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22 July 2014
   On Property Rights
   Neil Lock

In both cases, justly owned property has ultimately been earned through work. And this is so whether the work is physical or mental, and whether in business, in do-it-yourself or for a wage. So, all justly owned property can be traced back to part of someone’s life being expended in creating or improving it. For most people, who don’t receive big legacies from rich parents or uncles, this means that their property is the product of their own productive lives. For the lucky few, it’s a product of the lives of their forebears.
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21 July 2014
   Why is No Snoopers' Charter Important?
   Liberty

The two governing principles of our unconsolidated Constitution are parliamentary sovereignty and the Rule of Law. This Bill disrespects the first principle by containing a programme agreed between party leaders, denying the legislature time for scrutiny, amendment or even proper debate. The Bill shows contempt for the second principle by attempting to overrule rather than comply with a Court judgment.
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20 July 2014
   Open the Borders Now and Forever
   David S. D'Amato

Furthermore, arguments that see open borders as “forced integration” are especially spurious and unconvincing within the context we’re presented today, where governments themselves own and administer most of the land and the rest has been doled out to political favorites under a process in which proper homesteading has never been a real or important consideration. In their essence, anti-immigration arguments come to the laughable contention that merely due to accidents of birth which place some lucky group in one favored locale and others somewhere else, the fortunate group ought to be able to control and impede the movement of others.
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19 July 2014
   DRIP, DRIP, DRIP - where did our rights go?
   Liberty

Well, the status quo is bad enough. It’s also unlawful, as the EU Court of Justice confirmed in April when it said that blanket data retention was a breach of our basic human rights.

DRIP ignores the Court and recreates blanket surveillance powers that’ll affect all of us – allowing the Government to command retention of the entire population’s communications data for 12 months.

But the Bill goes much further. It grants Ministers astonishing new powers to pursue their thwarted “Snoopers’ Charter” – not just in the UK but across the globe.

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18 July 2014
   The Question Is, Why Should ANYONE Trust the Government?
   Kevin Carson

So why should anyone trust the US government? It’s been the tool of one economic ruling class or another ever since the big merchants, bond holders, land barons and slave owners at Philadelphia created it. At the most delusional height of confidence in government, it was promoting torture, murder, terror and tyranny to defend a neocolonial world order — and it never stopped doing that. Indeed, the state takes advantage of every increase in public trust to ramp up its criminal activities.

So maybe popular distrust of government isn’t such a bad thing.

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