Have you ever gotten into a conversation, left absolutely flabbergasted, and then thought long afterward about all the things you should have said? This is about an experience I had. 1,038 more words
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The Market and the State
Few things are as repugnant to the socialist and the anarchist as that most flummoxing of movement – the anarcho-capitalists. What the socialists and the anarchists have always been against, they proudly wear of a badge of honor. 2,944 more words
U.S. Presidential candidate Gary Johnson is taking the libertarian moniker to dizzy new heights. Sure, some of his success can be explained by his two gruesome rivals, but much can be said of his pragmatic, flexible and marketable brand of small government politics. 690 more words
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On the other side is a movement that has developed organically and instinctively, growing without direct top-down “leadership,” but still guided through example by various teachers and activists, driven by a concrete set of principles based in natural law.
Abolition of the public sector means, of course, that all pieces of land, all land areas, including streets and roads, would be owned privately, by individuals, corporations, cooperatives, or any other voluntary groupings of individuals and capital. 2,147 more words