Feds Are Rich, Taxpayers Are Poor

The average federal “worker” makes twice as much as the average taxpayer, not counting plush federal benefits which are even more unbalanced. It is almost as bad at the state, county, and local levels. Wherever you look, the host is being sucked dry by the parasite, who sings a victimological song about being underpaid, while…

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Dora the Census Explorer

Children, spy on your family. BTW, funny to see the constant stress in census propaganda about “getting good things for our town, like day care centers and schools.” That is, in return for your written nudo-scan, politically connected businessmen can get richer constructing more federal anti-family indoctrination halls at your expense. What a deal! (Thanks…

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Nullification in the NY Times

A fair reference to Tom Woods in the NY Times? And on states rights and nullification? Amazing: “Everything we’ve tried to keep the federal government confined to rational limits has been a failure, an utter, unrelenting failure — so why not try something else?” said Thomas E. Woods Jr., a senior fellow at the Ludwig…

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States Rights, Yes, But That’s Not All

As Jefferson said, the American principle supports the states as versus the central government, the counties as versus the states, the towns as versus the counties, the wards as versus the towns, and the individual as versus all. Radical decentralism is the libertarian principle.

Originally posted on the LewRockwell.com blog

Eeek, a Dissident Idea

The most important job of regime intellectuals of all stripes, besides promoting wars past, present, and future, and anything else that enhances the glory, power, and centralization of the state, is to smear opponents. Here Salon attacks Tom DiLorenzo and Tom Woods for dissenting from official history. Of course, mullification orginates with Jefferson and Madison…

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NY Times Dislikes Anti-Government Movement

The serfs pause in picking the regime’s crops. They raise their heads, and look piercingly at the handsome tax-eater castle on the hill, and wonder about the justice of their plight. The tax-eaters, always unsure of their control over the serfs anyway, grow more nervous, and one of their house organs, the NY Times, expresses…

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Chris Matthews Smears Debra Medina

Why, she can’t be for (the Principles of 1798 as enunciated in Jefferson and Madison’s Virginia and Kentucky Resolves) nullification and interposition! Who does she think she is, John C. Calhoun? That’s Jim Crow, says the ignorant and evil regime shill Matthews. (Thanks to Travis Holte)

cross-posted from the LewRockwell.com Blog