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  • 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
  • Help requested...

    I seem to have gotten myself into a debate with another single-minded Randian who had the audacity to call Rothbard a charlatan: http://gusvanhorn.blogspot.com/2009/10/oath-fakers.html (see comments) I'll admit that I'm out of my league. Anybody who would like to write a follow-up comment to...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Wes Cooper on Wed, Oct 21 2009
  • Did the founding fathers believe in anarchy?

    The founding fathers believed it was the right of the people to abolish the government once it no longer protected the natural rights of its citizens. They believed in secession - afterall, the Revolutionary War was fought so that the US could secede from Britain. According to Rothbardian logic, if you...
    Posted to History (Forum) by libertyman on Tue, Aug 4 2009
  • Atlantis Venezuela

    Have a look round the island , you'll find out. Google Atlantis Venezuela If you like what you see, tell others you trust about it and help us build it.
    Posted to General (Forum) by WIJG21 on Sun, Oct 7 2007
  • Re: Help us build Atlantis!

    The constitution of Atlantis has only one law: ---------------------------------------------------------------------- All men are free to think, act and speak as they will. With these conditions: 1. That they respect the life, liberty and property of others. 2. That they assume full responsibility for...
    Posted to General (Forum) by WIJG21 on Sat, Oct 6 2007
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