Monthly Archives: February 2015

Former NSA Director: I Am a Libertarian

Update: I have edited this post to include new remarks from the Ron Paul Institute. Thankfully, someone had the intellectual honesty to say “No, you’re not!” Advertisements

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Was the Open Letter to Ron Paul an Ideological Declaration of War?

C. Jay Engel at Reformed Libertarian has written a thorough and thoughtful analysis of the current ideological war being waged between thick and thin libertarianism.

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Political Correctness is the Worst Thing to Happen to Libertarianism

Once more a thickist libertarian has ventured forth to let us all know how embarrassed they are to be a part of the liberty movement because there are – gasp – people who don’t share their exact religious, moral, sexual, cultural, … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Grey Strips Naked the Rape Culture Myth

It is curious to observe how films like Fifty Shades of Grey*, which has grossed $400 million worldwide in a little over two weeks time, fits within the context of the rape culture hysteria.

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The Coming Cultural Collapse in America

Libertarians love to talk about an imminent economic collapse, the product of too much debt, too many years of meddling by the Federal Reserve into the financial sector, and not enough savings. On this, I have no argument.

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The Video that Made Me A Libertarian

My journey politically went from anti-government in my youth, mainstream conservative in my teens, paleo-conservative/constitutionalist in my early twenties, and finally libertarian anarchist in my mid twenties.

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There Is No “Our” In Government

A writer named Carl Kandutsch recently penned a thoughtful analysis of Blood Meridian, a novel by Cormac McCarthy, in an article for CounterPunch titled “Blood Meridian’s Judge Holden in the Age of American Exceptionalism” (Speaking as an aspiring novelist myself, McCarthy … Continue reading

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