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Privatize the Police

BY Murray N. Rothbard via Mises Wire

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

Police State

Policing is a Dirty Job, But Nobody's Gotta Do It: 6 Ideas for a Cop-Free World

 It’s time to start imagining a society that isn’t dominated by police

We need more of this type of discussion–i.e. how a truly free world would actually “work.” — jtl, 419…

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Hillary pushes war in Libya, Syria, Iran but cares about "minorities"? (Remember Towergah)

Project Veritas is spot on with the point that citizen video and citizen-driven Internet is changing the world. But freedom-minded citizens have got to get ahead of the narrative. 203 more words

Freedom

Gun control?

Preventable deaths? There are much better places to start before you ban guns.

Rant

When you hoard all the water in an ancap society

This is a post from the Tumblr blog pagan-socialism. It’s not a post of any significance—it only got 449 notes—and it’s not the kind of thing I would normally address on this blog, a snarky shot at anarcho-capitalism, but I’m addressing it because it’s an example of the egregious misunderstanding of how a stateless libertarian society would function that’s common among left-wing critics of libertarianism. 723 more words

Libertarian

A Beautiful Mind-Voltairine de Cleyre

Voltairine was born on November 17th, 1866 to a French father and a puritan mother. She graduated from grammar school at the age of 12. Her father recanted his libertarian ideal and become religious, by sending Voltairine to a convent in Canada, which she lamented. 2,195 more words

Philosophy

Friedman on Anarchy and Conservatism

Friedman is David D. Friedman, proprietor of Ideas and author of (among many things) The Machinery of Freedom, which is mainly a sustained argument for… 3,294 more words

Politics