10 Years After This City Seized A Woman’s Land: An Empty Lot

Connor D. Wolf The Libertarian Republic 6/24/2015

It’s been a decade since the city of New London, Conn. forcibly took the Fort Trumbull neighborhood for what became private-development, and now all that remains is an empty lot.

In 1998, the area surrounding the waterfront neighborhood saw an increased surge of economic development. This prompted city […]

May 1st Should be Remembered as Victims of Communism Day

Rob Port Say Anything Blog 5/1/2012

Since 2007 Ilya Somin has been using the occasion of May 1st, the traditional day of international solidarity for the world’s labor and socialist movements, to commemorate the victims of that horrendous ideology.

He calls it the Victims of Communism Day, and he hopes we will begin to commemorate […]

Progressives planning intense assault on Constitution

Anthony Martin Conservative Examiner 7/6/2011

Since the Presidential campaign of 2008 conservatives have complained that the U.S. Constitution has been under assault by progressives who view the document as a roadblock to the implementation of their goals. Obama stated that the Constitution is flawed because it restricts government power to encroach on the individual rights […]