By Anthony Gregory | Thursday August 25, 2011 at 11:36 AM PST | 7 Comments
All political labels are limited in their usefulness, and confusion abounds regarding most of them. When a certain political persuasion is being criminalized, it is particularly important to examine the principles involved. If anarchy means chaos, disorder, lawlessness, reckless disregard for person and property, then the London vandals who set private buildings on fire...
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Tags: American History, Civil Liberties, Civil Society, Criminal Justice, FBI, Law, Liberty, Natural Law, Philosophy, Socialism, The State, Welfare
By James A. Montanye | at 9:09 AM PST | 2 Comments
The late management guru Peter Drucker noted decades ago that the notion of tax “loopholes” implies that government is the primary claimant to the entirety of its citizens’ income. The government’s claim is rendered less than absolute in practice only by glitches (intended or otherwise) in the tax code. Enter now, stage left, the...
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Tags: Budget and Tax Policy, Liberty, Philosophy, Property Rights, tax loopholes, Taxation, The State