The inescapable conclusion that taxation is theft has led to countless people asking for alternative forms of funding. Meeting this challenge is essential for libertarians, since our message requires a radical shift in thinking for many people. In this article, we visit the fictional city of Logan to demonstrate how a public security system could operate without taxes.
Let's imagine the city of Logan has a population of 100,000 people. Without a tax structure, they have patrolmen, a court system, and jails.
The operation is very simple. All citizens voluntarily contribute $10 per week to the Basic Services Group (BSG), which renders $52,000,000 per year to provide security. The budget is small, but the group has found ways to minimize costs. They operate out of a small building with only a few rooms; a couple of interview rooms, a dispatcher room, sleeping bay, office space, break room, bathrooms, and a conference room.