Author Christopher Chase Rachels has with this book very well outline the entire path to replacing GOVERNment with a Voluntary System which many call Anarchy. He appears to be relatively young, and may be the bright shining star of our future. Now, just out, is his most remarkable book, “Spontaneous Order”, which this post is really all about!
Rothbard: Anarcho-communism, both in its original Bakunin-Kropotkin form and its current irrationalist and “post-scarcity” variety, is poles apart from genuine libertarian principle.”
Striker: Communism was, and remains, a version of totalitarian insanity a.k.a. Government. Calling the current batch of rebel socialists anarcho-communists, as we see almost daily in today’s web-spin, is a complete twist of reality.
As Americans were spending time scrambling to give the IRS their annual protection fee, the court system in the United Kingdom, at the behest of National Health Service bureaucrats, abducted and murdered an 8-month-old baby. This brazen abduction was done in broad daylight with full press coverage and the UK government and courts claimed loudly this was humane and the right thing to do.
Collectivism is the gas leak. As long as we accept a political system built on the assumption that office holders will be honorable and that it is good that they should direct our lives, we shall forever be victims of the predator class. Only fools would create a political system that depends on “confidence in man”.
“The Real War On Science” by John Tierney; we are not sure of who he really is! extracted from http://www.onepoliticalplaza.com/t-88477-1.html by Voice of Reason:“This is an excellent (if somewhat long) read. I particularly liked the part showing how leftist psychological studies are carried out in order to perpetuate the myth that conservatives are evil… Another […]
It is hard for me to believe that America’s political left is embracing ISIS and Sharia Law, but everything I see and hear points to just that.
by Ryan McMaken at Mises.org
Contrary to what many Americans seem to think, the document we now call “the Constitution” and the Declaration of independence are not pretty much the same thing or “connected in spirit,” or “two sides of the same coin.” The two documents were written by two different groups of people at two different times to accomplish two totally different goals.