“But I Still Respect The Troops”

"But I still respect the troops" is testament to how strong military propaganda is in the United States.  It's a line I hear after...
NFL military propaganda

Episode 66 – NFL military propaganda

While watching the Sunday night football game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys last night, commentators Al Michaels and Cris Collingsworth lamented...
My Lai Massacre

The continuing tragedy of the My Lai Massacre, Part 2: Blatant military propaganda

More than two and a half years ago, I wrote the first part of a planned two-part series on the continuing tragedy of the...
immigration and labor

Episode 62 – Facts without analysis are worthless: immigration and labor

We seem to be getting a lot of inspiration from Twitter recently.  And we feel no shame: Twitter is an excellent muse.  There...

1000 Embryos vs. a 5-year-old

On Twitter today I came across this thread, retweeted by Michael Malice. The original thread is short, so you can read the whole argument,...

Parable of the Two Sons

When I wrote about the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard last week, I mentioned that Christ's teachings are remarkably consistent with libertarian...
cause of the las vegas shooting

Episode 59 – Poor reasons for the cause of the Las Vegas shooting

The country has gone through yet another senseless mass shooting.  This time it was in Las Vegas at a country music festival that...
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Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard

When I first started learning about libertarian philosophy I was scared.  I was a solid Republican reading Hazlitt, Bastiat, and Rothbard.  I rationalized my...
preferable violence

Episode 58 – The difference between justified violence and preferable violence

The Non-Aggression Principle is one of the core ideas to libertarianism, but it is unfortunately not always correctly applied even by otherwise strong...
Lynne DiSanto meme

The Lynne DiSanto meme controversy: We need to be outraged by the atrocities of...

With all of the problems going on in the world, a lot of “newsworthy” events that get everyone riled up are really just completely...

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