Monthly Archives: March 2014

Emolument “Legally” Defined

The following definitions for “emolument” are taken from Ballantine’s Law Dictionary (3rd edition), Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (6th edition), Black’s Law Dictionary (2nd edition), and Webster’s Dictionary (1828):       (Ballantine’s)   The profit arising from office or employment; that … Continue reading

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Are You Obligated to Have Medical Insurance?

[Download the PDF of this article] Whenever libertarians speak of “government intervention,” what is being referred to is the coercion used by tyrannical government to forcefully dictate market behavior, such as by way of price controls, government subsidies, and even … Continue reading

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The Political Machine

Today’s meme, courtesy of the, nicely summarizes just about everything that is wrong about popular electoral voting.  

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Left-Wing Extremism

“Leftwing Extremists Likely to Increase Use of Cyber Attacks Over the Coming Decade”   by the Office of Intelligence and Analysis (Department of Homeland Security)     “DHS/Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A) judges that a number of emerging trends … Continue reading

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Atheist Statists = Statheists

I dislike most so-called “YouTube Atheists,” not because of their purported disbelief in any sort of religiosity, but more because they do so while expressing an unfounded faith in Leviathan.  

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Quote of the Week – Too Many Governments

Ed Bear: “Now the pistol you took in the laboratory is marked ‘government property,’ yet you find it perfectly reasonable to assume it was in the hands of its rightful owners, correct?”   Win Bear: “Sure, the United States Government … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson Said Not to Revere Constitutions As If They Were the Ark of the Covenant

In a 1816 letter to Samuel Kercheval, Thomas Jefferson emphasized the importance of the amendment process:    

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