Monthly Archives: July 2014

Legal v. Lawful

In order to better illustrate the difference between the words “legal” and “lawful” that I described in the The Last Bastille Podcast #72 – Origins, I hope the following Venn diagram crystallizes the relationship between the two (for more background … Continue reading

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Economics in One Lesson

Too many people, even within the alternative media, are awfully ignorant of basic economic principles. They refuse to see that which is not seen, and they are very distrustful of each human making his own decisions in the marketplace by … Continue reading

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Social “Networking” Trifecta

I figured a visual representation for the most common Internet websites used by the alternative media for written, audio, and video communications was long past due. All corporate logos are used here in accordance with the Fair Use doctrine.

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That Which is Seen, and That Which is Not Seen

Some people have gotten upset at me for attempting to reduce their opportunity costs, since my last Independence Day article. Accusations levied at me ranging from acting as a “negative Nancy,” to inadvertently working on behalf of controlled opposition, have … Continue reading

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Capitalisms & Socialisms

Here is an image meme I’d think you’d all get a chuckle out of. I originally found it on Facebook through an acquaintance of mine, but the hyperlink for it has since gone dead. If you happen to know who … Continue reading

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Walden

Many Americans are in danger of losing their humanity. Believing themselves to be separate from Nature, they attempt to cocoon themselves from it, never realizing that by doing so they are excising their ability to connect with what is reality … Continue reading

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Super Stef?

The following image meme was created by Rock Bar, as a tribute to Stefan Molyneux‘s advocacy of “peaceful parenting,” which critiques the practice of spanking children.

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