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Political Production vs. Economic Production

It is often said that government represents the collective ability of society to come together and legislate for the “public good.” What exactly the “public good” represents is rarely agreed upon by the two dominant political parties, but they both generally agree that it is the role of government to meddle in society in one [...]

The Natural Flow of Freedom

People often use the quote, “The only constant is change.” Sometimes this phrase (or something similar to it) is used to bash over the head those who prefer liberty and freedom to government interventions. We are told that those who don’t embrace social change through government must love the rich, hate the poor, and enjoy [...]

Freedom and Forced Vaccinations Can’t Coexist

The swine flu, or H1N1 virus, has been declared a “pandemic” by the World Health Organization. In response to fears of the flu spreading, many government health agencies have stepped up to the plate and are now rushing vaccines into the marketplace. European health officials have declared that lives potentially lost through largely untested vaccines [...]

Assaulting Freedom: The Income Tax

In today’s age one would expect the principles of slavery and involuntary servitude to be unacceptable under any grounds. What people fail to realize is that while this may be true for individual citizens, what is illegal for citizens is not necessarily illegal for government. The Merriam-Webster definition of slavery is the “submission to a [...]