Month: December 2013

Is Slavery All That Bad? by Bill Buppert

  The pillars of the abolitionist community in the US and the world are deceptively simple and not much different from the anarcho-capitalist community with minor variations. The philosophical precepts do not require the enormous gyrations, intellectual sleight-of-hand and economic illiteracy that seems necessary to justify the collectivist regimes ranging from communism to socialism to …

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The Twenty First Century Abolitionist Project: Slavery and Taxation by Bill Buppert

  “That no government, so called, can reasonably be trusted, or reasonably be supposed to have honest purposes in view, any longer than it depends wholly upon voluntary support.” Lysander Spooner This essay is an incendiary device.  My muse is Wilberforce and the subject is the abolition of the last existing institution of slavery in …

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