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The State against Anonymity

LawLegal SystemMedia and CultureThe Police State


Governments are using intimidation to regulate independent journalists on the decentralized internet.

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Threats Against the State: Anarcho-Tyranny, Murder, and Legitimacy

Legal SystemMedia and CultureThe Police State


In the recent killing of an elderly Utah man by federal agents, the government shows it will come down hardest on those who don't pose realistic threats.

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Let's Examine Some REAL Crimes Committed by Presidents

LawLegal SystemPolitics


The ruling classes have determined that crimes are political in nature. Thus, Donald Trump faces criminal charges while actual crimes by other presidents go uncharged and unpunished.

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Rothbard: Gun Regulation Explained

Legal SystemPhilosophy and Methodology


"Gun prohibition is the brainchild of white middle-class liberals who are oblivious to the situation of poor and minority people living in areas where the police have given up on crime control."

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Flying into Foolishness: The DOJ "Saves" Consumers from Low-Cost Airlines

Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic PolicyLegal System


The DOJ claims that it has "protected" consumers by standing in the way of a partnership between JetBlue and American Airlines. The only thing the DOJ protected was higher-cost flying.

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2SLGBTQ+IA and the Law

LawLegal SystemProgressivism


The activists went from "We want to be left alone to live our lives" to "we want to control your lives too." Now the movement has state power on its side and bullies all opponents. 

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Even in Slave Economies, the Division of Labor Was Inescapable

Legal SystemWorld History


Even under chattel slavery, inequality was still pervasive. Carpenters, sugar boilers, blacksmiths, cabinetmakers, and rum distillers constituted an elite core of slaves.

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Egalitarianism as a Revolt against Safety

Legal SystemMedia and CultureProgressivism


Some residents of St. Louis, fed up with the nonprotection from the city's police, have hired private security to deal with the problem. The egalitarian Left, of course, doesn't like that.

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My Forty-Year War on Reefer Madness

LawLegal System


Over the past forty years, James Bovard has pointed out many times that in carrying out its war on drugs, the Federal government is the emperor with no clothes. Not that anyone in Washington cares.

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