Category Archive: broken government

Dec 07

Dale Davenport witnessed police brutality in Dallas, Texas. The day after he testified in court, Dallas police officers blocked his business with swarms of cop cars and a bullet was fired through his window

By Roger Roots As a crusading libertarian lawyer I often get phone calls from people who tell me they want to sue their local government officials in their snake pit of municipal corruption. They always have heartbreaking stories of City Hall stealing, robbing or destroying their homes, families or businesses. I generally have to tell …

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Dec 07

Latvian government JAILS rival politician upon grounds of holding “unsafe” meeting!

“COVID-19” is the gift that keeps on giving for tyrants worldwide. Latvian police have arrested the country’s main opposition leader, Aldis Gobzems, on grounds that he had an “unannounced assembly” where COVID safety requirements weren’t met. Powermad Latvian officials recently enacted a law BANNING elected legislators from Parliament if they are “unvaccinated” with COVID-19 treatment …

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Oct 17

The U.S. government used control over the mail to manipulate elections from the beginning

BREAKING: Another U.S. Postal worker has been caught destroying more election ballots. Last week, U.S. Postal workers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey were caught destroying and misdirecting U.S. mail–including election ballots. Now another USPS deliveryman has been arrested for trying to destroy more ballots, in Kentucky. “A construction worker found about 112 unopened ballots and …

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Aug 29

California has the most government-controlled electrical grid in the U.S. It is also the most dangerous, unpredictable, and expensive.

California’s government regulates energy more than any other state. This regulation is now causing massive blackouts, suffering, poverty and death. “California officials endlessly promote this state as “leading the world in the fight against climate change.” Yet as of this writing, many Californians are in their fourth night of energy blackouts.” Like Venezuela, the Golden …

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Jun 15

Gallup poll shows American pride has fallen to record lows

U.S. government spending grew by record amounts in the past four months. President Trump set new records as history’s biggest spending politician. Governors throughout the United States dove to new levels of power–controlling the movements, housing, occupations, business lives, shopping choices, and spending of every non-government resident. For the first time in history, American governors …

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Apr 26

When government takes over agriculture: millions stand in food lines while millions more pounds of food rots and farmers go broke

A shocking story in Politico details the utter lunacy of the U.S. government’s COVID-19 measures on American agriculture. In a free market, agricultural producers stay tuned to demand from grocery markets and restaurants. Farmers supply foodstuffs in close relation to market signals from months or seasons earlier. But in a government-directed, centrally planned economy, government …

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Dec 28

Socialist Baltimore sets all-time homicide record

Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure. Get ready for some astounding statistics: Murder rates have generally declined across America since the 1990s. But one city—Baltimore—has set its all-time per capita homicide rate in 2019. Newspapers ponder the cause. It isn’t population density. Baltimore has LOST population since the 1980s as its most …

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Nov 18

Montana legislature creates multi-million-dollar agency, stops all boats on highways, can’t find any invasive mussels

Montana’s voters, like those almost everywhere, have repeatedly voted for Republican politicians who promised “limited government.” The Montana legislature has been controlled by these “limited government Republicans” for more than a quarter century. Yet the legislature has grown Montana’s government faster than the rate of inflation for decades. Indeed, Montana’s legislature has grown government faster …

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Oct 11

Remember those claims that government had to take over the internet to ensure equal access? California’s PG&E just showed why “Net Neutrality” is a bad idea

Shortly after the development of electricity as a viable means of household energy, governments sought to regulate it. Soon every state required electricity providers to get permission from “public utility” commissions. Then came government control over pricing, profits and implementation. Today’s electrical companies are essentially monopolies—with government licenses. Later studies debunked the government arguments—too late. …

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Aug 14

U.S. Postal Service on Pace to Lose $8 Billion in 2019

The U.S. Postal Service enjoys every advantage in the marketplace. It pays no property, income, or corporate taxes. It owns and occupies some of the world’s most strategic and prestigious real estate It has an unconstitutional monopoly on first-class letter delivery. (By contrast, its package-delivery competitor FedEx pays billions annually in taxes.) (To put these …

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