Dry Spell

June 15, 2016 // 1 Comment

Fear not! We shall return. Lazy/busy for several weeks. Now doing some work on the back end of the site. Expect changes. Expect more content.

The following is a contrast and comparison of the three candidates that participated in the 2016 Libertarian Party Debate showcased on FOX Business. More specifically, this contrast and comparison covers the candidates’ actual performances. It should be noted that this essay is not meant to be exhaustive, you can watch the entire debate below. The more »

Things happen so fast. Every article I write seems to be part of one evolving piece of my views. But some things do not change. I have frequently wondered if most people are too dumb for libertarianism. If libertarianism is too weird for most people. There are things as I wish they were, and things more »

The clash of revolutions that is happening in America today has been as inevitable as death and taxes and has been building for at least fifty years. Politicians on the right have been caving in to Marxist Frankfurt School doctrines and ideology since the 1960′s. The reason for their political cowardice is perfectly simple, in more »

Here are our two St. Patrick’s Day/Irish themed posts from 2014, shared again in 2015. So very lazy, I know. From yours, truly: Polycentrism/Anarchy in Ancient Ireland We had the honor of physicist, economist, and legal scholar David Friedman, son of the late Milton Friedman, commenting on this piece. He gently rebuffed Murray Rothbard on this more »

This is a rebuttal* to George Geankoplis’s Racists; The Real Heroes which is intended to be a critique against long time libertarian Walter Block (pictured). Racists; The Real Heroes can be read in its entirety here: https://georgeg.liberty.me/racists-the-real-heroes/. The purpose of this paper is to show that Geankoplis misconstrues libertarianism and his opponent’s stance. The arguments presented by George Geankoplis are fallacious, more »

Well, technically only if you count his first one as #0. A friend on social media posts: “Economics is interested not in value scales professed in response to questionnaires, but in the values implied by real action.” ~Murray N. Rothbard (March 2, 1926 – January 7, 1995)

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