Category Archives: borders

The Death of Civic Nationalism

Jeff Deist comes out with the hammer on why the Democrats won in Virginia. National Review seems to think the recent election in Virginia was about Trump, when in fact it was entirely about demographics…..Northern Virginia is also full of … Continue reading

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The Not-So-Great Divorce

Fred Reed’s latest column about how much the peoples of the USA hate each other but won’t separate is worth a gander. I just want to add two quick thoughts as to why the Left and Right won’t quit each other. … 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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When It’s OK To Tell Someone”If You Don’t Like America, Then You Can Get Out!”

Several years ago, I wrote an essay titled The libertarian response to “If you don’t like America then you can get out!” It is one of the most visited posts on this site. I recently discovered that it is now … Continue reading

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A Dying Appeal

In Should Libertarians Support a Police State? open borders advocate Jacob Hornberger writes: Our American ancestors tried to protect people from unreasonable searches by federal officials. They understood that a free society necessarily depends on external constraints placed on the … Continue reading

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The Cult Of Imperium

In Pleasantville: Libertarianism and the Cult of Liber, author Ehud Would at Faith and Heritage commits a slew of inaccuracies in attempting to refute libertarianism. I really tire of having to point out that Ayn Rand was not a libertarian … Continue reading

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Hatefact of the Week

Hatefact of the Week A large segment of the American population just spent the last 72 hours expressing more concern, interest, compassion, sympathy, and attention on social media toward the plight of abstract people they have never met and who … Continue reading

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