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Philosophy: Political

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http://www.rt.com

The future of humanity depends on whether “too big to fail” sectors of the economy are taken under public control, creating a step-up socialist model, believes Peter Mertens, Belgian politician and author, the head of the Workers’ Party of Belgium.

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http://original.antiwar.com, by Justin Raimondo

Every time Rand Paul opens his mouth, he seems to put both feet and a couple of other appendages in it.

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http://lewrockwell.com, by Gary North

This may sound odd. Conservatives don't love taxes. They want lower taxes. Right? They want lower taxes and smaller government.

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http://lewrockwell.com, by Thomas J. DiLorenzo

An "environmentalist" is a totalitarian socialist whose real objective is to revive socialism and economic central planning under the subterfuge of "saving the planet" from capitalism.

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Gary Jason, American Thinker

How do we explain a government regulatory agency gone wild, turning viciously on its subject and seeking to destroy or impair it, regardless of the harm. Economists developed a realistic description of political behavior called "public choice theory

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http://www.youtube.com, by SRNCVideo

Rosa Koire, Democrats Against UN Agenda 21, being interviewed by Andrew Reinbach, Huffington Post columnist for an article on opposition to UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development.

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Anthony Gregory, Eurasia Review

Democracy, like no other system, dupes the masses into believing that the state really is on their side. It creates the perfect storm for a deep if somewhat temperate oppression, as the state becomes increasingly active and meddlesome, and subjects b

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A recent movie starring Meryl Streep and depicting the life of Lady Margaret Thatcher was called “The Iron Lady.” And the movie was aptly titled, as Lady Thatcher’s grit and determination...

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Pietro Speroni di Fenizio, Ethical Technology

What is the best democratic system for the 21st century? For a world where communication is instantaneous, travel is fast, and search is efficient? A world where people are all connected, are able to read and write and can look up information themsel

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C.Smith/Angel Clark Show

I was interviewed on the Angel Clark show. It was excellent! It was a live show broadcast on the Liberty Radio Network, Ron Paul Radio, and the RadioFreedom.us feeds, and is available in the show archive and via iTunes. I invite you to listen.

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http://lewrockwell.com, by Anthony Gregory

The old mantra that the problem in American politics is everyone is an extremist and no one is willing to meet halfway persists, despite its transparent inapplicability in the real world.

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http://lewrockwell.com, by Butler Shaffer

A staunchly-defended article of faith in Western political rhetoric is the belief that democratic governments do not engage in wars with one another.

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http://www.globalresearch.ca, by Prof. James Tracy

Where do you locate yourself on the political spectrum? Are you liberal or conservative? On “the left”, “the right”, or perhaps you’re a bit of both (“moderate”).

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A few weeks ago, I said in this column, “It is far more important who is elected as your governor than who is elected President. It is far more important who is elected as your State attorney general than who is appointed US attorney general...

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Lawrence Hunter, Forbes

Tamny’s suggestion almost certainly cannot be adopted in the currently evolved, dead-end political system we call “democracy in America under the rule of law,” which more accurately is described as “plunder in America under the color of law.”

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by Lew Rockwell

Feminist Carol Hanisch is famous for opposing the Miss America contest in the 1960s. She is also the person who in 1968 coined the phrase "the personal is the political." Her essay on the topic denounced the idea that women's liberation can come abou

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Silver Underground

The 1% rhetorical device that the Occupy Movement uses is pretty intellectually dishonest if you think about it. It gives the mob screaming “We are the 99%” the false impression that they somehow actually represent the opinions and political position

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