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Peaceful Streets Project founder, Antonio Buehler, has wholeheartedly endorsed the racial hysteria recently provoked by Cathy Reisenwitz. Reisenwitz tweeted that American libertarians were “super racist” and specifically targeted her attacks on such movement leaders as Murray Rothbard, Ron Paul, and Lew Rockwell, and others. Reisenwitz has since apologized for the baseless allegations, but Buehler seems to think the slander is still a thing worthy of pursuit. Nevermind the fact that Reisenwitz said all these people have had “racist comments attributed
“Thick Libertarian” Strategy Doesn’t Help Libertarianism. Leftists, now shying from that term and its negative antipropertarian connotations, and calling themselves “thick libertarians“, tell us that we must “expand” our philosophy. They tell us we must do this, because that will make our radical movement more popular. They tell us there’s a lot of grey area in the voluntary vs. coercive spectrum. That if we don’t catch up with the times and start treating people special because of their race and
Curious about libertarianism? You’re in the right place. Congratulations! If you’re reading this and you’re not already a libertarian, then you’re probably about to embark on a life changing journey of knowledge seeking. I’m honored to be the one giving you this introduction to libertarianism, so if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. What is libertarianism? If you ask ten people this question, you might get ten different answers. Those of us who have been studying
It looks like libertarian infighting isn’t just for us lowly Facebook trolls anymore. A very public spat has arisen between the Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity, and Students for Liberty, over the particular nature in which one tailors their anti war propaganda. The first shots were apparently fired by Students for Liberty, when cofounder and president Alexander McCorbin, coauthored an article with International Executive Board member Eglė Markevičiūtė, titled “Ron Paul Gets It Wrong When He Speaks about Secession and Crimea“.
Is Pastor James Manning a libertarian? I’m often accused of being divisive, of “hurting the movement”, of causing infighting amongst libertarians. Whether it’s for attacking statist “libertarians” or for attacking left “libertarians”, people always freak out. “Chris! We all want freedom, we’re all on the same side!”. All this sort of really relies on very loose definitions of the words “freedom” and “libertarian”. And hey, maybe that’s a good thing. Maybe what we really need is a “big tent” where