During Mises University this year, Jeff Deist gave a speech over Skype to a foreign libertarian conference. In that Speech, Jeff Deist called for Libertarians to focus on decentralization and less on the one size fits all approach
Unlike most laws, a voter ID law is not a law in the typical sense. A voter ID law is not a law that throws people into jail for not getting an ID before they vote, but a law that
A historical argument as to why voting really doesn’t matter.
When seeing how the RNC and the Republican Establishment is acting two possible thoughts came to my mind: 1) The Republican Establishment actually wants Trump to win the nomination. They believe Trump will be the best chance to be able
Consequentialism Fails to Understand That Principles Are a Necessary Guide to Determine Behavior One of the many alternative reasons given for why it is justifiable to commit aggression in certain instances is given by the philosophy of consequentialism. Therefore it
Many on the Left talk about getting money out of politics, and as supposed evidence of this they cite their criticism against the Supreme Court for saying that Citizens United is constitutional. Do those on the Left want to
The crux of libertarianism is not the non-aggression principle, but proportional punishment. It is important for libertarians to stress this in order to properly answer some of the major critiques people throw against anarchy (I use the words libertarian and
I saw the trailer for the movie, The Engines of Domination, and I couldn’t wait for its debut. And thankfully, Mark Corske and Justin Jezewski released their collaborative masterpiece freely on the Internet.
Is An Abortion A Victimless Crime or Does the Fetus Have a Right to Life? When it comes to the issue of abortion there are a few views that people have. One view is that abortion is a victimless crime,
Libertarianism is an attempt to answer one question and one question only: When is the use of force justified? More specifically, libertarianism is about what the law should be (since the law is force) and about proportional punishment. Libertarianism says