Category Archives: foreign policy

The Robinson Crusoe Foreign Policy

An analysis of the novel “Robinson Crusoe” and the wisdom it offers regarding foreign policy. Continue reading

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Neocons Want An Open Marriage Foreign Policy

I'll be unembarrassedly old-fashioned here: It is profoundly depressing and vulgar to hear an American president proclaim "America First." — Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) January 20, 2017 Going berserk because an American says we should put “America First” is like going … Continue reading

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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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The Greatest Question Never Asked

Before I get to the main topic of this essay I want to discuss a promotional ad for the Amazon TV series The Man in High Castle. The show depicts an America conquered by the Nazis during World War 2.

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Libertarians Must Be the Right Messenger When Delivering the Message

To the rational person watching the political scene, it makes no sense how people vote, or who they support. Someone claims to believe in such-and-such political view, but supports a candidate who doesn’t hold that view. Or they criticize politician … Continue reading

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Doug Casey on Immigration and Borders

Crisis investor Doug Casey has added his two cents to the immigration and borders debate. I find his perspective to be rather unique, seeing as he has visited and lived in more countries than most. Unfortunately, while he provides some … Continue reading

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Serves Us Right!

The more I read libertarian literature the more I’m convinced that self-guilt is one of the most¬†unspoken yet evident causes for the way in which some will rationalize their positions as libertarian in spite of all the evidence presented that … Continue reading

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