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Liberty Connections 12/13/12

From: William E. G.
Sent on: Thursday, December 13, 2012 6:56 PM
Spread the Word of Liberty Far and Wide!
“Society does not tell a man what to do and what not to do. There is no need to enforce cooperation by special orders or prohibitions. Non-cooperation penalizes itself. Adjustment to the requirements of society's productive effort and the pursuit of the individual's own concerns are not in conflict. Consequently no agency is required to settle such conflicts. The system can work and accomplish its tasks without the interference of an authority issuing special orders and prohibitions and punishing those who do not comply.” – Ludwig von Mises
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“No one can read our Constitution without concluding that the people who wrote it wanted their government severely limited; the words "no" and "not" employed in restraint of governmental power occur 24 times in the first seven articles of the Constitution and 22 more times in the Bill of Rights.” - Edmund A. Opitz
Cops Taser Woman Who Wanted To Buy iPhones Bob Livingston
Big Trouble Over Little Dog: S.A. Man Jailed Over Untagged Dachshund Mayra Moreno (Video)
Elvis Hernandez Rescues Dog, Finds It New Home, Gets Arrested David Moye (Video)
“We primarily think of him [the slave] as one who is owned by another. To be more than nominal, however, the ownership must be shown by control of the slave’s actions—a control which is habitually for the benefit of the controller. That which fundamentally distinguishes the slave is that he labors under coercion to satisfy another’s desires... the essential question is—how much is he compelled to labor for other benefit than his own and how much can be labor for his own benefit?” - Herbert Spencer
A Convenient Scapegoat Chuck Baldwin
The Botany of Desire (Video) Wow! Very interesting! Do Watch! J
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Keynesians, Austrians, And The Continuing Economic Depression William L. Anderson
CAIR-Michigan Goes After the U.S. Constitution Clare Lopez
“There are those who believe that a government whose authority is strictly circumscribed is the weaker on that account.  It appears to them that numerous functions and numerous agencies give the state the stability of a broader base.  But this is purely an illusion.  If the state cannot go beyond certain definitely established limits without becoming an instrument of injustice, ruination, and plunder, without upsetting the natural distribution of industry, satisfactions, capital, and manpower, without creating potent causes of unemployment, industrial crises, and poverty, without increasing crime, without having recourse to ever more stringent repressive measures, without stirring up discontent and resentment, how will it derive any guarantee of stability from these accumulated elements of civil disorder?
“... it seems evident to me that to restrict the public police force to its one and only rightful function, but a function that is essential, unchallenged, constructive, desired and accepted by all, is the way to win its universal respect and co-operation.  Once this is accomplished, I cannot see from what source could come all our present ills of systematic obstructionism, parliamentary bickering, street insurrections, revolutions, crises, factions, wild notions, demands advanced by all men to govern under all possible forms, new systems, as dangerous as they are absurd, which teach the people to look to the government for everything.  We should have an end also to... crushing and inevitably inequitable taxation, to the ever increasing and unnatural meddling of politics in all things, and to that large-scale and wholly artificial redistribution of capital and labor which is the source of needless irritation, of constant ups and downs, of economic crises and setbacks.  All these and a thousand other causes of disturbances, friction, disaffection, envy, and disorder would no longer exist; and those entrusted with the responsibility of governing would work together for, and not against, the universal harmony.” - Frederic Bastiat (1801 - 1850)
William E. 'Bill' Grisham CPA
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