From the recently-concluded Eleventh Annual Meeting of the PFS, Bodrum, Turkey (Sept. 1–6, 2016).
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Hans-Hermann Hoppe addresses the specific errors of democratic states, and eviscerates the notion that democracy resolves the issue of rulers vs. ruled, and public vs. private law.
Hoppe eviscerates the state.
Public servants or simply agents of the state? More evidence the government is not us
Prices are the lifeblood of a market economy. They convey important and valuable information that everyone uses to make decisions on how to allocate resources. Prices alert us to the supply and demand of any particular item or service in the economy. It’s crucial that prices be accurate so that the best and most rational […]
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 […]
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 […]
Ron Paul teaches about our government out of control and how it may lead to a dictatorship if we dont regain control. Covers Waco, Weavers, Scott and Much More!