and believe that Americans must be loyal to the regime in Washington, like we have some sort of obligation as citizens. So if we criticize gubmint policies we are “traitors,” as we’re hearing from people who oppose Biden’s warmongering.

Sorry, fascists. It’s the government and its bureaucrats and senators who are obligated to be loyal to the people! The bureaucrats are the ones who swear an oath to support and defend the Constitution, which includes the Bill of Rights. It is the employees of government who are obligated to be loyal to the people, not the other way around!

Unfortunately, the trend now is toward an authoritarian reversal of the Constitutional definition of treason, to now refer to when citizens show disloyalty to the government or to its bureaucrats. If you criticize the regime you are a traitor, according to the new authoritarians.

And as far as secession and decentralization, ALL the states should secede and become separate independent “nation-states,” and that is the only way to preserve and protect the society as a free society. And then, of course, each state can further decentralize, all the cities and towns and so on. And most of the functions of society that are currently seized and usurped by government fascists can be handled locally, privately and voluntarily. No stealing, no compulsion or coercion by a monopolist fascist.

So, why exactly doesn’t our current collectivist centralization of power and dependence on Washington work if we want this to be a free society?

Because first of all the territory is just too big. Hundreds of thousands of square miles. And also too many people. The population of 330,000,000 is just too big to all be one single country or one single political unit. It’s like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole.

Anyway, if you haven’t already learned the hard way by now, government is crap. It just is. And bureaucrats are scum. That’s just the way they are.

So to conclude, the nationalism and collectivism that has been going on mainly by the millions of obedient products of government schools, and the way the society is structured and centralized with government-monopolized functions, are not compatible with a free society.

Invasion of Ukraine, NATO, and the Dangers of Centralization

Is all that stuff about Russia invading Ukraine still going on? I think the dementia sufferer in the White House may have mentioned it in his speech a few nights ago. By the way, Biden didn’t say “Iranians” when he meant to say “Ukrainians.” He said, “Uranians.” He’s very concerned about the inhabitants of Uranus. (And Neptune as well.)

But seriously, there really is a very good solution to these world conflicts, especially the one in Russia-Ukraine that the U.S. government and its neocon interventionists have provoked.

Ron Paul writes that NATO itself is a main contributor to the conflicts going on overseas right now with Russia and Ukraine. He says “NATO should be disbanded, not expanded.”

And Paul provides some good quotes form Sen. Robert Taft from the very early days when government collectivists were unnecessarily building and empowering NATO. Taft said that the new NATO alliance would be a military alliance against Russia, and that “such an alliance is more likely to produce war than peace.” Taft preferred peace, as do I.

See Daniel McAdams on the Ukraine propaganda wars. And Edward Curtin thinks that the globalist elites are itching to have a global war that would involve nuclear weapons. The globalists seem to love death and destruction.

So NATO and large centralized governments are the love of collectivists who have delusions of grandiosity, in my view. And I think the way to resolve many conflicts is to decentralize society.

U.S. gubmint and Russian bureaucrats, that is, the ruling political class, love centralization and expansion of their power. They don’t want a free society based on individualism and private property and free markets. They love control.

As Hans-Hermann Hoppe has stated, such as in this speech and this interview, “In general, the smaller a country and its internal markets the more likely it is that it will opt for free trade. I think that a world consisting of tens of thousands of distinct countries, regions and cantons, and hundreds of thousands of independent free cities…would be a world of unprecedented prosperity, economic growth, and cultural advancement…Switzerland and Albania are both small countries, while the U.S. and the former Soviet Union are large. However, there is a highly important indirect relationship. Smallness contributes to moderation. In principle, all governments are counterproductive in taxing and regulating private property owners and market income earners. A small government, however, has many close neighbours. If it taxes and regulates its own subjects visibly more than its neighbours it is bound to suffer because people will “vote with their feet”: they will leave to live and work elsewhere. And they need not go far to do so.”

And in addition to “taxing and regulating,” we can add violating the people’s civil liberties and property with thousands of bureaucratic laws, prohibitions and mandates that characterize oppressive police-state governments.

You might be interested in reading Hoppe’s great book, Democracy, the God That Failed. it’s very informative.

More News and Commentary

Jon Rappoport: The Test for Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum

Laurence Vance: Ron Paul Was Right about Ukraine

David Stockman: George Kennan Warned NATO Expansion Would Lead to This

Scott McPherson: The Militia Is More Important Than Ever

Joseph Mercola: How to End Vaccine Mandates — a History Lesson

Hans-Hermann Hoppe: The Ethics and Economics of Private Property

Glenn Greenwald: War Propaganda about Ukraine Becoming More Militaristic, Authoritarian, and Reckless

Andrew Napolitano: Military Torturers at Guantanamo Bay

Jacob Sullum: Grabbing Guns Won’t Reduce Urban Violence

Free Keene: NHExit.com Statement on Kremlin Invasion of Ukraine

Lew Rockwell: Keep U.S. Out of War

Kerry McDonald: Gender Inequality Isn’t the Problem with the Military Draft

Daniel McAdams: Washington’s Crocodile Tears over Ukraine’s Destruction

And Thomas DiLorenzo: Conclusive and Undeniable: Lincoln Owned and Sold Slaves

Interview of Libertarian Party Mises Caucus Founder

Ernest Hancock of Freedom’s Phoenix interviews Michael Heise of the Libertarian Party Mises Caucus, on libertarian issues and campaigns, and the Libertarian Party Mises Caucus. Both video and audio links on that page.

Also on that page is the LP Mises Caucus Platform:

Statement of Purpose: Our purpose is to promote economic literacy within the Libertarian Party as taught by the Austrian school of economics, to stress the importance of sound economics as critical to the Libertarian Party message, and to advocate applying the science of human action—praxeology—in Libertarian Party efforts to counter the statism of both Democrats and Republicans. We promote opposition to war, advocacy of decentralization, and privatization both politically and monetarily as the highest priority issues for all libertarians. As a community and work culture, our emphasis is on coalition building- working together on things which we agree, in order to achieve political objectives in the real world and expose non-libertarians to the superiority of governance by the market instead of the State.

Plank 1 – Property Rights: We recognize the right to property as natural and self-evident, and advocate private property rights from both an ontological and utilitarian perspective. We affirm that private property rights extend from self-ownership and the scarcity inherent to our material existence. We condemn all fraud and initiatory violence towards a person’s life, liberty, and property. We contend that private property is the best way to reduce and reconcile conflict between individuals. We advocate non-corporatist privatization wherever possible. We categorically reject socialism, defined as the non-private collective ownership of resources.

Plank 2 – Economics: Economics is the study of human action in the context of scarcity. We recognize the Austrian School of Economics as the preeminent body of economic science, whose analysis acts as a polestar, informing and under-girding libertarian political prescriptions.

Plank 3 – Money: We reject all forms of State intervention into monies and currencies, with the understanding that competing monies are the cornerstone of a functional economy. We define State intervention to include, but not be limited to, private or public central banking, State issue of currency, banking regulations, the State making purchases of monies, currencies, stocks, bonds, treasuries, or specie, and legal tender laws. We support the aggression-free competition and proliferation of free market monies and currencies in all their forms.

Plank 4 – Decentralization: We recognize that freedom of association manifests itself politically in the form of absolute right of self-determination. We support decentralization – subsidiarity, secession, nullification, and localism – of political units all the way down to the individual as a means of expanding choice and competition in governance for all individuals. We recognize and affirm that the State is not the same thing as governance.

Plank 5 – War: We advocate the abolition of empire including ending the terror war, bringing all the troops home, and closing at least all foreign bases. We advocate a policy of armed neutrality in all conflicts where we are not directly attacked, and the transition of defense and security services from the State to the free market whenever and however feasible, including the abolition of gun control laws. We advocate peace and trade with all, alliances with none. We support the precipitous reduction of nuclear arms. We reject non-defensive war against state actors, and reject war as a means of pursuing justice against non-state aggressors. We reject first-use of sanctions, being a form of siege and therefore an act of war. We reject the subsidy of business through taxpayer funded security and intelligence services. We reject the State’s use of proxy entities to perform any of these activities.

Plank 6 – Lifestyle Choices: We take no stance on the personal, cultural, or social preferences of individuals or groups. One’s lifestyle is merely an extension of their property rights. Thus, no individual or group can rightfully claim jurisdiction over the lifestyle of another. We assert only that any and all lifestyle choices must not violate the property rights of others.

Plank 7 – Identity Politics: We categorically reject all forms of identity politics as nothing more than weaponized tribal collectivism that is antithetical to individualism.

Plank 8 – Omissions: Our silence about any other particular government law, regulation, ordinance, directive, edict, control, regulatory agency, activity, or machination should not be construed to imply approval. We seek to enunciate our top priorities, not the entirety of our positions.

News and Commentary

Jonathan Turley: “A Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy or Perhaps Both”: ACLU Opposes Transparency Law on Educational Materials

Jacob Hornberger: Neil Young and Joni Mitchell Are Not Censoring Joe Rogan

John Whitehead and Nisha Whitehead: The Government’s Kill Switch for Your Car, Your Freedoms and Your Life

Anton Balint: How the Left Defends Communist Totalitarianism

Politico: Capitol Police Examines Backgrounds, Social Media Feeds of Some Who Meet with Lawmakers

Bipartisan Congressional War Drums Are Beating Again

Leonel Regalado: How Regulations Are Like Taxes

Brian Shilhavy: Military Medical Whistleblowers Reveal Miscarriages, Birth Defects, and Infertility Rates Exploded in 2021 Following Covid Vaccines

Infowars: YouTube Censors Livestreams Of Canadian Trucker Protests For Being Too Popular

Matteo Salonia: Italy’s Covid Despotism Just Got Worse

Laurence Vance: Is Elon Musk Paying His Fair Share?

el gato malo: those who cannot convince, censor

Peter Suderman: ‘Public Health’ Has Become a Catchall Excuse for Bad Ideas

The Last Refuge: 2,000 Mules, The Background of the 2020 Election Fraud

And Gateway Pundit: Court Ruling in Pennsylvania Means 40% of 2020 Ballots Unconstitutional

NH Free State Activist Carla Gericke Testifies on Behalf of Secession

Carla Gericke is a libertarian activist and New Hampshire Free Stater who gives testimony here in favor of putting a question on the ballot for New Hampshire voters to decide whether to secede and become an independent nation, just as the colonies seceded from the British.

Like the colonists’ oppressors King George and all his minions, our oppressors are slithering in the DC Swamp.

I wrote about Carla’s 2016 run for the state senate. In her 2020 run she was the Republican candidate and received 45% of the vote.

As I have said many times, this U.S. territory is just too big to be all one single political unit or country, at 3.8 million square miles and a population of 330,000,000 people.

It is time for a peaceful, voluntary decentralization and completely dismantle the totalitarian central planning Leviathan apparatus in Washington that has already destroyed, impoverished and murdered many, many lives.

Here is a video thread of Carla Gericke speaking on behalf of New Hampshire secession. (It might take a little time for each video to load. There should be a total of 4 videos.)

Do We Need the Supreme Swamp to Decide Whether Gov May Forcibly Inject Us with Drugs?

I’m trying to write something about Amerika’s growing authoritarianism and fascism with the Covid psy-op and the Soviet January 6th psy-op, but I’m doing everything I can to avoid writing about that stuff right now. So here are some good tweets I’ve seen on the Supreme Bureaucrats.

Here is Reason on Sonia’s idiocy.

And also, this morning I heard Glenn Beck make a good point: not just “vaccines” (the Pfizer/Moderna mRNA which isn’t a vaccine but just another pharma drug), but ANY drugs including psychiatric drugs, the gubmint will want the power to forcibly shove down our throats. Over my dead body, de Blasio, Adams, Wu, Newsom, et al. fascist scum.

It doesn’t matter how the Supremes rule on the vaccine mandate cases, because we already know what morons and statists the 9 lettered and robed imbeciles are from their past statements and decisions. The Supreme Court needs to be ended and thrown into the dustbin of history along with the entire useless U.S. government.

We will be better off with a decentralized society after we’ve seen all the evidence against central planning we need to see. See a recent article on all that by Karen Kwiatkowski. And by the way, a bill to put state independence i.e. divorce DC on the ballot in New Hampshire is moving through the state legislature as we speak.

Some Good Tweets

I don’t have a twitter myself, but occasionally I see some good tweets from others. Here are some recent ones:

And,

Ron Paul: Property Ownership, the Ultimate Civil Liberty

The Future of Freedom Foundation had a civil liberties webinar recently. Ron Paul spoke about Property Ownership: The Ultimate Civil Liberty. From that page:

Dr. Paul explains how without property rights, all other rights are impossible. Starting with the ultimate property right, the rights to one’s own body, to the sanctity of contracts, to the right of the people “to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures,” property rights are the fount from which liberty flows.