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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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Slavery Of The Mind

Jack Donovan writes why he is not a white nationalist: We live in an age where the strongest white men in the world allow themselves to be pushed around by gossipy bloggers, church ladies, sleazy reporters, rent-seeking academic activists, little … Continue reading

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Why Neutrality Is Impossible

Jeffrey Tucker recently wrote what was a surprisingly thoughtful, nuanced piece on how Fight Club foreshadowed much of the Alt. Right and the circumstances that gave rise to it. It gives me hope that eventually he will acknowledge that the … 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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Preventing The Reaction

Why libertarian criticism of the Alt. Right falls on deaf ears. 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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