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Is The Allenstown, NH Public Library A Necessity?

Posted on November 16, 2013 - Filed Under Living Free | 39 Comments

I stumbled across a column in the November 14th issue of The Hooksett Banner by Amber Cushing, Director of the Allenstown Public Library.  The column does not seem to have been posted to the newspaper’s website, so I’m going to …

Ask An Anarchist: Cheat Out Of A Ticket

Posted on December 22, 2008 - Filed Under Ask An Anarchist, Living Free | 30 Comments

Part of the Ask An Anarchist Series -         Next in series

For some time now, I’ve been considering starting a series of posts answering questions that I’m often asked as an anarchist.  Kind of an Applied …

I’m A Liberty Lovin’ Celebrity!

Posted on September 24, 2008 - Filed Under Fatherhood, Living Free | 1 Comment

Okay, not really, but I kinda feel like one.  And it’s all thanks to my post, I’m Now A Silver AMPlifier For Free Talk Live.  But wait, I’m getting ahead of myself…

Over the weekend I got curious how …

9/11 – 3,000 People Killed By 300,000,000 Americans

Posted on September 11, 2008 - Filed Under Anarchy | 20 Comments

Yeah, you read that right. 

Today is the seventh anniversary of the day that 300 Million Americans were responsible for the deaths of 3,000 Americans. At this point you’re either right there with me or are assuming that I’m insane.  …

Victory For Liberty Or Typical Bureaucratic BS?

Posted on April 8, 2008 - Filed Under Living Free | Leave a Comment

While catching up on my favorite talk radio show, Free Talk Live, via podcast I came across the story of David Krouse, liberty lover and Free State Project member. The most succinct retelling of his story can be found …


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