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Cosmopolitan Libertarianism And The “New Man”

The more I read Jeff Deist’s “For a New Libertarian” speech, the more powerful and eloquent I find it. I don’t know if he realized it at the time, but he delivered a powerful blow against a subversive effort within … 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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No Imagination

You’ve got no imagination. You couldn’t even decide what to do with all that money, so you had to buy what everybody else wanted. – Charlie Croker, The Italian Job Update: A reader with an imagination writes: Would we even … Continue reading

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When Social Contracts Are Valid

We libertarians are often fond of mocking those who flaunt “social contracts” to justify state-enforced rules, laws, regulations, and policies. This is usually followed by the equally popular, “if you don’t like America, you can get out!” Suffice to say, … Continue reading

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Refuting Criticism Of The Non-Aggression Principle

A few months ago I critiqued an article at Faith and Heritage regarding libertarianism. Venturing through their site once more, I came across a 2014 article titled “Open Borders, but No Freebies”: Refuting Wilson’s Libertarian Position on Immigration. The author, … Continue reading

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