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The Proper Role of Government

A full transcript can be found at: http://www.latterdayconservative.com/ezra-taft-benson/the-proper-role-of-gove… Audio download link: http://www.latterdayconservative.com/files/ezra-taft-benson/Ezra-Taft-Benson-..

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Scary Obituary – the death of a Republic

In 1887 Alexander Tyler, a Scottish history professor at the University of Edinburgh, had this to say about the fall of the Athenian Republic some 2,000 years prior: “A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot exist as a permanent form of government The Obituary follows:

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The Most Paranoid Conspiracy Theorist of All

Uncle Sam is the most paranoid conspiracy theorist of all. Uncle Sam will feel up your grandma or small child without pause in the name of the fear that some improbable event will be perpetrated by those dangerous individuals. Uncle Sam wipes off his poo with the Constitution because Uncle Sam is the most paranoid conspiracy theorist of all.

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Six Kinds of Libertarianism

Here I explain the six most common styles of libertarianism, and how his candidacy can unite them, and lead believers of liberty to victory. Personally, it helped me understand the mindset of some of you and how we compare and contrast 1) Identify your category of libertarian

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Social Justice and Its Critics

For many, the concept of social justice means equalizing wealth or opportunities for people Many classical liberals and libertarians reject the idea of government-directed social justice Some reject it because they think it is impractical or even immoral Others reject it because they believe the idea is conceptually confused Prof Matt Zwolinski explains that the primary problem in the social justice concept is that free societies lack a central distributor to ensure wealth, jobs, opportunities, resources, or other goods are distributed “equally” or “fairly.” Libertarians and classical liberals find that the only meaningful concept of social justice is one focused on the legal and economic rules of societies

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