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Polling on paying college athletes

Thanks to Chris Mitchell, of the Reason Foundation, which publishes Reason Magazine, for bringing my attention to a recent poll conducted by Rupe-Reason. The poll includes dozens of questions about politics and other issues. 424 more words

The Philosophy of Liberty

The Philosophy of Liberty

The Philosophy of Liberty The PoL is a flash animation based of what is now the epilogue of Ken Schoolland’s book, “The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible.” It began in 1992 as a Russian translation of the book was being published. 139 more words


The Independents

As far as your personal goals are and what you actually want to do with your life, it should never have to do with government. You should never depend on the government for your retirement, your financial security, for anything. 766 more words


Media Curiously Uninterested in Democrat Accused of Arms Trafficking

Have you heard of California state senator Leland Yee? No?

You’re not supposed to.

You see, Leland Yee is a pro gun control Democrat who has been accused of bribery, fraud, corruption and trying to sell guns and rocket launchers to enemies of the United States. 180 more words


Isn't it Ironic: Government Surveillance Version with Remy

Remy updates the Alanis Morissette hit for a certain senior senator from California. Written by Remy. Video and animation by Meredith Bragg. Music performed, produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Ben Karlstrom.Approximately 2 minutes. 198 more words


Oversexed at CPAC

Dredging up coverage of sex at CPAC is nothing new.  For years leftovers have been shocked, shocked!, that 23 year old gay guys, away from home in the big city at nice hotels with like minded people and a lot of booze go online to hook up with each other – which has led me for two years to post a spoof Craigslist ad: 714 more words

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New Libertarian National Committee Headquarters - an exclusive first look and a history of the LNC National HQ

The Libertarian Party has been planning to buy a building for its national headquarters for over a year now, having always rented office space at various locations in DC (and briefly, Houston, Texas) since the 1970s when it was founded. 1,192 more words

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