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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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Why The Libertarian Movement Is Dead

The libertarian movement is dead – and “libertarians” killed it. Continue reading

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Beltway Libertarians

There are many types of libertarians. The traditionalist, the libertine, the intellectual, the activist. The celebritarians. There there are the Beltway libertarians. What Is A Beltway Libertarian? Typically, these are the libertarians who work for or live in the Beltway culture. … Continue reading

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Why The Rent Is So Ridiculously High

I live in Washington state, specifically in the People’s Republic of Seattle area. In case you aren’t familiar, the rent is ridiculously high. By “high,” if you’re wondering, I mean you’re paying around $1,000 for a studio apartment. The housing market is … Continue reading

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Why We Can’t Have Open Borders: Immigration and Welfare

If your hands are in my wallet you have my attention. Thus speaks Stefan Molyneux (5:22) as he goes through the latest statistics on welfare usage between native-born Americans and immigrants. Without revealing what should be obvious to most, this is … Continue reading

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Cato Doesn’t Get It

While South Carolina removes the Confederate flag, the crypto-libertarian Cato Institute has gone into full PR mode, posting numerous articles and videos on their social media accounts on why libertarians should condemn the Confederacy. They really just don’t get it. Nobody … Continue reading

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