Tag Archives: Property Rights

Ask Phillip Williams: Larry Garfield- Other People’s Money (1991) ‘Failure to Innovate, Obsolescence’

“Larry the Liquidator discusses how to kill a company.” From Ask Phillip Williams Larry Garfield (played by Danny DeVito) is right about one thing in this speech (and that might be the only thing) which is when you stop innovating and … Continue reading

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Politics & Prose: John Leland- ‘Happiness Is A Choice You Make’

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat I believe in the cliche life is a highway and then add Tom Cochrane’s line, I want to ride it all night long. On the highway of life ( to … Continue reading

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The Rubin Report: Dave Rubin Interviewing Steve Davies- The Difference Between Classical Liberals & Libertarians

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat I’m cool with being labeled either a Classical Liberal or a Liberal. Just don’t call me a Libertarian, if you what’s good for you! ( Ha, ha ) I’m a … Continue reading

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John Stossel: Who Owns Your Body?

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat I’m going to paraphrase political humorist P.J. O’Rourke on this. I’m very conservative socially in the sense that I live a conservative lifestyle. I don’t even smoke tobacco or drink alcohol, … Continue reading

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The Bully Pulpit: JR Benjamin- Gore Vidal: ‘Rioting in Understatement’

“The two parties, which are really one party, cannot be put to use. They are the country’s ownership made carnival. Can the united action of individual citizens regain some control over government? I think so. But it won’t be easy, … Continue reading

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Reason Magazine: Nick Gillespie Interviewing Frank Furedi- College Students Think Freedom is Not a Big Deal

Source: This piece was originally posted at The Daily Review As someone who didn’t even graduate college I’m probably not the right spokesperson for this, (to say the least) but I’ve always believed that college is supposed to be a … Continue reading

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The Independent Institute: Kyle Swan- Private Property Rights

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat Libertarian Economist Walter Williams once said something that I actually agree with. He was talking about property rights and extended them to one’s self and one’s body. That the individual … Continue reading

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Moyers and Company: Video: Harvey J. Kaye: Fighting For The Four Freedoms

. Even though I think I know what the so-called progressive idea of freedom is today, I would like to hear it from them. And better yet someone who a true Progressive and not a Socialist or Social Democrat more … Continue reading

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Common Sense Capitalism: Video: Milton Friedman: Limits to Freedom

Ederik Schneider on Google+ The New Democrat on Facebook The New Democrat on Twitter This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger Ethical limits on freedom of personal action prohibit the hurting  of innocent people, intentionally or … Continue reading

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The Federalist: Opinion: Fred Cole: Sometimes You Have To Question This Whole Freedom Thing

The Federalist: Opinion: Fred Cole: Sometimes You Have To Question This Whole Freedom Thing Rik Schneider on Google+ The New Democrat on Facebook The New Democrat on Twitter I read both sides of the political spectrum, all the way from … Continue reading

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