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My Opening Remarks at the Ramapo College Income Tax Symposium

by The following was my opening statement at a symposium on the income tax that was held at Ramapo College on April 17, 2014, in honor of the book The Income Tax: Root of All Evil by Frank Chodorov, which was published in 1954: Two days ago, April 15, millions of Americans rushed to the Post Office to file their income tax returns and pay their ...

Income Tax Symposium at Ramapo College Today

by I have the pleasure of participating in an income tax symposium today honoring the 1954 publication of a great, timeless book entitled The Income Tax Root of All Evil by Frank Chodorov. The event is being held at Ramapo College of New Jersey, 505 Ramapo Valley Road, Mahway, NJ 07430. It begins at 6:30 p.m. with refreshments and registration, with the program itself beginning at ...

Was the 19th Century a Golden Age of Liberty?

by Whenever libertarians point out certain fundamental differences between 19th-century America and modern-day America, critics oftentimes reply, “The 19th century was not a golden age of liberty. There were many violations of libertarian principles during that time.” Such detractors, however, miss the point. Nobody is saying that the 19th century was a golden age of liberty. There was slavery, which obviously is the biggest violation of ...

Ukraine, Venezuela, and Chile

by In 1970, Salvador Allende, a self-avowed socialist-communist, was elected president in a three-way race in Chile. His election caused U.S. President Richard Nixon and the entire U.S. national-security state to go ballistic. Based on Allende’s record, they knew that he would never play a submissive and compliant role within the U.S. Empire. Concluding that Allende was a threat to U.S. “national security,” Nixon and ...

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The Libertarian Angle: Sanctions

FFF president Jacob Hornberger and FFF vice president Sheldon Richman discuss the horrible effects of governmental sanctions. The ...
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The Libertarian Angle: Sanctions

FFF president Jacob Hornberger and FFF vice president Sheldon Richman discuss the horrible effects of governmental sanctions. The ...

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