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Do Property Rights Increase Freedom

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Post #: 6
This guy (http://noahpinionblog...­) just ripped Zerohedge in his latest blog post (his "rip" is nonsense, his problem with ZH is the site's macro view, but he uses a bait-and-switch tactic to discredit ZH but, in the end, only discredits himself). But note, he is a prime example of who is teaching our children in college. (­)

Thought I'd take a look at some of his other posts and found this one: Do Property Rights Increase Freedom (http://noahpinionblog...­) I think it is always useful to consider different points of view if you want to figure out your own. (The comments under his post are also informative. )

Just thought I put it out there for maybe a discussion someday.
San Diego, CA
Post #: 69
Yeah, Lisa, this fellow's post complaining about issues of so-called property rights in his area of Japan is an indictment of the fascistic elements of that culture, not property rights. Because his definition of freedom doesn't accord with self-ownership and by extension property, it lacks a logical context. Here's an interesting title that explores how fascism can become a way of life in the statist matrix:­ . When people lack sound philosophical principles, we can expect the sordid aftermath.
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