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by Joseph Salerno In thinking about strategies for abolishing or radically diminishing government, many libertarians are led astray by using a false dichotomy. The State, they say, can either be smashed in one swift, fell blow or it can be rolled back gradually according to a predetermined plan. These are, they say, the only two […]
The Mises Institute spoke with Associated Scholar Antony Mueller last week about recent economic and ideological trends in Brazil. Prof. Mueller teaches economics at Federal University of Sergipe (UFS) in Brazil. Mises Institute: For those of us not in Brazil, it is hard to interpret the commentary on Brazil’s economy right now. Brazil’s debt was […]
Beginning with the 1933 Enabling Act in Germany which granted Hitler all power, parliamentary bodies, especially in the United States, have consistently given up power in favor of a unitary executive. It is a trend away from liberty and toward dictatorship.
A recent Gallup study has found that nearly half of Americans view the US government as the greatest threat to life and liberty, a three percent increase from last year. Is America becoming more libertarian?
Gerald Celente talks to Lew Rockwell about what to do about it.
Walter Block answers the question a lot of scrupulous libertarians have wondered about: may a libertarian take government money, or hold a job involving government contracts, and the like, while being morally and philosophically consistent? Source: Ep. 458 May a Libertarian Take Money from the State? | Tom Woods