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What Is The Best Method Of Rebellion Against Tyranny?

Winning this fight will require the extraordinary dedication of extraordinary individuals; anything less will result in disaster. Continue reading

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The Meaning of Liberty

Our concept of liberty today is pale and thin compared with that of the Founders. Today we want to believe in liberty (small “l”), but not so much that we could get hurt. As long as we can still say what we want, worship as we please and have a vote, we say we have liberty. We expect that the government will prevent us from making mistakes, rescue us if we do make mistakes and provide for us if we fail. The founding generation wanted no restraints and accepted that they would have no safety net if they failed. This is a concept that is foreign to both of our main political parties today, and to most Americans in general. Continue reading

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