Monthly Archives: May 2014

Larry Myers: An Ignored Political Prisoner

[Download the PDF of this article] People within mainstream American culture typically view incarcerated political dissidents as uninteresting. Given that the entertainment value for such cases is usually quite low because they lack sensationalism, popular support is notoriously absent. Despite … Continue reading

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Adventures in Legal Land

Coercive monopolization on the production of arbitration services is a hallmark recipe for tyranny. Without competition amongst varying and overlapping jurisdictions, the provision of dispute resolution becomes immune from accountability. Not only is this monopoly‚Äôs customer service just plain lousy, … Continue reading

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