Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Myth of Legislating Prosperity

A persistent myth one encounters among leftists is that government action via legislation leads to prosperity. In fact, I would argue this is the defining characteristic of a leftist, albeit to some extent many among the Alt-Right; government is the … Continue reading

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Blood and Soil Libertarianism

This week, Mises Institute President Jeff Deist gave what is probably the most important libertarian speech made in the past decade (bold emphasis added): …libertarians have a bad tendency to fall into utopianism, into portraying liberty as something new age … Continue reading

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No Imagination

You’ve got no imagination. You couldn’t even decide what to do with all that money, so you had to buy what everybody else wanted. – Charlie Croker, The Italian Job Update: A reader with an imagination writes: Would we even … Continue reading

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‘Muh Hate Speech – Be Careful What You Wish For

RamzPaul is one of my favorite people to follow on Twitter. Not only is he smart, but he has a razor-sharp wit that condenses a 1,000 word essay I might write into 160 characters or less. Denying the Holocaust in … Continue reading

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Ludwig Von Mises Opposed Mass Migration

The more one reads of actual libertarians such as Ludwig Von Mises, the more one realizes how perverted, distorted, and warped the modern perception of libertarianism is as described by “lolbertarians” whose primary interests is in ‘muh weed, gay sex, … Continue reading

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Gender Is Voluntary, But Somehow Political Consent Is Not

The irreplaceable Tom Woods offers an excellent observation that dovetails well with my post yesterday concerning the validity of social contracts. Recall that as typically described by statists, social contracts are implicit agreements that you consent to with or without … Continue reading

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When Social Contracts Are Valid

We libertarians are often fond of mocking those who flaunt “social contracts” to justify state-enforced rules, laws, regulations, and policies. This is usually followed by the equally popular, “if you don’t like America, you can get out!” Suffice to say, … Continue reading

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