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Treasure Coast & The Drug War: Born 100 Years Ago Today

The Drug War has its 100 year anniversary and the impact on the Treasure Coast is as bad as ever. Everyday people on the Treasure Coast are being held behind bars for victimless crimes as a result of failed prohibition policies. Mark Thornton, author of The Economics of Prohibition, discusses an overlooked piece of legislation […]

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PSL Wishes Happy Holiday by Locking People in Cages for Victimless Crimes

Happy Holidays from PSL Police. Was that Santa on your roof, a neighbor shooting a gun or a blown transformer? Maybe its someone doing something cops never do. Entering into voluntary transactions albeit for contraband. PSL Police is likely to respond to all with a SWAT team. Santa will be detained until determined he is […]

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Fort Pierce Repeats Failed Policies Subsidizing Favored Business

The failed Keynesian schemes keep getting regurgitated. Bureaucrats and government officials always like to brag about what they do with other people’s money. Residents should note what is unsaid. In this case Fort Pierce (and likely Saint Lucie County) has approved subsidies to a business that is not even local. No, like Digital Domain, Torrey […]

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Treasure Coast War on Freedom Report Early December

Seasons greetings from your government agents enforcing victimless crimes. 69 individuals have been accused of felonies for victimless crimes. 69 people may be spending Christmas in jail due to the War on Freedom. Happy Holidays from the Police State Saint Lucie Tallies 40 Benjamin Davis, 44, possession with intent to sell or deliver cocaine; possession […]

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All I Want for Christmas is a Real Government Shutdown

The political class breathed a sigh of relief Saturday when the US Senate averted a government shutdown by passing the $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill. This year’s omnibus resembles omnibuses of Christmas past in that it was drafted in secret, was full of special interest deals and disguised spending increases, and was voted on before […]

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The Case for Private Defense

Recent events surrounding Ferguson, Missouri and the choking death of Eric Garner have brought police misconduct to the forefront. Libertarians rightfully point out that police unlike private actors are largely immune from criminal prosecution, civil liability, or even losing their jobs. And because police forces obviously are not subject to market discipline, the incentives are all […]

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