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The Crime of Charging Customers Too Little in Florida

by Larry Salzman Do we really need laws that prohibit entrepreneurs from charging consumers too little? PLF’s economic liberty project challenges so-called “minimum price” laws that do just that. These laws are rich examples of cronyism and, unfortunately, a Florida state appellate court decision upheld one this week. PLF had filed an amicus brief urging […]

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Moody’s Places Port St. Lucie Under Downgrade Review

Not surprising given all the investment failures of City Hall doling out your money. Moody’s Investors Service has placed the ratings on Port St. Lucie, FL’s general obligation, non-ad valorem, lease and guaranteed debt on review for downgrade. The review is driven by ongoing litigation and economic fallout from the collapse of a start-up research […]

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The Militarization of Occupied America

A contributor to National Review — the CIA-funded official conservative journal — pleads with fellow conservatives to understand that the police are just as corrupt as the rest of the government they criticize. Source: Freedom zealot podcast february 12 2016 – FreedomZealot – Kiwi6 Mp3 Upload

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Fort Pierce Approves Site Plan for Private Marina at Harbour Cove w/ VIDEO

Not too long ago Harbour Isle was built with promises of balancing the high density development with a retail center complete with grocery store and a bank. They haven’t yet fulfilled those plans. But busybody Harbour Isle residents have found plenty of time to find things to complain about. For one the residents complain about […]

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