My latest from The Conscious Resistance.
As a libertarian, I’m often told, “You’ll never get what you want” and “You’re being too idealistic.”
It’s true, the likelihood that we achieve a society free from all harmful coercion and where all transactions are peaceful is very slim. But is arguing for that being “too idealistic?”
If I believe that it is wrong for the institution known as the state to force peaceful people to act a certain way, then I should consistently condemn all instances of it. If I think that the Federal Reserve and central banking bring the most benefit to the elites of the world at the expense of everyone else, then I had better speak my conscience. If I think that the police should not enforce laws where there are no victims when the law is broken, then I ought to speak out when they do enforce them.