Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Taking Another Class

I've been taking my first Electronics class this semester, and I'm making a 100% grade so far (yea!).  After I spent a substantial portion of my 30's fighting the IRS (personal income tax), with them acting with impunity agasint me (taking my bank account without a court hearing, jailing me to control me, etc.), I realized that nothing in this world is outside their ability to steal and abuse, but one:  Education.  It is for this reason that I continue to invest in my education, and I encourage you to do the same.

In my interactions with tax protester Noam Chomsky, I realized that the IRS attacking him would be counterproductive, as his respected position in the world would only stand to undermine the IRS at every turn.  It's hard for a bunch of government thugs to lock up, embarrass and humiliate a guy with three Ph. D.'s, for example.

The path I choose to fight the IRS is via intellectual superiority, to become Ludwig von Mises, not just admire him.  You would be wise to do the same, if your goal is to overthrow Marxism and national socialism in favor of libertarianism.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Expensive Real Estate for Library Reading Room Concept

I called the real estate agent, and he says the property in question is $1,500 a month, but the owner requires a restaurant in the building. We could sell the fixin's for tacos, I guess, along with coffee or something. 

He also pitched a larger building down the block in Ft. Worth for the Libertarian Reading a Event Room on W. Magnolia for $4,900 a month. It has very high ceilings, he says. 

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange 

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Library Update

1)  I got about $300 worth of books in the mail to help found three different Libertarian Library efforts here in Texas on yesterday.

2)  I expect the Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange will become a political action committee, if the funding gets to that point, so we can hammer on Republican and Democratic candidates.

3)  We found a perfect property on West Magnolia in Ft. Worth for a Libertarian Reading and Event  Room in the restaurant district.  I'll call the realtor on Monday to check rental prices.

4)  A stamp was purchased to start using in the backs of our books.  It reads:

A gift from the donors
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange
P. O, Box 295545
Lewisville, TX 75029

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Friday, February 21, 2014

Speaking Invitation to Bavaria

I just got a speaking invitation at an Economic Forum in Bavaria.  I had to look up Bavaria on Wikipedia.  It includes most all of Southern Germany, including the capital, Munich.  I guess I'm gonna have to finish reading "Mein Kampf," if I'm gonna be getting invitations like this, so I can speak throughly to the issues in Germany.

Thanks for the invitation.  Sorry, I don't have a pass port, Bavaria.  I don't believe governments have the moral authority to number me as cattle or to have knowledge and control of my travel.  Maybe later.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Thursday, February 20, 2014


It is interesting to see the Republican Party's racism as a reflection of "Mein Kempf," Adolph Hitler's famous book.  You could almost cut and paste "Mexican" or "Latino" into where "Jew" appears in Hitler's pages, and it would read like a Republican Party manual.

We should pass out copies of this book to the Republicans at their State Convention and call it, "The Republican Party Platform."  I bet we could open lots of eyes.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

If Mr. Obama Were a General

I see on the news that Mr. Obama's proposed increase in the minimum wage will cost 500,000 U. S. jobs, while offering a slight pay increase for 16,000,000 others.  If Mr. Obama were a general in WWII, it would be the moral equivalent of him leaving 500,000 troops to die behind enemy lines in the Battle of the Bulge so the rest of us could enjoy a Bob Hope Special.

The solution is to abolish central banking and the monetary expansion intrinsic to it that devalues the value of labor wages over time.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Vote March 4th

I want to encourage everyone to go out and vote this March 4th because computer voting is required and everybody knows that political operatives would never have the motivation to hack a computer and change a vote to favor their candidate.

Gene Chapman

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Question for Gene

Question:  "Mr. Chapman, what do you think is the number one challenge for libertarians?"

Gene's Answer:  The number one threat to the development of a libertarian society is perceived poverty, the perceived scarcity of resources of cultures and regions to improve their situation.  This includes healthcare, proper food and water access, educational opportunity, personal security, housing, etc.  It is the opportunity for upward mobility from where one perceives themselves to be now.

For each individual these areas I list mean different things.  That is the hard part.

I would like to see libertarians move on two fronts to move the world toward a more libertarian mindset:

First, medical doctors are best positioned to address the issues I list.  To mitigate poverty, libertarians should move into the medical fields in order to share our resources with others, along with our philosophy.  It's hard to attack people who are your healers in every area.

Second, a libertarian society, one in which we are free to determine our own paths, requires a highly educated population.  We must get knowledgeable ourselves in all matters, so we become the expert voice in all areas, the sage, so to speak, who guides the larger population.  (Don't let the Marxist -- state forced collectivist -- dominate any conversation as the expert, which demands study and degrees on our part.)

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Friday, February 14, 2014

Library Book Purchase

We just got three copies of "Libertarianism in One Lesson," one copy of "Mein Kampf," two copies of "The Communist Manifesto" and two copies of "Labor Economics From A Free Market Perspective."  These will be distributed in Houston and through the Ft. Worth LP by March 1st, along with several other books already in possession.

". . . because a libertarian society requires a highly educated population."

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Chapman Endorses Kathy Lowe-Heil for Congress

After an exchange on the Internet, I am satisfied that Kathy Lowe-Heil is worthy of my endorsement. I hope you all will get behind her, as she is clearly knowledgeable of the Austrian School of Economics (individual liberty) v. the Keynesian-Marxist School of Economics (enslavement of the individual to the collectivist state), is opposed to all ten planks of "The Communist Manifesto," and she is also opposed to all dynamics of slavery that I can see: (taxation of labor, property, numbering people as cattle, gun control, etc., etc.). We have a candidate worth our time!

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Kathy Lowe-Heil for U.S. Representative to Indiana's 9th Congressional District. Visit our website at https://sites.google.com/site/kathyloweheil/

I Like What I See So Far:

Kathy has spent her entire life in the southern Indiana area.  She was born in Corydon, graduated from New Albany High School, and currently lives in Elizabeth with her husband John.  She is the mother of two, as well as a grandmother of two.  The past few years she has had the luxury of being a stay at home grandma.  Her husband has been employed by a local auto dealership since 1984. 

Since 9/11 Kathy has followed national politics closely, and has watched the freedom of American citizens be systematically exchanged for a false sense of security.  She has witnessed the futures of her children and grandchildren being borrowed against, through our government's inability to function within their means.  In 2012 Kathy was elected as a Delegate to Indiana’s Republican Party.

In 2011, when her opponent took office the national debt was at an unmanageable $14T and the debt to GDP ratio was 94%.  Today it is an overwhelming $17.3T with a debt to GDP ratio of 107%.  Each and every American citizen, including Kathy’s granddaughters, holds approximately $54,600 as their share of the national debt.

Kathy Lowe-Heil does not have a law degree or a PhD.  She is an average American citizen, that has experienced the pain of working all week, to take home half her earnings.  She has tried to live within a budget.  But, the government continues to take more and more of what they believe is their fair share.  She has cut out most luxuries and cut quality on necessities.  Kathy knows that as long as middle income Americans have little or no disposable income, there is no hope for job creation.  Like you and me she is 
sick and tired of being sick and tired.  She does not have wealth or big business cronies; she does not have a political bloodline.  Kathy Lowe-Heil is a typical taxpaying citizen, the kind our Forefathers intended to run this country. She has enough courage to stand up and say she has had enough, and she is asking you to join the fight to save the American dream.

Please join us on May 6 to elect Kathy Lowe-Heil as the next U.S. Representative to Indiana’s 9th Congressional District.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

To Libertarian Youth

It has been my honor to hear from so many youth leaders across America within libertarianism in recent weeks.  I know we have a sure future for the LP and the larger libertarian movement with so many young university thinkers looking toward the library (books) for direction.

Keep reading:  ". . . because a libertarian society requires a highly educated population."

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Kathie Glass: "Ants"

I suppose if I were from Georgia, where I understand Kathie Glass is from, racism against latinos would be a norm, so her use of the term,"ants," to describe latinos crossing the border between Texas and Mexico is at least understood, while not appreciated in a politician.

The problem from my end is that I was born here in Texas in 1966.  The men who built fence on my father's farm were Mexican and taught my father Spanish, the Spanish I used to hear my father sing along too on the car radio when I was a little boy.  My sister has a mother who is an "ant," by Kathie Glass standards.  A house full of "ants" are sleeping about 20 yards from me right now, as I write this:  my neighbors.  Down the street are more houses full of "ants."  I call them my friends.  I got my hair cut by an "ant" today next door to the local latino shopping center where I like to buy my food.

In early 2001, I moved to El Paso to see if I could make a go of it on 20 acres of sand I bought a few years before.  The job I got was as a marketing manager for an alfalfa and pecan farm on the Rio Grande River.  It was like a old Western novel to live those months there.  You could throw a rock from the edge of the farm and hit a bus stop on the Mexican side of the river.  The men who worked along side me were very hurt at the least white reference to their presumed inferiority, so I learned to be very careful not to offend, as it has never been my nature to do such a thing to anyone on racial lines.  I learned to eat the melon under the giant cottonwood trees there on the river when they offered in order to show that I was not too good to eat with them.  After months, I was eating in their homes, on occasion.  And they live a good life there, let me tell you.

What we need in Texas is not more Kathie Glass politicians from Georgia telling us who our family members should be or when a river should be crossed.  People down on the Mexican border have been crossing that river for 500 years with no problem.  That presumed problem is a government created problem.  Hell, the people we pissed of in the Middle East don't even come at us through Mexico anyway;  they come through their established communities in Detroit and Ontario, up North.  And if we would give them a fair shake, we wouldn't even have them pissed at us.

Kathie Glass has a long way to go to be ready to lead anything in Texas, especially a political party that gains for some odd reason the power to push people around and even kill them in the name of the state. Have you ever heard of something so ridiculous as a racist libertarian?

Gene Chapman. CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

  • Kevin Pick Why not quote Kathie Glass in your article? Here is what she said:

    “That’s not the way for Texas," she said. "We should secure our border at the border. The Arizona-style interrogation, after people have become integrated in the community, is like my ants in my pantry, and I want to remove them one at a time and take them outside.”

    I don't find that racist but I do find your article disingenuous. Could you please at least quote her, in the name of honesty and integrity?
  • Gene Chapman Jeff, can you comment on this?
  • Gene Chapman Jeff is looking at it. I'm still not impressed with her border securement, her use of insects to describe Mexicans or . . . .
  • Jeff Daiell The quotation is from The Texas Tribune. Ms. Youngblood-Glass has since claimed she actually said "ants in my panties", which she apparently is too ignorant of politics to realize is not the way to speak if she wants to be taken seriously as a candidate for Governor.

  • Kevin Pick Thank you for responding to my concerns. 

    All specifics aside, I think any article that discusses a quote from someone ought to have that quote somewhere in the article. Therefore, this article would be greatly improved by starting it off with "On XX day, XXX person stated XXX to XXX."
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  • Jeff Daiell The interview was right after her nomination in 2010. 


    Saturday, February 8, 2014

    Obamacare Frees us From "Job-Lock?"

    Ok, PBS says tonight that Obamacare is estimated to lower the job market by 2.5 million over the next 10 years, per the Office of Budget and Management.  This helps free people who do not wish to work (known as "job lock"), but are forced to work to maintain their insurance policies prior to Obamacare.

    Well, Mr. Obama, I am job-locked too, and I need the government's help to free me.  I have to work a job to maintain food in my belly, a roof over my head and, yes, to pay your new tax/ insurance bills.

    If I didn't have to work, I could lay around and watch tv all day.  And if you would just speed up my social security benefits to meet my 47 year old needs instead of waiting until I'm 62, I could go lay on the beach in Hawaii and look at all the pretty girls from dawn to dusk.

    I'm "job-locked," Mr. Obama.  Free me!  Make these other bastards pay more taxes so I can lay back!

    Gene Chapman, CEO
    Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

    Friday, February 7, 2014

    Open Borders: Mises Institute v. Kathie Glass

    It is my purpose to promote a coherent presentation of libertarianism via the library.  As such, I am forced to take a position opposed to that of Kathie Glass, a candidate running for Texas Governor under the Libertarian Party brand.  Dangers are everywhere for a political party that separates from its central goals and philosophy, as we saw in early 20th Century Germany, for example.  We must hold true to who we are, or we will be nothing separate from the others.

    I turn your attention to page 195 of "Labor Economics From A Free Market Perspective:  Employing the Unemployable," by Walter Block, a publication I purchased days ago for $29 from the Mises Book Store.  "[M]erely by appearing at our shores, particularly at the invitation of a citizen and property owner, cannot be said by that fact alone to have initiated violence against an innocent person." 

    Block goes into anarco-capitialsm, as the lengthy book portion goes on into more detail, so there is no pro-border position for Glass to assume. 

    No disrespect to Kathie Glass, but her opposition to foreigners getting access to the 10th plank of "The Communist Manifesto," (government indoctrination day camps for children/ so-called, "free public schools") represents a redirect away from libertarianism more associated with the national socialism of the Republican Party.  The problem is that government is involved in the educational process at all, per Murray N. Rothbard's "For a New Liberty:  The Libertarian Manifesto."  Libertarians oppose the 10th plank altogether, and then border securement logically has no relationship to education.

    Borders are not walls that keep the freedom in;  rather, they are walls that keep the freedom moot.  And the racism intrinsic to the Glass position is not libertarianism in any context.

    Gene Chapman, CEO
    Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

    Thursday, February 6, 2014

    "PAUL, R"

    Just got a professional check from somebody named, "PAUL, R."  hey, PAUL, R.


    Tuesday, February 4, 2014

    Economics Degreed Ronald Reagan v. Law Degreed Barack Obama

    Ronald Reagan:

    Accomplishments:  Longest peacetime economic expansion and central to destruction of Soviet Union.


    Reagan attended Eureka College, where he became a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity, a cheerleader,[17][18] and majored in economics and sociology. He developed a reputation as a jack of all trades, excelling in campus politics, sports and theater. He was a member of the football team, captain of the swim team and was elected student body president. As student president, Reagan led a student revolt against the college president after he tried to cut back the faculty.

    Barack Obama:

    Accomplishments:  Obamacare cost Americans 2 million net jobs.


    Later in 1981, he transferred as a junior to Columbia College, Columbia University in New York City, where he majored in political science with a specialty in international relations[28] and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1983.

    After graduating with a J.D. magna cum laude[42]from Harvard in 1991, he returned to Chicago.

    Conclusion:  Economics Degreed Presidents Make Jobs.  Law Degreed Presidents Create Bureaucracy, Costing Jobs.

    Sunday, February 2, 2014

    Effective Learning

    Sociologists tells us that the more senses we get involved in our learning experience, the more we actually internalize.  So don't just read material.  Read it out loud, read it too each other and write it down.  Maybe write a paper on what you learned.

    Gene Chapman, CEO
    Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

    Saturday, February 1, 2014

    Libertarian Library Update

    We had our second meeting of the Dallas/ Ft. Worth Libertarian Book Club today at the Starbucks in Euless, Texas (Hwy. 121 and Glade Rd.).  We read passages from "Libertarianism in One Lesson," by David Bergland.  From the book, we discussed how public school education and coercive governments are not libertarian.

    We plan to have two people headed to Houston on February 22, 2014 at 6 a. m. from South Ft. Worth for a 2 p. m. arrival at the LP event there to distribute about $200 worth of books of libertarian interest.  We have room for two more travelers, if anyone is interested and should be back to Ft. Worth late that night.

    I got a letter from Dr. Billy Graham's office today.  We are thanked for the book I mailed last month, "The Kingdom Of God Is Within You," by Leo Tolstoy (the book behind Gandhi, Mandela and King's move to non-violent social change).  Due to the dementia of Dr. Graham's advanced age, he is not in a position to dialogue once it is read, I'm informed;  however, they send all the good vibes of the Billy Graham Community our direction.

    Gene Chapman, CEO
    Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

    The Dynamics of Enslavement

    "[O]nly slaves entered the relationship as a substitute for death" (p. 26, "Slavery and Social Death:  A Comparative Study," by Dr. Orlando Patterson).  Thus, slavery is present when the choice is between entering the relationship and death.

    1)  Taxation of the labor of un-condemned free persons.

    2)  Taxation of the intrinsic value of property of un-condemned free persons (property being the physical manifestation of labor).

    3)  Numbering un-condemned free persons as cattle.

    4)  Observation and Control of the physical location of un-condemned free persons.

    5)  Observation and Control of the activities and interrelationships of un-condemned free persons.

    6)  Control of weapon possession of un-condemned free persons.

    7)  Control of education and information flow of un-condemned free persons.

    8)  Control of the monetary system/ activities of un-condemnd free persons.

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