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2010 Census: Will your answers stay private?

The 2010 Census: Will your answers stay private?, by James Bovard, in March 24, 2010 Christian Science Monitor (via


What do WW I Draft-dodgers, Japanese-Americans in 1942, and Arab-Americans in 2003 have in common?

Hint: The U.S. Census fingered them—and gave their information away in every case. How confidential are your census answers? See Census Confidentiality? The Check’s is in the Mail, by David Kopel.

(Tipped off to this from Lew Rockwell mp3 radio interview on the census at

Big Brother has landed

No, this is not a production from

(Via blog.)

BATF seizes 30 toy guns

This is not an Onion article.

ATF seizes 30 toy guns.

Whether you are in favor of toy guns or not, this does seem to indicate that the BATF has some spare time on its hands. In fact, it is hard to see, even if you are a Constitutionalist (I am an anarcho-capitalist—the Constitution is a magic formula that cannot work) where the authority comes from to operate the BATF.

(Via blacklisted

Photographer films his own anti-terrorism arrest in UK

Taking photographs is “anti-social”? See the video. (Via

Persecuted home schooling Germans get asylum

Home schooling German family gets asylum status


British thought police: proposed ban on under-18s watching films with smokers

Insane. Of course, there is an exception for statist figures like WInston Churchill and FDR.

(Courtesy blog.)

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