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The media and academia use language in a perverted way. These linguistic perversions are a key way the political-industrial complex controls the American mind.
We aim to straighten out public thinking by exposing the twisted ways our cultural agenda setters abuse language. Many of our Mental Lever mini-articles are devoted to this task.
Imagine if people stopped using the perversions and started using our terms instead. This change can start with you.
- Does statist cooperation reduce to this? “Let me cooperate your face into a bloody pulp.”
- Does the word compassion mean what statists think it means?
- What is the central principle of current politics? Once you know the name, you may want to use it daily.
- Is murder essential to statist law enforcement? Here’s another thing you should talk about every chance you get.
Our Mental Levers are mini-articles that present key libertarian ideas in bite-size chunks. Absorb them. Use them. Share them with others.
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