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From lewrockwell.com. Released under the GFDL ...Lew Rockwell regularly features Paul Craig Roberts’ commentary — so long as it fits his anti-state narrative. When it doesn’t, despite being meritorious, it doesn’t get included for very transparent reasons.

No surprise, then, that we don’t find this February 14, 2013 Paul Craig Roberts article, While Left and Right Fights — Power Wins, published by LewRockwell.com in the intervening days.

Here is the reason why Rockwell didn’t include it, since Roberts correctly identifies the fundamental problem being the concentration of power — not its location:

The right is correct that government power is the problem, and the left is correct that private power is the problem. Therefore, whether power is located within the government or private sectors cannot reduce, constrain, or minimize power.

Previously, I wrote the article, Did Lew Rockwell and the Daily Bell influence Michael Snyder to abandon his call for nationalizing the Federal Reserve?

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Hypothetical Flag for North American Union

Yesterday, I came across the story of a British man who was on the U.S. no-fly list, and banned from all flights out of Canada.

As the Toronto Star article says, he was suddenly allowed to go home once the story went public.

While the focus of the article was on his particular situation,┬áit represents de-facto North American Unionization, and a precedent for making the U.S. no-fly list, Canada’s no-fly list, and even barring almost all domestic Canadian travel for anyone on the U.S. no-fly list, with the excuse that, “there is the possibility their planes could land in the U.S. during an emergency.”

I provided a full analysis of the issue on Truth be Told Radio’s Deliverance from Deception, starting at 1:01:00. (Warning: There is some coarse language in the intro song, which was beyond my control).

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