Monthly Archives: July 2016

Never Argue With the Enemy

Never argue with an avowed enemy on his terms. Whether you come across them online or encounter them during the natural course of a day, either mock their ideas or ignore them. But for the love of God don’t argue … Continue reading

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The Greatest Speech Ever Made?

In 1940, famous silent film comedian Charlie Chaplin made a film called the Great Dictator. Released at the onset of World War II, the movie was a lampoon of Hitler and Nazism. Despite tackling a somber issue, it was very … Continue reading

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The Leftist Imperative

The keeper of the Anarchist Notebook would like to bring your attention to a particular maxim found among its pages, which will most likely prove useful as you venture out into the vile world of political chaos. (opens book, blows … Continue reading

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The Wrath of the Reawakened Saxon

The Wrath of the Reawakened Saxon*

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Libertarianism, Culture and Race

Recently libertarian presidential candidate John MacAfee took the libertarian party to task for being predominantly Western white men. Predictably, he saw this as something to be ashamed of. His assumed premise is that everyone is the same and therefore thinks … Continue reading

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A State of Insecurity

States actually care greatly about what their people think of them. This may come as a surprise you, especially if you’re a libertarian. Don’t mistake this to mean that they act in accordance with the will of the people. Sometimes … Continue reading

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