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0251 Robert Higgs Warfare, Welfare, and The State

Today’s podcast is a speech by Robert Higgs given at the Mises Institute earlier this year. Continue reading

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0130 pc67 Five Short Articles on Liberty

The podcast today features five articles from our archives including the very first article published on Bad Quaker Dot Com.
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0042 Telling People About the State

Audio Article of Telling People About the State by Ben Stone Featured in this article: A time to speak and a time to remain silent The State removes the burden of responsibility from the individual What can one person do? … Continue reading

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0032 To Establish Justice

0032 To Establish Justice (audio below article) To Establish Justice by Ben Stone “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the … Continue reading

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Telling People About the State

Telling People About the State by Ben Stone (link to audio version) Some time ago a relative was telling me about his frustration with the Main Stream Media’s coverage of US foreign policy and he said something that struck me … Continue reading

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One Difference Between Conservative, Liberal, and Libertarian

These are confusing times for label makers and label takers. In the 1980’s defining a conservative or a liberal seemed fairly easy. All one had to do was point at Ronald Reagan and ask, “Love him or hate him?” Not … Continue reading

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