This is the grave of Lysander Spooner. Born in 1808 in Athol, Masschusetts, Spooner never went to college but nonetheless studied with some of his state’s top lawyers and became one of the leadi
Above: Honduran sweatshop workers, i.e., people with histories One of the worst parts of the debate on the globalization of production is the discussion of workers. For promoters of uncontrolled capit
Heh. Ayn Rand, Rand Paul and Paul Ryan walk into a bar. The bartender serves them tainted alcohol because there are no regulations. They die. — Miss O'Kistic (@missokistic) May 14, 2014
Libertarians are very special people. Racist rants by federal lands moocher Cliven Bundy and vile comments attributed to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling have put old-school racism back in t
In a world where Rand Paul, America’s greatest defender of civil liberties, not only employs a key adviser with a sideline as the “Southern Avenger” but defends it as a youthful disc
I would to add to Scott and Erik’s commentary by reporting that Randy Barnett understands the basic voting incentives inherent to a structural two party system. That is all.
Um, not really so much: Libertarianism gets marginalized in American politics because it doesn’t fit into the two-party paradigm. Well, that’s one version of the underlying cause and effect. A
I have a weird sort of idea that I should somehow avoid letting my snark:serious post ratio exceed 1:1, so I’ve been feeling mildly guilty about this little indulgence with nothing to balance it