Source: YouTube This is part 2 of my video series exploring a society where law is provided not by government, but by competing voluntary institutions. In this part, Alice is mugged, and her protection agency identifies Bill as the mugger…. Continue Reading →
Source: YouTube Part One of a series of films exploring a society where there is law and order, but no government. This part introduces the definitions of law and government, illustrating the concepts using a simple desert-island scenario. Transcript: http://managainstthestate.blogspot.co…… Continue Reading →
Source: Dollar Vigilante [The following post is by TDV editor, Gary Gibson and is excerpted from the TDV subscription newsletter.] Government cannot do any desirable thing better than the market. It’s physically impossible for them to do so, like chewing… Continue Reading →
Source: For a New Liberty (Chapter 7: Education) by Murray N. Rothbard Audio book version of “For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto” by Murray N. Rothbard, as read by Jeff Riggenbach. http://mises.org In For A New Liberty, Rothbard proposes… Continue Reading →
Source: IfYouWereKing.mp4 by Larken Rose Wouldn’t it be great if YOU were in charge of everything? You could fix the world! Maybe. Maybe not.
Source: Dale Brown of Detroit-based Threat Management Center Is On Point In February of 2012 a write-up to http://CopBlock.org titled, “Frustrated, Detroit Residents Compete with Police” included a picture of Dale Brown, founder of the Threat Management Center. In early… Continue Reading →
Source: How An Anarchist Society Would Provide National Defense: The Solution to Libertarianism’s Hardest Problem | Jeffrey Rogers Hummel | Peace Requires Anarchy This lecture was delivered at the University of Texas at Austin on April 7, 1980. It was… Continue Reading →
Audio book version of “For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto” by Murray N. Rothbard, as read by Jeff Riggenbach, including a new introduction, written and read by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. http://mises.org In For A New Liberty, Rothbard proposes… Continue Reading →