Category Archives: Pittsburgh

The Definition of Insanity: LP Presidential Debate on The War on Drugs

Here’s some very sober thinking on the Drug War at a recent Libertarian presidential candidate debate. Sober thinking on a crucial subject while Congress is busy-bodying itself on steroid scandals.

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A Note to Disgruntled Republicans About Liberty

Every Republican I’ve spoken to is mystified that John McCain has sewn up the Republican nomination. For his entire career, he has been more statist on both domestic and foreign policy than even the typical Republican. He has been considered … Continue reading

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Antitrust Laws Actually Promote Monopoly

We thank the Three Rivers Post and Standard for Allowing this reprint of their material on our site. Above is a worthy discussion about the anti-consumer / pro big and connected business fraud that is anti-monopoly legislation with Ron Paul. … Continue reading

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January 24, 2008 Letters to the Editor Pittsburgh Business Times 2313 East Carson Street, Suite 200 Pittsburgh, PA 15203 Dear Editor, With regard to the recent article on the development of the Don Allen site at Baum and Liberty, it … Continue reading

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Government Monopolies Don’t Like Competition

So in the land of free, you think you might be able to play a little poker, especially to raise money for a charitable cause… Well, unless the “Land of the Free” is a slogan in memory only. That’s the … Continue reading

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Eminent Domain Gone Wild

Pittsburgh residents are all too familiar with “eminent domain”, the constitutionally sanctioned practice where governments take private land for legitimate public uses. Traditionally, that’s meant things like roads and schools. Over the past several decades, however, governments have gone hog … Continue reading

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More Consumer Freedom for Beer Sales

A recent poll was commissioned by the Malt Beverage Distributors Association of Pennsylvania [MBDAP] to gage public sentiment on allowing beer sales in supermarkets and convenience stores. The poll, run by Terry Moddonna’s opinion research firm, found that a majority … Continue reading

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Medical Marijuana: Medicine or Freedom?

Here’s a clip from the comedian Drew Carey produced by reason.tv on Medical Marijuana and Marijuana illegality in general. Notice the people interviewed about their use for medicinal purposes. These people are not the animals Drug War zealots want you … Continue reading

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Free Market Thinking on Commuter Gridlock

16 miles from work takes an hour and a half to commute? Here is another clip from Drew Carey on Reason.TV discussing how gridlock can be alleviated with libertarian minded solutions. Pittsburgh may not be so bad as L.A., but … Continue reading

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We Can’t Argue With Ron Paul

Why would a Libertarian Party website post a video of a Republican presidential candidate? He may be a Republican by Party, but he’s Libertarian by action. Libertarians believe the job of government is exclusively to protect the freedom, liberty, and … Continue reading

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