FFF president Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling talk about a basic tenet of libertarianism.
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Ron Paul with an important discussion on torture and terrorism.
It’s become fashionable in libertarian circles to ridicule the nonaggression principle. Stephan Kinsella and I speak in its defense. This one is long overdue. Source: Ep. 566 Why Are Some Libertarians Rejecting the Nonaggression Principle? | Tom Woods
Whether it’s nonintervention abroad, or Social Security, or WikiLeaks, or Iran, or the Department of Homeland Security, or the drug war, libertarians don’t quite fit in to the official “conservative movement.” Jim Babka, who emphasizes these very issues, joins me to talk it all through. Plus, we discuss the great Harry Browne, an important and […]
Senator Bernie Sanders thinks you can delegate a right that you do not have. Absurd.The interview is about his theory of legitimate government and where the right to govern comes from, as well as a proper legal system.
The engaging Gerard Casey gives a great speech about liberty at the 2014 Property and Freedom Society conference in Bodrum, Turkey.
by Murray Rothbard Much of “classical international law” theory, developed by the Catholic Scholastics, notably the 16th-century Spanish Scholastics such as Vitoria and Suarez, and then the Dutch Protestant Scholastic Grotius and by 18th- and 19th-century jurists, was an explanation of thecriteria for a just war. For war, as a grave act of killing, needs […]
Economist Walter Block, a former Ron Paul supporter, argues that there is no conflict between voting and the non-aggression principle.
At the 2014 Property & Freedom Society Annual Meeting in Bodrum, Turkey Thorsten Polleit gives a talk that discusses the nature of the state as organized crime and the natural progression of states to a world fiat currency. Thorsten Polleit, “Organized Crime & The Progressions Towards A Single World Fiat Currency from Property & Freedom […]