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Atlas Shrugged Rocking Out!

April 17, 2011 by


So, I’m really just going to link back to the blog I am writing at more at this point in time. Atlas Shrugged Movie Review Atlas Shrugged is expanding! and… a Chronology of Music I’ve Obsessed over If you read this.. please post these posts wherever you can.  Trying to drive my traffic up to […]

Top 10 2010 Blog Posts

January 1, 2011 by


I think number one is number one for a good reason.  When I started blogging I had to look no further than Indiana to find that cops were abusing their power over everyone.  When we see the direct abuse over children the argument for our current system of law enforcement deteriorates dramatically.  The “sea of […]

Happy Thanksgiving!!! Thanks Property Rights!!

November 25, 2010 by


Check out my recent post on Social Democracy vs. Capitalism. Reason tv does a great video on the pilgrims and socialism.

TSA Is A Bad Girlfriend; Mutual Fondling Not Allowed!

November 19, 2010 by


There are certain points in relationships that physical joking around becomes okay.  For example, when I am at the point in a relationship where I let a person fondle me, I expect reciprocation.  If I jokingly punch a person who is fondling me and say “I was only kidding with you,” I don’t expect to […]

The Market for Liberty: The Story of the Tannehills and what they did

November 14, 2010 by


Linda and Morris Tannehill are one of the most interesting couples in recent libertarian history.  Their book, “The Market for Liberty,” was a product of a perfect liberty storm hitting the Tannehill’s and inspiring them to write a magnificent piece of literature, incorporating the ideas of giants, and making the ideas of market anarchism accessible […]

Indiana Children Abused by Cops

November 7, 2010 by


A man walked out of a Civilian Merit Police Board to what was described by WISHTV8 news as a “sea of blue” and “thunderous applause,” having been cleared of guilt after using what was considered lethal force against a 15 year old Brandon Johnson.  Two officers held the arms of this boy while Officer Piland, […]

Government Employees Shouldn’t be Praised

November 5, 2010 by


It is an exhilarating experience watching the Indianapolis Colts as they decimate their opponents live at Lucas Oil Stadium.  Intermittently throughout the game, however, the announcer takes time to thank soldiers, police, and curiously enough the FBI.  As Indiana elects new leaders into office what better time than now to question every part of our […]