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Reaching Intersectionality

We are all so different, and perhaps it is our differences that should really unite us. The fact that we are all diverse should bring us together instead of pushing us apart. 995 more words


Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century

Summers are meant for reading longish, thick works of non-fiction – correct? Alright, I know I’m so wrong with that take, but if you are an unabashed non-fiction junkie like me, you know there’s simply not enough time for experimenting with mediocre fiction.  1,442 more words

Social Inequality

Legalize Prostitution!

Like the War on Drugs, you should not be able to tell anyone what they are or are not able to do with their body. If I as a woman want to go out and sell my body for money, it should be between me and my clients. 305 more words

War, Peace and Libertarians

Murray Rothbard and contemporary foreign affairs

With wars raging in the Middle East, it seems like a good time to revisit a classic work by Murray Rothbard (1926–1995), the economist, historian, and political philosopher who had a lot to do with the birth and evolution of the modern libertarian movement. 1,518 more words

Libertarian Party

On Changing One's Mind...

I was recently engaged me in a personal and face-to-face conversation about a previous blog post (see Misogyny, Masculinity and Violence). I used to experience mild perturbation when people would choose to disregard my requests for this blog to be a space of dialogue rather than a bulletin board that people would discuss with me as they had a chance. 1,951 more words

Girls: Helpless, Shallow, Aesthetic Beauties.

During this summer, I have been doing some work at a Gymnastics summer camp where I supervise anywhere from 15-30 kids ranging in age from 3-12 years old. 902 more words

"Should we Have the Right to Not Work?", by John Danaher

(Nick’s Notes: You can find the original article here. This article was linked under a Creative Commons license.)

Voltaire once said that “work saves a man from three great evils: boredom, vice and need.” Many people endorse this sentiment. 2,850 more words

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