Can libertarianism heal the world? Libertarian activist, author, presidential candidate Mary Ruwart has written on this theme for more than two decades. What does she make of the current state of libertarianism? Where are we heading and where should we be heading? Is the non-aggression principle overtaken by events?
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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 […]
So-called “Democratic Socialism” is really the old and tired ideas of Socialism, with a different wrapper. Ron Paul takes apart a few of its many myths, as well as the other discredited set of ideas known as Keynesianism.
The Venezuelan people are experiencing a rude awakening from Bernie Sanders comrades Hugo Chavez’s dream. A cautionary tale for all.
There is no power under the Constitution for the feds to obtain and retain land for whatever they want. Like under the Supremacy Clause, they’re only authorized to exercise power when done in pursuance of the other delegated powers in the Constitution.”
By Ron Paul Debates over the US government’s foreign and economic policies have recently taken a backseat to the debate over what bathroom transgender individuals should use. The two sides of the debate both believe that government has the legitimate authority to tell private businesses who they should allow to use their facilities. Few on […]
by Patrick Barron The current tempest in a teapot among the “rights” advocates is that no one should be restricted from using the gender specific bathroom of his choice. The “rights” advocates want to use the police power of the state to ensure this outcome. The federal government has come down on the side of […]
Free markets in water would help California solve drought problems and bypass the need to move water south from Lake Okeechobee by protecting property rights in water and treating pollution of water as trespass.
Forcing young women to also register with Selective Service is, among some, being touted as some sort of victory for gender equality. Is forcing women into involuntary servitude for the state something a free society should take pride in? Where are those making the larger philosophical point that if we do not own our own […]