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Living Freedom by Claire Wolfe. Musings about personal freedom and finding it within ourselves.

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Friday links

Friday, January 11th, 2013

6 Responses to “Friday links”

  1. Stryder Says:

    I was going to read the “things that are more popular than Congress” article but I really don’t have the time to read something that long!

  2. MamaLiberty Says:

    The new Wyoming legislation proposal is indeed exciting. No guarantee they’ll pass it, of course. And no guarantee that the sheriffs and courts of WY will enforce it if they do. This same legislature is also ready to pass a 10 cent a gallon tax on our gasoline, among other infringments of our economic health… Don’t get your hopes up too high.

    They remain bureaucrats and politicians, even in Wyoming.

  3. Ellendra Says:

    While state-level tax increases aren’t good from an economic or freedom point of view, there are a few states that I think might be raising them so as to make a slightly smoother transition if and when the federal government crashes, or if they choose to secede.

    That is NOT meant to be an argument in favor of those taxes, just mentioning it as a possibility.

  4. Matt, another Says:

    300 cats? Nobody should be allowed to have a high capacity cat house. Cat houses should be regulated to less then 10 cats per house. There is no reasonable justification for that many cats, doesn’t matter if they are secure and harming nothing.

  5. Karen Says:

    I guess I’ve been in the forest too long. I had no idea what a Nickelback was. Isn’t Wikipedia wonderful. The saddest thing about the low approval ratings is that people keep reelecting them.

  6. IndividualAudienceMember Says:

    “high capacity cat house” – That’s funny.

    Regulating cats, I wonder if that’s how the farmer/butcher feels about the 1000 new regulations he has to understand and obey to remain in business? He sure wasn’t happy.

    The number 1000 is not a typo.

 
 


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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