Economics

A Free and Healthy Economy

Extracted from The Market for Liberty by Linda & Morris Tannehill. Imagine a feudal serf, legally bound to the land he was born on and to the social position he was born into, toiling from dawn to dusk with primitive tools for a bare subsistence which he must share...
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Anarchy

Statist Fallacies: “Libertopia”

Fallacy: “So you’re going to go on record stating that in Voluntaryist Utopia, everything that is currently provided to the citizenry by the state would continue to be available to everyone in at least an equally hassle-free manner?” The term “Libertopia” is similarly used to imply that libertarians expect...
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Commentary

The Myth of Social Equality

Written by Winter Trabex. Centuries of oppressive feudalism, combined with ruinous wars with England, and a continued oblivious monarchy turned the nation of France into a powder keg by the end of the 18th century. One group of people were poor (the working class) while another group of people...
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Bitcoin

Die. DIE! Why won’t you die..?

Bitcoin Essay by Jason Moola. I suspect that this question will be directed repeatedly, and with increasing desperation, and most likely real physical violence, by the powers that be, in the direction of Bitcoin. It’s going to be a dogfight, but things are different now. Like a new universe,...
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Anarchy

Peace, Freedom and Extremism

Extracted from the pre-released book Creating Peace and Abundance Through Stateless Economics by John G. Vibes. What do people like Gandhi, Martin Luther King and John Lennon all have in common? Well, they were all extremists, extremists who wouldn’t hurt a fly. In a world where violence and oppression is the norm,...
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Reviews

Podcast Review: The Scott Horton Show

Written by Christopher Runberg. It has been said that the truth is the first casualty of war. Writing as someone who has experienced firsthand the reality of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East, I cannot argue with that statement. As a combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, I...
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