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Ramblings on redistribution

By Eric Voliva How can you discuss freedom with someone who believes they have a right to claim part of your labor, your intellectual property, the sum of your effort and ingenuity? Not talking about taxation specifically, but about individuals … Continue reading

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NCSU Free Expression Tunnel censored by students

By William R. Toler In a bit of First Amendment irony, the Free Expression Tunnel at North Carolina State University was censored by students after “offensive images and slurs” were painted on its walls. According to the college’s paper the … Continue reading

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