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Bell County political activist, candidate training scheduled (TX)

Despite no firm date for the Texas primary, the election cycle is underway with anticipation of a politically-charged 2012.  To educate citizens about the process, an activist training session and a candidate training session are scheduled 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Belton La Quinta, I-35 at West Loop 121 (exit Keep Reading…

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Is government making entrepreneurs do useless things?

The Institute for Justice is the nation’s only libertarian public interest law firm.  Per their web site: …we engage in cutting-edge litigation and advocacy both in the courts of law and in the court of public opinion on behalf of individuals whose most basic rights are denied by the government–like the right to earn an Keep Reading…

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Tennessee judicial reform ahead?

As problems with the Tennessee judiciary are a regular topic here at Estate of Denial®, this post from Memphis’ The Daily News was noted with interest: GOP Proposals Take Aim at Tennessee Courts Republicans in the Tennessee Legislature are taking a close look at the judiciary branch this year, with several proposals expected to be Keep Reading…

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Video addresses ‘Cronyism in America’

Courtroom cronyism is certainly a frequent factor in the abusive probate cases discussed here at Estate of Denial® .  EconomicFreedom.org describes cronyism as follows: Cronyism occurs when an individual or organization colludes with government officials to get forced benefits they could not have otherwise obtained voluntarily. Those benefits come at the expense of consumers, taxpayers, Keep Reading…

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Government v. the people: assault on economic freedom, property rights continues

The Cato Institute’s Julian Sanchez provides important perspective regarding public outcries over the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT-IP Act (PIPA) by reminding of how the FBI already has significant power when it comes to internet regulation.  That certainly doesn’t mean that apparently successful protests over these two acts weren’t a good thing, but Keep Reading…

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