Politics/Economics

Mises, Hoppe, and Rothbard: On The Foundations Of Liberty

Originally Published On The Austro Libertarian The debate over the proper philosophical foundation for economics, ethics, and political theory (which, being focused on the justification for the use of force in society, is a particular application of ethics), is grounded in the study of knowledge; or, epistemology. This is why the first hundred pages or so… Continue reading Mises, Hoppe, and Rothbard: On The Foundations Of Liberty

Current Events, Politics/Economics

Exposing Zionist Control Over Aggressive U.S. Foreign Policy

Here’s the mainstream foreign policy narrative: Anyone who believes that America should pursue an America First foreign policy and not an Israel First foreign policy is an anti-Semite. Anyone who doesn’t want to provoke a war with Russia must be on Putin’s payroll. Anyone who believes the US should get out of Syria is a… Continue reading Exposing Zionist Control Over Aggressive U.S. Foreign Policy

Current Events, History/Culture

Explaining Postmodernism

Originally Published on Bionic Mosquito In listening to Jordan Peterson over the last few months, he has often commented on the destructive philosophy of post-modernism, a philosophy that – in his view – is the force behind the cultural destruction underway in the west. Prior to hearing this from him, my knowledge on the matter… Continue reading Explaining Postmodernism

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Christianity and Libertarian Law are Distinctly Western

Originally published at Liberty Machine News It is popular among the new right crowd to assume that the main tenets of reactionaries – Christianity and libertarian legal theory – are Semitic influences on the West and that their beloved national socialism, derived from Prussian socialism, is some ancient practice of European peoples.  In an attempt… Continue reading Christianity and Libertarian Law are Distinctly Western