Category Archives: Libertarianism

Rings v. Rand

A very good recent article on the history of science fiction has this great quote from TV and comics writer John Rogers: “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas … Continue reading

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Stefan Molyneux vs. The Fascist

Stefan’s interlocutor (let’s call him The Fascist) gets the better of him on this one. Having been red-pilled in recent years, SM is struggling to preserve his anarcho-libertarian fetishization of individual ‘choice’, and the axiom of NAP, as the solution … Continue reading

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NR: “What Happened to the ‘Libertarian Moment’?”

From an NR piece titled “What Happened to the ‘Libertarian Moment’?”: Even free trade and a welcoming attitude toward immigration, longtime liberty-conservative staples, are under assault in today’s GOP. The Cato Institute’s Emily Ekins recently published a paper, “The Five … Continue reading

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Libertarian Naivety

Here’s a very nice cartoon meme against libertarianism that was posted on Voat/Identitarian.

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The Poverty of Libertarianism – Pt. 3,182

The first 60 seconds of this Tucker interview with a Libertarian chick gets to the core of why I left the Libertarian Party many years ago.

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One Dude on Why He’s No Longer a Libertarian

John Craig on why he is “No Longer a Libertarian”: In an ideal society, I could still be a libertarian. But the official Libertarian Party in this country now advocates, among other things, open borders, and anyone with the foggiest … Continue reading

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The Poverty of Libertarianism: Pt. 271

OzConservative has an excellent post documenting one of the ways libertarianism is the reverse side of the same liberal coin: The Cato Institute is a leading libertarian organisation in the U.S. The Institute recently published a significant article about race. It’s fascinating … Continue reading

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The Intellectual Poverty of Libertarianism

Blind tripe like this is why I left libertarianism years ago, once I became red-pilled by AmRen, VDARE, and others. France is becoming a Third World country because of economic policies instituted by the graduates of its finest schools, not … Continue reading

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RIP: Libertarianism?

In a long Politico piece, Tim Alberta asks if Trump’s election, and the relative decline in political stature of Rand Paul and other Congressional libertarians, represents “The End of the Libertarian Dream?” Meanwhile, in “Ayn Rand is dead. Liberals are … Continue reading

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Spencer on Rand Paul’s Exit

Richard Spencer discusses “Rand Paul’s political evolution and how libertarianism has acted as a mask on White identity.” From a couple of good commenters: Water is good, but without a container, it spills all over. If you want to have … Continue reading

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