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Why I'm an Anarcho-Capitalist, but Love Minarchists

Being an ideological purist, absolutely logically consistent, is easy. Well, not exactly easy, but once you make the commitment to draw your red lines of libertarian logic according to the singular axiom of the Non Aggression Principle (NAP) and live by it, once you make that fateful decision and swallow the blue pill, or the red pill, or whichever Matrix pill it is, the rest is easy. 2,011 more words

Settlers Of Samaria Blog

The Perverse Logic of Anarcho-Capitalism

I haven’t blogged in English about the latest development in the ongoing conflict between Israel and the terror groups that want to destroy it and chase away, or kill, every Jew in the area; but I have written… 512 more words


Orwellian Red Light Cameras In Dystopian America

I rarely open my mail to find a picture of my car with a ticket attached to it for “running” a red light which was taken by an expensive spy cam usually on my way to work so I can make a living so part of it can be expropriated to fund more government programs, projects, and experiments. 1,098 more words

Does the Absence of Rules Equal Chaos?

I’ve often wondered if the libertarian/anarchic principle of less government, fewer laws would apply to traffic lights. Central planners suck at everything. Do they really know precisely where traffic lights should be placed? 28 more words


The Stealing of America by the Cops, the Courts, the Corporations and Congress

By John W. Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute

“What the government is good at is collecting taxes, taking away your freedoms and killing people. It’s not good at much else.” —Author Tom Clancy…

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There was a comment on this web page that provoked my reaction below:


Daily Bell wrote a good criticism of Reuter’s article wailing that technology will make most people unemployed and promoting a universal minimum guaranteed income. 430 more words


"Occasional Police Brutality is the price we have to pay for Law and Order"

Notice how every time a ‘police brutality’ event happens such as abuse of power or overstepping by a police officer, some people inevitably leap to the defence of the police. 520 more words