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Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism

We bring this to No-Ruler, first because it’s a most interesting read, telling in clear, concise language more about Ludwig von Mises that I’ve ever seen on a single, and

finally because there are some easy prices on the several books and downloadable offerings.

Don’t Be Fooled by the Political Game: The Illusion of Freedom in America

John Whitehead, “Now we find ourselves once again caught up in the spectacle of another presidential election, and once again the majority of Americans are acting as if this election will make a difference and bring about change—as if the new boss will be different from the old boss.” Striker: I’m not comfortable with everything he says in this article, but most of it is “right-on”

Why I Want My Range to be a Muslim Free Zone

To understand why I am concerned about islamists, you must first take in to consideration the nature of my business.

This is not a coffee and donut shop. This is a liv e fire indoor shooting range. People come here to buy, rent, and shoot lethal weapons. In the range, people are shooting guns in close proximity to each other, so my patrons depend on me and my discretion regarding who I allow to shoot beside them.

One mistake in judgement on my part could cost innocent people their lives. The primary reasons I am concerned about islamists shooting at my range are listed:

Free People Claim Their Rights

[updated to correct video link] Michael Boldin’s Tenth Amendment Center has produced a new video which puts forth a more correct and relevant viewpoint about natural human rights versus the customary view that government somehow “owns” Rights and therefor can “decree and grant” human rights. He strikes at the root of distressingly common philosophical and practical error.
So spend a couple of minutes to watch this refreshing viewpoint!

Will Grigg: Property Rights vs. Discrimination

Those who support coercive fine-tuning of social and commercial arrangements assume that rights can be “balanced” by bureaucrats blessed with infinite insight and bottomless wisdom. But the only way rights can actually be balanced is to recognize, and follow, three principles: 1) All rights are property rights; 2) property rights are absolute; and 3) aggression is always morally wrong and cannot be permitted.

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