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Both great libertarian influences, although admittedly not libertarians themselves in the strictest sense. My favorite ‘Founding Father’ and American Revolutionary (well…it’s a toss-up between him and few others…I’m actually not overly fond of very many of them; I borderline-loathe his second cousin). And my favorite economist (so much more than that, really…advisor, professor, lawyer, clerk, more »

Picked this one up earlier today. Couldn’t resist. The subject alone is fascinating, without knowing beforehand what angle it will even be addressed from. The Rise of Radical Egalitarianism Aaron Wildavsky © 1991; The American University Press ISBN 1-879383-00-4 1991; 266 pages Used; $1.99 Turns out the author was a respected political scientist, arguably a more »

As a libertarian, I’m neither strictly pro nor anti police. On the rare occasion I have voiced my opinion on them it has generally been negative. But when it comes to disruptive rioters, looters, vandals, and arsonists using a protest movement (to say nothing here of the legitimacy or lack thereof of the movement’s grievances) more »

Environmentalism. Ecology. Kyoto. Emissions. Denierism. Alarmism. Skepticism. Climate Change. Neo-Malthusianism. Global Warming. It’s been a long time since we’ve really brought any of this up. And for good reason. There is no shortage of libertarian-leaning denial/skeptic blogs addressing this subject already, on a daily basis. Watts Up With That comes to mind. As does Coyote more »

80 years! Heard there was a party open to the public down in Texas, and a chance for everyone attending to meet the good doctor. Was actually contemplating going when I first heard back in June/July, and maybe combining it with a few things I wanted to do in Wyoming and Colorado. But sufficient funds more »

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