Some Basics of State Domination and Public Submission
Familiarity may indeed, as the saying goes, breed contempt, but it also breeds a sort of somnolence. People who have never known anything other than a certain state of affairs—even an extraordinarily problematic state of affairs—have a tendency not to notice it at all, to relate it, so to speak, as if they were sleepwalking through it. Such is the situation of modern people in relation to the state. They have always known it, and they take it completely for granted, regarding it as one might regard the weather: whether it brings rain or sunshine, lightning bolts or soothing spring breezes, it is always there, an aspect of nature itself. Even when it proves destructive, its destruction still qualifies as something akin to "acts of God."
Robert HiggsApr 28

With Government Roads, the Customer Is Always Wrong
Mises InstituteApr 22 1

Ranchers vs. Regulators: The Clark County Range War
William Norman GriggApr 17 1

Bundy, the Senecas and Fighting for Sovereignty
Ryan CalhounApr 17 6

The Case for Voluntary Private Cooperation
The FreemanApr 16

Does Intellectual Property Defy Human Nature?
Joseph S. DiedrichApr 16

Tax Day: What Kind of "Civilization" Are We Paying For?
Kevin CarsonApr 14 3

Abolish the ATF
Laurence M. VanceApr 14

I am a North Korean defector 10

Justice Should be Blind, Not Crazy
Will GriggApr 08

US Supreme Court Endorses Involuntary Servitude
William Norman GriggApr 08 3

The Big Lie of a "Rape Culture"
Wendy McElroyApr 08 1

The Disturbing Truth Behind Your Next Income Tax Return
Jeffrey TuckerApr 07 3

Gun-Control Madness
Jacob G. HornbergerApr 01

America's Liar in Chief
Jacob G. HornbergerApr 01

Pardon Martha Stewart and Joseph Nacchio
Jacob G. HornbergerMar 31

Obama's Iraqi Fairy Tale
Sheldon RichmanMar 31

How Vladimir Putin became evil
The GuardianMar 31

A Misguided Attack on The Future of Freedom Foundation
Jacob G. HornbergerMar 27

Traffic Jams Are Government Lines
YouTubeMar 26

Putin, Obama Agree: Everyone Into the Briar Patch!
Thomas L. KnappMar 26

The Iranian Threat That Never Was
I love how the media/government cycle from one "imminent" threat to another and the idiot public goes along with it none the wiser. - Chris
Sheldon RichmanMar 26 1

Why I'm Burning My Last Bridge With Obama
YouTubeMar 25

Is Inequality Fair? - Yaron Brook
Ayn Rand InstituteMar 24

Treating People Like Garbage
Jacob G. HornbergerMar 21 2

Kennedy's "Weakness" During The Cuban Missile Crisis Saved Our Lives
The neocons want to start a thermonuclear war because Putin is making Obama "look weak."
Jacob G. HornbergerMar 20 3

The Blind Eye Of The Law
C4SS.orgMar 20

Pay Taxes or Go Directly to Jail
C4SS.orgMar 20

Fraud or Freedom?
Logan AlbrightMar 20 1

Free Kevin Trudeau!
John SeilerMar 20

How the Drug War Failed Philip Seymour Hoffman
Mark ThorntonMar 19 2

Washington Makes Moscow Look Reasonable
Will GriggMar 18

A Critique of "Against Libertarian Brutalism"
Strike The RootMar 17 1

Obama Regime's Hypocrisy Sets New World Record
Paul Craig RobertsMar 13 1

Making Men Rapists
Wendy McElroyMar 13 3

Cancer, McDonalds and Justin Bieber - Stefan Molyneux and Jeffrey Tucker
YouTubeMar 13

Supporting the Troops
YouTubeMar 12

Wars on Everything
Anthony GregoryMar 11

The Water Bed Effect in Drug Prohibition
Cato.orgMar 10

In the American West, Water Is a Political Weapon
Ryan McMakenMar 10 4

Stefan Molyneux Interviewed on The Alex Jones Show
YouTubeMar 06

Home of the Slave, Land of the Fee
Strike The RootMar 06

The Right to Discriminate
Will GriggMar 06 2

Propaganda Rules The News
Paul Craig RobertsMar 05

Private vs. Government Data Collection
Jacob G. HornbergerMar 05

Have We Allowed the First Amendment to Become an Exercise in Futility?
John W. WhiteheadMar 04

Where's their nerve? Today's comics mock poop, not the powerful
Superb article. The absolute worst comedy movie in modern times has to be "Grandma's Boy," a film in which every joke revolves around laughing at the socially-awkward and disenfranchised. It's the exact opposite of a movie like "Revenge of the Nerds." - Chris
New York PostMar 03

Is the Drug-War Worth This?
Jacob G. HornbergerFeb 27 1

Tom DiLorenzo: "Jon Stewart is Very, Very Afraid"
Thomas DiLorenzoFeb 26

Yawn. Another Big Drug Bust
Jacob G. HornbergerFeb 25

Support Your Local Slave Patrol
William Norman GriggFeb 21 12

Obama, Let Them Eat Food Stamps
The Dollar VigilanteFeb 21 1

To Collectivists, Lenin And Mussolini Defined "Liberty"
Will GriggFeb 21 1

Continuing the Drug War is Stupid
Jacob G. HornbergerFeb 19 1

Don't Get Out the Vote
Sheldon RichmanFeb 16

Facebook Trash Talk is "Terrorism"; Presidential Mass Murder is "Policy"
William Norman GriggFeb 14 1

The U.S. Government Makes a Mockery of the Principal-Agent Relationship
Robert HiggsFeb 13 1

The State is a Parasite on Society
Sounds like Paul Joseph Watson has made the leap to Ancap! There is simply no denying the logical consistency!
Paul Joseph WatsonFeb 13

The Law You Won't Be Told
YouTubeFeb 13

The Path To Dictatorship Is Paved With Obama Intentions
The Dollar VigilanteFeb 12 2

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