To the extent the Constitution comports with the natural law—upholding the sanctity of life, liberty, privacy, property and due process—it is good; to the extent it doesn’t, it is bad. The manner in which the courts have interpreted the U.S. … Read the rest
Despite its elegant simplicity, the libertarian law is difficult to grasp. This I realized pursuant to the publication of “Eric Garner: 100% innocent under libertarian law.” Some of the smartest, polymathic readers a writer could hope for were easily bullied … Read the rest
As I have confessed in the past, in my early years I found myself active in the Democratic Party and the general liberal methodology. I had no understanding of the concept of the false left/right paradigm. I … Read the rest
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One needn’t propagate lies about the state-enforced segregation that was Apartheid in order to condemn it.
Yet in defiance of fact, one prominent libertarian economist has gone … Read the rest
Ilana Mercer on multiculturalism, political correctness, and more
FLORIDA, January 28, 2013 — Ilana Mercer is a rarity.
Originality is rare in punditry these days. Every time a new narrative-of-the-day arrives, we take refuge in groupthink rather than thinking for … Read the rest