Pledge of Allegiance in frightening images & articles at http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-pledge.html
For fascinating information about symbolism see http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-swastika.html 
Hear audio on worldwide radio at http://rexcurry.net/audio-rex-curry-podcast-radio.html
Fan Mail http://rexcurry.net/pledge_heart.html

As a libertarian lawyer, Dr. Rex Curry is often asked about legal ways to do things that are normally illegal in the USA or in some states.  One way to avoid the USA's growing police state is to travel. http://rexcurry.net/trip.html
How socialists in the USA spread government here and abroad http://rexcurry.net/anarchaeology.html
Anarcheological analysis of Tampa, Florida  http://rexcurry.net/tour.html    
Greco-Roman Archaeology and the chaos it caused http://rexcurry.net/archaeology-greco-roman.html
Anarcheological comments on roads, mass transit, & transportation http://rexcurry.net/roads.html
An anti-socialist sociologist uncovers the meaning of the sick socialist swastika at http://rexcurry.net/swastikanews.html

SCHEDULE CAPITALIST TOURS & TAMPA TOURS - learn about the libertarian heritage of Florida and the Bay area, and join Rex for skiing and wakeboarding on the Hillsborough River, in Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida.

    The Libertarian Club of Tampa has launched a new service for tourists: Capitalism Tours.  The Capitalist Tours highlight Tampa's libertarian history while criticizing the role of taxation and government.  The tour includes the following sites:

    Plant Hall - A privately built grand hotel, built by Tampa's foremost capitalist, Henry B. Plant, who put Tampa on the map.  The site is now a private university (It is unfortunate that there are periodic discussions about the university being taken over by the state).  The tour proceeds near the Port of Tampa and near the path of the private rail system that Plant built, giving life to the Bay area. It is unfortunate that the Port and rail system are now operated or subsidized by government, and that the private mass transit of commuter rail that capitalism provided in the past was put out of business by government taking over the road-building business.  Now, public officials want to tax everyone to rebuild rail transit as a socialized system, decades after they destroyed the private version.

Stetson University - Florida’s first private university, Stetson University was founded in 1883 by New York philanthropist Henry A. DeLand as DeLand Academy. The University’s name was changed in 1889 to honor John B. Stetson, the nationally-known private (non-socialist) hat manufacturer who gave (voluntarily) generously of his time and means, and who served, with Mr. DeLand and others, as a founding trustee of the University.

    Ruth Eckerd Hall - A mostly private performing arts center in which everyone can take pride, as compared with the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center in which everyone takes socialist shame.  Any establishment named after private individuals probably is more honorable than any establishment named after a governmental entity or politician.  Although Ruth Eckerd Hall included government money, it was largely a private initiative. Ruth Eckerd Hall began in November 1977 when June Baumgardner Gelbart donated a 38-acre parcel of land.  It is unfortunate that the land, which had been privately owned, was donated to the City of Clearwater.  Gelbart and her former husband, Richard B. Baumgardner, were owners of the Kapok Tree restaurants, private restuarants which attracted throngs of diners with family-style meals and remarkable decor.  Ruth Eckerd Hall, the first facility on the site, was named after the wife of Jack Eckerd (founder Eckerd Drug Stores, a private retail drug chain operating in 20 states) to honor the Eckerd’s for their donations.   We are all thankful that the government was not invited to participate in the restaurants and drug stores or Eckerd College.

    Eckerd College: the only private national liberal arts college in Florida, is located on a waterfront setting in St. Petersburg.  In 1972, Florida Presbyterian College in St. Petersburg was renamed Eckerd College to show appreciation for gifts totaling more than $10 million.

    Davis Island - The walk proceeds east from Plant Hall, and pass Hyde Park Street for a view of Davis Island. The capitalist David P. Davis molded two lumps of silt and sludge (what environmentalists would glorify as a "wetland") into Tampa's most attractive and affluent neighborhoods.  Try doing that today. 

    Harbor Island - another bunch of upscale homes built by capitalists on an island manufactured long ago from muck.

The Port of Tampa -used to be private, built by Henry B. Plant?

    Ybor City  -the entrepreneur Vicente Ybor brought the Cigar trade to Tampa, giving it the nickname "Cigar City," and turned a swamp, with dangerous bellowing alligators and vicious panthers (what environmentalists would glorify as a "wetland"), into Ybor City.

    Much of Ybor City was destroyed in the 1960's by government's "urban renewal" program. Today, local statists want to regulate the life out of Ybor City's recent revival.  If the area were a wetland today it would be impossible to develop.

    Tampa's first sidewalk -  The walk continues east to the Southeast corner of Franklin and La Fayette streets where, in 1888, Archibald Ross, a popular Tampa banker, laid pavement 168 feet long and 8 feet wide around his brick building on that corner.  A memorial, with remnants of  Ross' historic marble sidewalk, still stands at the Southeast Corner of Franklin and Kennedy,  where City Hall now darkens the corner. 
    At the sidewalk, tour participants are asked to reflect upon the Gandy Bridge and Ben T. Davis Beach, both named after the capitalists responsible for the Gandy Bridge and the Courtney Campbell Causeway, respectively, George T. Gandy and Ben T. Davis. George Gandy even lived in his toll house that straddled his privately owned bridge.  It is unfortunate that both roadways are owned and operated by the government now, and helped destroy private mass transit in the area.

    Tampa's first library was built by the capitalist Andrew Carnegie.  Willie Lowry (that's a female Willie), read about the availability of Carnegie grants in a magazine and wrote for information.  Mrs. A.E. Dick of the Tampa Women's Club knew someone who knew the famous financier and the club received a positive reply from Carnegie. Later, the club discovered that Tampa City Council was unwilling to assume the library's maintenance even if the library was built tax free.  Nevertheless, the club persevered, and in 1917 Tampa's first library, in a beautiful building still standing near the downtown police station, opened to users. 

    Hillsborough High School in Tampa has eight tall stained-glass windows adorning its auditorium.  At first glance from outside, the windows appear to have some old religious purpose.  The details of the windows are not visible from the street, so further investigation requires entry into the school.  Thereupon, it is seen that there are no corpses on crosses, but pictures of Euclid, Galileo and other men of science (including Einstein), interspersed with microscopes, telescopes, amoeba and planets. What a surprise!  There, among that awe-inspiring church-like solemnity of glowing color is the glorification of reason and science, in a medium traditionally reserved for faith and religion.  Wouldn't that make an interesting "church?"  Hallelujah!?   Before I personally investigated those religious-looking windows I remember asking a former student what was depicted.  She said, "Gee, I don't remember, I never paid any attention."  I suspect the irony of it all has been lost on just about everyone who has ever been in the school.

Gorrie Elementary School - named after the great capitalist John Gorrie who (along with Willis Carrier) should be a state hero for creating and popularizing air conditioning.  Many people say that Florida exists because of Freon and pesticide. Florida's growth did not occur until air conditioning, and would not have, but for it. Florida would clear out if air conditioning ceased to exist.  John Gorrie Elementary School memorializes one of the men who made Florida bearable.

It is sad to note that Gorrie Elementary school is a government school (socialist school or non-capitalist school) even though it honors in a minor way (in its name) a great capitalist.

Outside Gorrie and all other government schools (socialist schools) there is a U.S. government flag. Some of the blame for flags at schools belongs to Francis Bellamy, author of the Pledge of Allegiance (1892), who resided in Tampa at 2926 Wallcraft Aveune (arriving in 1924). There is a historical marker at the house today. There is also historical marker in the median of Bayshore Boulevard at Wallcraft Avenue. The Bayshore waymark describes Bellamy as "most neglected patriot in American history" probably because the more that is learned about Bellamy the more disturbing he becomes. The waymarker references the Tampa Tribune, even though most newspapers neglect Bellamy because they will not print photos of the early American stiff-arm salute and they report only the shallowest propaganda about Bellamy. Tampa Florida is where Bellamy died in 1931 and where Bellamy's Pledge of Allegiance died also, much later.  

Bellamy was a National Socialist and his Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the stiff-armed salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers Party. Bellamy wanted the government to take over all schools so that schools could be used to spread Bellamy's dogma of military socialism.

Florida is one of the oddball states that continues to require the Pledge of Allegiance in government schools every day for 12 years of every child's life.  

Due to its appearance on maps, Florida is often said to look as if it hails the rest of the United States with the early Pledge salute (the straight-arm salute, origin of the German National Socialist gesture used by Adolf Hitler to "heil" the Hakenkreuz/swastika flag of his nation).

Adirolf (the backward state of Florida) engages in brainwashing propaganda that is so intense that it also requires a U.S. flag in every classroom (and even college classrooms) and even specifying each flag's size. That is in addition to the outdoor flags placed over government schools. 

A Holocaust Museum is nearby in St. Petersburg. http://www.flholocaustmuseum.org In 2004, a proposal urged that Holocaust Museums should expand (and triple in size and scope) by including Wholecaust Museums to help educate people about the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): ~60 million slaughtered under the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, ~50 million under the Peoples' Republic of China; ~20 under the National Socialist German Workers Party.

The American Socialist Francis Bellamy should be added to the Holocaust Museum as the origin of the straight-arm salute, military socialism, and the use of government schools (socialist schools) to glorify government/socialism.

Confederate Veteran's Park - regarding the War for Southern Independence, also known as the War of Northern Aggression. Compare the U.S. flag, known as the Star Spangled Banner.

Seminole Gambling Casino - Thank goodness for the Indians. It is illegal for everyone else to do it.

Florida Yard Lizards. Naked.

Famous Nudist Colonies.

Gun shooting ranges. Take your New York relatives and other Northern relatives who are denied their 2nd Amendment freedoms.

price gouging laws.

This anarchaeology tour (and more below and at http://rexcurry.net/trip.html )is from the anarchaeological studies of the Society of Anarchaeologists and borrowed from the work of the world-famous Anarchaeologist Dr. Rex Curry.


At many college campuses (including the University of Florida UF) before many football games, trucks travel around campus to pick-up all trash cans and benches to prevent them from being thrown and used for vandalism after the game.  News outlets do their usual lobotomy reportage on the weapon round-up as if it is amusing. Violent activity that exists on taxation/theft is funny to graduates of government schools. The same news outlets dutifully regurgitate claptrap from criminal politicians whenever they want to ban or restrict nude dancing, prostitution or any non-violent activity that does not rely on taxation/theft. Non-violent activity that does not take taxation/theft is bad to graduates of government schools.

Thus government will use taxation/theft and violence to persecute non-violent activity that does not use taxation/theft.  The government has wasted a lot of time doing that to Joe Redner, owner of the famous Mons Venus. Redner has successfully litigated against government for decades. The government has paid him a lot of money for its losses.

    I suspect that Winston Churchill would have enjoyed this (though I extend my apologies just in case).
    A wealthy investor appears before the local governing body and says “If I promised to operate a sports team locally, would you be good socialists and build me a socialized stadium?”   All of the elected officials nod gleefully and say “Yes, Sir!”
    Then the wealthy investor says “Well, would you be good socialists and build me a socialized facility if I promised to operate a nude dance establishment?”   A look of shock comes over all of the elected officials, and they scream “What do you think we are?!?!”
    The wealthy investor says “Well, we’ve established that you are socialistic prostitutes.  Now we’re just haggling over the details.”

Fight urban planning regulations and oppose historic preservation laws. They are hysterical perversions and historical perversions. Fight the dogma of Edward Bellamy, Francis Bellamy, and Looking Backward at the Pledge of Allegiance

As a libertarian lawyer, Dr. Rex Curry is often asked about legal ways to do things that are normally illegal in the USA or in some states.  One way to avoid the USA's growing police state is to travel. http://rexcurry.net/trip.html

Vacations are a fun time to leave the USA and to avoid as many US laws as possible (but not really "breaking" the law because U.S. laws don't normally apply in foreign countries).  It can be a fun time to leave your home state and to avoid as many home-state laws as possible in another state (whenever friends visit from New York City we fill the car with guns and take them out shooting).  Another example: Cuban cigars can be bought in most foreign countries (the USA's police state prosecutes its citizens with felony charges for the peaceful non-violent vice of importing and smoking a Cuban cigar). Gambling is enjoyed (the USA's police state prosecutes its citizens with criminal charges for the peaceful non-violent vice of gambling in much of the USA and the only reason Florida has any land-based casino gambling is thank goodness for the Indians). Grand Cayman has a turtle farm where humans can handle sea turtles (the USA's police state prosecutes its citizens with felony charges for merely handling sea turtles.  The USA's government nearly destroyed the Grand Cayman turtle farm). Grand Cayman serves turtle burgers and turtle fritters and turtle anyway it can be prepared (that's illegal in the U.S. and they will confiscate any jewelry or products that you purchase that are made from turtles).  Mexico lets you walk on top of Mayan ruins (that is probably an arrestable offense in the USA's police state).  At the Grand Canyon, the Hualapai Indians, on their reservation, will let tourists do things that might result in arrest or hassling by federal bureaucrats. 

Cruises are a great time to learn about and liberty and meet people who love liberty too.  Take T-shirts and caps that read "Say No to Searches" and "My socialist Slave number is 262-00-6302" and "More government means you need more guns" and "RexCurry.net" all visible at http://rexcurry.net   Your audience is captive. Every time a boat photographer wants to shoot you, say "yes."  Your shirts and caps will be sprinkled throughout the photo gallery and every single passenger will see them.  And join in the videotaped activities that the cruise line replays constantly on the TV.  

Nothing ruins a vacation like the government, and especially the U.S. police state.  They demand your papers coming and going, search you and your luggage, and they want the asinine U.S. Customs form 6059B (19 CFR 122.27, 148.12, 148.13, 148.110, 148.111, 1498, 31 CFR 5316) upon your return. You can be held prisoner for hours waiting in the heat for your government to let you go home.  Everyone is fuming all over the boat about the local gestapo, and that is the perfect time to walk all the way around each level of the boat and then switch your shirt and cap and do it again, over and over, until the prisoners are freed.

Liberty and worldwide history trips are here http://rexcurry.net/trip.html

Enjoy Capitalist tours and Capitalism Tourism in Tampa, Florida at http://rexcurry.net/tour.html

Articles on Anarcheology  http://rexcurry.net/anarchaeology.html

AMSTERDAM: http://rexcurry.net/commentary/vices.html It has personal freedoms found almost no where else. http://rexcurry.net/vicesdutch.html and http://rexcurry.net/vicesdutch2.html and lot's of man-made land http://rexcurry.net/commentary/everglades.html

: http://rexcurry.net/arizona.html Reject government tours of the Grand Canyon. Embrace the Hualapai River Runners & Indian Reservation.

: http://rexcurry.net/ecoturtles.html tasty sea turtles and conchs, but no caimans! http://rexcurry.net/cayman.html

: http://rexcurry.net/commentary/London.html they need guns.

: http://rexcurry.net/commentary/woodman.html capitalism! see the Triangle Shirtwaist building http://rexcurry.net/shirtwaist.html

: http://rexcurry.net/commentary/philadelphia.html liberty seems so long ago.

KEY WEST, FLORIDA: http://rexcurry.net/curry-mansion.html The Curry Mansion shows how historic preservation should be private, through capitalism, and not through the government. See the Curry Mansion on the local tour and learn about the rich history of Curry Capitalists. http://rexcurry.net/commentary/everglades.html and http://rexcurry.net/commentary/reefs.html and http://rexcurry.net/ecoconch.html

TAMPA, FLORIDA: http://rexcurry.net/tour.html discover it's heritage of freedom. Meet local libertarians, and enjoy boating, skiing and wakeboarding on the Hillsborough River. http://rexcurry.net/commentary/earthcharter.html and http://rexcurry.net/orangebikes.html and http://rexcurry.net/drugdogs.html

: http://rexcurry.net/commentary/Ybor.html don't let hysterical perversionists destroy it.

COZUMEL, MEXICO: http://rexcurry.net/cozumel.html May I ruin Mayan ruins? Yes!

For more ideas on liberty the historic district problem and others see http://rexcurry.net

Historic preservation laws are bad.  When government aids historic preservation with tax dollars, regulations, or in any way, the government becomes the violator of property rights. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg

The purpose of government is to protect individuals and their property from interference by others.   That is why Libertarians, Objectivists, and freedom-loving people oppose government assistance in historic preservation. http://rexcurry.net/commentary/historic.html

So long as preservationists spend their own money and time, and do not use government to pursue their petty fetish, they may do as they like with property they own or purchase, and leave the property of others alone. http://rexcurry.net/curry-mansion.html

As an attorney, the historian Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets") is consulted about historic preservation laws, historic districts and other violations of private property rights. Known as the "Libertarian Historic Preservationist," he notes that today's historic preservationists impede greater histories of the future. Historic preservationists block future historic structures. They prevent historic homes from being replaced by new homes that would also become historical.  Newer structures become more historical than the old ones, thanks to capitalism. 

Historic preservationists owe their entire movement and  a debt of gratitude (which they will never pay) to capitalism.  Historic homes and buildings were built by capitalists and they are historical only because capitalists kept building other homes and buildings.  Preservable history exists only because change occurred.

Historic preservation is antidisestablishmentarianism.  The 28-letter word describes people who stop others from fighting the establishment and changing things.  Preservationism was thoroughly debunked by the capitalist philosopher Ayn Rand in her novel "The Fountainhead."   Preservationists are neo-luddites and, like the luddites of 19th Century England, they fight progress as well as the liberty, property rights and capitalism that bring progress, and they use old structures as an excuse. http://rexcurry.net/commentary/philadelphia.html

It is the dogma of American socialists like Francis Bellamy (author of the "Pledge of Allegiance") and Edward Bellamy (author of the book "Looking Backward") and their desire to nationalize all property in their global nationalism movment. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg

That dogma of socialism not only destroys history and historic structures, it also destroys prosperity and lives. It did all of that and more in the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): ~60 million slaughtered under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; ~50 million under the Peoples' Republic of China; ~20 million under the National Socialist German Workers' Party. http://rexcurry.net/swastika3swastika.jpg

Some preservationists say that they are trying to "teach history."  What lesson is to be learned?  Judging from the regulatory slant of preservationists, old structures are grotesque reminders of how bad things were before government grew so big and preservationists grew so powerful.

A principled preservation group would restore not just old structures, but what produced them: free enterprise, progress, and the historic relationship of government and people.  Old homes would teach of times when taxes and government revenue were tiny, when old neighborhoods and private mass transit flourished, when historic preservationists could not impose their whims on private property. Old homes would memorialize a history of individual rights and capitalism.  A principled preservation group would act without government aid and against it.  Now that's historic preservation! http://rexcurry.net/curry-mansion.html

Modern preservationists do not preserve history.  All real estate has history spanning the age of the earth.  Why do preservationists fixate on present structures?  "Hysterical" preservationists can only histrionically whine, "It's what's there now!"  Preservationism is strange idolatry that romanticizes old homes as empty symbols of arbitrary times.  They do not want to preserve everything that is historic, and they do not want to restore the historic Pledge of Allegiance to the flag, nor even remind anyone about those parts of their romanticized history. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg

Historic preservation does not involve conflicts between property "rights" and "responsibilities."  There is never such a conflict.  People have property rights and everyone's responsibility is not to violate those rights.

The same government that trumpets preservation destroyed historic neighborhoods with urban renewal, strangled downtown businesses with taxes and bureaucracy, and helped build highways through historic communities.  The expansive government preservationists support destroys more historical private property than it ever saves.  

Modern preservationists shirk responsibility. Preservationists do not plan ahead, but wait until new construction nears and then cry for government to intervene.  It never matters how preservation impacts dreary people who need jobs, food, clothing, and shelter.  Preservationists who enlist government are cavalier people with a love for old structures no deeper than their neighbors' pockets.


Join libertarians against historic preservation legislation. Learn about the Committee for the Protection of your Rights (CPR). The fact that CPR opposes the historic ordinances does not mean that they oppose historic preservation.  They oppose laws about historic preservation.

Learn about Randal O'Toole, a researcher with the Cato Institute in Washington D.C. He says that government planning does more harm than good. He is well known for his libertarian opposition to any form of urban planning.  He exposes the nonsensical interventionist moves by government to disrupt the forces of supply and demand in an effort to engineer certain outcomes in our sadly mixed economy.

Stop historic preservation Nazis and Gestapo.


Legislators who tout the Pledge of Allegiance met defeat three times recently at the hands of Dr. Rex Curry of the Libertarian Party of Florida. Thanks to the nation's leading authority on the Pledge of Allegiance, Dr. Curry, a new Pledge of Allegiance law died in committee, a federal judge ruled that a school pledge law is unconstitutional, and pledge supporters in the legislature met defeat in a debate challenge. http://rexcurry.net/debate-florida-legislature.html  

In the following radio broadcast, Dr. Curry discusses the debate issues (and all Florida legislators, including Rep. Legg and Sen. Fasano, were invited to participate). http://rexcurry.net/rexcurry9a-the-edge-2006.mp3

The pledge was opposed because of new historical discoveries showing that the pledge was the origin of the salute of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazis). http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-pledge.html

Florida's Legislators did not dispute the work of Professor Curry that proves the relationship of the pledge to National Socialism and totalitarianism. Even the sponsors of the proposed new pledge law, Representative John Legg and Senator Mike Fasano, were part of the debate challenge and they did not present any opposition. Senator Fasano was especially gracious in his response.

The controversies raised disturbing questions about legislators, and provide evidence that legislators are victims of government schools and the rampant ignorance that those socialist schools cultivate:

Many legislators were so ignorant of American history, that until they learned of Dr. Curry's research, they did not know that the early Pledge of Allegiance used a straight-arm salute. http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-pledge.html  



The incumbent Democrat and her Libertarian challenger have very different views on government's role.

Libertarian candidate Rex Curry and Democrat Arthenia L. Joyner agree the residents of state House District 59, one of the poorest districts in Florida, need help. They agree on nothing else.

Curry, a sixth-generation Floridian, said that the unchecked growth of government has actually harmed its citizens.

"Poor people hurt the most from taxes on goods and services, and from the loss of jobs when businesses are taxed and cannot grow," said Curry, a Tampa lawyer.

Joyner, a lawyer in Tampa since 1969, has dedicated much of her life to boards and agencies that serve the once vital and now blighted inner
city. In a district that is nearly 60 percent black and 59 percent female, Joyner was elected in 2000 with 70 percent of the vote.

She focused on economic development issues, which she sees as central to revitalizing the depressed east Tampa community.

Curry lives in the district, but his recipe for improving the plight of its needy residents is to shrink government. The state's population has doubled during the last quarter-century, he said, but the budget has increased more than 1,000 percent during the same period.

So why aren't people better off, he asked.

"In a healthy society, the need for government should constantly decrease as we solve our problems," Curry said. "The marketplace is how you make intelligent decisions. People spending their own money."

Joyner said the Legislature faces a budget crisis this coming year as it struggles to "fund recurring programs with nonrecurring funds." New taxes are already being discussed, she said, though it would be preferable to handle shortfalls with belt-tightening.

Curry proposes strangulation rather than belt-tightening.

"I encourage people to remove their children from government schools," he said. "My goal is to get them their money back."

District 59 State House
published October 31, 2002


Learn more about the horrors of socialism and other anti libertarian policies -

Francis Bellamy lived in Tampa http://rexcurry.net/edward%20bellamy.jpg Learn how the socialism of Francis Bellamy and Edward Bellamy (Francis' cousin) harmed Tampa and the world in Tampa Tours.
Francis Bellamy Wallcraft Waymarker Bayshore Tampa Tours

Socialism is the dogma of historic preservation http://rexcurry.net/swastika3swastika.jpg Historic preservation?
Historic Preservation, Urban Planning, Swastika,1932 National Socialist election poster
Historic Preservation http://rexcurry.net/swastika3swastika.jpg Historic Preservation and Swastikas.

Libertarian Party Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida Candidate Dr. Rex Curry, Libertarian Party Leader & Libertarian Lawyer on FREE MARKET ENVIRONMENTALISM, ECO CAPITALISM, LIBERTARIAN ENVIRONMENTALISM, ECOLOGISM

Libertarian Party Tampa, Hillsborough County, Libertarian Candidate Dr. Rex Curry Libertarian Party Leader & Libertarian Lawyer Professor & Attorney At Law on Eco Capitalism, Libertarian Environmentalism, Free Market Envionmentalism