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The Rule of Men

**This was originally published on Porcupine Musings.** This past Thursday regulators overseeing the US school lunch program graciously decided to “permanently” ease restrictions added to the school lunch program only 4 years ago. The changes initiated in 2010 were a part of …

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Target Your Message

**This was originally published at BrettBittner.com . I was asked to share some of my “secrets to success” with regard to my election and subsequent re-election.** I was re-elected on Tuesday. I ran for re-election against not one, but TWO, opponents …

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Leave My Genes Alone

This was originally posted on Porcupine Musings. The aphorism “No good deed goes unpunished” has its counterpart when applied to business, “No good innovation can remain unscathed by the FDA.” To wit: last week the Food and Drug Administration all but ordered the …

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The Wager

This year, our Executive Director and our Chairman will be rooting for different sides in the Georgia-Georgia Tech game on Saturday, November 30th for the first time. As many of you know, our Chairman Doug Craig is a BIG yellow …

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Vote With Your Wallet

This was originally published by Rich Sullivan, a strong supporter of the Libertarian Party, on his Tumblr. Re-published with permission. Maybe the only thing more embarrassing than seriously considering putting one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects on your magazine …

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Which Libertarian Are You?

Originally posted at BrettBittner.com and UnitedLiberty.org. Republished with permission. As the libertarian philosophy gains popularity in response to the repeated failures of government, we need to define which type of libertarians we want to be. Our numbers are growing, and as we …

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Incentives and Taxes

This was originally published at Porcupine Musings. Bill O’Reilly is disingenuous when he says high taxes might compel him to quit his lucrative job. Although there is a level where taxes can have that effect (why engage in challenging work if taxes …

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Safety vs. Liberty

This was originally published at Porcupine-Musings.org Fear. Fear is paradoxically a powerful motivator and pacifier. It compels us to fight back but sometimes can lull us into complacency if we believe such complacency will protect us. It was recently revealed that the …

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