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  1. Mike Gogulski

    I posted a little illustration on the nature of the state: The penalty is always death

    Oh and I figured out how to make pingbacks work on my blog, hooray!

  2. Jeremy Trombley

    I wrote a post defending materialism and suggesting that our society is not genuinely materialistic as people so often complain. Also, kind of related to this, I posted a video called More by Mark Osborne.

  3. Bob Kaercher

    I recently discoursed on the probability of an all-out American police state replete with concentration camps, etc., prompted by Christopher Ketcham’s recent article for Radar Online.

    I also would like to take the opportunity to highlight two other recent blog posts of mine: On the upcoming Chicago Peacefest ’08, and efforts under way by Soviet Onion and myself to found a Chicago area/northwest Indiana/southern Wisconsin chapter of the Alliance of the Libertarian Left.

    If you’re in the area and interested, please drop me an e-mail at snafublogger@gmail.com. We eventually want to work out a convenient location at which we can all meet and engage in discussion of ideas for activism.

    Charles has already been kind enough to set up a web site domain for us.

  4. David Z

    I did some pondering on the airplane from LA to Detroit, and wrote a bit about the invisible hand and the unfree market, in A Million Fucking Reasons .

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