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A “Micro” Example of the Increasing U.S. Totalitarianism

I begin this piece with a “microeconomic” example of the inexorably advancing (and inevitable) totalitarianism in the United States.  A manager for a local pawnshop in the state I reside informed me of a town that came out with (at first) a city ordinance for pawn stores several years ago. With time, the city’s ordinance […]

This City Will Fine You Literally Anything: “Including Mismatching Drapes and Front Yard Grilling”

In an age of economic stress, many cities and states – on the verge of bankruptcy or default – are abusing their powers to squeeze extra revenue out of their already struggling citizens. Petty laws are the building blocks of tyranny. This has long been understood. That is why the Declaration of Independence discusses this […]