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"Once one concedes that a single world government is not necessary, then where does one logically stop at the permissibility of separate states? If Canada and the United States can be separate nations without being denounced as in a state of impermissible 'anarchy', why may not the South secede from the United States?
I don't see how you can oppose free immigration without at least indirectly supporting the existence of a coercive state. I've read what (paleo) Rothbard and Hoppe have to say about it, but their argument (essentially, if all land were privately owned, "immigration" would require permission from the landowners) ignores several important facts. … Read this article
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I wasn't always this way. Like so many in the libertarian tradition, I was brought up as a conservative christian and taught that the USA, the military, and the police were the "good guys" who I should thank for my freedom. … Read this article
Why is it that there is so much tension between traditional Republicans, libertarian Republicans, and radical anti-statists? It is because many of those who claim to support individual liberty no longer have the fire and passion necessary to abolish the evils of coercive government. … Read this article
Why do I oppose war? I oppose war because I oppose the initiation of force in any fashion. I support the non-aggression principle (NAP) which asserts that all individuals possess the unalienable natural rights of life, liberty, and property; and that no one may ever justly initiate force against these rights. … Read this article