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Why Hierarchy Does Not Violate Libertarianism

In the wonderful world of political debate, ideas and concepts are often jumbled together, confused, and misused. An example of this is when non-consensual authority, consensual authority, and hierarchy are intermixed in conversations concerning libertarianism. Let’s go through each of them … Continue reading

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Feminists and the concept of consent

Note: I’ve edited several points below to clarify my point. I really try to not follow what goes on in the news. Ironic, seeing how I am a reporter. But I have far too many other things to do, and even … Continue reading

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