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Statism Is No Match for Economics

George Monbiot, writing in the Guardian, opines that After the failure of Cop26, there’s only one last hope for our survival. I’m curious, George, what is it? Now it’s a straight fight for survival. The Glasgow Climate Pact, for all … Continue reading

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Zarathustra’s Discourses: The New Idol

Previous Post: War and Warriors Having discussed warriors and soldiers, Zarathustra makes his most powerful discourse yet, calling out the evils of the state. * * * Somewhere there are still peoples and tribes, but not here, my brothers: here … Continue reading

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My Answers to Larken Rose’s Five Questions For Statists

Here are five more questions from a Libertarian addressed to “statists”. These questions are more philosophical than the 11 Questions To See If Statists Are Hypocrites, and make a whole lot more sense. 1) Is there any means by which any … Continue reading

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My Answers to 11 Questions To See If Statists Are Hypocrites

In response to Salon’s 11 questions to see if Libertarians are hypocrites (which I answer here), Michael Suede of Libertarian News offers 11 Questions To See If Statists Are Hypocrites. Turnabout is fair play, I suppose, though I must say, using the term … Continue reading

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