In today's WNJ.
I've been thinking about this for awhile now, but Donald Gephardt's well-intentioned op-ed piece in today's WNJ has crystallized my thinking.There's this, which is right on point: We give no control of what goes on in the schools toShow More Summary
by Anna Raccoon http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/AnnaRaccoon/~3/4_04doXUSic/ Note: My only point of disagreement with Mrs Raccoon is her comparison of the newspapers to the coal miners. Though it was rather expensive and not always reliable, the coal dug out by the members of … Continue reading ?
The Terror of the Mail.. Filed under: British Media
More on the Persecution of the BNP by Sean Gabb (3rd January 2007) One of my duties as Director of the Libertarian Alliance is to defend the right to free expression of people whose views I do not share. I … Continue reading ?
From Free Life, Issue 17, January 1993 ISSN: 0260 5112 Scepticism Christopher Hookway Routledge, London, 1992, 251 pp., £12.50 (ISBN 0 415 08764 3(pbk)) The beginning of scepticism is to realise that I cannot be sure if material objects really … Continue reading ?
by John Kersey In this diagram, Marco de Wit advances a closer definition of paleolibertarianism. “Paleolibertarianism is here defined as propertarian libertarianism plus sociology based on three fundamental fields of study, i.e. aprioristic praxeology, empirical sociobiology and human understanding/thymology.” The … Continue reading ?
This is a diagram by Marco de Wit that summarizes the views of Rothbard and Hoppe on statism. It is presented as work-in-progress. Filed under: Liberty Tagged: hoppe, rothbard, statism. marco de wit
Dear Libertarians, I got your email address from your excellent blog and I thought I’d write to you to draw attention to a short documentary we’ve just released online. My partner Gemma Atkinson was assaulted by the police for filming … Continue reading ?
by Anomaly UK http://anomalyuk.blogspot.com/2013/04/reactionary-unity.html Note: On the whole, I’d rather see a patch up of the existing order of things – less government, more sensible government, a general reconnection with the English past, and so on and so forth. It … Continue reading ?
This is a visual summary of Stephan Kinsella’s essay “Who is a Libertarian?” by Marco de Wit. de Wit adds a quotation from Hoppe, “Here the praxeological proof of libertarianism has the advantage of offering a completely value-free justification of … Continue reading ?
This diagram by Marco de Wit is based on Hoppe’s The Economics and Ethics of Private Property. A summary of Hoppe’s epistemological views can be found at http://mises.org/esandtam.asp de Wit summarizes paleolibertarianism as “propertarian libertarianism plus sociobiologically based sociology.” He … Continue reading ?
by Kevin Carson http://c4ss.org/content/18549 Capitalism Comes in Many Flavors? The following article was written by Kevin Carson and published by The Freeman, August 29th, 2012. In a recent Washington Post op-ed (“Identity Crisis for American Capitalism,” May 26), Steven Pearlstein … Continue reading ?
Global Views Op-Ed Special The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher Special Contribution By Sean Gabb Published in The Seoul Times, 25th April 2013 Because I’m busy on something else, this will be an abbreviated argument, and will be short on … Continue reading ?
Rich text editor, edit-body, press ALT 0 for help. Global Views Op-Ed Special The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher Special Contribution By Sean Gabb Published in The Seoul Times, 25th April 2013 Because I’m busy on something else, this will be … Continue reading ?
That's the conclusion you could reasonably draw from Paul Herdman's op-ed piece in today's WNJ.In his latest new "Five Step" program for improving education, Herdman effectively says that Delaware education has failed to live up to Vision...Show More Summary
http://www.carter-ruck.com/Blog/?p=488 Note: Anything is to be welcomed that makes it harder to bring and win a libel action. Many of the new law’s provisions – ie the serious harm test – may codify recent decisions of the courts. Even so, … Continue reading ?
by B.K. Marcus http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thelibertarianstandard/~3/6RASOq_mAyU/ Note: Never heard of Enoch? These Americans are endlessly provincial. Then again, vanity and mediocrity can only be kept in union by a thick bond of ignorance. SIG Enoch was right (wing) I have a … Continue reading ?
From Free Life, Issue 26, December 1996 ISSN: 0260 5112 Defamation Act 1996 HMSO, London, 1996, 19pp, £4.30 (pbk) (ISBN 0 10 543196 6) This may loosely be called “the Hamilton Act”, as its most famous provision is the one … Continue reading ?
From Free Life #26 (Editor Sean Gabb) - From Free Life, Issue 26, December 1996 ISSN: 0260 5112 Filed under: Liberty