Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Restoration Trilogy

Here are “The Parable of the Mugger’s Sandwich,” “An Allegory of the Freedom Train,” & “A Tale of Proverbs on the Five Boxes,” available now as a set. [Download PDF]

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Wanna Take My Guns?

Today’s meme is a variation on a theme of giving your guns up “one bullet at a time.” If you are curious as to why there are people who feel this way, I’d suggest you’d read “Serious Self-Defense,” “A Recent … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week – The Bad News

“The bad news is, most people are never going to consider what I’ve just proposed. Most people are just going to keep on freaking out in the streets, screaming about race, hurting innocent people, and demanding a non-existent ‘government’ steal … Continue reading

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Thank You, MLK

Today’s meme is a satirical jab at the government approved Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. If you want to know why I oppose electoral voting, I suggest you read “Some Thoughts on the ‘Suffragettes’ and the Civil Rights Movement,” & … Continue reading

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A Tale of Proverbs on the Five Boxes

The following is a set of proverbs within a frame story. If you haven’t yet read either, “The Parable of the Mugger’s Sandwich,” or “An Allegory of the Freedom Train,” then please do so before reading the concluding installment to … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week – Families Guarding Walls

“So here’s the question for libertarians: Is property the natural state of man which can be returned to once we explain its obvious benefits to enough people? Or is it something only desired by a minority of people and achievable … Continue reading

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Silly Statist

Today’s meme reminds pacifists about the libertarian position on self-defense.  

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