"Liberty is neither vindictive nor is it about moral crusading. Liberty is the only answer to the extremism being offered by the left and the right in our society."
When we first start reading into libertarian philosophy, we see examples of how things currently are, and the benefits, both practically and morally, that...
"In principle, new laws are passed, upheld, and enforced to protect us and our inalienable rights. Violation of these laws have consequences and the fear of the consequences are meant to deter us from said violations."
Every once in a while, it is important to go back and look over some of the stances and arguments you’ve used to see...
"There are three primary forms of consent: implied, verbal, and written. Social contract theory relies on the former of the three forms to function."
"The fact that so few people vote for Libertarian candidates is a very useful signal that party higher-ups should be paying attention to. This isn’t a case of citizens failing in their obligation to vote for the LP, it’s the LP failing in their ability to sufficiently attract voters."
"Those that wish to simply start fighting Nazis, in general, miss the mark. A great example of this is Antifa."
"The way that we settle abortion is by figuring out how to uphold both sets of freedoms at the same time."
"One of the things I find refreshing about libertarianism is that it doesn't make you feel as if you need to control others because of your own moral failures and guilt."
"I thought back to the recent installment on the faction wars argument and realized that I should collect some of them together and get through the pile in a single swoop. So, for this installment of Bad Arguments, I present to you a small collection of simply countered arguments that are far too common yet seem to continue to be used without reproach. Hopefully, that will end here."