Category Archives: libertarian thought

A dirt-bag in the "City of Brotherly Love"

Veteran readers of this blog may remember that I once traveled to Madagascar, and then took a rail-trip through some European countries. That was an exciting, and unforgettable, trip. One of the countries I visited was Germany, and while at … Continue reading

Posted in Africa and blacks, immigration/ Hispanics, libertarian thought | 6 Comments

Was he his own worst enema?

Most of y’all have probably already read about the recent horrific case in New Mexico. To summarize: The incident began on Jan. 2 as David Eckert was leaving the local Walmart in Deming, N.M. He reportedly failed to make a … Continue reading

Posted in crime and violence, immigration/ Hispanics, libertarian thought | 5 Comments

The insidious advance of "hate-speech" laws in the U.S.

Two recent incidents illustrate how the enemies of liberty on the left work to deny us our freedom of speech. In the first incident, a woman was fired from her (presumably private sector) job due to leftist/black activism against an … Continue reading

Posted in freedom of speech issues, libertarian thought | 5 Comments

Jury nullification

For many white advocates, the term “jury nullification” has negative connotations. It brings to mind black murderers and rapists who are set free for want of a jury of their peers that will convict them. It reminds us of horrific … Continue reading

Posted in activism, libertarian thought | 3 Comments

Immigration hurts secessionist movements

Localism is a good thing. Greater autonomy for distinct regions generally leads to more liberty. Even if specific regions trample upon human rights, their smaller geographical area makes it easier for those who feel oppressed to move to another region. … Continue reading

Posted in immigration/ Hispanics, libertarian thought | 23 Comments

OKC memorial

In a somewhat seedy section of Oklahoma City, near the bus station, stand the Oklahoma City Memorial and museum. The Alfred P. Murrah building, according to Wikipedia… … contained regional offices for the Social Security Administration, the United States Secret … Continue reading

Posted in crime and violence, libertarian thought | 5 Comments

The plastic recycling crisis

Via blogragu, I found this article about China’s recent refusal to accept American plastics for recycling. According to Quartz: The drop-off in Chinese demand, and the lack of immediately accessible alternatives, could hit American cities hard, says Quartz’s contact in … Continue reading

Posted in libertarian thought, Uncategorized | 17 Comments

We pay for diversity with our freedom

Tom Cushing is up in arms because Sgt. Ed Mullins of the NYPD has opined that we must prove we’re innocent or be presumed guilty, and that this is the price we pay to live in a free society. Cushing … Continue reading

Posted in crime and violence, libertarian thought | 16 Comments

"Strike The Root" finally gets it

I’ve been reading, off and on, the excellent anarcho-libertarian site strike-the-root. Years ago I used to participate in its forums, where I would express my views on whatever topic was at hand. My opinions on racial inequality were unwelcome. Anarcho-libertarians … Continue reading

Posted in libertarian thought, racial differences and how they manifest themselves/race science | 11 Comments

Prad Pitt: Right, but for the wrong reasons

Actor Brad Pitt has thrown his weight behind a documentary that blasts the American War on Drugs. According to Reuters: (Reuters) – Brad Pitt has thrown his weight behind a documentary that blasts America’s 40-year war on drugs as a … Continue reading

Posted in libertarian thought, shenanigans of the Left and of non-white activists | 2 Comments