A short extract from Murray Rothbard's book "The Ethics of Liberty". Credit to Mises Institute Media.
"I was one day in the lobby of the House of Representatives when a bill was taken up appropriating money for the benefit of a widow of a distinguished naval officer. It seemed to be that everybody favored it. The Speaker was just about to put the que
“What is a mere individual to do? Live as sane and decent a life as you can, love your family and friends and understand that everybody is in this together. My work here is done.”
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There are no prominent protests in Europe calling for less governmental help as there are in the United States. Murray Rothbard's essay "Left and Right: The Prospects for Liberty" refers to the United States as "the great home of radical liberalism."
...yes, politicians and central bankers around the world are hitting the accelerator as they drive off the cliff. But properly applied, human ingenuity is the most powerful force on the planet.
Ron Paul Hits It Out of the Park - Can a Libertarian Oppose Ron Paul? - The Libertarian Movement Is Booming, No thanks to the Brothers Koch. Article by Justin Raimondo - QE3 in Drag, Jim Rogers on lies - Detainment Camps Go Live
In the process of explaining that insidious co-option, Tolstoy elucidates the nature of the state and explains why violence and war are necessary for its successful functioning.
Forgoing the plan to build independent floating cities away from chafing laws, some libertarians—led by Milton Friedman’s grandson, no less—have found something better: desperate countries willing to allow the founding of autonomous libertarian citie
Direct democracy, push-back against police brutality and trampling of the First Amendment, pressuring Bank of America to rescind its $5 per month debit card fee, are OWS fundamentals consistent with a progressive libertarian position
I would like to see the end for the illegal fractional reserve banking system that has led us to the current economic predicament that we all as American citizen are faced with. The fraudulent creation of money from the Federal Reserve System and ban
It can be challenging to confront the cruelty of this global domination agenda, but it’s only by recognizing the true nature of the threats to our freedom that we can be empowered to act effectively.
Freedom's the Answer.....What's the Question?
The word “radical”, as you may already know, has nothing to do with throwing Molotov cocktails, barricading streets, or even being extreme in your opinions. The word descends from the Latin “radix” for ”root” and is related to “radish”, a radical veg
They're sick of war, empire, jingoism, and the police state
Who Won the Iraq War? - by Eric Margolis / Gold Confiscation / The Road to War - by Paul Craig Roberts / Foreclosure Fraud in a Nutshell / Facebook and Privacy / Americans Know So Little Geography /
If you created an institution, an American institution, what would you want it to do? You'd want it to make the world around you a better place. You'd want it to defend the ideals that make America so unique and inspire others to join in that cause.
Journalist, essayist, magazine editor, satirist, acerbic critic of American life and culture, and a scholar of American English. He is regarded as one of the most influential American writers and prose stylists of the first half of the 20th century.
Worship of Military Violence - Jesse vs. the Fascist States of America - How the CIA Elected Its Presidents - Return of the War Party Salivating for blood. Article by Pat Buchanan - Childhood Pals From the Power Elite - Ron Paul Should Not Be Preside
The empire is not so strong and not so confident about its future that it disregards Ron Paul and Murray Rothbard. One instructor in Georgetown's program, Gregory Hilton, has a blog in which he assassinates Rothbard's character and thought.
"Our bags are visual reminders for ourselves to live a life we love and conquer the epidemic of mediocrity. We all have a John Galt inside of us, cheering us on. How are we going to live lives we love?" (at the Arizona Biltmore)
Is government the antithesis of liberty?... Philosopher Stefan Molyneux provides his response to these questions here:
We need a specific, practical strategy for releasing humanity from statism. I see the rise of Free Cities in the 21st century to be the most promising such strategy.
In this unedited, extended interview, Andrew Napolitano supports unions and explains why selfishness is a virtue in a free market economy.
More Adventures in Economics! The sequel to "I'm in Love with Friedrich Hayek!"
...at the Historical Freeman Magazine
The U.S. government invariably tramples on the people’s rights during wartime and leaves the people with fewer liberties after peace returns. The issue of war and peace therefore serves as a litmus test for libertarians.
With the economy in a tailspin, most people are concerned about the shrinking number of job opportunities.
Hudson institute President Herb London and David Theroux of the Independent Institute debate what the country would look like if Libertarian’s were in charge.