Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Paleolibertarian Picks

  • Congressman Ron Paul on the "unprecedented but very welcome attention to both U.S. monetary policy and the global political economy in general" — The World Shorts the Dollar. "To reclaim our dollar and our economy, Americans must oppose central banking per se. Fiat currencies cannot be 'reformed' or 'managed.' They are fundamentally subject to ruinous debasement courtesy of the political and economic ruling class. History shows that this is true in all nations at all times."

  • "If only people were chaining themselves to the White House fence to protest our outrageously extravagant military budget instead of demanding the right to join the armed forces of a country that spends more on 'defense' than all other nations of the world combined," says Justin Raimondo of a recent protest "urging President Barack Obama to repeal a ban on homosexuals serving openly in the military" — A ‘Sustainable’ Empire?

  • Ivan Eland hopes that "outrageous fondling by government employees has caused a rising tide of public outrage and may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back" — Government Sexual Molestation in Airports Is ‘Over the Top’.

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