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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

Monthly Archives: June 2015

Are there really Americans who like corporate welfare?

By: Jim Babka -

It’s a competition. Don’t let the wrong side win.

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Are there really Americans who like corporate welfare?

By: Perry Willis -

Are you one of them? Render your verdict on corporate welfare here, and see how others respond. It’s a competition. Don’t let the wrong side win.

Posted in Corporate Welfare, Cronyism
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NEW CAMPAIGN! How do you feel about corporate welfare?

NEW CAMPAIGN! How do you feel about corporate welfare?

By: Perry Willis -

Change the world by putting new ideas in new minds.

Posted in How to Think, Strategy
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Are people moving in your direction?

Are people moving in your direction?

By: Perry Willis -

The evidence mounts

Posted in Drug Prohibition, Entitlements, Principles, Strategy
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Should Social Security be mandatory?

By: Perry Willis -

Give us your answer and see how others responded.

Posted in Social Security
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Introducing, another powerful NEW tool you can use!

Introducing, another powerful NEW tool you can use!

By: Jim Babka -

Can you do a Vulcan Mind Meld with the American people?

Posted in Drug Prohibition, Entitlements, Strategy
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Can you tolerate our latest heresy?

By: Jim Babka -

Has the Zero Aggression Project gone too far?

Posted in Entitlements
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NEW TOOL! Do you think Social Security participation should be mandatory?

By: Perry Willis -

Plus, a report on our results so far.

Posted in Drug Prohibition, Entitlements
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Voluntary Sector and Violent Sector

By: Perry Willis -

Why Voluntary Sector and Violent Sector are superior terms to public sector and private sector.

Posted in Our Lexicon, Strategy, Tactics
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Why you need people to disagree with you

By: Perry Willis -

The method behind our madness.

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