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This is not our war. Of course, there are those who will come after me already just for saying that. It is true that I’m not opposed to Russia any more than I’m opposed to the American regime, but I’m not friendly with either. This is an important point. I consider Putin the leader of …

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You are an enemy of the state. This is not hyperbole, though I am making certain assumptions about my audience. These assumptions are not very broad, though. You may be a Democrat, or a Republican, or the little-leading-letter versions of the same. You may be a union member, or a God-fearing church-goer, or a pillar …

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People do not expect anarcho-capitalists to encourage the repudiation of debt. After all, we consider bankruptcy laws little more than state-endorsed fraud. But this is the general position held by right-wing anarchists toward the national debt. The reasons for this are simple. Production Precedes Consumption Something must exist before it becomes subject to economic action. …

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The trucker protests in Canada–Ottawa, specifically–are painting a very different image than the regime would like them to. It’s always inconvenient for a democratic regime to have mass demonstrations, but there is something about the convoys that is fundamentally different from the sort of agitation we see from the left. They are a different class …

The Trumpet Sounds Read More »

Private individuals may use their freedom of association to not associate with anyone for any reason, of course. But this is not our concern with the mandate. In a free market, those of us who oppose mandates on moral or personal grounds don’t have to deal with private individuals. Alas, we do not live in …

Mandators are Aggressors Read More »

It is unfortunate that many on the right consider socialism compatible with right-wing thought. This falls into the camp of what I call Prussianism. Prussianism is a blend of socially conservative but fiscally irresponsible policies intended to achieve a desired social goal through top-down elite control. There are many arguments to be made against this, …

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Stop asking for free speech platforms. I’m talking to you, libertarians. That’s not how it works. We base the notion of free speech on the principle that nobody should prevent you from using your property as you see fit. You have no claim to other peoples’ property. There’s some room for breach of contract against …

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Many libertarians foolishly believe that the role of the libertarian is to set oneself entirely apart from the state. Any good libertarian detests the state, but there is a distinction between the modal libertarian and regime libertarian and solid libertarians. Principle requires that we do not encourage the state to do evil, but we can …

I Will Make Demands of the Romans Read More »

Racism is not something the right should endorse. It is easy for those of us who want to preserve and maintain our traditions to adopt isolation. I’m an explicit fan of closed borders and excluding politically undesirable and criminal elements from society. But there is an important distinction here. These policies have a point. Closed …

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Politicians profit from conflict. A disaster is an opportunity for them. Wars, riots, and natural disasters give them an excuse to tax, and they use these efforts–paid for with stolen money–to further their own renown. When these things end in disaster, this is not a problem for them. It is their goal, their next meal …

The War in Afghanistan: Built to Fail Read More »