Notes from the Field Date: December 2, 2010 Reporting From: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Notes from the Field

Date: December 2, 2010
Reporting From: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

A few days ago, I wrote an article on the merits of productive citizens leaving their home countries that are no longer aligned with the values of freedom and independence.
I find this ‘starve the beast’ approach to be the most effective non-violent method to affect change… and needless to say, this notion stirred quite a bit of controversy.
Among many other blogs, the article was also noticed and re-posted by, one of my favorite financial websites. Many of the comments on that site were downright angry, calling me cowardly and weak-minded for even suggesting the notion of expatriation.
Needless to say, I found this reaction to be a desperate reach by the institutionalized, and the editors of agreed to publish my response.
If you’d like to read it on, click here:

Until tomorrow,

Simon Black
Senior Editor,

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