Monthly Archives: January 2012

Molyneux and Weissenberger

Watch Redmond Weissenberger interviewed by Stefan Molyneux here.

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Socialists! Come Back!

I was speaking with some people from Carleton Students for Liberty on Thursday. During the discussion, someone mentioned that there are people in his class that support public education. He called them “socialists”. Now when I asked him about this … Continue reading

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The Podcast of Liberty

I just got back from the Mises Circle meet up in Ottawa. There I met Shaun Harvey and Michael J. Scott. Check out their podcast here. While you are at it, check out Ryan Long’s Stationary Wave’s.

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Fifty Six Reasons for Libertarians to Oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline

“By its own count, the company currently has 34 eminent domain actions against landowners in Texas and an additional 22 in South Dakota.” http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/18/us/transcanada-in-eminent-domain-fight-over-pipeline.html?pagewanted=all

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A Mistake in the Headline? and Readings

A very quick though on this headline. Dallas teen missing since 2010 was mistakenly deported When someone says “mistakenly” I usually think of it in the context of, “Oh sorry, I mistakenly got some soup on your table-cloth.” or, “Whoops, … Continue reading

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