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Largest Pizza Delivery Sector: 215th Highest Crime Rates: 243rd Lowest Overall Tax Burden: 285th+16
Nudest: 393rd Fattest Citizens: 559th Highest Unexpected Death Rate: 634th Most Avoided: 640th Most Stationary: 684th Most Politically Apathetic Citizens: 974th Largest Populations: 1,163rd Most Rebellious Youth: 1,166th Most Pro-Market: 1,218th Most Politically Free: 1,262nd Most Influential: 1,402nd Most Armed: 1,747th Rudest Citizens: 1,874th Highest Economic Output: 2,181st Most World Assembly Endorsements: 2,292nd Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 2,320th
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Visit a region where you can gain the benefit of a small group of like minded players, but with no other restrictions, where your rights end at the tip of the other guy's nose and where smaller government is better government, and no government may be best of all.


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    Record of the raid on Libertarian on 11 August 2015

    AccountOther by Alternate universe 912 . 538 reads.

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Libertarian contains 2 nations.

Today's World Census Report

The Most World Assembly Endorsements in libertarian

World Census staff pored through World Assembly records to determine which nations were the most endorsed by others in their region.

As a region, libertarian is ranked 2,292nd in the world for Most World Assembly Endorsements.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Holy Smokers of Ron PaultopiaCapitalizt“Give Me Liberty, or a Bran Muffin”
2.The Freedom of NellyCorporate Bordello“Strength is beauty”

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Truth in Accounting website.

Most indebted city (even per person) - New York, although Chicago is also awful (as are so many cities).

Most indebted State (per person) - New Jersey, although many other States are also heading towards bankruptcy (especially if one counts unfunded liabilities - pension and benefit stuff).

Only a handful of States, for example South Dakota, are actually in a healthy position financially.

The Federal Government?

A total nightmare - more than 20 Trillion Dollars of official debt, plus Trillions of Dollars of unfunded future liabilities (the "Entitlement State").

Update on the City debt matter - having dong a detailed investigation into local government controlled bodies, Truth in Accounting has concluded that Chicago is even more in debt, per person, than New York City.

What Chicago (and other city governments) have done is engage in a shell game - hiding their debts, by creating bodies they control - so the debt is "off the books".

As for State debt - the mess of Illinois is famous, but New Jersey is also appalling (and many other States are very bad).

The Federal government is a total nightmare of debt and unfunded "entitlements" - see the "Debt Clock".

I tend to just give bad news - so I should mention a State that tends to have, relativelly, limited government and not have the government spend wildly. That State is South Dakota.

The Conservative Party has won the General Election in the United Kingdom. Yes government spending has been going up for years (showing that the talk of "Austerity" is nonsense), but the opposition would have spent wildly more and bankrupted the country. And yes the agreement with the European Union is far from perfect - but at least it reestablishes the legal principle of British independence, and that formal legal independence can be turned into real independence. There would have been no chance at all of British independence had Labour and/or the Liberal Democrats won the election.

It looks like it will be President Trump versus former Vice President Biden (unless the Democrats put in Michelle Obama at the Convention - Biden is so senile he might well agree to be replaced).

A Biden Administration (whoever was really in control of it) would mean higher taxes, more "Entitlements", more regulations, and undermining the Bill of Rights (for example the First and Second Amendments), but the appointment of Collectivist ("Progressive) judges - so libertarians have to support President Trump (in spite of his many faults), it is that brutally simple.

With the recent orgy of American government spending (supported by both parties) and Credit Bubble finance from the Federal Reserve - bankruptcy (not legal bankruptcy - de fact bankruptcy via the printing press "paying" debt) is now inevitable.

In the United Kingdom the Bank of England is already producing money (from nothing) to fund government spending. Gladstone would weep - but they would be tears of rage.

Paul marks

In 2016 I was outraged when Donald Trump seemed to sneer at the Rule of Law - so outraged that I broke friendship with someone who was in this group.

After four years of corrupt (the word corrupt is NOT too strong) Justice Department "investigations" (essentially FRAME UPS) of people associated with the President. and totally outrageous Supreme Court judgements (where Chief Justice Roberts has shown total contempt for both the law and the Constitution) I now understand what Donald Trump meant. With his New York City background he understood how corrupt both Prosecutors and Judges could be - and I did not understand this.

In short Donald Trump, and the person who was in this group who I broke friendship with, was correct - and I was WRONG.

I do not know where the person who was in this group now is (four years on) - but I am very sorry indeed about how angry I was, I apologise.

If the Democrats win in November both the First Amendment and the Second Amendment will be "interpreted" out of existence by the judges they appoint. There will be no coming back at a later time - as dissent will, effectively, be eliminated.

Therefore it is vital for libertarians, and all people who care about liberty, to work to prevent the Democrats taking control of the Presidency and the Senate of the United States of America - if America falls the rest of the Western World can not stand.

Due to Election Fraud (supported by the "mainstream" media and the government and Woke Corporation bureaucracy) it looks likely that the United States will fall to Agenda 21 - Agenda 2030. "Sustainable Development" - "Green" totalitarianism, and "Stakeholder Capitalism" - Corporate State coming together of Big Business and Big Government to crush free competition (especially from small business) and the general freedom of ordinary people.

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