Category Archives: doom and gloom

The “Let ‘Em Burn” Doctrine

I was initially uncertain of whether to publish this, until I saw a recent post by Boxer in which he made an observation within the context of our post-modern feminism culture, that explains much of what I’ve wanted to say … 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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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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Why American Men (Should) Own Guns

Bob Murphy notes some of the colorful thoughts offered by Clintonistas following their loss to the God Emperor Elect (yes, I’m being facetious). Some choice Tweets include sex positive psycho Laci Green:

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Why This Libertarian Believes We Will Never Abolish the State

I’m discussing this in my upcoming ebook (God knows when I’ll finish it) but a recent spat within the “liberty movement” compelled me to bring it up here first. When a person begins their journey as a libertarian and internalizing the … Continue reading

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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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National Review Takes Off the Mask

This article by a writer with the National Review needs to be read to be believed. As you’re reading it, keep in mind that this is only what the writer wrote and what the magazine actually published. Imagine what is … Continue reading

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