Tag: Murray Rothbard

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Libertarianism

Political Neutrality on Abortion is Welcoming to Pro-life Libertarians

On Saturday, May 28th, the Mises Caucus won control over the Libertarian Party at their national convention in Reno, Nevada. …

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History

Protection, Defense, Retaliation, and Self-Ownership

This is a guest post written by Todd Lewis, who graduated from Malone University with a degree in history and …

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Culture

Don’t Let the Left (and the Right) Steal “Social Justice”

“There is no sport for the ignoramus like killing a useful word.” –Owen Barfield, World’s Apart, 1963 The meaning of words can …

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Libertarianism

The Libertarian Priority

“I am getting more and more convinced that the war-peace question is the key to the whole libertarian business.” ~ …

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Culture

The Old Cause

This guest post is by C.Jay Engel of The Reformed Libertarian. For guest post opportunities, please see the Contact page. …

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Libertarianism

Shall we abandon the non-aggression principle?

It has been fashionable of late for some libertarians to broaden the libertarian non-aggression principle in their attempts to make …

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Economics

The Significance of the Austrian School and Ludwig von Mises

This is the first essay in LibertarianChristians.com series “Essentials of Austrian Economics.” Throughout this series, we will explore important economic …

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History

The Politics of the Millennium

Murray Rothbard wrote the following article for Liberty Magazine in 1990. It provides an interesting summary and perspective on the …

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Politics

My View of Politics

Please remove me from your mailing list, “I’m just totally uninterested in your view of politics,” wrote a former student …

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Libertarianism

The Antiwar Odyssey of Laurence Vance

I have been asked often over the years when and how I came to be such an outspoken critic of …

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Theology

Is Libertarianism Compatible With Religion?

This talk was given at the 2011 Austrian Scholars Conference at the Mises Institute. —- I never met Murray Rothbard. …

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History

News of the Week: Rethinking Reagan

Recapping the interesting and noteworthy events of the past week. In this edition, we take a retrospective look at conservative …

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News

Joseph Sobran, reluctant anarchist and Christian libertarian, 1946-2010

Joseph Sobran now rests with the Prince of Peace. This great Christian libertarian valued truth above all, and fought the …

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Economics

Austrian Scholars Conference 2010 – Day 1

The first day of the Austrian Scholars Conference 2010 was marked by greeting old friends, making new friends, and meeting …

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Politics

What does it mean to be an effective local activist?

As I’ve aged, I’ve found myself transformed from scientist to engineer, from artist to performer, from philosopher to pragmatist. It’s a pretty typical pattern. Be it accident or serendipity, this journey has coincided with a sudden interest in politics. My middle aged pragmatism has paid off, personally, in this new hobby. I’ve definitely discovered that, at least in the political realm, experience is, for me, the best teacher I can find.

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Economics

10 Things I Hate About Taxes #9: Taxation is Theft

This entry is part 9 of 12 in the series Ten Things I Hate About Taxes

I have already said and illustrated this numerous times in previous articles, but I will say it once again: Taxation is theft, period. To continue this theme, I’d like to show what a few of my favorite laissez-faire economists had to say about the evils of taxation.

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News

New Site: Libertarian Papers

Just launched today: Libertarian Papers, an online peer-reviewed journal freely available to all! It looks fantastic. The editors come from …

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