The zombie genre is great because most of the time the government is already irrelevant to the story. No one understands better than a zombie fan that the phrase “we’re from the government and we’re here to help” is a bad omen
Be that as it may, for several reasons, my concern has always been that libertarianism is more than just a political movement, and that if some kind of broader culture didn't begin to grow up around it, then it would die. If, however, it became a cul
Would the change from a statist to a libertarian society help or hinder the production of high culture?
The simple fact is that Rand Paul is a conservative. Yes, I know. You had hoped he'd be like his father. Get over it.
As libertarianism begins to gain in popularity and seep into the youth culture, there is increasing pressure from certain strains of the movement to attempt to modify the theory and transform it into something that it is not.
The pedigree of Beck’s circle reveals he is not a libertarian and does not believe in the Constitution
It's a movie cliche as old as the hills. The very first western film adventure, made by Thomas Edison in his rotating New Jersey studio, was about a train robbery. The second almost certainly told the story I'm about to describe and which we've all s
Thanks to Robert Wenzel, today I came across this dandy of a post, entitled “Six Reasons Libertarians Should Reject the Non-Aggression Principle, by Matt Zwolinski.
The issue of freedom is the issue of production. Production is what we do. And until men and women are free to do it–without regulation, without permission, without being forced to denominate it in fake loans for future slavery, without having the
The explosive growth in the number of converts to libertarianism since Ron Paul first ran for president is one of the most exciting developments of my lifetime. But I’d like to issue a note of caution.
John Glaser’s blog post on Crimea is typically American – i.e. it is bathed in unconscious albeit ferocious nationalism.
The first-ever libertarians were the Levellers, an English political movement active in the seventeenth century. The Levellers contributed to the elaboration of the methodological and political paradigm of individualism, and they are at the origin of
Tonie Nathan was the first woman to receive an Electoral Vote for Vice President (in 1972)
Philip Giraldi (former counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer of the CIA) on the Ukraine situation - Scott Horton (talk show host, writer) gives his perspective on the Ukraine - Vin Suprynowicz (libertarian author) provides an
The legal concept of the precedent, whereby judicial decisions in one case are binding upon future cases, is utterly flawed, and should be abolished. The entire way Voluntaryists think about Stateless justice needs to change if we ever want our ideas
Ken Krawchuk (L) Gov. Candidate of PA for 2014 - his book, 'Atlas Snubbed' - Michael Belfiore (Rocketeers: How a Visionary Band of Business Leaders, Engineers, and Pilots is Boldly Privatizing Space) BREAKING NEWS Space X :)
Ian Freeman (Owner LRN.FM) on Liberty Forum - Carla Gericke (President of the Free State Project) comes on to talk about Liberty Forum - Kenneth Lipp (Investigative Journalist Philly Declaration) on government transparency, protection of whistleblowe
So, if we want to get a glimpse of human nature before it’s stressed and shaped during the crazy years, we should really go to pre-teens.
Alex Jones punched me right in the jaw. I deserved it. I was angry, I was sad, I was pessimistic, and I was miserable. I was a negative libertarian.
Here is a classic fish out of water (without his bicycle) story about an "honest" cop plunked down in a free society trying to catch bad guys. "Honest cops" were a possibility in 1980. The book opens with a Denver detective in the near future telling
Cass Sunstein quotes Sean Wilentz, who reinvents Richard Hofstadter’s “paranoid style of American politics” into the small-minded, counter-intellectual smear of “paranoid libertarian.”
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I am joined by Brian Doherty of Reason Magazine and Reason.com.
The New York Times, whistling past the financial graveyard, paused over the weekend to smear the Mises Institute, Ron Paul, our other scholars, hardcore libertarianism, and me.
If you like supporting movies that have a libertarian bent, I highly recommend going to see the movie "Dallas Buyers Club".
Coming from Phoenix, AZ is Ernest Hancock, founder of news website Freedom's Phoenix and host of the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show. Ernest is a longtime Libertarian and ran for LNC Chair in 2010. Ernest is known for many t
But today--today!--they arrived. I knew as soon as I saw the envelope with the return address: Missouri Department of Revenue, Motor Vehicle Department. My hands trembled as I ripped it open--and there they were: glorious yellow, highly reflective,
Ayn Rand Phil Donahue Interview
Young People Don’t Care / Do Speed Limits Make Sense? / Don’t Say You Weren’t Warned When the next financial crisis erupts / My Shipping Container Home / 2014 Blockbusters / The Dark Years Are Here
All is not what it seems when it comes to Davi Barker's credibility.