Author Archives: Lysander

Plaxico Burress and Unjust Laws

Plaxico Burress, former NY Giants WR, recently got out of 20 months in prison for bringing a gun into a club and accidently discharging it, hitting him in the thigh, but hurting no one else. This punishment is an example of how our current legal system does not do its job in ensuring justice is […]

Ron Paul’s Predictions Come True

If you were to go back and look at the accuracy of our elected representative’s statements you would find that the most accurate of them all is Congressman Ron Paul. Whether it is foreign policy, economics or even your everyday politics, he is usually found to be correct. Despite this, the political establishment, the MSM […]

Schooling and Education

The most destructive force of freedom in our society, besides government as a whole, is our public school system. If you care to study the issue further, be sure to check out more of John T. Gatto, as well as Sheldon Richman’s book ‘Separating School and State.’

Reasons Not to Fund the Arts

In case that fact that taxpayer funding of art isn’t constitutional, nor moral, doesn’t quite do the trick for you here are a few other reasons as presented by reason.com.

End NATO: Cato Institute Explains Why

Austrian Econmics vs. Keynesian Economics

Proof Austrian economics is far more accurate than Bernanke’s keynesian pseudo-scientific economics.

Is This Real Life?: Interview With Hary Reid

I refuse to believe that someone can be to ignorant.

“Make Mine Freedom”

On the Price of Corn and Management of the Poor, November 1766

Ben Franklin, November 1766 I am for doing good to the poor, but I differ in opinion of the means. I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it. In my youth I traveled much, and I observed […]

The Myth that is the Rule of Law

A great article by Tom Engelhardt over at Salon.com will make it hard to deny the hard fact that there is no longer such a thing as the ‘Rule of Law’ (though I would argue that its death began in the mid 1800’s, and its final days have come under this current regime). “…At least […]