Monthly Archives: January 2006

Anarcho-centrism. Really.

Do read the whole thing, wouldja? Follow the links too. Even back when I was only surface-level on libertarianism, the ways that people like Spangler & Kevin Carson had described a free-market was rather close to what I defined one … Continue reading

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Too late now…

but that all goes away now: The Senate confirmed Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court on Tuesday by a vote of 58-42, a day after an attempt by some Democratic senators to block his nomination fizzled. Alito, who will … Continue reading

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Screw the Speech

nails it: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Tomorrow night, the president of the United States will address a divided government and a weary nation. In so doing, he’ll attempt to make the case that the state of the union is … Continue reading

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High on Politics? Seek help…

science backs that up, and more: Emory University psychologist Drew Westen put self-identified Democratic and Republican partisans in brain scanners and asked them to evaluate negative information about various candidates. Both groups were quick to spot inconsistency and hypocrisy — … Continue reading

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An Ass-umption

this without cringing. Apparently some people are so resigned to partisan politics that they swear up and down everyone is donkey or elephant… What’s worse is the tired implication that libertarians are just pot-smoking republicans. If this post had more … Continue reading

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People care, they just don't know it…

Earlier today I spoke with a neighbor of mine. Just chit-chatting, nothing important. Then I recalled something I saw on my way to work one day: Apparently next to a new factory that was built in my town there’s a … Continue reading

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The house wins. Permanently.

hand down an instant death sentence — for sports betting. Yeah, a SWAT team member can’t handle his gun, yet we’re supposed to remain unarmed & trust our friendly neighborhood policemen. I think not. tags: police+misconduct]]>

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