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Guest Post: A Five-Part Plan For Fixing America’s Health Care System

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Today’s post was written by regular commenter Dr. Gregory Tetrault (aka “Dr. T”). Dr. Tetrault is a clinical pathologist who has directed four different medical laboratories since 1989. He was an Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Tennessee Medical Center until 2009. His plan below is, IMHO, a realistic way [...]

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Point: You Cheering In The Streets Is No Different Than When They Do It

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

The following is a continuation of The Liberty Papers’ “Point/Counterpoint” series. In this feature, two contributors (or, as in this case, a contributor and a guest) of semi-like mind debate a specific point of view. Today’s Point is provided by regular reader and commenter Jeff Molby, who wrote in response to a friend and offered [...]

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GUEST COLUMN: Racial minorities and socio-economically disadvantaged targeted for eminent domain abuses in Alabama

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

BY DAVID BEITO What is happening in the cradle of the modern civil rights movement?   Jimmy McCall would like to know.  ”It was more my dream house,” he laments, “and the city tore it down….It reminds me of how they used to mistreat black people in the Old South.”  In 1955, Rosa Parks took on [...]

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Treatise on Property Tax Through Fiat Currencies

Tuesday, November 13th, 2007

Below, please enjoy a guest article by Clayton Slade. Clayton is in the information technology field by trade, but has been an economics/finance buff for most of his life, as well as a believer in liberty and the free market. Clayton’s article succinctly explains a rather complex concept rarely discussed, the effect of inflation as [...]

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“You Like Europe’s Health Care So Much? Then Go Live There”

Wednesday, August 1st, 2007

I use the above phrase to attack socialized medicine a lot. I’m not trying to be hostile or sarcastic when I say this. I’m not trying to convey an “America…love it or leave it” type message, nor am I interested in cutting off the debate about the problems with health care in this country, which [...]

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Point: The Constitution Is A Living Document

Wednesday, June 27th, 2007

In the United States, a document–the Constitution of the United States, the Supreme Law of the Land–binds us, the people, when we are granted citizenship. By becoming citizens of this great nation, we assure ourselves the protections outlined by this document. Unfortunately, many citizens forget these inalienable rights. However, there are some that have not. [...]

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