“To take a man’s property without his consent, and then to infer his consent because he attempts, by voting, to prevent that property from being used to his injury, is a very insufficient proof of his consent to support the Constitution. It is, in fact, no proof at all. ” No Treason, No. 6 | LysanderSpooner.org

To take a man’s property without his consent, and then to infer his consent because he attempts, by voting, to prevent that property from being

“Would the fact of weak income recovery in the middle class be of less concern if incomes at the top had fallen by, say, twenty percent rather than rising by two percent?” Steven Rattner’s Missing Case for Reducing Inequality | e21 – Economic Policies for the 21st Century

Rattner is concerned that incomes below the top ten percent have fallen while they have risen a smidge at the top. But for inequality to

“and these crimes have culminated in a war that has cost a million of lives; a war carried on, upon one side, for chattel slavery, and on the other for political slavery; upon neither for liberty, justice, or truth.” No Treason, No. 2 | LysanderSpooner.org

The result — and a natural one — has been that we have had governments, State and national, devoted to nearly every grade and species

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