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Libertarians (Wrongly) Presuppose Common Values

Over at the Orthosphere, writer Kristor levels a criticism of libertarianism that it presupposes the absence of any common culture (don’t misunderstand his use of the word “cult”). Libertarianism is ever the precursor to tyranny. For, it proposes the maximum … Continue reading

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A Warning, Not A Lecture

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

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Family And God Vs. The Mentally Ill

Mises Institute President Jeff Deist took a bit of a shellacking this week from fake libertarians who  smeared him as a National Socialist over his use of the phrase “blood and soil” in a fantastic speech. It seems the idea … Continue reading

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Blood and Soil Libertarianism

This week, Mises Institute President Jeff Deist gave what is probably the most important libertarian speech made in the past decade (bold emphasis added): …libertarians have a bad tendency to fall into utopianism, into portraying liberty as something new age … Continue reading

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