Posts Tagged ‘ Donald Trump ’

Catch The Zeitgeist

I’m sure our followers are starting to tire of winning-or, at the very least, want to take a leisurely break-so we thought we’d present a fascinating philosophical debate completely unrelated to this past week’s presidential election. The Zeitgeist movement-as best as I can surmise from this debate-is a strange mixture of anarcho-syndicalism, techno-Marxism, earth...
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Speaking Truth To Power

Speaking Truth To Power

To the surprise of no one, the reporters, editors and publishers whose revolting fealty to Hillary Clinton, exposed in excruciating detail through Wikileaks, resulted in an historic loss for the Democratic Party have learned nothing from Tuesday’s Trumpslide. Instead of reflecting upon how media institutions rigging the primary process against Bernie Sanders, then conducting an...
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A New Day

A New Day

Even CNBC is impressed by the President-elect’s magnanimous victory speech. We’ll have more thoughts on this historic election in the days ahead. For the time being, we’d like to congratulate the people who made this day possible, including the immigration patriots who’ve been directly victimized by our federal government’s indifference to illegal immigration.
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Libertarian Swingers

Spoiler Alert: Walter Block won this debate, i.e. convinced a larger percentage of the audience to vote in his favor than Nick Gillespie. For what it’s worth, I found it to be an interesting parallel to the Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump debates.
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Friday Night Fights

Friday Night Fights

  One of my favorite spectator sports is live debating. Although not all debates are as riveting as the Nick Gillespie-Walter Block confrontation which occurred last night, this election cycle has taught us all the entertainment value of a good one.
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Silicon Valley Browncoat

Update: For those who can’t watch the entire speech, CNBC has provided a surprisingly good summary of Thiel’s remarks.  The event begins 3 minutes into the video and Thiel begins speaking roughly 5:30 minutes in.
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Better A Diamond With A Flaw Than A Pebble Without

A world without borders would be impossible to govern democratically. It would need to be run by a strong central authority that would quickly morph into an iron fist dictatorship.
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Reveille For Radicals

Reveille For Radicals

  It turns out that the violent Marxist riots targeting Donald Trump and his supporters weren’t the spontaneous upwelling of progressive rage we had been led by the media-those paragons of transparency and fairness-to believe.
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The American Work Ethic

Some interesting thoughts from my favorite libertarian-after the great Hans Hermann-Hoppe-about our civilization’s defining issue. Charles Murray’s summation is worth pondering, because it cuts to the heart of open borders dogma.
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The State Of The Nation

The State Of The Nation

Mark Steyn puts the current presidential race into perspective: In any society, the chief magistrate’s first duty is to uphold the law, and throughout human history his easiest temptation, once in office, has been to regard himself as above it.
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