American Law

If men were angels, no government would be necessary.

James Madison
4th president of US (1751 – 1836)

Capitalism—Minus the Cronies

December 3, 2010
By
Capitalism—Minus the Cronies

The revelation that the American taxpayer is now the World’s Banker of Last Resort, as revealed by the new FinReg bill (yet another assault on real, as opposed to crony capitalism), means Americans must face the disturbing reality that our national sovereignty is being completely undermined. And those undermining it have only one...
Read more »

Posted in American History, American Law, Arnold Ahlert, Bureaucracy, Canada Free Press, Crony Capitalism, Frauds & Scoundrels, Liberal Friends/Family/Spouses, Money, Taxes | No Comments »

Flat Tax: An idea whose time has come

November 30, 2010
By
Flat Tax: An idea whose time has come

There is widespread consensus that the current tax system is a complicated failure that hinders the nation's growth while allowing the politically well-connected to manipulate the system to get special breaks that are not available to average workers and businesses. This is stimulating a great deal of interest in shifting to a simple and...
Read more »

Posted in American Law, Bureaucracy, Capitalism, Conservatism, Taxes, Tea Parties | No Comments »

The Castle Coalition-Citizens Fighting Eminent Domain Abuse

November 29, 2010
By
The Castle Coalition-Citizens Fighting Eminent Domain Abuse

The Castle Coalition is the Institute for Justice’s nationwide grassroots property rights activism project. Founded in 2002, the Castle Coalition teaches home and small business owners how to protect themselves and stand up to the greedy governments and developers who seek to use eminent domain to take private property for their own gain....
Read more »

Posted in American Law, Bureaucracy, Environmentalism, Fascism, Founding Fathers, Private Property/Eminent Domain, Self-Defense, Supreme Court, Tea Parties | 1 Comment »

Cliches of Socialism

November 28, 2010
By
Cliches of Socialism

When a devotee of private property, free market, limited government principles states his position, he is inevitably confronted with a barrage of socialistic cliches. Failure to answer these has effectively silenced many a spokesman for freedom. Here are suggested answers to some of the most persistent of the “Cliches of Socialism.” These are not...
Read more »

Posted in **RESEARCH ARCHIVES, *HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, American Constitution, American History, American Law, Capitalism, Conservatism, Economics, Founding Fathers, HealthCare, Socialized, Liberal Friends/Family/Spouses, Liberalism, Money, Private Property/Eminent Domain, Right To Work Laws, Socialism, Supreme Court, Taxes, Tea Parties, Unions, Utopia | No Comments »

4th Amendment, U.S. Constitution, Search & Seizure

November 20, 2010
By
4th Amendment, U.S. Constitution, Search & Seizure

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated; and no Warrants shall issue but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized....
Read more »

Posted in *HOT BUTTON ISSUES, American Constitution, American Law, Don't Touch My Junk, Founding Fathers, Libertarianism, National Defense, Self-Defense, Terrorism, Totalitarianism | No Comments »

Franz Kafka and the Nightmare of Bureaucracy

November 19, 2010
By
Franz Kafka and the Nightmare of Bureaucracy

Kafka took some early stabs at writing a novel, but none of them really worked out. In 1903, he started The Child and the City. He abandoned it, and the manuscripts have since disappeared. He tried to collaborate with Max Brod on a work called Richard and Samuel, but that didn’t work out either....
Read more »

Posted in American Law, Artists, Atheism, Books, Bureaucracy, Communism, Don't Touch My Junk, Eminent Domain, Fascism, Franz Kafka, HealthCare, Socialized, Personalities, Psychology, Socialism, Taxes, Totalitarianism, Writers & Commentators | No Comments »

Liberty Fund

November 18, 2010
By
Liberty Fund

Liberty Fund, Inc. is a private, educational foundation established to encourage the study of the ideal of a society of free and responsible individuals. The Foundation develops, supervises, and finances its own educational activities to foster thought and encourage discourse on enduring issues pertaining to liberty.
Read more »

Posted in **RESEARCH ARCHIVES, *FAVORITE CONSERVATIVE SITES, *HOT BUTTON ISSUES, AAAAmerica, American Constitution, American Culture, American History, American Law, Artists, Capitalism, Communism, Conservatism, Defense, Economics, Fascism, Founding Fathers, Heroes & Heroines, International, Liberalism, Libertarianism, Liberty Fund, Library of Economics and Liberty(Liberty Fund), Mass Media, Online Library of Liberty(Liberty Fund), Personalities, Political systems-Isms, Politics, Psychology, Race, Religion, Socialism, Totalitarianism, Writers & Commentators | No Comments »

Online Library of Liberty(Liberty Fund)

November 18, 2010
By
Online Library of Liberty(Liberty Fund)

Liberty Fund, Inc. is a private, educational foundation established to encourage the study of the ideal of a society of free and responsible individuals. It was founded in 1960 thus making 2010 its 50th Anniversary Year. In celebration of this, a number of conferences and other events have been organized for 2010.
Read more »

Posted in **RESEARCH ARCHIVES, *FAVORITE CONSERVATIVE SITES, *HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, *HOT BUTTON ISSUES, AAAAmerica, American Culture, American History, American Law, Artists, Economics, Founding Fathers, Liberty Fund, Library of Economics and Liberty(Liberty Fund), Money, Online Library of Liberty(Liberty Fund), Personalities, Political systems-Isms, Politics, Religion, Taxes, Uncategorized, Writers & Commentators | No Comments »