Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Future Role Of Libertarianism

Vox Day was gracious enough to respond to my analysis of his 16 Points of the Alt. Right. I’m pleased to see the conversation moving forward, because I think it is important for us to know where exactly we disagree … Continue reading

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A Libertarian Take On The 16 Points Of The Alt. Right

A libertarian analysis of Vox Day’s 16 Points Of The Alt. Right. Continue reading

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Egalitarianism Is Anti-Libertarian

One of the greatest modern shibboleths is the concept of equality as defined by egalitarianism. Proponents would have you believe that their intent is genuinely good-willed. Their aim supposedly is to end prejudice and bigotry, to treat everyone equally. However, … Continue reading

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Hipster Libertarianism

I was going to hold off on addressing a certain phenomenon within libertarianism until a later day, but I was inspired to tackle it now after a slew of Facebook posts appeared on my news feed from well-known libertarian figureheads … Continue reading

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The Best of (Fascist) Intentions

It cannot be denied that Fascism and similar movements aiming at the establishment of dictatorships are full of the best intentions and that their intervention has, for the moment, saved European civilization. The merit that Fascism has thereby won for … Continue reading

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Right-Wing Solipsism

In my essay on leftist solipsism, I explained how relying only on one’s self to determine reality has given rise to college safe spaces, because for modern leftists their solipsism is all they have on which to base their perception … Continue reading

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Leftist Solipsism

Listen, if you dare. In a recent essay I discussed the dualistic political strategy the Left employs. Today, I want to discuss leftist solipsism and how it explains their incapacity to see the irony in their opposition to men such … Continue reading

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