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Libertarianism Needs Nationalism (Not Statism)

Author: Rik Storey

Why it Pays to Have a National Identity.

This article was originally published on proudboymagazine.com.

On the anniversary of 9/11, President Obama called for the US to embrace diversity. 655 more words


A Critique of Kevin Carson’s “The Free Market as Full Communism”

Before beginning the critique, a review of the definition of capitalism is in order. “Capitalism” simply refers to that system where all scarce goods (including land and the means of production) are subject to private ownership given they are acquired via original appropriation (first user and claimant of an un-owned good) or voluntary exchange…period. 1,805 more words


A Critique of Left-Libertarianism

So called “left-libertarianism” has attracted a substantial following within recent years. Many libertarians are unaware of what left-libertarianism is or what it entails, and until recently, its nature and scope have remained fuzzy and obscure. 1,490 more words


The Libertarian Case Against Open Borders


Perhaps one of the most hotly debated topics in libertarian circles is that of immigration, and understandably so.   The heated disagreements come from debates regarding what immigration polices most closely align with libertarian principles of justice… 6,586 more words


A Spontaneous Order

A Spontaneous Order: The Capitalist Case for a Stateless Society is an astonishingly concise, rigorous, and accessible presentation of anarcho-capitalist ideals. It covers a wide range of topics including: Money and Banking, Monopolies and Cartels, Insurance, Health Care, Law, Security, Poverty, Education, Environmentalism, and more! 54 more words



(With apologies to James Dixon, wherever he may be.)

I suppose I need to write this for the Dixonians out there, as I expect you to come out of the woodwork in short order.  558 more words

Zero Aggression Principle