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Violence in Defense of Liberty?

 I began An Act of Self-Defense in 2002 not long after passage of the Patriot Act. I did not mean the novel to be prophetic nor did I hope to inspire a violent revolution. I did want to warn of … Continue reading

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Libertarian Lexicon

I loved “An Act of Self-Defense” but I wonder: are you a libertarian and what is a libertarian? Can you site some good examples why “self-ownership is a primary necessity?” – Phil Ly Yes, Phil, I am a libertarian and … Continue reading

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Individual Liberty is in Danger

I’ve been asked why I wrote An Act of Self Defense. Individual liberty is in danger, primarily because it is not understood. Liberty appears to mean different things to different people. But it should not. Liberty is the freedom to … Continue reading

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