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Faith in the Assistance of the Public, Not Public Assistance

What would people do without government public assistance? I hear that whine from the left like the constant drone of tinnitus. The mock sincerity and insidious fear-mongering of this question is extremely tiring. 420 more words


The War on Individualism

First, let us define “individualism.” Individualism is first, the habit or principle of being independent and self-reliant and second as social theory favoring freedom of action for individuals over collective or state control. 461 more words


The State as a Criminal Band

Murray Rothbard writes, “If you wish to know how Libertarians regard the State and any of its acts, simply think of the State as a criminal band, and all of the libertarian attitudes will logically fall into place.” 357 more words


There are No Human Rights Separate from Property Rights

I am in the midst of Reading For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto by Murray Rothbard.  In his thesis, he brings up the notion that there are no human rights, separate from property rights.   233 more words


The Importance of Well-Defined Property Rights

Resources are scarce. This inevitably means conflicts will arise.  Here is one such example following a snowstorm in Boston.

In this case, the property right is well-defined.   392 more words

The Dawning of Another Libertarian Blog

Allow me to introduce myself. I am Will Dettmering. I am not a member of a society, because the concept of society is completely fraudulent. I am an individual that yearns to keep myself, and my property, free and independent. 29 more words