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The Superhero Who Earned the Right to Exist: A Comic Book Review

My sister loves comics books. A while back she found this comic book at a library and told me, "It's about this guy without a social security number. The whole book is about the government trying to kill him, but at the end he's when they decide they like him they try to reward him …

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“I Dream Of Living Safely Free”: Interview with MEB

Today I have an interview with a young girl whose mother wishes her to remain anonymous. Welcome to my blog, M! Can you introduce yourself to the readers? I like painting and art in general. I’m really passionate about herbalism and the whole naturalpathic world that’s out there just waiting to be truly seen. I …

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“You Can’t Be A Philosophicker And A Politicker At The Same Time”: Libertarian Essays By A. J. Nock

Title: The State of the Union Author: Albert Jay Nock Review on Goodreads Amazon They have helped the truth along without encumbering it with themselvesAlbert Jay Nock This book was loaned to me shortly before I came to Germany. I didn't have a lot of reading time back in the States, so I brought it …

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To Raise One’s Children: Guest Post With Connie White

I was so thrilled when I discovered one of the writers from my writing community has been raised similarly to me for a time. I loved hearing some of her story, and I'm excited to share some of it with you. Also, as a side note, my parents were also homeschooled in the '80s, and …

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“I Expected To Fail” The Story Behind My Passport

I first applied for my passport about three years ago, expecting to be denied. That's not to say I didn't plan to ever get my passport. I just thought it was a worthless pursuit. At this point in my life, I was ready to be done with the identity of "not existing" and simply apply …

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How To Ask For Permission On Your Own Terms: Obtaining a Driver’s License

Like every brainless sixteen year old, I couldn't wait to get my driver's license. Why? Maybe to see friends more often? Or maybe just to have a bit more freedom from my parents? I had nowhere I really wanted or needed to go, yet I wanted to drive very much. But, unlike many teenagers, I …

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