individual rights

The Progressive Compulsion

by Steve MacDonald September 1, 2014
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Even under the best of circumstances the progressive nanny-state compulsion to centrally plan is based on the idea that individuals with money and power cannot be trusted to do right by anyone else.  Nor do they trust a free people, exercising choices with their own dollars, to act as a check on others. The progressive […]

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Observation about Liberals: they always want Dependence Day, not Independence Day

by Skip July 4, 2014

From Jonah Goldberg:  The notion that denying a subsidy for a product is equivalent to banning that product is one of the odder tenets of contemporary liberalism. Not only that but that Liberals, having lost in the Arena of Ideas and failed to make their case to voluntarily persuade companies provide benefits strictly tailored to […]

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“Rights? We don’t need no steekin’ rights!”

by Tim Condon January 29, 2013

But, hey, you’ll be “safe”! Here’s a report from Paragould, Arkansas, where police SWAT teams will be patrolling the streets and stopping every person they encounter:

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