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  • Re: Two red flags about this community...

    [quote user="snliii"]I'm often confused about people who call themselves libertarians. In most cases, they are socialists (or self-proclaimed moderates) who merely want to legalize drugs...[/quote]That depends upon your definition of socialism. Most people who call themselves libertarians define socialism to refer to some sort of Marxist
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by allixpeeke on Thu, Mar 20 2008
  • Re: Anarchism and Nationalism??

    [quote user="Byzantine"]In fact, you would see more "collectivism" under anarcho-capitalism[/quote] You would see a highly-collected society, a dense web of interactions, and a variety of institutions constituting voluntary "collectivism" under individualist anarchism. But this is not what one typically refers to when one
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by allixpeeke on Fri, Feb 22 2008
  • Re: Anarchism and Nationalism??

    [quote user="ChaseCola"]You can be both, I would be proud of the USA's lack of government and its culture, Texas the same thing. I would still see us as a "country", just one without government.[/quote]That's patriotism, not nationalism. And I would agree that one can be a patriotic anarchist, evn a patriotic individualist
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by allixpeeke on Fri, Feb 22 2008
  • Re: Anarchism and Nationalism??

    I don't believe that one can be a nationalist and an anarchist, or at least one cannot be a nationalist and an individualist anarchist. Nationalism is inherently collectivist. But, you can be an anarchist and still hold that Texas should be permitted to secede from the Union. I would like to see every state secede from the union, and every county
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by allixpeeke on Fri, Feb 22 2008
  • Re: The constitution of the Gold Party

    We have too many libertarian parties already, we do not need another. We have the Libertarian Party , the Boston Tea Party , the Personal Choice Party , the Freedom Party, USA , etc. We're making the same mistake the Marxists made: splitting ourselves into too many separate parties, marginalising ourselves. What we ought to do is join our forces
    Posted to General (Forum) by allixpeeke on Sat, Feb 16 2008
  • Re: "Money Banking & the Federal Reserve": video transcript available?

    Tonight, I started transcribing the documentary into text (English). I'm going to bed now, but assuming I return to this project, and assuming I finish the transcript, I'll be sure to email it to Mr. Tucker with the hope that he will be able to post it on Mises.org for those wish to read it or for those who, like you, wish to translate it into
    Posted to Help and Support (Forum) by allixpeeke on Wed, Jan 23 2008
  • Re: The Market for Liberty

    I like that distinction. I hereby adopt it.
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by allixpeeke on Tue, Jan 15 2008
  • Shays's Rebellion

    Any more you think I should add? http://tiger.towson.edu/~apeak1/writtenwork/otherworksworthreading/shayssrebellion.html
    Posted to History (Forum) by allixpeeke on Sun, Jan 13 2008
  • Re: Good articles on Socialized Medicine.

    I've made a list: http://tiger.towson.edu/~apeak1/writtenwork/otherworksworthreading/healthcare.html Cheers!
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by allixpeeke on Sun, Jan 13 2008
  • Re: Was Rothbard an anarchist?

    [quote user="Nathyn"]You reject the very possibility of considering the notion that any Socialist has any regard for any kind of freedom.[/quote]I reject that statism or aggression will, as means , yeild the ends of freedom.
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by allixpeeke on Sun, Jan 13 2008
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