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  • Hazlitt = Strawmanner of Keynes

    >Kayne-zee-uns say that goverment can stimulate the economy by breaking windows >But every dollar spent on repairing those broken windows could be spent elsewhere >Even though the whole point of Kayne-zee-unism is that spending is not going on in the private sector
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Buzz Killington on Wed, Feb 13 2013
  • Footage of Porcfest from yesterday

    http://qik.com/video/41392530 Footage by Dave Ridley from the Ridley Report. Porcfest is great. If not for the rain this place would be heaven.
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by Freedom4Me73986 on Sat, Jun 25 2011
  • Single Question Litmus Test

    It has probably been about 10 years since I found Austrian Economics and Libertarianism. Watching the news - so many folks talk like Misesians (less like Rothbardians) - but are ultimately just co-opting the philosophy, or aping the popular themes. The main tenet of strict libertarianism seems to be...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Doug on Wed, Mar 9 2011
  • Who are Canada's 'freemen'? - Very interesting - any thoughts on this movement or article?

    Personally my favourite part of this article is when they bring in Timothy McVeigh, and bring up conspiracy theories and violence perpetrated by "freemen" Seeing as the majority of violence in our society is perpetrated by people who are completely within our system of laws and rules, one might...
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by Redmond on Sat, Oct 30 2010
  • A Socio-biological perspective on politics and classical libertarian thought.

    Hey everyone, so this is my first post. i've written my ideas in essay form because other people are likely to read it and i don't like changing the introduction around. hope you enjoy and try at answering my questions. although i think the likely hood is that you will disagree with at least...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Cyther Lynx on Fri, Oct 8 2010
  • Best Fiction (Books or Movies) With a Theme of Freedom

    I feel like this could end up being a fun post. I still haven't read Atlas Shrugged, but I've heard from everyone that it's a great book and promotes the free market. What are some other good books and movies that support the idea of a free society. Only fiction, please. However, if you know...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Brian LaSorsa on Sat, Jun 26 2010
  • Right of individuals to develop their own nuclear weapons

    What is Ron Paul's, and other libertarians', take on this? I am a libertarian, but in order to be consistent, I want an answer to this question. They keep saying (and want to agree) that either you believe in freedom and property rights or you don't. There is no middle ground. Thus, what...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by hoarder on Sat, Jun 5 2010
  • Continental Convention

    MUST WATCH the Continental Convention 2009!!! Increadible! I was crying while watching the opening ceremonies. And the speaches are great. Not all the speakers are great speakers, but the information is fantastic. All the representatives were elected by their States. It's at www.cc2009.us Strangely...
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by cryptocode on Thu, Nov 19 2009
  • Re: Libertarians For Obama

    [quote user="Byzantine"]Not really. We're just counting to see who could field the biggest army and instead of fighting, we just concede the point right there.[/quote] How does this bring us back to the subject: "Libertarians supporting Obama"?
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by Torsten on Mon, Nov 10 2008
  • Re: Democratic-Republicans are Dead!

    The gaul of those shifty D's, excluding Grover, and 'shilling' us with Byranites. As the 19th Century came to a close, the American electorate changed more and more rapidly. The Democratic Party embraced the immigrants who flooded into cities and industrial centers, built a political base...
    Posted to History (Forum) by Bank Run on Sun, Mar 16 2008
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