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Positive and Negative Liberty

Negative liberty is the absence of obstacles, barriers or constraints. One has negative liberty to the extent that actions are available to one in this negative sense. Positive liberty is the possibility of acting — or the fact of acting — in such a way as to take control of one’s life and realize one’s […]

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Freedom!

Freedom! Liberty! These words connote a forceful and positive vibrance that anyone would be insane to deny as a pinnacle of human values. Within the spectrum of perspectives regarding the nature of man and the implicit social contract that emerges upon the co-existence of individuals, it is safe to say that freedom is ultimately the […]

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Osborne with a Silver Spoon

In a stereotypically feeble move recently, Chancellor George Osborne has pledged to “get tough” on banking regulations. He’s proposed a law which supposedly forces banks to stop what he calls “casino” banking, in response to the shocking LIBOR fixing scandal proliferated by RBS and other major banking institutions recently. Osborne hopes this will prevent any […]

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Libertarianism

Libertarianism, in the strict sense, is the moral view that agents initially fully own themselves and have certain moral powers to acquire property rights in external things. Its main principle is that each agent has a right to maximum equal empirical negative liberty, where empirical negative liberty is the absence of forcible interference from other […]

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An Introduction to Meritocratic Democracy

Any rational person can see that our world in terms of human experience is disturbingly botched. Oppression is the rampant reality under a global pretense of equality, rendering impossible any healthy and altruistic society, as a few rich elites improve the ease of their lifestyles at the expense of the poor. Slavery, war, disease, famine, […]

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Communism

Communism (from Latin communis – common, universal) is a revolutionary socialist movement intended to create a classless, moneyless, and stateless social order structured upon common ownership of the means of production, as well as a social, political and economic ideology that aims at the establishment of this social order. This movement, in its Marxist-Leninist interpretations, significantly influenced the […]

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Death Tax for the Top 1%

All assets and estates worth under $1,000,000 are exempt from 100% Inheritance Tax for at least two generations. You keep your property and are able to pass it on to your children if they wish to stay there. During this time the republic will have generated considerable wealth; this means you and your children will […]

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Meritocracy in 100 Words

The meaning of Meritocracy, from the minds of Meritocrats: “…united by reason and distinguished by talent.”

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Meritocracy FAQ

Meritocracy FAQs

Aren’t the meritorious already running society? Politicians don’t have merit as leaders because they don’t care about you and don’t act for your benefit. Even if politicians wanted to improve the world, none of them are smart enough to do it. Career politicians specialize in smiling and shaking hands; they are two-faced power brokers who […]

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