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Libertarian Nationalism

Following my analysis of the 16 Points of the Alt. Right, I’ve been exploring the issue of nationalism and its relationship with libertarian principles. Left libertarians typically hold the view that nationalism is wholly antithetical to the notion of freedom … Continue reading

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Children Of (No) Men

In an article published by the online magazine, Aeon, Professor Howard Rachlin engages in an Orwellian thought experiment; what if all children were separated from their parents at birth and randomly given to another family? Rachlin writes (bold emphasis added) … Continue reading

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RIP William Norman Grigg

The past week has been one of many sorrows. Adding to them is the death of a pivotal figure in the liberty movement, William Norman Grigg, a cofounder of the Libertarian Institute and a fastidious investigative reporter documenting corruption within … Continue reading

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The Trump Card

I’m assuming all of you are aware of the big news that has transpired this week concerning Trump’s decision to launch missiles into Syria – a decision so at odds with his previous views he voiced so confidently on Twitter … Continue reading

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You’re An Idiot If You Don’t Do This

To celebrate the fifth year anniversary of starting Liberty Classroom, Tom Woods is offering the life-time membership – normally $597 – for only $298. You read that correctly. $298.¬† But only for today. Plus, you get signed copies of his … Continue reading

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Low Trust Vs. High Trust Community

I¬†recently moved and can offer a very descriptive side by side comparison of what it is like to live in a low trust community and a high trust neighborhood. The issue of social trust is one libertarians tend to ignore, … 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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