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Rustic living against living regulations

By William R. Toler Eustace Conway is a simple man. He lives off the land in the mountains of North Carolina and teaches others to do the same. But leave it to government to get in the way of someone’s … Continue reading

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Profanity fine leads to planned protest

By William R. Toler WARNING: In the spirit of free speech, this post is completely uncensored. A recent decision by a Massachusetts town to fine foul language has spurred a massive, planned showing of civil disobedience. Liberty activist Adam Kokesh … Continue reading

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No cameras in Keene court

By William R. Toler A New Hampshire judge has banned the use of cameras and other recording equipment in the Cheshire County. According to FreeKeene.com, an administrative judge from the Circuit Court issued an “unsigned” order Friday that places a … Continue reading

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