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Original libertarian fiction, ranging from poetry & lyrics to allegories & parables.

When Men Become Truly Free

This poem, by Colin Ryan, does not just contain a wonderful message, but is also a terrific example of when people are free to copy and remix the media of others. Des Brittain narrated Ryan’s poem, and Charlie Veitch used … Continue reading

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A Tale of Proverbs on the Five Boxes

The following is a set of proverbs within a frame story. If you haven’t yet read either, “The Parable of the Mugger’s Sandwich,” or “An Allegory of the Freedom Train,” then please do so before reading the concluding installment to … Continue reading

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An Allegory of the Freedom Train

The following is an extended metaphor, hence why it’s an allegory. If you haven’t yet read, “The Parable of the Mugger’s Sandwich,” then please do so before reading this fictional story.     A long time ago, there was a … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Mugger’s Sandwich

The following is a fictional story, hence why it’s a parable.     One evening, a long time ago, Joe Citizen was freely travelling the roads on his way home from work. Suddenly, a dark figure emerged from the alley. … Continue reading

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The Bridges Of Old Mexico

Apparently, a pseudonymous individual has rewritten the lyrics to Merle Haggard’s The Seashores of Old Mexico, in response to the deteriorating situation on the southern United States border.       We left, out of Dallas, with critical choke points … Continue reading

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A State of Nature

  There are no wars, there is no income tax There is no drug prohibition, there are no corporations There is no central bank, there are no police There is no bureaucracy, there are no courts No one is outlawed, … Continue reading

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Forsaken

  Trudging along the lonely road Meeting fellow travelers along the way Some denounce me as a highwayman How do I prove that I am not a robber?   My trustworthiness gone, I am considered less than nothing These were … Continue reading

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