These are just some general distinctions I can’t but help to have noticed. Human beings are complex and capricious creatures, so to put specific people in specific categories and assume you got it right won’t work in every instance. I do not intend this to be used that way anyways, only to help people think more »

A film sequel called The Purge: Anarchy has recently come out in the box offices. And given that most reading this site are supports of anarchy, this film should be up one’s alley. Of course, given that most Hollywood movies have evolved into little more than statist propaganda these days, the “anarchy” in the movie more »

Blog contributor Marko Marjanović  (also of Crappy Town and The Voluntaryist Reader) has left a comment on my post from yesterday about Dinesh D’Souza’s new film, “America: Imagine a World Without Her.” In that post I made the case that one clip in it was mistaken about the purpose of World War Two: that it was more »

On Independence Day night, before going out to watch the fireworks (people take that stuff seriously around here, and I’m no exception), I channel-surfed for an hour or so. Fox News looked interesting so I stopped for several minutes. Right after each commercial break it would show clips from D’Souza’s new film “America: Imagine the more »

Here are some recent additions to the main blogroll. Please check them out if you think they sound interesting. —Major Websites— Popehat Voices of Liberty —WordPress.Com Hosted— Defacing Currency Red Millennial —Other Great Blogs— The Mises Circle Truth Over Comfort [image credits: my own creation using several different programs]

Introduction: C.Jay Engel is a writer and libertarian who lives in the Northern California area.  He is currently studying for his series 7 exam, hoping to be an investment manager and financial advisor. Henry Moore: So C.Jay, I hear you have an interesting new project. What is it? C.Jay Engel: Well, essentially I am planning more »

We often hear the term “market failure” or “a failure in the market” when an adversity strikes the economy. It is used to decry how markets can’t actually function on their own without the government stepping in and doing something to “fix” the problem or regulate a specific sector. The term is used so often more »

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