On the Consistency of Liberty Principles

I love this article. One of the accusations against libertarianism’s principles today is the idea that libertarians so often come to the exact or nearly exact same conclusions when they look at an issue. This conformity shows, people argue, that libertarians don’t think for themselves, because how can people agree on so many issues, with…

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State or Private Law Society

by Hans Hermann Hoppe: Alone on his island, Robinson Crusoe can do whatever he pleases. For him, the question concerning rules of orderly human conduct – social cooperation – simply does not arise. This question can only arise once a second person, Friday, arrives on the island. Yet even then, the question remains largely irrelevant…

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BOOM, BABY!

Today, Ron Paul and Barney “Worst Democrat in Congress” Frank proposed legislation to legalize mary jane. In Washington, if you missed the front of the Seattle Times today, the state is conducting hearings on the same topic (and Johnny McKay, a good family friend of ours, is heading the charge along with Rick Steves, travel…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – June Edition, Volume II

All the things you need to know for the second time this month… For the first, I will direct you to another website, where there is yet more proof that the media is doing a very poor job picking up large stories. Here are 12 important stories you should be hearing about. Meanwhile, nearly half…

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+ To say, as the advocates of our government do, that a man must give up some of his natural rights, to a government, in order to have the rest of them protected the government being all the while the sole and irresponsible judge as to what rights he does give up, and what he…

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