is the title of a long essay by Murray Rothbard that I found particularly counter-culture and yet fascinating. In it, Rothbard exposes the fallacy inherent in the thought that everyone is equal or should be treated so by law, especially where there is no evidence of such but a disparate impact on the target group.…Details
After suffering through a gender studies lecture last night that blew my mind with how narrow and short-sighted it was, I thought this video summed up well how the state is perpetuated by intellectuals and vice versa, and how these people will never contribute to the productivity of society (but some sure may ruin it):…Details
Last night, thinking about my love affair with the guys of Mises.org, I decided they needed a torrent full of their economic wisdom in publications, speeches, and interviews. They beat me to it. If you have 150 gigs of free hard drive space, this is something worth having – an economic library full of information…Details
I forgot these two earlier this week (and much to my shame, they are better than my first finds…)! Thanks Fiona!
Forever’s Not So Long:
is the truth. But we will not know it, because we are too busy entertaining ourselves to death…: This applies governmentally to our endless wars, but most of all to our endless spending. Not even the establishment can see it coming… It applies personally to those of you who know people that do not take…Details
A column from LewRockwell this morning spoke to me of the true political labels that matter: Authoritarian versus Libertarian… The question isn’t whether you’re a liberal or conservative. Who can say what either of those labels means anymore? Like “Christian,” a liberal (or a conservative) can be anything he wants to be and still claim…Details