Monthly Archives: January 2015
Most objections to libertarianism consist of ad hominem attacks – that is, attacking the person and/or their intentions rather than the argument. When this fails, objections generally run toward grandiose ex cathedra pronouncement about the world that not only doesn’t match … Continue reading
In war, one argument used by the government is that the other people aren’t “civilized,” implying they are not to be afforded the same courtesies normally expected.
I came across this article from Veterans Today by the senior editor, Gordon Duff, a former sniper in the Vietnam Conflict. It is definitely a must-read for people who want to know what actually happens on the battlefield. When veterans come … Continue reading
One of the supposed planks of the Republican Party is being pro-life* – as long as the unborn child is an American, that is. And as long as it’s politically expedient.
Leave it to Sean Connery to summarize my sentiments exactly.
Obviously the idea of reducing and then abolishing the state sounds inane. This is because people misinterpret what libertarians are actually saying. The inference is that we intend to carry this out tomorrow, when what we are actually offering is … Continue reading