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A Change in Approach

I’ve been involved in the anarcho-capitalist movement, off and on, for close to 5 years now. I’ve been involved with¬†various ventures, including multiple incarnations of blogs, podcasts, projects, and social media groups. 859 more words


Communists are not coming for your toothbrush

People who do not leave their hometowns or countries of origin, or who leave them only with closed minds, have trouble understanding what is wrong with their own culture, ideas and beliefs. 882 more words

Anarchism And Voluntaryism

David D. Friedman on Problems with Libertarianism

In this video from 1981, David D. Friedman lists some unresolved problems with libertarianism and also tells some funny stories about Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, and Ayn Rand. 223 more words


What's This About a NAP?

For about 2 years now I’ve labeled myself politically as an anarcho-capitalist.

Most folks have never heard that label. Prior to that I called myself a more familiar label: libertarian. 1,296 more words


Before the NAP

As I have stated before I grew up a conservative. This meant that I was pro-war, even when I was not entirely sure what the war was about. 569 more words


Why Do We Pay for Netflix?

One of the most common arguments one hears from proponents of Intellectual Property laws, besides the claim that creators have a “right” to a legal monopoly over the fruits of their labor, is that IP laws are a necessary evil without which creators would have little incentive to create. ¬† 1,115 more words


[FB] A Leash Has Two Ends, by Kyle Bennett

A leash has two ends.

If this article resonates with you, then you can relate to why I am an anarchist. Not that this kind of thing is the fundamental reason, but the fact is that when you couple everyone’s well-being, autonomy, values, prosperity, whatever so closely together, every individual is always at risk of theirs being steamrolled by a faceless horde they never wanted to have anything to do with.

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