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Thomas Eckert

Thomas Eckert is a writer at Being Libertarian. 

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The "National Emergency" Scam

Blog03/09/2019

Obama's "I’ve got a pen and a phone" has perhaps found its equal in Trump's declaration of national security designed to make it even easier for him to spend taxpayer money.

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No, Paul Krugman, This Shutdown is Not a "Big Libertarian Experiment"

Corporate WelfarePolitical Theory

Blog01/18/2019

Paul Krugman seems to think those who like freedom and free markets are somehow responsible for the current mess brought on by crippling government debt and an enormous federal budget.

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It’s Time to Focus on the "School" in "School Shooting"

Blog05/26/2018

With a near monopoly of school shootings, public schools nevertheless continue to escape any scrutiny.

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The State's Odd Definition of "Consent"

Legal System

Blog02/21/2018
"Consenting" to something while being detained by police is a bit like "consenting" to hand over your wallet when a mugger pulls a gun.
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Whether it's Baking or Dating, Consent Matters

Private Property

Blog12/16/2017
Forcing people to use their bodies in certain ways without their consent is not justice. It's violence.
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