View Full Version : The pledge of allegiance and the religion of the State

03-18-2010, 08:17 PM
Anyone who has debated politics for very long has had some flag worshiping authoritarian resort to that classic cop out that killed Socrates, "If you don't like it you can get out!" Indeed, few oppressed people in history have found freedom in their lifetime without picking up their life and seeking a better destiny elsewhere. This week a political project known as the Free State Project officially reached 10,000 participants dedicated to just such a proposition, and I am proud to be in that number. It's a movement of like-minded liberty loving individuals moving to New Hampshire to get active toward the creation of a free society.

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03-18-2010, 08:55 PM

What a fascinating secular criticism of the concept of 'loyalty to the state'. An extremely Libertarian outlook is its conclusion. An ironic surprise to see such an article posted on here.

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