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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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Benefiting from other people's productivity

I believe one of the main reasons why there is so much underlying opposition to the libertarian idea of complete free markets is because people think that the poor would be left behind or worse off. 330 more words

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Jeffrey Robinson doesn't understand bitcoin

See this ABC interview with Jeffrey Robinson who calls bitcoin a ‘pretend currency': Extended interview with Jeffrey Robinson

Jeffrey talks a big game:

What I’ve done is I’ve pulled the curtain back and found out, there isn’t any ‘there’ there.

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Lao Tze, the first Libertarian

I would like to show similarities between the political philosophies of libertarianism and Taoism in this post. I will trace the libertarian concept of Spontaneous Order to the Tao. 1,280 more words

Religion

Is it Time to Legalize Murder?

Murder needs to be legalized. Illegal murder only pushes it into the black market, where cartels of thugs can overcharge and abuse their position given a lack of competition. 621 more words

Market Fundamentalism Debunked

Cenk Uygur and The Young Turks' Advocacy of Violence

The initiation of violence is the fulcrum for just about everything Cenk and TYT promote

Whenever we come face-to-face with ideas that contradict our longest-held notions, our first instinct usually is to put them off and discard them as incorrect or flat-out wrong, especially if they are ideas so radical so as to be rejected by almost every single major establishment institution in the world. 859 more words

Must a New System be Perfect to Replace an Imperfect Reality?

I often argue that people would be better off without a state. During these arguments, I am often put in the position of explaining how the absence of government would lead to utopia. 860 more words

Corruption And Suppression