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The final push against the TSA in Texas

I have been at the forefront of fighting the TSA’s “enhanced security” theater in Texas for some time. We have …

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Texas House passes legislation banning Security-Theatre Patdowns

David Simpson, the heroic Texas representative who is taking a serious lead in fighting back against the TSA and more …

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Should I be thanking God that Bin Laden is dead?

After a brutal week of nature-induced devastation in the deep South and continuation of military-induced devastation in Libya, America began …

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Action Alert: Support measures to criminalize TSA abuses TODAY

I do not normally post stuff this intensely “legislative” on LCC, but today is an exception.  StopAustinScanners.org calls to action …

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News of the Week: Potpourri of Sorts

Recapping the interesting and noteworthy happenings of the last week. Dilbert author Scott Adams finally explains how to get a …

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News of the Week: Saved from Doom!!!

Highlighting the interesting and notable events of the past week… I love this post by my dear friend Anthony Gregory …

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Libertarians call for permanent government shutdown

The Libertarian Party issued the following press release this afternoon. It’s pretty good, with one particular flaw but enjoyable nonetheless. …

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Another war?

Jon Stewart tells it like it is. Pardon the colorful language (it is bleeped out), but this is great.

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The Bleeding Heart Conversation

I couldn’t be more excited about the conversation going on at the Bleeding Heart Libertarians blog. The BHL blog is an …

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News of the Week: Austrian Scholars Conference 2011

Recapping and highlighting the interesting news this week. I have been in Auburn, Alabama this week attending the Austrian Scholars …

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News of the Week: On Productivity and Science

Recapping the interesting and noteworthy events of the past week. I love Cal Newport’s Study Hacks blog. He is an …

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News of the Week: 400th Anniversary of the King James Version

Recapping the interesting and noteworthy events of the past week. Laurence Vance informed me this past week that this year …

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News of the Week: Egypt throws the blokes out

Recapping the interesting and noteworthy events of the past week. Mubarak quits. That’s the news, folks. I’m not sure anything …

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News of the Week: Rethinking Reagan

Recapping the interesting and noteworthy events of the past week. In this edition, we take a retrospective look at conservative …

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Keep TSA Scanners Out of Austin

Here’s a special message from www.tsatyranny.com. Even if you don’t live in Texas, you can have an effect – you …

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News of the Week: Walk like a rioting Egyptian

Recapping the interesting news and stories of the past week. Egyptians are rioting in protest of corruption and terrible economic …

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Meet Doug Stuart

Norman’s Note: I have been blessed to get to know Doug Stuart over the last year, and what a pleasure …

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Against Net Neutrality

December 21, 2010, the FCC voted 3-2 for new measures regulating how content is transferred over the internet. Stephan Kinsella’s …

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News of the Week: Dec. 5–11, 2010

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. Once again, Wikileaks is dominating the internet. Its so crazy …

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New Jersey proposes legislation to restrict TSA pat-downs and scanners

New Jersey State Senator Mike Doherty (R-23) introduced three pieces of legislation that will limit the power of the TSA …

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News of the Week: November 30 to December 4, 2010

Recapping interesting things in the news and on the net in the past week. Clearly, the big news item this …

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange influenced by libertarianism

Andy Greenberg has a fascinating interview with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange posted at Forbes.com. Assange states that he has been …

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Wikileaks releases embarrassing diplomatic cables, governments unsurprisingly continue to hate them.

The whistleblowing organization Wikileaks has released their latest expose on the unseemly activities of governments around the world. And surprise …

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News of the Week: November 21 to 27, 2010

Recapping interesting things in the news and on the net in the past week. LRC reminds us that the war …

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TSA turns off its X-ray scanners?

Gizmodo reports that many fliers are finding that the X-ray scanners and groping “security” measures are not in place today… …

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