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Volume 18, No. 23                     December 10, 2013
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In This Issue

PRESIDENT'S CORNER
* December 15 Is Bill of Rights Day

INTELLECTUAL AMMUNITION
* Study: American Writers Self-Censoring Due to Fear of Gov’t Reprisal
* Survey: Americans Embracing Libertarian Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy
* Video: Hilarious Remy Lampoon of Obama's Broken Healthcare Promises
* FREE Libertarian E-Book: Why Liberty
 
THEY SAID IT: Holy cow, look what happened to the federal budget during the last 12 years.... Calling Mr. Orwell.... Gov't thinks we are idiots, says Walter Williams.... Nick Gillespie explodes minimum wage myths.... Young libertarians give John Stossel hope for the future.... Conan O'Brien laughs at Obama's latest (fictional) website.... 

PERSUASION POWER POINT #361 by Michael Cloud
Don't Quench Their Thirst With a Fire Hose

ASK DR. RUWART by Mary Ruwart
* What happens to farmers if we end government farm subsidies?

ONE-MINUTE LIBERTY TIP by Sharon Harris
* Comparisons: Questions That Make People Think

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* Upcoming: libertarian communication workshops
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President's Corner

by Sharon Harris







December 15 Is Bill of Rights Day
 
Dear friend, 
 
December 15 is "Bill of Rights Day" — a day to celebrate, honor and renew support for our precious Bill of Rights.
 
It was on December 15, 1791 that the Bill of Rights — the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution — went into effect.
 
One hundred and fifty years later, in 1941, December 15 was officially proclaimed Bill of Rights Day.
 
Some classrooms will hold Bill of Rights Day discussions, and some citizens and organizations will celebrate Bill of Rights Day. 
 
Still, most Americans remain tragically unaware of the significance of this date. As Chris Bliss of MyBillofRights.org observed in 2011: 
 
“The sad fact is that at this key crossroads in the life of our nation, the Bill of Rights is barely taught in our schools anymore, and is nowhere to be found in our public square. Worse, it is so uncelebrated in our public discourse that last December 15, while flipping through the morning news shows, I heard the following on no less than three networks: ‘It's December 15, and you know what that means? It's National Cupcake Day!’"
 
Ouch!
 
All Americans should be familiar with their Bill of Rights freedoms. Sadly, numerous surveys indicate most are not. A 1991 poll commissioned by the American Bar Association found that only 33% of Americans even knew what the Bill of Rights was. In one Gallup poll 70% did not know what the First Amendment was or what it dealt with. 
 
The Bill of Rights is, of course, the great protector of American liberties. It boldly declares that people have certain inalienable rights that government cannot abridge — fundamental rights like freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the right to keep and bear arms, and more. It also provides procedures for defending those rights — such as fair trials and limits on federal power.
 
The Bill of Rights doesn't belong just to America. It has inspired freedom fighters around the world. The Founders viewed their Revolution as the first blow in a struggle to win liberty for all the people of the world. The Bill of Rights is truly a document for everyone.
 
Thomas Jefferson made this clear in a letter to James Madison, December 20, 1787: "A bill of rights is what the people are entitled to against every government on earth, general or particular, and what no just government should refuse, or rest on inference."
 
Bill of Rights Day is a great time for letters to the editor pointing out the vital importance of our Bill of Rights freedoms — and urging citizens to stand up for the Bill of Rights and reject the too-often-heard calls by politicians to sacrifice our precious liberty for (alleged) security.
 
Bill of Rights Day is a great time for speeches, public events, and other creative celebrations. For talking with family, friends, colleagues about this American treasure. 
 
Here’s something that might be helpful. Several years ago students at Liberty Middle School in Ashley, Virginia prepared a short summary of the Bill of Rights.  
 
While this condensed version doesn't have the majesty, depth and detail of the entire document, it is short and easy to understand, and may be useful to you in discussions and letters. I’ve edited it just a bit.
 
THE BILL OF RIGHTS: First Ten Amendments to the Constitution
 
1. Freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, right to assemble peaceably, right to petition the government about grievances. 
2. Right to keep and bear arms. 
3. Citizens do not have to quarter soldiers during peacetime. 
4. No unreasonable searches and seizures. 
5. Rights of the accused. 
6. Right to a fair trial. 
7. Right to a trial by jury in civil cases also. 
8. No cruel and unusual punishments. 
9. Unenumerated rights go to the people. 
10. Reserves all powers not given to the national government to the states or the people.
 
As Adam Summers of the Reason Foundation observed in The Libertarian Perspective:
 
“The Founders must be spinning in their graves. Nearly everything the government does today is unconstitutional under the system they instituted. Governmental powers were expressly limited; individual liberties were not. Now it seems it is the other way around. …
 
“If the Bill of Rights is to regain its meaning, we must rededicate ourselves to the principles it asserts and be mindful that a government powerful enough to give us all we want is powerful enough to take away everything we have.” 

Let it begin with you. This December 15, remind all Americans that we are, as the National Constitution Center puts it, a nation of “Bill”-ionaires.
 
Happy Bill of Rights Day!
 
Yours for Liberty,

Sharon

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Intellectual Ammunition

by James W. Harris





Survey: Americans Embracing Libertarian Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy

Record numbers of Americans are embracing a libertarian, non-interventionist, Ron Paul-style foreign policy.  

That's the startling, but very welcome, finding of a new poll conducted by the Pew Research Center in conjunction with the Council on Foreign Relations. 

Fully 52% of Americans — a solid majority — now say the United States "should mind its own business internationally and let other countries get along the best they can on their own." Just 38% disagree with that statement. 

Pew sums up: "This is the most lopsided balance in favor of the U.S. 'minding its own business' in the nearly 50-year history of the measure."

Yet this is in no sense "isolationism" or a desire to detach from the rest of the world. The same poll found that "Even as doubts grow about the United States' geopolitical role, most Americans say the benefits from U.S. participation in the global economy outweigh the risks. And support for closer trade and business ties with other nations stands at its highest point in more than a decade."

Says Pew: "Fully 77% say that growing trade and business ties between the United States and other countries are either very good (23%) or somewhat good (54%) for the U.S. Just 18% have a negative view. … Two-thirds (66%) say greater involvement in the global economy is a good thing because it opens up new markets and opportunities for growth."

What Americans clearly seem to be yearning for is a return to the wisdom of the Founding Fathers, perhaps never better expressed than in Jefferson's March 4, 1801 inaugural address: "Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations — entangling alliances with none."

It is libertarians who have, almost alone, taken the lead in arguing for embracing Jefferson's advice, and this exciting new poll finding is yet another indicator of the fast-growing influence of libertarianism in American politics today. 

Study: American Writers Self-Censoring Due to Fear of Gov’t Reprisal

Fully 16% of American professional writers in a recent survey say they have avoided writing or speaking on a political topic or other controversial topic because they fear it will provoke government surveillance. An additional 11% have seriously considered doing so. 
 
The survey was conducted in October and results were released in November by the PEN American Center, an organization of professional writers that defends freedom of expression and whose membership includes some of America’s most distinguished writers. 
 
The survey questioned 528 PEN members, and allowed them to make personal statements as well. (It should be noted that PEN strongly promotes free speech, and members may therefore be more concerned about censorship issues than other writers.)
 
PEN concludes: 
 
        1. PEN writers now assume their communications are monitored.
 
        2. The assumption they are under surveillance is harming freedom of expression by prompting writers to self-censor their work in multiple ways, including:
                 a) reluctance to write or speak about certain subjects;
                 b) reluctance to pursue research about certain subjects; and
                 c) reluctance to communicate with sources, or with friends abroad, for fear that they will endanger their counterparts by doing so.
 
Among the survey findings:  
 
• 28% of writers surveyed have curtailed or avoided social media activities, and another 12% have seriously considered doing so;
 
• 24% have deliberately avoided certain topics in phone or email conversations, and another 9% have seriously considered it;
 
• 16% have avoided writing or speaking about a particular topic, and another 11% have seriously considered it;
 
• 16% have refrained from conducting Internet searches or visiting websites on topics that may be considered controversial or suspicious, and another 12% have seriously considered it;
 
• 13% have taken extra steps to disguise or cover their digital footprints, and another 11% have seriously considered it; 
 
Quotes from writers in the survey are disturbing. A few samples: 
 
“I have dropped stories... and avoided research on the company telephone
due to concerns over wiretapping or eavesdropping.”
 
 â€œAs a writer and journalist who deals with the Middle East and the Iraq War in particular, I suspect I am being monitored.”
 
“I have made a conscious, deliberate choice to avoid certain conversation topics in electronic emails out of concern that those communications may be surveilled.”
 
“I have felt that even to comment on the Snowden case in an email would flag my email as worthy of being looked at.”
 
The PEN report concludes: "73% of writers have never been as worried about privacy rights and freedom of the press as they are today. …
 
"Writers are self-censoring their work and their online activity due to their fears that commenting on, researching, or writing about certain issues will cause them harm. 
 
“Writers reported self-censoring on subjects including military affairs, the Middle East North Africa region, mass incarceration, drug policies, pornography, the Occupy movement, the study of certain languages, and criticism of the U.S. government.
 
“The fear of surveillance — and doubt over the way in which the government intends to use the data it gathers — has prompted PEN writers to change their behavior in numerous ways that curtail their freedom of expression and restrict the free flow of information.” 
 
Video: Hilarious Remy Lampoon of Obama's Broken Healthcare Promises

The great pro-liberty comedian Remy is back! Welcome to Remy's "If You Like Your Plan You Can Keep It: The Rap." 

In this Reason TV video Remy takes on Obama's infamous "you will be able to keep your health care plan" bogus promise. 

The lyrics, printed onscreen and under the video with links, are wonderful. Sample: 

       Selling hope's like selling soap, son, I'll tell you why
       You can't make either one without a little bit of lye

Laugh at it, then share with friends! About 1:50 minutes.

FREE Libertarian E-Book: Why Liberty

Last issue we reviewed an outstanding free ebook from Students For Liberty (SFL), After the Welfare State. 

Now we're pleased to suggest another SFL title to add to your ebook library. 

Why Liberty is a highly readable book edited by distinguished libertarian scholar Tom G. Palmer. It is suitable for absolute newcomers to libertarianism as well as longtime libertarians. 

Why Liberty is a collection of short articles from experts in the fields of policy, academia, business, media, and student organizing. The articles are unified by an emphasis on liberty as a dynamic and liberating force with the power to change the world. They point out the urgent need all people have for liberty. 

Why Liberty examines the libertarian idea through the lenses of culture, entrepreneurship, health, art, technology, philosophy and more. The articles can be read in any order -- a reader can dip anywhere into the book and start learning and enjoying. "Think of it as a bag of healthy snacks for the mind," suggests SFL.  

You can learn more about Why Liberty here. Download it as a FREE PDF ebook on that same page (scoot down to the link entitled "Read the full Why Liberty here!") or go here

Here's the table of contents: 

    1. Why Be Libertarian, by Tom Palmer
    2. There Ought NOT to Be a Law, by John Stossel
    3. Libertarianism as Radical Centrism, by Clark Ruper
    4. The History and Structure of Libertarian Thought, by Tom Palmer
    5. The Times, They Are A-Changin': Libertarianism as Abolitionism, by James Padilioni, Jr.
    6. The Political Principle of Liberty, by Alexander McCobin
    7. No Liberty, No Art: No Art, No Liberty, by Sarah Skwire
    8. The Humble Case for Liberty, by Aaron Ross Powell
    9. Africa's Promise of Liberty, by Olumayowa Okediran
    10. The Tangled Dynamics of State Interventionism: The Case of Health Care, by Sloane Frost
    11. How Do You Know? Knowledge and the Presumption of Liberty, by Lode Cossaer and Maarten Wegge
    12. The Origins of State and Government, by Tom Palmer

As David Boaz of the Cato Institute notes, "Once your rights are taken away, it's hard to get them back. The authors of Why Liberty explain why you should fight for your freedom." 

Highly recommended. Why Liberty is published by SFL in conjunction with the Atlas Network. 

Student groups note: Free print copies in bulk for student libertarian groups to distribute are also available. You can learn more about that here.
 
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Intellectual Ammunition is written by Liberator Online editor James W. Harris. His articles have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, and he has been a Finalist for the Mencken Awards, given by the Free Press Association for "Outstanding Journalism in Support of Liberty."

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THEY SAID IT...

DOUBLE TROUBLE: "The federal budget has doubled in size in 12 years, from $1.9 trillion in 2001 to $3.8 trillion this year." — David Eldridge, Washington Times reporter, "Rep. Nancy Pelosi: Nothing left to cut in budget…" Washington Times, Sept. 22, 2013.  

CALLING MR. ORWELL: "…incorrect promise…" — New York Times description of President Obama's bogus vow that under Obamacare Americans "will be able to keep your health care plan, period." ("Obama in Bind Trying to Keep Health Law Vow," November 12, 2013.) Earlier, the Times reported that Obama "misspoke." 

GOV'T THINKS WE ARE IDIOTS: "In 1950, I was 14 years old and applied for a work permit for an after-school job. One of the requirements was to obtain a Social Security card. In bold letters on my Social Security card, which I still possess, are the words 'For Social Security Purposes — Not For Identification.' That's because earlier Americans feared that their Social Security number would become an identity number. According to the Social Security Administration website, 'this legend was removed as part of the design changes for the 18th version of the card, issued beginning in 1972.' That statement assumes we're idiots. We're asked to believe that the sole purpose of the removal was for design purposes. Apparently, the fact that our Social Security number had become a major identification tool, to be used in every aspect of our lives, had nothing to do with the SSA's getting rid of the legend saying 'For Social Security Purposes — Not For Identification.'" — Walter Williams, "Do Americans Prefer Deception?", syndicated column, Nov. 20, 2013. 

MINIMUM WAGE MYTHS: "Arguably the most important thing in the debate about the minimum wage is that hardly anyone makes it. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics less than 3 percent of all workers take home $7.25 or less an hour and half who do are 24 years old or younger. And the vast majority — 77 percent — of minimum wage earners belong to households that are above the poverty line. So when Fast Food Forward declares, 'We can't survive on $7.25!', the good news is that very few people have to (and to the extent that they do, their income is supplemented by anti-poverty programs such as the Earned Income Tax Credit, food stamps, and housing subsidies). Staying at the minimum wage is also usually mercifully short-lived. For instance, between 1977 and 1997, two-thirds of full-time workers had moved on to higher pay within a year." — Nick Gillespie, "Big Labor's Big Mac Attack," The Daily Beast, Dec. 4th, 2013.

HOPE FOR THE FUTURE: "Libertarianism is growing fastest among the young, and groups like Students for Liberty give me hope. These young people certainly know more about liberty than I did at their age. Maybe they will avoid prior generations' big-government mistakes." — libertarian journalist John Stossel, "The Libertarian Era?", syndicated column, Nov. 13, 2013.

UH-OH: "Members of the Tea Party gathered outside the White House to demand President Obama's impeachment. The president said he appreciated their views and he is setting up a new website where they can voice their opinion." — Conan O'Brien, Nov. 20, 2013. 
 
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"They Said It..." is compiled by Liberator Online editor James W. Harris.
 

Persuasion Power Point #361

by Michael Cloud



 

Don't Quench Their Thirst with a Fire Hose

When someone asks you about libertarianism, how much should you tell them?

        a) Enough to stimulate their desire for more?

        b) Enough to satisfy their interest?

        c) More than they want to know. Everything you know about libertarianism.

All too often, libertarians act on answer "c."

We quench their thirst... with a fire hose.

We give them too much information, too fast. They can't absorb it. Can't digest it.

"The secret of being a bore is to tell all you know," wrote Voltaire.

Burying our listeners with information numbs their minds and turns them off.

Drowning them with unfamiliar assertions, ideas, facts, and thinking -- intimidates and overwhelms them.

When "too much" fails, "almost enough" succeeds.

Why? Because "almost enough to satisfy" is "enough to stimulate their appetite for more."

This is the key: Almost enough. Less than enough.

"Less than enough" whets their hunger for more information about libertarianism.

"Less than enough" stimulates their thirst for more.

"Less than enough" arouses their desire to learn more.

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In 2000, Michael was honored with the Thomas Paine Award as the Most Persuasive Libertarian Communicator in America.
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Ask Dr. Ruwart

Dr. Mary Ruwart is a leading expert in libertarian communication. In this column she offers short answers to real questions about libertarianism. To submit questions to Dr. Ruwart, see end of column.

What happens to farmers if we end government farm subsidies?

QUESTION: If you remove all farm subsidies, what happens to the farmer when drought or flood hits and he losses his crop for one year?

MY SHORT ANSWER: Like other business people, farmers plan for bad years through savings, insurance, etc. If they fail to make such plans, they suffer the same fate as other businesses operating on the edge — they go under in tough times. They are bought out by someone who manages better. The displaced farmers find an occupation more suited to their particular talents.

Subsidies discourage good management and encourage inefficiency. As a result, consumers pay more for less.

LEARN MORE: Suggestions from Liberator Online editor James W. Harris for additional reading on this topic:

* "Five Reasons to Repeal Farm Subsidies" by Chris Edwards, Cato Institute, May 31, 2013. 

EXCERPT: "Why is farming so coddled by the government? It’s a risky business, but not uniquely so. Industries such as high technology, newspapers, and restaurants are very risky, yet they don’t rely on government handouts. Farming faces certain risks such as adverse weather. But high-tech companies are vulnerable to rapid innovations by competitors, and restaurants are vulnerable to changing consumer tastes and intense competition. ... If farm subsidies were ended...a stronger and more innovative agriculture industry would emerge that would be more productive and more resilient in the long run."

* "GOP Hypocrisy and the Farm Bill" By Michael Tanner, Cato Institute, Huffington Post, July 12, 2013. In this op-ed Tanner dissects a federal farm bill and shows the anti-market, anti-consumer nature of farm subsidies — and the shockingly huge conservative support for them. 

EXCERPT: "In 2011, the last year for which full data is available, the average farm household had an income of $87,289, 25 percent higher than the average for all U.S. households. And about a third of the farm subsidies go to the largest four percent of farm operators. If you want to see real 'welfare queens,' look no further than Pilgrim's Pride, Tyler Farms, and Riceland Foods." 

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Got questions?  Dr. Ruwart has answers! If you'd like answers to YOUR "tough questions" on libertarian issues, email Dr. Ruwart
 
Due to volume, Dr. Ruwart can't personally acknowledge all emails. But we'll run the best questions and answers in upcoming issues.

Dr. Ruwart's previous Liberator Online answers are archived in searchable form.
 
Dr. Ruwart's latest book Short Answers to the Tough Questions, Expanded Edition is available from the Advocates, as is her acclaimed classic Healing Our World.
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One-Minute Liberty Tip 

by Sharon Harris



Comparisons: Questions that Make People Think

Government is often inconsistent and unfair. 

By asking the right questions, you can get people to see this unfairness and inconsistency, and lead them to question commonly-accepted coercive government programs. 

Here are some examples: 

"Why should people who spend their own money on country music be forced by the government to subsidize the tastes of people who like classical music?"

"Why should people who pay their own money to subscribe to newspapers and pay for cable news be forced by the government to subsidize the news preferences of NPR fans?"

"Why should families who are working and scrimping and saving so they can send their kids to a private school that best suits their values be forced by the government to also pay for the education of children of other families, many of whom are better off economically than they are?"

"Why should people who want to teach their kids to play tennis be forced by the government to pay for baseball, football and soccer fields for other people’s kids?"

"Why should people who don’t like sports, or who support other sports besides professional sports, be forced by the government to pay for stadiums and other giveaways to wealthy sports corporations?"

Note: I like to say "forced by the government" so it is clear that force is being used, and clear who is doing it. 

To questions like this, you can also point out that many people suffer from these programs. I did that in some of those questions. Here's another example, using the first question above: 

"Why should people who like country music — and who, in these difficult economic times, may be struggling to pay mortgages and household bills — be forced by the government to subsidize the tastes of people who like classical music?"

And it’s not just music and sports, of course. Here's a variation: 

"Why should people whose intoxicant of choice is marijuana be arrested and imprisoned by the government, while people who prefer intoxicants that are arguably more dangerous, like liquor and tobacco, are left alone?"

"If someone needs a job, and someone else is willing to pay less than the minimum wage to have some work done, why should this private, consensual, and mutually beneficial arrangement be forbidden by the government?"

"Why are some people forbidden by the government to gain work skills by offering to work for less than the minimum wage, while university students are allowed to work as interns with low or even no pay in order to learn the ropes of high-paying professions?"

What other comparisons can you think of that will change your listeners’ minds, open their hearts, and let them see the injustice of government programs through the eyes of those who are harmed by them?

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Sharon Harris is president of the Advocates for Self-Government.   
 
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