The Other Panama Papers: Playing hide & seek with psychopaths

The recent exposé of money laundering, tax dodging and asset hiding by the global ruling criminal classes in the leaked Panama Papers should have opened all previously sleeping eyes to the reality of governments and the psychopaths who run them. What the Panama Papers really didn’t document was how these so-called world “leaders” got filthy rich in the first place; by trading political power for bribes, influence for payoffs, and in many cases by raiding their own countries’ treasuries and funneling the loot into offshore accounts. But there is another…

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Voluntaryist comic book heroes are ‘Shielding Assange’

The Voluntaryist comic book superheroes are back and they’re continuing to set the standard of what it really means to be a superhero; it means fighting against everyone who seeks to dominate others through coercion, intimidation and fraud. If today you embrace the Non-Aggression Principle of the Modern American Libertarian Movement that includes the right to use defensive force against aggressors but grew up on every kind, color, shape and capability of yesterday’s comic book superheroes be very thankful for The Voluntaryists. Be thankful because now with the Voluntaryists you…

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Vote outsider corporate person Goldman Sachs for President

Satire (?) Why shouldn’t Goldman Sachs be president? Goldman Sachs is a person (albeit a “corporate person”), a natural born American, and best of all is an “outsider.” Goldman Sachs qualifies for the presidency in every way. Looking back the sticky tab “outsider” in Election 2016 proved to be a very nebulous concept. It apparently meant that it’s okay to take big bucks from corporatist special interests and it’s okay to be Adam’s apple deep in politics. Ted Cruz said he’s a political outsider because he’s merely a first term…

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YAL pushes back at campus free speech haters

  The student campus group Young Americans for Liberty has acquired the exclusive right to screen the film Can We Take a Joke? on college campuses across America before it’s released in theaters later this year. The film is a documentary that challenges current campus speech codes and pushes back against the rage of the perpetually offended obsessive-compulsive coercive Political Correctness Junkies who want to shout down everyone who disagrees with them. The purpose behind the YAL activism is two-fold: To reform unconstitutional speech codes and terminate “Free Speech zones”…

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