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There’s Only One Human Right

by Murray Rothbard Liberals will generally concede the right of every individual to his “personal liberty,” to his freedom to think, speak, write, and engage in such personal “exchanges” as sexual activity between “consenting adults.” In short, the liberal attempts to uphold the individual’s right to the ownership of his own body, but then denies […]

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Stop Giving the Government the Power to Play God

In the name of national security, the interest of the state and the so-called greater good, freedom continues to come under attack by government officials who believe that they alone possess the power to determine, define and distribute our constitutional rights. Yet, as John W. Whitehead argues in this episode of On Target, those who […]

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Where Do Rights Come From?

By Luis Rivera III Libertarian, Walter Block briefly goes over where rights might come from. He mentions Murray Rothbard’s natural right’s theory, the utilitarian argument for rights and Hans Hoppe’s argumentation of ethics. Block, goes over what libertarianism consists of, namely, abiding by the non-aggression principle which he defines. This very interesting interview can be […]

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