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  • 4 conditions that will make public schools in Chattanooga less tenable

    Sharmon Hardin talks about the demolition of Red Bank middle school Wednesday. (Photo from WRCB TV3)

    The razing of a public school facility in the Chattanooga area is a picture of the future. It suggests how the marketplace will treat such state-run systems in the coming crisis in national economy. A day of reckoning is ahead for myriad unsustainable bureaucratic systems imposed as satellites in every city across the U.S. Please read more.

  • Clear vines from yard trees; commercial government harder to uproot

    Vines strangle a tree, and with some effort can be cut and wrenched away. Getting rid of commercial government on the trunk of human industry and the free market will be no easy matter.

    The modern absolutist state encompasses a vast system of ground-crawling and tree-jumping vines, as it were. Can we cut commercial government back, just as we might clear vines dangling from trees in the woods behind our house? Should our idea be to attack statism? Please read more.

  • Self-government, states’ authority at issue as South defies gay mudslide

    Christians and defenders of states’ constitutional authority rally Feb. 21, 2015, in Montgomery, Ala. (Photo Sanctity of Marriage Alabama on Facebook)

    Christians and defenders of states’ constitutional authority rally Feb. 21, 2015, in Montgomery, Ala. (Photo Sanctity of Marriage Alabama on Facebook)

    The U.S. supreme court has set a precedent upholding the right of states to define marriage as the union of husband and wife. All federal and state judges — including those in Alabama — are bound by that precedent. Please read more.

  • Hot News Talk Radio extends reach, touts free markets, local economy

    Sab “Confederate Mike” Cupelli installs an exciter board on a radio transmitter as talk show star Russell Stroud helps out. (Photo David Tulis)

    Sab “Confederate Mike” Cupelli installs an exciter board on a radio transmitter as talk show star Russell Stroud helps out. (Photo David Tulis)

    A more powerful transmitter and the prospect of an FM signal promise fresh excitement for those of us who love the idea of local economy and free markets in Chattanooga and beyond. Please read more.

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