“Sterilization and the Supreme Court: Buck v. Bell”

The effects of the Buck v. Bell decision were widespread, with dozens of states either adding sterilization statutes or updating pre-existing ones. Furthermore, the man whose model for sterilization, or at least a very close copy, was implemented in Virginia, Harry Laughlin, was publicly lauded by the Third Reich. He was even awarded an honorary … Continue reading “Sterilization and the Supreme Court: Buck v. Bell”

“The Failures of Constitutionalism”

Image: http://www.izquotes.com {Also see: The Constitution Con} Whereas many constitutionalists want to return america to a time and culture that only truly exists in fiction, radical libertarians realize that this project was flawed from the start and the only way to achieve true freedom is through abolishing the constitution and starting anew. The Failures of … Continue reading “The Failures of Constitutionalism”

Amazon v Seattle: 7,000 jobs under threat as retail giant protests homeless tax — RT US News

Once upon a time, I was screwed up enough to believe in a literal heaven and hell. Of course, at that time, I was also screwed up enough to still believe, although weakly, in this government, which is just one more religious, faith-based belief: Statism. But there are times, like at this very moment, when … Continue reading Amazon v Seattle: 7,000 jobs under threat as retail giant protests homeless tax — RT US News

“Police Unleash ‘Brutal Attacks’ on Austerity Protesters in Storm-Ravaged Puerto Rico”

Writing for The Nation about the protests, the federal government’s “brutal austerity” agenda, and Sen. Bernie Sanders’ proposed alternative path, Nichols detailed the “inhumane and strikingly antidemocratic” moves that drove many Puerto Ricans to the streets on Tuesday. He writes: Established in 2016 after enthusiastic lobbying by House Speaker Paul Ryan and his cronies on … Continue reading “Police Unleash ‘Brutal Attacks’ on Austerity Protesters in Storm-Ravaged Puerto Rico”