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Most objections to libertarianism consist of ad hominem attacks – that is, attacking the person and/or their intentions rather than the argument. When this fails, objections generally run toward grandiose ex cathedra pronouncement about the world that not only doesn’t match … Continue reading
Trying to explain libertarianism can be, at times, difficult. Not because the concept of the Non-Aggression Principle is complicated, but because people view the situation from an entirely separate perspective. They see the state as a natural and normal way … Continue reading
This is the second part of a study I’m doing on Gerard Casey’s Libertarian Anarchy: Against the State. This first part can be read here. In this chapter, Casey divulges into the great myth: The legitimacy and – most importantly – the … Continue reading
I would ask what the writers over at TPM are smoking, but even a stoner wouldn’t be so “out of it” as to actually make the claim that the Christian Right is behind the libertarian movement.
This is the first part of a study I’m doing on Gerard Casey’s Libertarian Anarchy: Against the State. This post examines the short introduction to the book. You can purchase the book on Amazon and through the Book Depository.
Note: Concerning Brown’s alleged involvement in a violent felony prior to being shot, read William Grigg’s thought-provoking analysis. It only goes to prove my point made below. I feel compelled to say one final thing about what is taking place in … Continue reading
Religion and politics are said not to mix well. Speaking strictly as a Presbyterian, I might agree, except those who say this are often hypocritical and disingenuous. They criticize individuals who oppose, say, abortion for religious reasons. Yet they have no … Continue reading