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Robert Bentley 18h
The tyranny of our government
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Mary J. Ruwart Ph.D. Apr 14
does not solve our problems, it often just makes matters worse. It is, eventually, always left to ordinary individuals to fix the problems perpetrated by profiteering politicians. You cannot use the problem to fix the problem.
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New Wave Libertarian Apr 19
Who else calls leftists "leftists" and not "liberals", because we're the real fucking liberals
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Larry Sharpe Apr 20
“Marijuana is an Exit Drug.”-Daniel Villanueva Daniel has PTSD. Marijuana helped him stop using alcohol, prescription pain killers and hard street drugs to manage his PTSD.
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Mary J. Ruwart Ph.D. Apr 18
Our buying power is taken away through and inflation and given to politicians who usually waste it. creation, especially by the disadvantaged, is thwarted. doesn't want the competition.
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New Wave Libertarian 27m
The only law I want on the books regarding marijuana is one that prohibits the government from ever harassing, fining, regulating or imprisoning you for using it.
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Mary J. Ruwart Ph.D. Apr 19
is more than ; it is intolerance for the preferences and even the moral viewpoints of our neighbors. Through taxation we forcibly impose our will on others in an attempt to control their choices.
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🌏☮️Ashwani Garg☯禅 6h
Seems reasonable am I right? Best of both worlds. Who would be against liberty?
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JD Rico 8h
Happy birthday to me. Life is awesome. Cherish it.
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Missy LaCroix Apr 11
Everyone needs to follow , the candidate for NY Governor. Entrepreneur, military veteran, and family man. He wants to change the culture of NY state and show there's more to NY state than NYC.
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Mary J. Ruwart Ph.D. 15h
Political power is used to bend others to our will. , on the other hand, is consistent both with self-love and of others, since we must be willing to grant liberty to others to have it for ourselves.
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Joe Swafford for US Congress Apr 19
“The greatest things in history didn’t happen when everything was going right, the greatest things in history happened when all of the odds were against someone and they decided to endeavor anyway.” - Joe Swafford, LIbertarian Party Nomination Acceptance speech.
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Larry Sharpe Apr 20
Jeff Sessions says marijuana kills. It certainly can kill cancer cells, opiate addiction, PTSD and depression, just to name a few.
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Alex Merced Apr 20
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Larry Sharpe Apr 20
‘Cannabis was my exit drug from over 30 prescriptions.’ Many people could quit or cut down on a variety of pharmaceuticals if cannabis was legal. Legal period. People shouldn’t need a prescription or card to get the help they need.
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Red River Libertarians Apr 15
I think Calvin Coolidge was right, seeing as the the strike on Syria costed roughly $165 Million
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Larry Sharpe Apr 20
Government is trying to bulldoze local Utica businesses using Eminent Domain. Not only is this wrong but this is going to destroy Downtown Utica just when it's starting to make a comeback.
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Larry Sharpe Apr 15
If it pleases the crown, might I keep the water the clouds hath given me?
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Larry Sharpe Apr 13
The War On Terror and the War On Drugs share a lot in common, none of it good.
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Mises Institute Apr 18
There are many problems with today. But should we "fix" government? Or abolish it altogether? Have a look at this new David Gordon piece - which analyzes Niall Ferguson's new book - and let us know what you think:
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