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I wouldn't. I'd continue to add to my positions.
Do you prefer to make your own decisions, or do you prefer to have others dictate important personal decisions to you? It's really that simple."Libertarianism (Latin: liber, "free") is a political philosophy that upholds liberty as its principal objective. Libertarians seek to maximize autonomy and freedom of choice, emphasizing political freedom, voluntary association and the primacy of individual judgement.[1][2]"http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LibertarianismYou believe...
Not that you'll take the time to listen to this highly informative (and "myth busting") podcast, but I'll post the link in the spirit of optimism: http://tomwoods.com/podcast/ep-30-but-somalia/
Economics has been called the "dismal science" by Thomas Carlyle.
Johnson probably could've taken over the CEO position at American Apparel since Dov Charney was kicked out.
See things from my point of view. That question is inherently flawed because the notion of a successful government is at odds with everything I believe. Libertarianism is about minimizing government and maximizing freedom. The "ruling" political parties are about exercising power, whereas Libertarianism is the rejection of these centralized powers. Thus, I cannot answer your question because it makes no sense to me.
I reject the premise of your question. Define a "successful government".In rebuttal to the comment in question, I offer this quotation which has been attributed to both Thoreau and Jefferson: "That government is best which governs least."
What in the hell is a "successful government"? That is what we call an "oxymoron".
That is inaccurate. Without the Federal government there would not have been an AT&T monopoly. Telephones were already an established invention.http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_MeucciThere are excellent arguments to be made that America's telephone infrastructure development was slowed with the establishment of the AT&T monopoly. Lacking competition, the push for constant innovation simply wasn't there and once established, the telephone system languished until the...
You're really giving the hilarious TV series "Mr. Show" a bad name...We are in the mess we are in today thanks to Democrats and Republicans, not Libertarians.It is because of corporatism (aka crony capitalism) established and nurtured by Democrats and Republicans who serve themselves and their party instead of minimizing the corrupting influence of a large Federal government that decisions such as this one from the FCC can be dressed up and falsely called "Net neutrality"...
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