Category Archives: Crime and Punishment

El Paso Shooter Wanted to Kill Tens of Millions

Twenty-one year old accused mass murderer Patrick Crusius wanted to eliminate tens of millions of US residents so that Universal Basic Income could work more efficiently. He seems to have left a manifesto explaining his thoughts behind his actions: “In … Continue reading

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Spygate: The Corrupt Administration that Perverted the Entire US National Security Apparatus For a Political Hit Job

Following in the footsteps of the Richard Nixon administration, the Obama administration took control of the US spy and law enforcement agencies and used them as just another arm of the Obama political machine. The full story of the intentionally … Continue reading

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Another Perspective on New Zealand Mosque Shootings

Note: In the west, everyone is protected by the rule of law. The confessed perpetrators of the Christchurch outrages should be prosecuted and punished, promptly and as thoroughly as New Zealand law allows. A Cultural Immune System The media is … Continue reading

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Murdering the Criminal Class: A Case Study

The obvious way to eradicate crime is to eradicate criminals, but neither the lawgivers nor the constabulary seem inclined to do this. __ Jeff Cooper Case Study: Phillipines Eradicating criminals may seem a radical approach to eradicating crime, but there … Continue reading

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Who Needs to Die?

… The hypothalamic attack region controls defensive-aggressive behavior. If scientists stimulate these neurons with an electrode, an animal will instantly become aggressive and attack a test animal in the cage. … When it works as intended we call it quick … Continue reading

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Tough Love Private Law Enforcement in Texas Gets Results

Murray Rothbard and other anarchocapitalists claimed that private contractors could work better than public monopolies. Sharpstown, Texas — a town of 66,000 near Houston — decided to find out. In 2012 Sharpstown fired the constable service and hired the private … Continue reading

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Taking Control Over the Violent Felon

The desire to assert control is one of the reasons why men become violent in the first place. If he achieves his objective violently, the violence is apt to become habitual. Sometimes violence is necessary — as in civilian self-defence … Continue reading

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Humane Punishments for Murder and Rape

In historical times it was not uncommon for a person to be put to death for theft, speaking out against governing authorities, or heretical speech or activity against the official state religion. These days, the death penalty is quite rare … Continue reading

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