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Lowest Overall Tax Burden: 175th Highest Crime Rates: 214th Rudest Citizens: 235th+23
Highest Unexpected Death Rate: 266th Fattest Citizens: 277th Largest Soda Pop Sector: 320th Most Nations: 397th Largest Retail Industry: 461st Highest Disposable Incomes: 484th Most Avoided: 521st Most Rebellious Youth: 535th Most Armed: 535th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 584th Largest Gambling Industry: 616th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 655th Largest Pizza Delivery Sector: 1,331st Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,469th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,601st Highest Economic Output: 1,860th Largest Mining Sector: 1,934th Most Cultured: 1,938th Highest Average Incomes: 1,955th Largest Information Technology Sector: 2,053rd Most Scientifically Advanced: 2,057th Largest Black Market: 2,115th Largest Manufacturing Sector: 2,250th
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Libertatem - NationStates' premier Libertarian region
Founded August 5, 2012


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Brief History of Governance:
1st Constitution: 18 Jan 2013 - 18 Jun 2016
Libertatem Empire: 9 Feb 2013 - 28 Jul 2013
2nd Republic: 18 Jun 2016 - 2 Sep 2018
Interregnum: 2 Sep 2018 - 10 May 2019
Consulate: 10 May 2019 - 16 Apr 2020
3rd Republic: 6 Jun 2020 -


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The first landmark case was settled in the Third Republic in Miencraft and Rateria v. the People of Libertatem


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Regional Power: Moderate

Libertatem contains 45 nations, the 397th most in the world.

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The Highest Average Incomes in Libertatem

The World Census carefully compared the average spending power of citizens in each nation.

As a region, Libertatem is ranked 1,955th in the world for Highest Average Incomes.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free Republic of Suzi IslandCapitalizt“Or so the Germans would have us believe”
2.The Free Market Republic of West HempsteadCapitalist Paradise“What are regulations, anyway?”
3.The Free Freedom Loving Land of Living Freedom LandCapitalizt“Freedom is life and life is freedom!”
4.The Confederate Territories of SkaveriaAnarchy“For Nation! For Liberty! For Skaveria!”
5.The Boomer Republic of MiencraftAnarchy“Vidiy ner Esae Esaeiy Minsarkh”
6.The Dominion of Evil genius landMoralistic Democracy“Let's do something evil”
7.The Land of the Rising Atoll of Republic of MinervaCapitalizt“Land of the Rising Atoll”
8.The Dictatorship of Miri IslandsBenevolent Dictatorship“Liberty is Non-Negotiable”
9.The Searing Sky of ShallowellAnarchy“Shiver beneath the searing sky”
10.The Jewish Gentile of VenomRingoCapitalizt“Liberty, equality, and fraternity”
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Suzi Island wrote:Thoughts on each state: .... 5-Stars

AL: A warm muggy state with good shrimp feeds and friendly people. :)
AK: Beautiful, wild, free. --> agreed
AR: Home of the " good ole boy" crime network since before J Edgar
AZ: Sad what the Neocons did to Goldwater and family just to get McCain on the most favored list
CA: A State of Confusion and object lesson of what happens when delusional people who willfully ignore reality are in charge
CO: Build a wall around Denver and cede it to California
CT: Northeast Liberals without the clue historic cities like Boston or Philly --> Nor any clue to their own history of learning trailblazing self-government experimentally
DE: Where evil corporations hide
FL: Only place in US besides Louisiana that was so corrupt (Dade County) we (enlisted men) had to treat local government as if it were an unfriendly foreign regime.
GA: Enjoyed parts of Savannah, but couldn't stand the disparity between rural poor and working ruralites.
HI: Pretty state but way too expensive to live --> nice place to be when there are no tourists and one has cousins there
ID: Seems like a great state with good values --> Traditional Idahodian, but the State is in real danger of becoming Colorado Jr.
IL: Build a wall around Chicago and cede it to Ontario, Canada. Jewish communities there are some of the best in the world.
IN: Something to do with race cars...
IA: Caucus --> too many Democratic Party farmers not enough cowgirls
KS: The most beautiful mountains you'll never see. :)
KY: Stand with Rand --> and Senator Paul too! :)
LA: Would enjoy drinking in NOLA --> 2nd worst shore patrol duty ever
ME: Lobsters and a weird political vibe --> here be things man was not meant to know
MD: Too close to DC --> too close to Marx and Engels
MA: Massholes --> from a great shining city on a hill to a narcissistic hell-hole
MI: Home to Americas greatest college --> Reformed Theological Seminary is okay... :)
MN: colder than it seems
MS: more shrimp and better crawdads than AL
MO: I'll be deep in the cold ground before I recognize Missourah -- My flapper grandmother at 13 was arrested in KS city for indecent exposure (wearing a bathing suit that didn' t cover her shins), plus she was in an illegal speak-easy during prohibition, underage in a beauty pageant, participating in an illegal beauty pageant, public drunkenness, resisting arrest, an additional charge truancy for good measure. For some reason she hated MO also. Denominational Capitol of the US
MT: Great state where my grandfather grew up --> One of mine also. His family owned the late great Bar 93 Ranch outside Hamilton. :)
NE: Cornfields and Missile Silos
NV: the horny toads are fun to play with
NH: Expand Greater NH to include rural NY
NJ: Where cars of rural states go to die because for some reason the state of NJsubsidizes at taxpayer expense a bounty to crush them.
NM: a river runs through it
NY: a shame it is a vestigial appendage of NYC
NC: I drove to Raleigh from Old Dominion Annex (at VB) to watch Wolfpack play Blue Devils (free ticket). Left ticket at home. Friends I was to meet there got an emergency deployment out. I had a couple of loads of laundry in back seat of car so did laundry at University. It is evening (fri or sat) with a basketball game going on. I am the only one doing laundry, except for a co-ed who comes in to do her laundry and strikes up a conversation about which quad I am in. No quad. Asks where I live. I say from out of state -- a sailor from Norfolk with some free time to take classes at ODU. Asks what I am doing in Raleigh. Unthinkingly, I say, "My laundry." She gets a weird look on her face, grabs her things and quickly leaves. :(
ND: Horrible place to homestead. Nice place to meet people, if one can find them.
OH: That state that people think Idaho is next to.
OK: The State one of my Grandmothers escaped from. No joke.
OR: Build a wall 20 miles round from Portland to Eugene, cede it to "Reality" TV.
PA: Excommunicated by an FGC Yearly Meeting without the courtesy to first be shunned. My first experience with being given the left foot of fellowship, but not my last.
RI: Residents don' t take petitions to change the name of the State to Aquidneck seriously...
SC: Took voice lessons to speak with a Southern Accent to not stand out like a Yank.
SD: Underrated state --> agreed
TN: Huzzah to the county that requires each home to have a firearm. Lowest crime rates in the country for some reason.
TX: Too many Californicans.
UT: Only Military fort in the US that built its cannons facing into the its Capitol instead close to the city facing outward.
VT: Depressing place if one is not a Progressive
VA: Further you get from DC the better --> yeppers
WA: Spokane is better than Seattle --> yeppers
WI: Cheese, and Gen Con,
WY: What Idaho would be without the influx of Californians

AQ: Those penguins are up to something...
DC: I cannot express my disgust for how the District is misgoverned/maladministrated. Split the civilian areas into two city/municipalities East and West Washington, and give them back to their respective Maryland counties (Montgomery and St George's). Keep the federally owned properties as the District of Columbia and have them "administered" directly by Congress as if the can administer anything.
CZ: Its been a hell-hole ever since the Progressivist Democrats gave it away. The canal itself is now run and (profited by) Communist China. Several Citizen refugees live in Idaho and have a lot to say about their displeasure still.
GU: Beautiful places and great people --and Guam still hasn't tipped over. Imagine that.
CM and former TT (Marshall Islands et al.): Great places to be an Oceanographer.
PR: Great food, and many good people. Lots of places to avoid though. Beware the chupacabra was big when I was there. Never saw one.

Narland wrote:AL: A warm muggy state with good shrimp feeds and friendly people. :)
AK: Beautiful, wild, free. --> agreed
AR: Home of the " good ole boy" crime network since before J Edgar
AZ: Sad what the Neocons did to Goldwater and family just to get McCain on the most favored list
CA: A State of Confusion and object lesson of what happens when delusional people who willfully ignore reality are in charge
CO: Build a wall around Denver and cede it to California
CT: Northeast Liberals without the clue historic cities like Boston or Philly --> Nor any clue to their own history of learning trailblazing self-government experimentally
DE: Where evil corporations hide
FL: Only place in US besides Louisiana that was so corrupt (Dade County) we (enlisted men) had to treat local government as if it were an unfriendly foreign regime.
GA: Enjoyed parts of Savannah, but couldn't stand the disparity between rural poor and working ruralites.
HI: Pretty state but way too expensive to live --> nice place to be when there are no tourists and one has cousins there
ID: Seems like a great state with good values --> Traditional Idahodian, but the State is in real danger of becoming Colorado Jr.
IL: Build a wall around Chicago and cede it to Ontario, Canada. Jewish communities there are some of the best in the world.
IN: Something to do with race cars...
IA: Caucus --> too many Democratic Party farmers not enough cowgirls
KS: Denominational capitol of the US
KY: Stand with Rand --> and Senator Paul too! :)
LA: Would enjoy drinking in NOLA --> 2nd worst shore patrol duty ever
ME: Lobsters and a weird political vibe --> here be things man was not meant to know
MD: Too close to DC --> too close to Marx and Engels
MA: Massholes --> from a great shining city on a hill to a narcissistic hell-hole
MI: Home to Americas greatest college --> Reformed Theological Seminary is okay... :)
MN: colder than it seems
MS: more shrimp and better crawdads than AL
MO: I'll be deep in the cold ground before I recognize Missourah -- My flapper grandmother at 13 was arrested in KS city for indecent exposure (wearing a bathing suit that didn' t cover her shins), plus she was in an illegal speak-easy during prohibition, underage in a beauty pageant, participating in an illegal beauty pageant, public drunkenness, resisting arrest, an additional charge truancy for good measure. For some reason she hated MO also.
MT: Great state where my grandfather grew up --> One of mine also. His family owned the late great Bar 93 Ranch outside Hamilton. :)
NE: Cornfields and Missile Silos
NV: the horny toads are fun to play with
NH: Expand Greater NH to include rural NY
NJ: Where cars of rural states go to die because for some reason the state of NJsubsidizes at taxpayer expense a bounty to crush them.
NM: a river runs through it
NY: a shame it is a vestigial appendage of NYC
NC: I drove to Raleigh from Old Dominion Annex (at VB) to watch Wolfpack play Blue Devils (free ticket). Left ticket at home. Friends I was to meet there got an emergency deployment out. I had a couple of loads of laundry in back seat of car so did laundry at University. It is evening (fri or sat) with a basketball game going on. I am the only one doing laundry, except for a co-ed who comes in to do her laundry and strikes up a conversation about which quad I am in. No quad. Asks where I live. I say from out of state -- a sailor from Norfolk with some free time to take classes at ODU. Asks what I am doing in Raleigh. Unthinkingly, I say, "My laundry." She gets a weird look on her face, grabs her things and quickly leaves. :(
ND: Horrible place to homestead. Nice place to meet people, if one can find them.
OH: That state that people think Idaho is next to.
OK: The State one of my Grandmothers escaped from. No joke.
OR: Build a wall 20 miles round from Portland to Eugene, cede it to "Reality" TV.
PA: Excommunicated by an FGC Yearly Meeting without the courtesy to first be shunned. My first experience with being given the left foot of fellowship, but not my last.
RI: Residents don' t take petitions to change the name of the State to Aquidneck seriously...
SC: Took voice lessons to speak with a Southern Accent to not stand out like a Yank.
SD: Underrated state --> agreed
TN: Huzzah to the county that requires each home to have a firearm. Lowest crime rates in the country for some reason.
TX: Too many Californicans.
UT: Only Military fort in the US that built its cannons facing into the its Capitol instead close to the city facing outward.
VT: Depressing place if one is not a Progressive
VA: Further you get from DC the better --> yeppers
WA: Spokane is better than Seattle --> yeppers
WI: Cheese, and Gen Con,
WY: What Idaho would be without the influx of Californians

AQ: Those penguins are up to something...
DC: I cannot express my disgust for how the District is misgoverned/maladministrated. Split the civilian areas into two city/municipalities East and West Washington, and give them back to their respective Maryland counties (Montgomery and St George's). Keep the federally owned properties as the District of Columbia and have them "administered" directly by Congress as if the can administer anything.
CZ: Its been a hell-hole ever since the Progressivist Democrats gave it away. The canal itself is now run and (profited by) Communist China. Several Citizen refugees live in Idaho and have a lot to say about their displeasure still.
GU: Beautiful places and great people --and Guam still hasn't tipped over. Imagine that.
CM and former TT (Marshall Islands et al.): Great places to be an Oceanographer.
PR: Great food, and many good people. Lots of places to avoid though. Beware the chupacabra was big when I was there. Never saw one.

Anyone who mentions a single detail about New Jersey without also mentioning the urban-industrial decay of Trenton and the apparent peculiarity of gas station attendants is missing something.

It's pretty sad seeing those big neon letters ("Trenton makes; the world takes") today, in an age when Trenton doesn't make anything whatsoever and half of the lights have burned out and never been replaced.

Umakia wrote:Anyone who mentions a single detail about New Jersey without also mentioning the urban-industrial decay of Trenton and the apparent peculiarity of gas station attendants is missing something.

It's pretty sad seeing those big neon letters ("Trenton makes; the world takes") today, in an age when Trenton doesn't make anything whatsoever and half of the lights have burned out and never been replaced.

I forgot about the gas attendants -- worse than Oregon's. I was told to avoid Trenton so went through Cherry Hill instead.

Forgot VI -- Beware, most of the Island drives on the wrong side of the road. Hot, muggy, and some of the meanest tourists I have ever met. Locals were stand-offish, probably because they though I was one of those mean tourists.

Narland wrote:I forgot about the gas attendants -- worse than Oregon's. I was told to avoid Trenton so went through Cherry Hill instead.

If you missed Trenton, you didn't miss much, except maybe a museum or two. Just about every American city has degenerated into a squalid wreck, and I daren't even think about what they're like now.

Republic of Minerva wrote:4 days ago: Pevvania ceased to exist.

*gasp*

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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Umakia wrote:If you missed Trenton, you didn't miss much, except maybe a museum or two. Just about every American city has degenerated into a squalid wreck, and I daren't even think about what they're like now.

It is sad to watch America's cities rot away. I still believe that the answer is Liberty -- get rid of the Progressivist crap deliberately designed to destroy Liberty and Equality to impose their unrelenting Communist serfdom, and a return to Republican Classical Liberalism with an emphasis on Liberterianism -- republican as in republican governance, not GOP political party Republicans most of whom wouldn't know republicanism if it bit them in their wallet.

Narland wrote:I still believe that the answer is Liberty

I agree that progressivism and the GOP are a cancer, but I draw the opposite conclusion.

Umakia wrote:I agree that progressivism and the GOP are a cancer, but I draw the opposite conclusion.

Surely you do not believe the answer to be more tyranny (or more properly, more despotism)?

Narland wrote:Surely you do not believe the answer to be more tyranny (or more properly, more despotism)?

It occurs to me that all liberalism only produces a single, particular, sordid result. Whether this liberalism is shaded by left-wing associations (as in social-democracy and democratic-socialism) or by right-wing ones (as in libertarianism and liberal-conservatism) is irrelevant in the final assessment. The principal characteristic of such systems is criminal irresponsibility.

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