Monthly Archives: November 2016

Why Yes California Will Be A No-Go

Tom Woods’ latest blog post goes through the hilariously pitiful spectacle that is the California secession effort. Because Yes California is a leftist organization, even when it’s right it’s wrong. The group claims it could not secede from the Union … Continue reading

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Converting Leftists Into Libertarians: An Exercise in Futility

Justin Moldow at Liberty Hangout laments the libertarian movement’s continuing delusion that leftists make natural liberty lovers (bold emphasis added). Even though these leftists just voted for the biggest warmongering neocon in the race, they are convinced that leftists will … Continue reading

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Heil Pearl-Clutching!

The pearl-clutching and virtue-signaling reached Everest-high heights this week in response to a very thoughtful, articulate speech by Richard Spencer of the National Policy Institute. Spencer concluded his talk with “Hail Trump. Hail our people. Hail victory!” In response, a … Continue reading

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Give No Quarter

Vice President Elect Mike Pence recently got booed during a performance of a musical about Alexander Hamilton. He was later giving a moral lecture by the cast and a far worse reception from the audience. Gary North says Pence got … Continue reading

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Your Chance to Attend The Best Online Libertarian University

Back in 2012, Tom Woods started a site called Liberty Classroom. The purpose of it was to teach people about real economics while providing a freedom-based education on history and philosophy. Some of the courses include Introduction to Logic, Western … Continue reading

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“The Last Resort of the Thinking and The Good.”

A comment by Joshua Bennett on my previous post regarding militia reminded me of a passage from Richard Henry Dana, Jr.’s book Two Years Before the Mast. An early 19th Century Harvard student, Dana joined a ship and sailed the … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on the Trumpening

  Before I start I want to reaffirm what I wrote nearly a year ago about why putting our faith in one man to fix the country’s problems through the state is a historically proven path to disaster. Now, having … Continue reading

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