Monthly Archives: March 2016

All In the (Libertarian) Family

Reason Magazine has a book review of Hayek’s Modern Family: Classical Liberalism and the Evolution of Social Institutions, by Steven Horwitz, I have not read the book but wanted to give some commentary on quotes found within the review itself, … Continue reading

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National Review Takes Off the Mask

This article by a writer with the National Review needs to be read to be believed. As you’re reading it, keep in mind that this is only what the writer wrote and what the magazine actually published. Imagine what is … Continue reading

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K Selection Reproductive Strategy is the Libertarian Strategy

Prior to a few months ago I had never heard of r or k reproduction strategy. It’s been popping up a lot among libertarians and those on the Alt. Right. From what I’ve gathered, here’s how it works. The r … Continue reading

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Keep Calm and Stay Informed

At the beginning of this year I stayed off of social media for about a week. As a result I had a much lower stress level. Not knowing meant not caring. What I’ve realized since then is that ignoring or … Continue reading

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Why Libertarians Must Become the New Barbarians

Masculine writer Jack Donovan gave this speech several years ago. I think it provides a template mindset for libertarians to adopt as the movement evolves. (You can also read the speech transcript here). There are many traditional or classical definitions … Continue reading

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Don’t Confuse Morality with Stability

Sometimes I’ll hear people say “things weren’t so great back in the ol’ days.” Most of them are referring to the 1950s, and it’s in response to the nostalgic types who look back fondly on the era of Leave It … Continue reading

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