Category Archives: libertarianism
The more I read Jeff Deist’s “For a New Libertarian” speech, the more powerful and eloquent I find it. I don’t know if he realized it at the time, but he delivered a powerful blow against a subversive effort within … Continue reading
The writer at the Individualist has responded to my response. It is a lengthy post, but I want to focus on his final point, because it really gets to the heart of the disagreement between us (bold emphasis added). You … Continue reading
A writer over at the Individualist responds to my analysis of Jeff Deist’s “blood and soil libertarianism” speech: What Jeff Deist did, was give perhaps the most important speech in the last decade from someone who wants to depict libertarianism … Continue reading
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
Libertarianism is not anti-government. It is anti-state. Governance is not just wise, but necessary. Continue reading
The Tower of Babel A European Union poster. Much like this pro-open borders/immigration image, a picture is truly worth a thousand words and reveals far more about the intent of the movement than its proponents will ever care to admit.
A few months ago I critiqued an article at Faith and Heritage regarding libertarianism. Venturing through their site once more, I came across a 2014 article titled “Open Borders, but No Freebies”: Refuting Wilson’s Libertarian Position on Immigration. The author, … Continue reading