Each day, as the state expands into more and more areas of human life, we have to ask: Where will it end? Here is one potential answer. About 25 minutes.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
When local politicians decided to force individuals to become part of their jurisdiction some residents gathered together to oppose the measure. They suddenly found themselves in court because regulations forbade them to put up signs in opposition with registering with the state. Here is how government bans free speech in politics.
All Randy Bailey did was run his business and treat his customers fairly. Local politicians decided to steal his property in order to benefit another benefit.
A music video about the San Tan Flats case. This restaurant, without outdoor dining, was being fined $5000 a day when it had live music because patrons danced. Outdoor dancing was banned. (If in Queen Creek, Arizona stop by and try the place -- I did. Reasonable price and decent food.) About 3 minutes.
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Friday, February 13, 2009
Professor A.C. Grayling debates Christopher Hitchens on the justification of Allied bombings of civilians during World War II. About two hours. Prof. Grayling's book can be ordered from Laissez Faire Books at 1 866 686 7210.
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Monday, February 9, 2009
This short film from our friends at Reason TV won Best Documentary Short prize at the Oxford Film Festial in Oxford, Mississippi. Even if they hadn't won this is a film everyone should watch about the war on drugs is destroying innocent people. A point I've long made is that illicit drugs harm those