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Essays

For the Republicans

For the Democrats

For the Libertarians

Black Collar Crime

Reform Party

Green Party

Men and Women

For Minorities

For the Youth

For the Disallusioned

For Scientists

For the religious

The Real Issues

Preamble

Bill of Rights

Divide and Conquer

Coke and Pepsi

Shepherds

Gridlock

Equality

Football

Police State

Prison Nation

Libertarians New and Old

Hot button non issues

Illusions

Informed Choices

Big

Petitions

Plutocracy

By the Sword

Originalist

Stare Decisis

Eddington

Death Row

Education

War and Peace

I’ll be There

All Lives Matter

Liberty and Poverty

Self Sufficiency

Speeches

Websites

My plan is to publish a book of essays, but those which are directly pertinant to newlibertarians.com will be available here.

“Preamble” is an essay about the 52 most important words ever written in the English Language- which states the powers and purpose of the most advanced civilization in the history of the world, proposed by its Founders. Every American should be able to recite it by heart.

“Bill of Rights” in a mere 275 words the Founders put strict limits on the powers of this government and defined Human Rights and in so doing made America a Free Country. Every American should know what’s in it, and carry a copy in his pocket in case he encounters police who don’t.

“Divide and Conquer” is the ancient Imperial Roman method which enabled it to tax and control many different races, religions and tribal structures, and it is the method used by the “Big Money” to control the American Electorate and subvert democratic elections today.

“Coke and Pepsi” makes the argument made by Theodore Roosevelt, Ross Perot and Ralph Nader “There’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the two major parties.” The supply-side argument.

“Shepherds” makes the demand-side argument.

“Gridlock” is the intended result of employing the “divide and conquer” method, preventing change.

“Political Football” and is a satyric depiction of the motivations and methods employed by the Republicans and the Democrats and their Plutocrat “puppeteers” to divide the electorate, neutralize opposition, prevent change- and get rich.

“Police State” is a serious essay about America’s increasingly totalitarian future, unless we do something to stop it, what we must do to stop it.

“Prison Nation” suggests that the 30 year building boom of for profit prisons currently justified by the “War on Drugs” isn’t meant to protect society from crime as much as it is to be ready to crush protests when the American people finally get fed up with the status quo and try to do something about it.

“Libertarians New and Old” is about our plan to turn the 5% American Libertarian party into a majority party by 2020.

Developer note: make a page for each essay, with page nav links imbedded.

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