Politics/Economics

How to Achieve a Free Society

Many people have a hard time fathoming how, in the United States, we could come to eliminate the biggest threats posed to our liberty. In this article I will explain a few of the ways we can get closer to a new freedom, and be secure, as Frédéric Bastiat puts it, in our “Life, faculties… Continue reading How to Achieve a Free Society

History/Culture, Politics/Economics

Going Nuclear (Family) Against The State

The nuclear family, defined as a monogamous pair bonded couple raising their mutual offspring, is the first and last defense of private property and, by extension, civilization itself.  Unfortunately, Cultural Marxism is progressively eroding these fundamental pillars of civilization, making it the greatest threat to our way of life and standard of living. The Neolithic Revolution,… Continue reading Going Nuclear (Family) Against The State

History/Culture

Why Libertarianism Is Unique To “The West”

Most deny that genetics and cultural developments have anything to do with the success of the West.  Environmental determinism as exemplified by Jared Diamond, author of Guns, Germs, and Steel, explains everything in terms of environmental influences rather than an interplay of genes, culture and environment – what Greg Cochran and the late Henry Harpending… Continue reading Why Libertarianism Is Unique To “The West”

History/Culture

In Defense Of Libertarian Nationalism

The terms nationalism and nation have several, sometimes mutually exclusive, connotations in the United States. For some Americans, nationalism is about waving flags, reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools, singing the Star Spangled Banner at sporting events, shooting off fireworks on the Fourth of July, and acknowledging one’s existence as a citizen of… Continue reading In Defense Of Libertarian Nationalism