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Why it's great that Salon are writing hit pieces about libertarians

Salon.com and a bunch of other sites (e.g. Slate) have lately been busy writing a lot of inaccurate hit pieces against libertarians. I’ve noted that some libertarians get amped up and annoyed by this misrepresentation of libertarian positions. 354 more words

Anarcho-capitalism

Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute Talks Ron Paul, Liberty, and More with Political Badger

I recently had a great chat with Jeff Deist, President of the Ludwig Von Mises Institute in Auburn, AL. Jeff spoke to me about his experiences as Ron Paul’s Chief of Staff… and he answered a lot of fun questions on libertarianism in general. 27 more words

Liberty

1973 Reason interview with Leonard Liggio and Murray Rothbard

In light of Leonard Liggio‘s recent death, Simon Franek sends along this interview from 1973 which he found in the archives of the recently closed… 12,824 more words

Libertarianism

Why "Real" Capitalism Can Never Exist

Introduction

We’ve often heard the phrase “that’s not real capitalism” used as a denial for all the undemocratic, horrible, inhuman things capitalism does. Anytime capitalism does something horrible the excuse is made that a “real” free market wouldn’t have done it. 4,717 more words

Market Fundamentalism Debunked

"But compulsory super is necessary to stop you paying even more for government pensions in the future"

I’ve previously posted arguments about why compulsory superannuation is unjust and inefficient given the government cronyism that goes on with superannuation regulations, financial advisers, and so on. 693 more words

Anarcho-capitalism

The New Agorist Economy

Note:   This is the latest version of the Table of Contents first published in October 2014, which will be reorganized and expanded as progress is made on the book.  202 more words
Agorism

Freedom is coming

I think governments of the world will eventually become obsolete. This may seem like a controversial or radical opinion now, but I think it will be the outcome of increasing use of technology and capital accumulation to perform all the services that people currently feel that “only a government could provide”. 217 more words

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