Category Archives: philosophy

Why Santa Claus Is An Anarchist

* This will be my last post for the year, as I’m transitioning over to some new work. Merry Christmas! Growing up I watched many films as part of my family Christmas tradition. Die Hard. Home Alone 1 and 2. … Continue reading

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Here Cometh the Censors

Commenting on the show trial conviction of Dutch anti-Islam political leader Geert Wilders, Vox Day remarks: I suspect those eurofascists are going to be sincerely regretting their reprehensible and anti-democartic once the Dutch people put the PVV in power and … Continue reading

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Is Libertarianism A Slave Morality?

Sirjamesthegood at the Right Stuff makes the case that libertarianism is a special form of slave morality and the Alt. Right offers a true laissez-faire environment. Although he makes many discerning observations related to libertarian concepts such as property ownership, … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on the Trumpening

  Before I start I want to reaffirm what I wrote nearly a year ago about why putting our faith in one man to fix the country’s problems through the state is a historically proven path to disaster. Now, having … Continue reading

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A New America Will Be Created By the Young

Jack Donovan writes on why he prefers Hilary Clinton win over the Trumpenfuehrer (Recent events seem to indicate this won’t happen, but I’m not speculating). I want soldiers across the country to grimace and feel a little bit sick every … 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 Wiglaf Question

The ancient Anglo-Saxon poem Beowulf concludes with the young thegn (thane) Wiglaf as the last of the titular hero’s surviving relatives. Mourning Beowulf’s death by a dragon, Wiglaf envisions a dark future for their people. He knows that news of … Continue reading

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