What does it mean to be a libertarian today and how far do principles like non-aggression or freedom of speech extend in the political realm?
The audio heard here is from a longer interview I had with Christopher Cantwell. Chris is the host of Radical Agenda, a call-in radio program which puts an entertaining spin on politics and current events. https://christophercantwell.com/
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Join me live as I discuss how to unite the Right, under basic standards of morals and objectives, so we no longer have to endure the subversion and internal strife that comes with virtually no standards at all. ~Expand for links~
A response to Andy Warski's stream called "Libertarianism and The State." This video isn't really meant to debunk any ideas, but to expand upon some points that I feel needed to be explored a little more in depth.
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In which Japan's status as a "crypto haven" is critically examined, the Japanese government's true motives in embracing cryptocurrency are glimpsed in the contrast of their hostility to techno-libertarianism, and we discuss how Japan wants to have its blockchain cake and eat it too.
It’s difficult to have civil discussions amid mass hysteria, especially following a heartbreaking tragedy and before the facts come to light. When it comes to something like the school shooting that happened in Parkland, Florida, immediately, people jump to their sides of the fence and claim the moral high ground.
Hans-Hermman Hoppe is a professor and philosopher whose writing has been influential in the development of Austrian School economics and anarcho-capitalist theory. The following illustrated series is from a speech given by Prof. Hoppe at the Property and Freedom Society, which can be heard in full here: https://youtu.be/TICdCM4j7x8