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Non Aggression Principle

Posted by M. C. on February 15, 2021

Every member of the Libertarian Party has to agree to this. What do you think Brennan, Clapper or anyone else who has agreed to that labels the LP as a terrorist organization?

Does their organization have a Non Aggression Principle?

Be seeing you

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Suing the NY Times – All The Lies That Fit

Posted by M. C. on August 17, 2017

George Will had a good review of Sam Tanenhaus’ Whittaker Chambers biography. It is a marvelous book. I had respect for Tanenhaus, until I got to know him.

I did a series of interviews with Sam Tanenhaus a journalist of this “newspaper of record,” who was asking me what libertarianism was all about (his goal, I later learned, silly me, was to besmirch this philosophy, and me, so that he could undermine the then presidential candidacy of Rand Paul). Read the rest of this entry »

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Everyone Alive Believes in Private Property

Posted by M. C. on April 7, 2017

Not really.

Government’s promote a culture of rape by failing to gain the consent of individuals before forcing them to do any number of things with their body, like forcing someone to labor for the state, or when the state arrests/ kidnaps someone for a victimless crime.

Mob rule is not consent, others cannot justly decide for you what is done to your body. Remaining where you were born is likewise not consent since compelling you to move or face violations of your rights is itself a violation of the natural right to self-ownership.

Government monopolizes final control over all property within their jurisdiction, thus inherently violating the rights of citizens.

Private property stems from self-ownership, because anything you originally appropriate, plus add labor to, becomes your property. Read the rest of this entry »

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