Posted on 10/09/2005 3:00:11 PM PDT by ct235. LISTEN, Libertarian! By Tim Condon October 9, 2005 Libertarians are such losers. I know, this is not a way to endear myself to them, even when my best friends are all libertarian or near-libertarian. But success is staring them in the face, and a significant proportion of them deploy massive brainpower and argument to make sure that nothing ever gets better. Its incredible. LISTEN, libertarian! Its over 30 years later, and were still hearing endless platitudes that keep us from gaining political power in the service of individual freedom. All we need to do is a better job at selling our product! the activists say. But weve been trying to sell our product for decades, and the people of America arent buying. All we need to do is a better job of educating people about what we stand for! say the activists. But after 30 years of libertarian presidential candidates and campaigns, the voters are more than aware of what we stand for. We are caught ...
More than half of libertarians say government regulation of business does more harm than good (56 percent vs. 47 percent). However, four-in-ten libertarians say that government regulation of business is necessary to protect the public interest (41 percent).. More than half say "government aid to the poor does more harm than good by making people too dependent on government assistance" (57 percent vs. 48 percent), while almost four-in-ten (38 percent) say government aid "does more good than harm because people cant get out of poverty until their basic needs are met.". Libertarians are more supportive of legalizing marijuana than the public overall (65 percent vs. 54 percent). But they are also more likely than the general public to favor allowing the police "to stop and search anyone who fits the general description of a crime suspect" (42 percent of libertarians, 41 percent of the public) and to think "it is best for the future of our country to be active in world affairs" (43 percent of ...
I think you have to go on the assumption that the majority of Libertarian votes would go to a Republican candidate if the Libertarian candidate was not on the ballot," said Dick Wadhams, a political strategist and former state GOP chairman. "I think history would dictate that.. "I think in a race as close as this one, clearly that Libertarian candidate affected the outcome and handed it to a Democrat.". There were Libertarian candidates in 40 state House races and 12 in state Senate races, but the Hudak-Sias matchup was the only contest in which Libertarian votes arguably changed the outcome.. There were also American Constitution Party candidates in two Senate races and eight House contests, and two House races with unaffiliated candidates. But the margins of victory for the winners in those races were large enough that the involvement of third-party candidates had no effect on the outcome.. Tim Hoover: 303-954-1626, [email protected] or twitter.com/timhoover ...
And we should - then every community in the country could then start doing major weapon sweeps and then destroying the weapons, not selling them.". "When we got organized as a country and we wrote a fairly radical Constitution with a radical Bill of Rights, giving a radical amount of individual freedom to Americans …And so a lot of people say theres too much personal freedom. When personal freedoms being abused, you have to move to limit it. Thats what we did in the announcement I made last weekend on the public housing projects, about how were going to have weapon sweeps and more things like that to try to make people safer in their communities." - MTVs "Enough is Enough!", 22 March, 1994. "We cant be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans…" - USA Today, 11 March, 1993, pg. 2A. "If the personal freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution inhibit the governments ability to govern the people, we should look to limit those guarantees." - 12 August, 1993. "You ...
Levy therefore argues that libertarians and liberals can find common ground in opposing a variety of government interventions that restrict liberty in order to benefit the non-poor, often at the expense of the disadvantaged. I am sympathetic to Levys argument and have made similar points myself (e.g. - here and here). The problem is that the vast majority of liberals do not agree; most of them support a wide range of government interventions that are intended to benefit groups other than the poor, sometimes even at the expense of the latter. Thats one of the reasons why Brink Lindseys original 2006 proposal for a liberaltarian alliance found few if any takers on the left, even though it was based on much the same premises as Levys (libertarians agreeing to accept a welfare state that benefits the poor in exchange for liberals joining libertarians in opposing a wide range of other interventionist policies). This state of affairs could change if liberal thought moves in a more pro-market ...
RSA USA We all know the vast majority of Internet-of-Things devices havent anything more than a fig leaf for protection. Now the unlikeliest of folks are calling for rules to improve IoT security: libertarians.. In a session today at the RSA infosec conference in San Francisco, Olaf Kolkman, the Internet Societys chief internet technology officer, and Bruce Schneier, IBM Resilients CTO and the bloke who literally wrote the book on cryptography, found themselves in an unlikely alliance on the matter of IoT security.. Essentially, Kolkman has called for strict industry requirements to bring IoT defenses up to scratch. Schneier, an anti-regulation libertarian, agrees, yes, its time to draw up rules for internet-connected gadgets.. "A lot of us have been libertarian for years and dont want regulation, but that wont be an option when the internet crashes into the real world and people get killed," Schneier said. "You cant talk about regulation versus no regulation - that ship has sailed. Now ...
The Libertarian National Committee. The Libertarian Party calls on the Republicans and Democrats to become aware of the tremendous changes Americans are dealing with in their lives, and to make a similar change in the way Congress operates.. Firstly, it is critical that Congress allow remote voting immediately. In the absence of a functioning congress, the Executive branch has too much power. With members of both the House and Senate stricken, the need is urgent and logical. There are no technical issues that could not be overcome.. Secondly, Congress must put aside its constant game of position and opposition and recognize when they put things into bills that their opponents cannot live with, that they are hurting the American people. Of course as Libertarians wed prefer Congress stimulate the economy by removing regulations. Wed prefer Americans be given more money by telling them theres no income tax this year. And wed prefer the government completely get out of the process of handling ...
With Bryans last post, I think he conceded that its not a principled argument that is being made. From a principled standpoint, I think all Libertarians would basically agree that open immigration is more libertarian. Whats being debated now is how should you determine when a Libertarian should/can adopt illiberal/statist positions on pragmatic grounds. Libertarians opposed to open immigration dont take that stand because they are anti-immigrant, they take that stand because they think it maximizes their ability to enjoy and protect what liberty remains in the U.S. for them and their friends and family. If we lived in a society where most people did not view govt as a weapon to be used to enforce their will on other people, this wouldnt be an issue. But since thats not the society we live in, the question is when is it ok for libertarians to take statist, illiberal positions to protect their own liberty. They didnt create the current political system, so while it would immoral to simply ...
Over the weekend, my good friend Pete Boettke wondered why it was necessary for us to call ourselves "Bleeding Heart Libertarians" when the whole history of classical liberalism (from Smith forward) is full of thinkers who clearly cared about, for example, the condition of the least well-off. My response was that "yes, that might be true, but most observers of libertarianism dont know that, and too many true believers talk about libertarianism as if its all about self-interest to the exclusion of other values." In response, Pete gave me the same eyeroll hes been giving me for more than 25 years.. As if on cue, we get Jeff Sachs writing about libertarianism this weekend and saying:. Yet the error of libertarianism lies not in championing liberty, but in championing liberty to the exclusion of all other values. Libertarians hold that individual liberty should never be sacrificed in the pursuit of other values or causes. Compassion, justice, civic responsibility, honesty, decency, humility, ...
The rankings by a Virginia think tank are based on economic, social, and personal freedoms of Americans - and include taxes, government spending and regulations.
Q: Do you still believe that the financial industry needs no regulation because markets are inherently stable and always act rationally?. A: The free market is the most stable and fair system. Government intervention and manipulation of interest rates are at the heart of the whole mess we are currently in. Government intervention causes unintended negative consequences. Artificially low interest rates help out special interest and elites, not the common person, all the while creating malinvestment and booms and busts in our economy.. Q: Do you think people who relate more to the libertarian ideals of the Republican Party have a role to play in the Republican Party of the moment, and do you see a role for them in the coming (hopeful) rebuilding of the Republican Party? A: I certainly hope so. The Republican Party has traditionally been the party of liberty and limited government. Republicans like Robert Taft, Barry Goldwater, and Ronald Reagan had very libertarian qualities. If the G.O.P. gets ...
Chairman, Libertarian National Campaign Committee. Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party (Libertarian National Committee) 2010-12. Past State Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Indiana, 2000-07. Member of Libertarian National Committee, 2001-06, 2010-12. Chairman of the Indiana Public Defender Commission, appointed as a Libertarian to the commission in May 2007 by Republican Governor Daniels. Shareholder in the law firm Thrasher Buschmann & Voelkel, P.C ...
In the 1980 presidential contest, the Libertarian Party gained ballot access in all 50 States, Washington, D.C., and Guam, the first time a third party accomplished this since the Socialist Party in 1916 (when there were only 48 States and the District of Columbia did not get to vote for president). The ticket of Ed Clark and David H. Koch spent several million dollars on this political campaign and earned more than one percent of the popular vote with almost one million votes. On December 29, 1981, the first widely reported successful election in the continental United States of a Libertarian Party candidate in a partisan race occurred as Richard P. Siano, a Boeing 707 pilot for Trans World Airlines, running against both a Republican and a Democrat, was elected to the office of Kingwood Township Committeeman in western Hunterdon County, New Jersey. His election resulted from the special election held on December 29, 1981 to break a tie vote in the general election between him and the Democratic ...
moving in peacefully to affect voting outcomes] Thats close enough to invasion for me. Suit yourself. The term sure has lost 99.999% of its bite since the days of the Mongol Hordes.... If you look at the link provided above, the goals are to do all sorts of libertarian things, all of which require a strong majority. Which is pretty much taking over, nest pas? Well I should explain. Certainly I agree that their goal is overt and it is to affect the body politic of some state by concentrating their votes so that their votes will be significant. Duh. A big reason I object to a characterization of this as taking over is because nobody can take over anything in the United States. We have limited government here. If the libertarians or anyone else really were taking over some state or part of a state, it would be cause to send in the troops, IMHO. Whatever libertarian things they intend to do, will by definition have to be things that are already within the power of NH state ...
However, in the context of becoming politically relevant and "herding these cats", recent history - at least in terms of pragmatism - is not encouraging. We have succumbed to the modern cultural equivalent of Instant Gratification. Ron Paul for President . . . I could go for that personally, but from a pragmatic and realistic standpoint, it aint gonna happen! To get that bloc of 12-14 in the House (and a lesser number in the Senate) we need to identify those with truly libertarian views at the (House) district level and in perhaps one or two states, support them financially (think Koch brothers, Tea Party Express, etc.), and ELECT them. For the immediate future, these candidates would no doubt have to run as "conservative" Republicans (a la Ron Paul, and Rand in the KY Senate race), and when we achieve a handful in the House and Senate, they could remain a member of the Republican causcus, but also form a "small L" libertarian caucus (similar to the Black caucus in the Democrat party). In a ...
TUCSON SENTINEL) Tucsonan David F. Nolan, one of the founders of the Libertarian Party, died Sunday just two days before his 67th birthday.. Nolan, influenced by the works of Ayn Rand and Robert Heinlein, helped found the Libertarian Party in 1971, following President Richard Nixons implementation of wage and price controls.. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE. ...
Since the argument presented by the libertarian conforms to the rules of logic, the listener will evaluate the validity of the argument based upon the degree to which the image of "tax collector" corresponds to the image of "thief" in the listeners mind. If the listeners mental images for "thief" and "tax collector" are too far apart, the listener may conclude that the libertarian is attempting to stretch the definition of the word "theft" beyond its appropriate boundaries, and as a consequence may reject the argument entirely.. This is more than a trivial issue regarding the effectiveness of libertarian outreach. Mental images can be much more influential than logical arguments in shaping and maintaining a societys character, laws, and customs. The history and political culture of the United States at present provide a case in point.. For many Americans in the revolutionary era, the exemplar of a person fully entitled to liberty was a white male, preferably a landowner and farmer. Native ...
First of all, the democrats have the Liberal and the Republican party has the Libertarian. The only difference between the democrat liberal and the Republican libertarian is the liberals want a huge communist welfare state and the libertarian wants a small business controlled government that doesnt provide anything to anyone except through business. The republican libertarians do side with their democrat counterparts on most, Social Issues like amnesty for illegal aliens and open borders, the free flow of drugs, etc......... The libertarians dont believe in welfare except if there is no welfare people will rise up and kill the libertarians and most of their illegal alien base is on welfare in some form or another. ...
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I dont think you actually read what I said or didnt understand what i mean. The push and pull is what most people do in societies where the laws have some problems. By push and pull, i mean you go out and protest or write congressmen or support candidates that believe in what you believe in. This is democracies finest quality. And one misconception about the minority having protections is that it is the majorities will for them to have these protections. The reason the minority has protections is simply because the majority decided they should. At any point, the majority can take those rights away and there is, as far as anyone can tell, nothing the minority can readily do about it. I mean with all jokes and ideology aside, what could say, christians do if they became the minority and the US Congress amended the Constitution to say that all religious practice is banned completely. There the minority.... laws arent set-in-stone laws like say, the laws of physics. We CANT decide that protons ...
Nope. Arrogant up the fucking whazoo we are! Could you possibly be more pussy?!? Where do you think you are, Thailand?!? What is your major malfunction? That an American can be as proud of his country as those arrogant pricks are of theirs? Ever heard a Frenchman say Viva la France! and another come along and say, What the hell are you talking about? - no! - only liberal American assholes say that kind of shit. France, Germany - all of em - can be as proud as they want but its demanded, even by some Americans like you, that we cower and be humble before the rest of em. Well fuck you. We have standardized toilets, fool - something those other silly countries that existed for centuries before us cant seem to figure out yet! Why is that? Are they stupid? That would seem like a major quality of life issue, right? What gives? And their health system SUCKS - I lived there, so dont give me no bull about what you fucking believe theyre doing! You want some European-style medicine? Then ...
West Liberty Foods, L.L.C. is a US meat processing company owned by the Iowa Turkey Growers Cooperative and formed in 1996 by a group of Iowa turkey growers, and now owns four meat processing plants. The company mainly produces products for customers to sell under their own brand names. As of 2006, West Liberty Foods was the 12th-largest turkey company in the United States. Each plant, located in the three Iowa towns of West Liberty, Mount Pleasant, and Sigourney, as well as Tremonton, Utah, focuses on specific aspects of the meat-packing process. The West Liberty plant participates in the entire process by slaughtering animals, further processing meats into products, and packaging finished products, and the Sigourney plant focuses on the further processing step only, and the Mount Pleasant plant only packages finished product. While West Liberty Foods has experienced growth and received industry recognition since its inception, it initially faced a difficult market for turkeys, and has ...
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Before Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) electrified conservatives with his denunciation of liberal media bias at the GOP presidential debate last week, he took a little-noticed position on a major crime bill before the Senate that set him apart from the politically powerful Koch brothers. Taking the side of law-and-order conservatives on an issue that could emerge as a major focus of the 2016 presidential campaign, Cruz came out against the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act (S. 2123) on the grounds that the legislation, which will retroactively reduce the sentences of thousands of federal prison inmates, could lead to the release of violent criminals, some convicted of using weapons while engaged in other crimes. He said the Senate bill would release "illegal aliens with criminal convictions" when a "major crime wave" is already sweeping the nation.. In an extraordinary development, the Koch brothers decided to publicly go after Cruz. Echoing the views of the libertarian billionaires, whose network ...
For politically oriented libertarians, politics is the art of picking the most libertarian candidate who has a chance of winning. Bill Richardson has no chance of winning, and the other Democratic hopefuls offer nothing to supporters of limited government. On the Republican side, we can safely skip the Ron Paul debate -- he is not going to be the next president of the United States. John McCain sometimes blunders into support of limited government, but his usual reaction to his personal whim of the day is that government should do something about it. And, his honorable service to his country notwithstanding, his unstable personality and temper make him uniquely unqualified for the presidency. That leaves three electable candidates who can offer some legitimate claim to libertarian sympathies -- Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, and Fred Thompson. Romney is an easy choice. Governor Romneys tax policy should make a libertarians mouth water. It begins with the no-brainers -- make the Bush tax cuts ...
Kane asserts that the choice which is made by an agent must be probabilistically and, thereby, indeterministically caused by the reasons for making that choice,[29] where both the choice[30] and the reasons[31] for which it is made have corresponding neural connections or brain-wave patterns. But what do indeterministic, probabilistic causes explain about the making of a choice that is not teleologically accounted for by the reasons for making it?[32] Kane s view seems to be that causation involving an agent s reasons is required as a link to explain why the choice is the agent s doing rather than a mere happening .[33] Three responses are in order.. First, if Kane is claiming that causation is required to make the choice an action, he is simply mistaken. As I explained in setting forth my account of the nature of choice in the previous section, the view that a choice is intrinsically active is most plausible in light of both libertarian and epistemological considerations about action.. Second, ...
Wow. I know plenty of libertarians, and I simply havent heard any of them claim that its desirable to keep around uneducated people in society, basically to do everyone elses dirty work. Im not saying that no libertarian thinks that, but I just dont think that there is any reason to specifically mention libertarians as maintaining that belief. Most libertarians I know tend to be pretty pro-technology, and believe that innovation can replace many menial jobs, leaving more and more humans to innovate, and to do more creative work. Additionally, while the long-term goal is for immigrants and people in developing countries, to also have meaningful jobs, immigration and trade means that fewer and fewer people in developed countries must take on less intellectual jobs, allowing others, who previously had no jobs, to fulfill these roles (and hopefully be on the track for them or their children to one day have intellectually demanding jobs, as well). ...
I am from time to time asked by young libertarians considering, or in, law school, what fields are good to go into; how to choose the
1) Week before last: Willie Jackson tells me hes persuaded Mitch Harris to put me on in place of him and Tamihere for a week, the week were now in. They want a break, Willie and I had a very successful pairing a couple of years back, and Willies looking for a repeat in July when JTs away for a month. So this is a good way to ease me back. Mitch is a fan of mine but gets it in the ear from other Mediaworks execs whenever he has me on.. 2) Monday morning this week, before my first show, Mitch gives me my riding instructions. No opera, no Mario-"makes us sound a hundred years old." I have no plans for opera or Mario, so am not worried about that. "Dont want your libertarian gang." That makes me laugh, since I am estranged from my "libertarian gang" and always berated them for being utterly useless when it came to phoning up my shows anyway. "Not too much of that libertarian stuff." Whoa! But I *am* a libertarian! Well, I shrug, lets suck it and see.. 3) Monday afternoon. I do my first show. ...
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html); 2) DC prohibits buildings over 10-12 stories, including in Anacostia and other neighborhoods far from the Mall or Capitol, and even in neighborhoods like Friendship Heights, Foggy Bottom, or Takoma Park DC that are literally across the street or across a river from 30 and 40 story buildings in Arlington, Bethesda, or Silver Spring; 3) DC is the one place where Nixons wage and price controls were never lifted, in the form of DC rent control, which applies to even very small investors who own 4 or 5 units in DC, discouraging them from investing in or maintaining smaller, older, multi-unit buildings for medium income renters, and instead selling them for condominium conversion or demolition ...
Autodidactic influential libertarian, Isabel Paterson is best known for The God of the Machine (1943). Ayn Rand contributed ideas to it but continued to learn from Paterson both politics and history. Rand rescued the book and promoted it.
PANORAMA CITY, CA (PRWEB) October 28, 2004 -- The Libertarian Party of California urges California voters to vote down Proposition 69, the ballot initiative
The influence of the liberty of the press does not affect political opinions alone, but it extends to all the opinions of men, and it modifies customs as well as laws. In another part of this work I shall attempt to determinate the degree of influence which the liberty of the press has exercised upon civil society in the United States, and to point out the direction which it has given to the ideas, as well as the tone which it has imparted to the character and the feelings, of the Anglo-Americans, but at present I purpose simply to examine the effects produced by the liberty of the press in the political world.. I confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to the liberty of the press which things that are supremely good in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind; and I approve of it more from a recollection of the evils it prevents than from a consideration of the advantages it ensures.. If any one could point out an intermediate and yet a tenable position between ...
The importance of private property to political dissent was memorably demonstrated by an unexpected but significant source. In response to President George W. Bushs launching of the Iraq War, the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee issued a public statement entitled "An Appeal to Conscience: In Support of Those Refusing to Pay for War on Iraq," which upheld a citizens right not to pay "all or a portion of ones federal taxes as a form of conscientious objection." Among the signatories were many who proudly wore the label "socialist," including . . . Noam Chomsky. Now here were outright collectivists defending the right of every individual to keep his money from the taxmen, for no reason other than to reflect his private conscience - that is, his personal disagreement with government policy, even when the government was enthroned by the Election Day majority-plurality. (And certainly Bush 2000 won a much greater percentage of the popular vote than Chiles Allende, whose ...
18] Ludwig von Mises, Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis, trans. J. Kahane, Foreword by F.A. Hayek (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1981), 382. ,/title/1060/104099/2216496,.. [19] See my 1992 article for the Acton Institute, "Christianity and Liberty," at: ,htp://www.acton.org/pub/religion-liberty/volume-2-number-6/christianity-and-liberty,. For a more detailed discussion of the Acton Thesis, see my Excursions Essay for the Cato Institute, "Lord Acton and the History of Liberty, Part 3" (March 19, 2013) at: ,http://www.libertarianism.org/publications/essays/excursions/lord-acton-history-liberty-part-3,.. [20] Essays on Freedom and Power, ed. Gertrude Himmelfarb (Boston: Beacon Press, 1948), 62. This is from the same passage quoted by Ralph. The edition on the OLL is John Emerich Edward Dalberg, Lord Acton, The History of Freedom and Other Essays, ed. John Neville Figgis and Reginald Vere Laurence (London: Macmillan, 1907). ,/title/75,.. [21] As I point out in my Cato essay (cited ...
To know what influence the organization of society has on the liberty of its members, we should perfectly understand what is meant by liberty. The word liberty, like all others intended to express abstract ideas of a very general nature, is often taken in a multitude of different acceptations, which are so many particular parts of its comprehensive signification; thus we say, a man has become free, when he has finished an enterprize, in which he had been wholly occupied; when he has given up a slavish office; when he has renounced a station, which imposed responsible duties on him; when he has broken the yoke of certain passions, or connexions, which kept him in subjection; when he has escaped from a prison; when he has withdrawn himself from the dominions of a tyrannical government: we likewise say, the liberty of thinking, speaking, acting, writing; that his speech, respiration, and all his movements are free, when nothing constrains him in these respects: then all these particular faculties ...
The history of human society, from whatever point of view considered, is the history of authority and liberty. These two principles being intended to limit each other, but unequally according to the degree of civilization, there is always a boundary line between them varying with social conditions, which neither of them should pass; and political events are nothing but the wanderings of liberty or authority beyond this necessary limit. When authority steps beyond this line, humanity is oppressed and suffers: when liberty, society is endangered. It is natural that, in the first case, public spirit should reassert liberty with emphasis, and in the second, re-establish authority on a firm basis. The constant reaction of opinion against success, which is more or less immediate and rapid, is the cause of the mobility of society. This law of the development of humanity has been observed and accepted only very lately. And it was only when it was observed and accepted that men, understanding the ...
On this visit our two dogs were due for a vaccination. The vet tech was friendly and gentle with our dogs and they were comfortable and unafraid. The vet tech spent all the time needed to answer my questions and I asked if they could also have their nails trimmed. I forgot to ask at the time I made the appointment but the tech said it was no problem and she trimmed their nails. We have taken our dogs and rabbits to Liberty Vet for years. The staff is very friendly and professional and knows us and our pets by name. We trust Liberty Vet for our dogs health care and boarding needs. I would highly recommend Liberty Vet as your primary vet for care and boarding of your pets. ...
On this visit our two dogs were due for a vaccination. The vet tech was friendly and gentle with our dogs and they were comfortable and unafraid. The vet tech spent all the time needed to answer my questions and I asked if they could also have their nails trimmed. I forgot to ask at the time I made the appointment but the tech said it was no problem and she trimmed their nails. We have taken our dogs and rabbits to Liberty Vet for years. The staff is very friendly and professional and knows us and our pets by name. We trust Liberty Vet for our dogs health care and boarding needs. I would highly recommend Liberty Vet as your primary vet for care and boarding of your pets. ...
The Jeep Liberty was introduced in the 2002 model year as a replacement for the Jeep Cherokee.. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has evaluated the crashworthiness of the Liberty in two 40 mph frontal offset crash tests into deformable barriers. In the first test, the airbag deployed late because an airbag sensor wire shorted out early in the crash. This led DaimlerChrysler to develop a fix for this problem by shielding the wiring, and the manufacturer has initiated a recall. The Institute tested a second Liberty with the fix and the airbag inflated much earlier. Ratings of the Liberty are based on the results of the second test, except structural performance is based on both tests.. ...
Male libertarians who denigrate the pervading social constraints on women and people of minority racial groups and people with less common sexual predilections--i.e., most male libertarians--do so because their ideology is grumpy and reactionary; it is forged of the same stuff as crybaby conservativism; its concerns with genuine liberty are purely tactical, and entirely personal. These scattershot beliefs, which consist principally of disliking taxes, regretting surveillance, and smoking weed hardly constitute a political identity at all. [...]. [M]any self-identified libertarians are in fact bourgeois white men firmly ensconced in a patriarchal heteronormative social order that they fundamentally do not wish to change. They seek to remove impediments to their petit bourgeois hedonisms, and they have the vague sense that if the government got its mitts out of business, everything would be fine.. Ive largely stopped thinking of myself as a libertarian; obviously the drift of this blog has been ...
Essay. As a libertarian transhumanist, I was rather baffled to see the "Transhuman Megalomania" video on the Rocking Philosophy YouTube channel of one, RockingMrE. Rocking Philosophy appears to have much in common with my rational individualist outlook in terms of general principles, though in not in terms of some specific positions - such as RockingMrEs opposition to LGBT rights. The channels description states that "Above all Rocking Philosophy promotes individualism and a culture free of coercion. Views are based on the non-aggression principle, realism, and a respect for rationality." I agree with all of these basic principles - hence my bewilderment that RockingMrE would attempt to assail transhumanism in extremely harsh terms - going so far as to call transhumanism "a mad delusion" and a "threat looming over humanity" - rather than embrace or promote it. Such characterizations could not be more mistaken.. In essays and videos such as "Liberty Through Long Life" and "Libertarian ...
by Wayne Price. Crimethinc, the "Ex-Workers Collective," is organizing a discussion of the relationship between anarchism and democracy. They have published a series of essays, including "the flagship text in the series, From Democracy to Freedom." (Crimethinc 2016) and a supporting essay by Uri Gordon (2016). They are suggesting that local groups discuss their proposed readings and related questions. Their view is that anarchism is not consistent with any concept of democracy. They reject not only capitalist representative democracy but even the direct democracy of libertarian socialist communes or workers management of industry, accepting neither majority rule nor consensus. My contrary view of the matter was expressed in the title of my essay, "Anarchism as Extreme Democracy." (Price 2009) So I think it may advance the discussion if I express my opinion. I do not intend to go over their "flagship text" point-by-point, but to cover what I think are the major issues.. As they note, ...
I think all of these comments give Sullivan way too much credit as an honest pundit who recently took a left turn but has conservative impulses. Sullivan is David Brock, only slightly less despicable. He was never a conservative. He has always been about promoting himself, which for many years included carving out a niche for himself as the gay conservative. This dates back to his time in Oxford, probably when he realized that gays were uniformly liberal and the best way to make a name for himself would be to be a gay conservative/libertarian. But hes never been a conservative, ever. At best he can claim to be a fiscal conservative, but even that is nonsense as he now backs someone who is very much in favor of mass redistribution of American wealth. His opinions on drug use are libertarian, but unlike libertarians, Sullivan actively uses drugs and encourages others to do so, not unlikely leftist hippies. Hes a conservative of doubt, which means absolutely nothing, and all his opinions now ...
Like the man whos surprised to learn hes been speaking prose all his life, the fusionist is a political category whose members may operate without much awareness of their label. Fusionism is the idea, named and developed decades ago by Frank Meyer of National Review, that conservatism and libertarianism share a common agenda. Thus, the fusionist believes that conservatives and libertarians ought to be allies -- and indeed that their respective philosophies are largely or essentially combinable into a coherent body of thought. Fusionism, whether going by that name or not, has long had both adherents and detractors on the rightward side of the American political spectrum. Columnist William Safire has frequently called himself a libertarian conservative (or even, with a linguists flair, a "libcon"). Columnist George F. Will once wrote that people calling themselves libertarian conservatives have embraced "a label a bit like promiscuous celibates.". Despite such tensions, fusionism remained a ...
American constitutional history has always hovered in the mutual resistance of two principles: the right of each individual to be free, and the power of the majority to make rules." (1) For Sandefur adherence to the natural rights theory of Declaration of Independence manages the tension between the two principles. Indeed, the Declaration is "more than a merely rhetorical statement." It "sets the framework for reading our fundamental law," the Constitution. (2) "Liberty," he writes, "is the goal at which democracy aims, not the other way around." (2). Early American history, he claims, demonstrates that the Founders believed in the primacy of liberty, which they defined in Lockean terms. With this as his baseline, Sandefur both judges the rest of American history and advocates methods for limiting government. His advice for protecting liberty rests on historical assumptions that are too simplistic and fails to account sufficiently for American federalism.. In chapters three through five of the ...
Libertarians are fiercely independent and are loath to involve government or corporations. Their ideology is a noble ideology and works fine as long as everybody plays by their rules. One of the major weak points of the Libertarian process is lack of appropriate response to "vandals" and "hooligans". My neighbor had little recourse when he assumed that the ruts had been left by a Libertarian who was unaware that my neighbor valued his lawn as much as he valued his nose ...
Column by Alex R. Knight III.. Exclusive to STR. Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. The mediocre mind is incapable of understanding the man who refuses to bow blindly to conventional prejudices and chooses instead to express his opinions courageously and honestly. ~Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955), physicist. Now that the 2012 version of the bi-annual charade known as American Democracy is at a close, it may profit those of us in the Voluntaryist community to take stock of where were at progress-wise . . . and what were up against.. My activism this time around as a libertarian anarchist (and I use the term here this once in lieu of Voluntaryism in order to point to Gerard Caseys new book, Libertarian Anarchy: Against the State [Continuum, 2012], which I just received via U.S. government postal monopoly, and expect to be a good read - please stay tuned) consisted mostly of my usual non-voting, placing my own personal Strike The Root "I Dont Vote" ...
Column by Alex R. Knight III.. Exclusive to STR. Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. The mediocre mind is incapable of understanding the man who refuses to bow blindly to conventional prejudices and chooses instead to express his opinions courageously and honestly. ~Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955), physicist. Now that the 2012 version of the bi-annual charade known as American Democracy is at a close, it may profit those of us in the Voluntaryist community to take stock of where were at progress-wise . . . and what were up against.. My activism this time around as a libertarian anarchist (and I use the term here this once in lieu of Voluntaryism in order to point to Gerard Caseys new book, Libertarian Anarchy: Against the State [Continuum, 2012], which I just received via U.S. government postal monopoly, and expect to be a good read - please stay tuned) consisted mostly of my usual non-voting, placing my own personal Strike The Root "I Dont Vote" ...
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On 3 January 1967, Liberty sighted a fish factory vessel 11 minutes into the forenoon watch, the larger vessel accompanied by 11 trawlers. The technical research ship identified the large ship as Iozasvitas, and passed the Russian at a range of about 1,000 yards. That afternoon, the technical research ship conducted general quarters drills that involved practice in fire, collision, and steering casualties.. Later that same day, during the first watch, Liberty logged sighting the Punta de Europa Light at 2056, 16 miles distant, when she noted a surface contact bearing 104 degrees at a range of 4,400 yards, approaching rapidly. Liberty stopped all engines at 2101 as the stranger crossed her bow, then closed, prompting the U.S. ship to sound the danger signal when the range closed to 1,500 yards. The stranger closed to 1,000 yards, altering course first to the right, then to the left. At 2108, the contact - now identified as a small fishing boat - passed abeam to port at a range of only 500 yards. ...
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As a heart recipient, I think opt- out is the way to go. It creates an instant need for people to educate themselves about transplants and donation. There is never enough money for non-profits like organ dononation organizations to educate everyone. As far as making non- donors go to the end of the list, that is possibly killing people just because they made a bad decision. The list works as is...those in greatest need go first. As far as this being about drug companies, my kids would be without their mom without all the expensive drugs I take. You can argue that pharmaceutical companies make a ton of money off their drugs and youd be right. But funeral homes take just as much advantage of dead people and their families, and you sure don t get as much out of your cash there. Just a thought... There is an issue here, but I think the issue is education. If folks have to make an effort to opt-out, it gives us pro- donation people a chance to answer their questions, put the truth to any crazy ...
This course focuses on the role of law in public health administration and in the increasingly regulated health care industry. It is designed to provide a foundation in the relevant law for public health officers and health care industry administrators. The course will emphasize the function of public health in the U.S. health care system, the inherent conflict between individual rights and public health powers, and role of law in modulating this conflict. It will explore the role of public health practitioners and agencies in promoting health and safety, including such issues as mandatory reporting of personal medical information, compulsory medical testing and immunization, quarantine and mandated treatment, impositions on personal freedom and behavior, and protection services for vulnerable children and the elderly. It will also consider the newfound threats of bioterrorism and the role of the public health officer, infrastructure, and law in the case of such a disaster. (HSERV 551) ...
What happened to the idea of "innocent until proven guilty"? In the Feb. 28 letter "Use different gun tactic," we see, yet again, another example of the glittering irrational logic of the liberal mind. David Kerr, Democratic committeeman, of Lancaster Township, proposes the following: "Rather than banning certain weapons, my suggestion is to draft legislation listing only those types of weapons that would be allowed." So, the assumption is that anybody buying a gun that he doesnt like will, sometime in the future, be guilty of misusing that weapon. The fact that so many people reading that letter did not see it as a blatant attack against liberty and the rights of law-abiding citizens is a sad reminder of how far citizens of this nation have moved away from the understanding of what personal individual freedom means - and what the limited role of government is supposed to be. The solution is to enforce the existing laws, and maybe add some tougher ones. Here are my thoughts: Whenever someone is ...
Natural News) Most conservatives believe that the Left-wing Democrat Party opposes President Donald Trumps efforts to secure our borders and enforce all immigration laws because they want to flood the country with new voters.. Thats true to an extent, but thats far from the whole story. The primary objective of the American Left - and, really, the global Left - is the destruction of the United States as founded, period. This is something you should never forget because the United States stands as the one beacon of true individual freedom and liberty the world over; if we fall, there is no similar country to take our place.. Thus, if you look at the issues that are important to Democrats and you examine their political objectives and view the policies they pursue through this lens, you can begin to understand why they do the things they do.. Take the migrant invasion currently occurring along our U.S.-Mexico border. To any rational American, the right thing to do would be to give the ...
The three most divisive issues in the LP are abortion, immigration, and foreign intervention. What they have in common is that they are all issues of franchise -- issues which deal with an entitys ethical status, based on attributes such as property ownership, religion, race, gender, citizenship, age, intelligence, sentience, and sexual orientation. Issues of enfranchisement lie outside the two-dimensional plane of the Nolan Chart, which is defined by freedom versus security for fully-franchised entities on civil and economic matters. Libertarianism is defined essentially as northward in the Nolan plane, and so gives no guidance on what entities qualify to have their liberty protected. Traditionally, libertarians and other liberals lean toward inclusiveness on franchise issues, but on the Big Three LP Schisms they lean toward inclusiveness only on immigration.. The way that LP Platforms have handled the abortion issue over the decades is instructive. The original 1972 Libertarian Platform only ...
THE BUSINESS OF DISEASE - The Business of Disease points out "in examining social actions and responses it is evident that in general we function in a fear driven society, much of which is motivated by external stimulus; media and marketing. Unwittingly we surrender rights to our spirit, mind and body. Our perception is deluded in our attempt to make conscious choices. Our choices are then largely a result of stored conditioning. This converts to insecurities in evaluating our competence in decision making capacities relating to our health and personal freedom ...
by Claudio Grass, Global Gold via The Daily Coin The debate is raging: what will we make of the information age? Are we moving towards a technological dystopia, whereby Big Brother monitors and regulates our every action and thought? Or, conversely, does the digital revolution contain the promise of a renewed era of liberty? The former view definitely presents valid arguments; systemic eavesdropping by intelligence agencies, human beings being implanted with RFID chips, or the proliferation of biometry are popular examples to support it. The Internet To settle the debate, one may start by looking at the Internet, and the way it was built. Many people imagine it being formed around some kind of "backbone", i.e. a planned and centralized communication infrastructure through which all traffic must go, easily tampered with by the powers-that-be. That view is however quite distant from reality. On the contrary, the Internet is a dynamic and heuristic amalgamation of "peering agreements", i.e. it is ...
Freedom knows that it provides choices Freedom knows a feeling of independence Freedom allows for self determination Freedom thrives in tolerance Freedom can be abused Freedom knows when to let go Freedom offers hope Freedom knows it is a gift Freedom is absolute Freedom understands it should be cherished Freedom appreciates responsibility Freedom does not…
Perhaps you can see that part of the beauty of liberty and property is that much is negotiable between two people cooperating in voluntary exchange. So, let me play along just for a few minutes. I presume you have not stolen my tool. Good. I presume you know that it is my tool, and of course not your tool. Good. I presume you own yourself, and thus your labor. I do not think your labor is owned by me, or anyone but you. Good.. Now, how can we imagine that you have come to use my tool. I believe I must have let you use my tool. Agreed? It seems to me there are quite a few possibilities for the terms of our agreement by which you use my tool in the process of making something of value.. For example, you might be my neighbor, and you do not have a ladder and ask if you can use mine. I say yes, you may use it for $0, and lets say there are no more terms. Or, I could say, please, use my ladder to repair your roof, but because you are using my ladder, I want to own your roof in exchange. Ill bet you ...
MARK YOUR CALENDARS: IHS/RLC/JINX EVENT IN MANHATTAN OCTOBER 4. On Wednesday, October 4, 2006 from 8pm-10pm, IHS alums, New York-area libertarians, media folk, and debate fans are encouraged to come to a two-tiered event at Manhattans Lolita Bar (northeast corner of Broome St. and Allen St. on the Lower East Side, one block south and three west of the Delancey St. subway stop).. Well use the main floor of the bar for a libertarian gathering organized by the Republican Liberty Caucus to discuss issues of pragmatism and principle one month before the mid-term elections, while the downstairs space sees a debate on the question "Do Celebrities Have a Right to Privacy?" - timed to coincide with the New York Film Festival - pitting Jill Friedman (an actress and blogger with terrible secrets, such as being in the Society for Creative Anachronism) against Jen Dziura (a comedienne with nothing to hide), hosted by IHS alum Todd Seavey and moderated by Michel Evanchik.. The debate is one in the monthly ...
Robert Bluey reports that former VP AlGore is to be introduced by former GOP Congressman Bob Barr when he, Gore, offers a major speech attacking the Bush Administration as a Police State on MLK Day at the DAR Constitution Hall. The address by Gore is being co-sponsored by the leftwing MoveOn.org and the libertarian Liberty Coalition. It is also being billed as Gores second time in two weeks... (to) make a sympathetic plea to Republicans.. Given that scenario, it will be most interesting to see if the attending conservatives and libertarians are moved to the sort of vile, adolescent behavior normally shown by those on the left toward conservative speakers, such as Ann Coulter, David Horowitz, William Kristol, Pat Buchanan, Natan Scharansky, and others. The odds are with the good guys.. Last week, at an Arlington, VA rally of anti-war radicals, Democratic Congressmen John Murtha and James Moran were more than a little stunned by the appearances of Sgt Mark Seavey and General Louis Wagner, ...
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness - Declaration of Independence The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. - Ninth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution Government is essentially the negation of liberty. - Ludwig von Mises It is the responsibility of the patriot to protect his country from its government. - Thomas Paine It does not take a majority to prevail, but an irate, tireless minority keen to set brushfires of freedom in the minds of men. - Samuel Adams You do not know, and will never know, who the Remnant are, nor where they are, nor how many of them there are, nor what they are doing or will do. Two things you know, and no more: first, that they exist; second, that they will find you. - Albert Jay Nock A major source of objection to ...
Many of the proposals coming out of the Department of Justice would fail the risk-benefit analysis if the costs of lost liberties are weighed in, said Gregory Nojeim, associate director of the A.C.L.U.s national office. We think its necessary to assess the costs of counterterrorism proposals in terms of lost liberties.. Since Sept. 11, 2001, universities have begun providing the government with more detailed information on foreign students and any changes that might invalidate their visas. The Bush administration is also proposing an elaborate new system, linked to security checks at the F.B.I. and C.I.A., under which the government would run background checks on foreign students or foreign teachers who want to do research in potentially sensitive scientific areas.. University officials are increasingly worried that ever-tighter scrutiny will cost them tens of thousands of students a year.. For decades, we were getting them all, but there has been a sharp increase in competition from ...
Dr. Richard Reece of the Medinnovation blog nicely sums up the attitudes of those who designed the new health care law. Heres a few of them: • A centralized health system reflects collectivist compassion, not repression of individual freedoms and choice. • Statistics on average population behavior are more important than individual heuristics. • You cannot trust doctors -…
d) Finally, with regard to the constitutional foundations of Germanys membership in the monetary union and to the transfer of powers to the European Central Bank, the Federal Constitutional Court held as follows: BVerfGE 89, 155 ,207 et seq.,: "The Bundestag s, and thus the voters, possibilities to influence the exercise of sovereign powers by European institutions have, however, been taken away almost completely insofar as the European Central Bank has been provided with independence vis-à-vis the European Community and the Member States (Art. 107 EC). An essential policy that supports individual freedom through the maintenance of the monetary value and that determines through the money supply also public finances and the political spheres dependent thereon, is excluded from the regulatory power of sovereign authorities, and also - unless there is a treaty amendment - from the legislatures control of fields of functions and means of action. Placing most of the tasks of monetary policy on ...
Not too long ago, lethal infections were feared in the Western world. Since that time, many countries have undergone a transformation from disease cesspools to much safer, healthier habitats. Starting in the mid-1800s, there was a steady drop in deaths from all infectious diseases, decreasing to relatively minor levels by the early 1900s. The history of that transformation involves famine, poverty, filth, lost cures, eugenicist doctrine, individual freedoms versus state might, protests and arrests over vaccine refusal, and much more. Today, we are told that medical interventions increased our lifespan and single-handedly prevented masses of deaths. But is this really true? Dissolving Illusions details facts and figures from long-overlooked medical journals, books, newspapers, and other sources. Using myth-shattering graphs, this book shows that vaccines, antibiotics, and other medical interventions are not responsible for the increase in lifespan and the decline in mortality from infectious ...
Yesterday the audience was definitely there. Laughing, clapping hands ("This never happened before") and empathizing with the dancers, specially at the most humorous moments of the performance -which were quite a few. "Of course humor is present but I dont want people to feel that they are being entertained. On the contrary, I want them to be active and self-conscious". The viewers position is never a neutral not an easy one. By looking and listening, thinking and feeling, waiting and laughing, in Van Rijns work you are at the same time the director of the situation and its object. You are asked to review the way you usually look at things and the way you communicate with the others. Thus, "Morphotope" is also a journey into the misunderstandings of self-representation, where individual freedom appears always as the result of a negotiation. The performers are waiting for you to tell them what to do, how to move, what their actions are really all about. And they might get it or not. And we ...
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So I get an email which asks me my opinion on the Vande Mataram controversy. Simple. Making it mandatory to sing Vande Mataram is a gross infringement on individual freedom. No government has the authority to force a word out of my larynx. Or block me from reading a blog. Or prevent me from reading…
Dr. Wen made her remarks at a symposium I attended organized by the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Sitting in an auditorium at my alma mater hearing Dr. Wen speak made me proud of my school and the city I once called home, but I also keenly appreciated how much my perspective during that outbreak in my college years had been shaped by social privilege as much as by the success of vaccines. I didnt worry about measles because, unlike the kids in nearby neighborhoods, my parents-and the parents of my friends and the parents of their friends-had easy access to medical care. They had us vaccinated as children and, in doing so, created a level of protection against disease in our communities that was unprecedented in human history.. Yet it is this unprecedented freedom from diseases once a scourge to humanity that has created a different and dangerous kind of privileged perspective-a distortion of risks that rejects science for sickness and places the personal freedom to chance disease above ...
Every Fourth of July, Americans celebrate their nations independence. This time of year, in the midst of barbecues and fireworks, is also one for reflecting on personal freedoms, which for many seniors means the freedom to age in place.
Berkeley, where residents take pride in exercising their personal freedoms and resisting government intrusion, is the site these days of a much different kind of movement - one to ban cigarette smoking from single-family homes. A City Council member says a proposal to ban cigarette smoking in apartments and condos, where smoke can waft through ventilation systems, is not tough enough or fair. Councilman Jesse Arreguin says his fellow council members should consider expanding the proposed ban to include single-family homes where children, seniors or lodgers are present. Cigarette smoking is already prohibited in Berkeleys commercial districts, parks and bus stops, and within 25 feet of any building open to the public, and the council plans to extend the ban to all apartments, condominiums and other multiunit buildings where secondhand smoke can spread. Currently, the proposed ordinance, which does not include single-family homes, would rely on landlords or neighbors in multiunit dwellings to
Ms. Schnabl believes that integrating subject areas makes learning meaningful for students and tries to find ways to connect themes from science and history with their reading. She contextualized Among the Hidden within a class theme centered on the tensions between government limits and personal freedoms by helping the class understand and explore the implications of Chinas one child policy. She used discussion to help students decide if they would be for or against a two-child policy in the United States. They each then created a poster defining and supporting their positions. Displayed around the room, these posters provided visual links between their positions and the situation in the book.. After students read and discussed the novel, Ms. Schnabl introduced them to Jeffrey McDaniels poem The Quiet World. This poem presents a world in which the government has limited the speech of each citizen to exactly one hundred/and sixty-seven words per day. In small groups, the class examined ...
Whats happening pure and simple with the fact that Donald Trump is having a problem with women is Billary Clintons radical "Code Pink" communist womens group is geared towards slamming women that dont vote with their gender. These radical Billary Clinton left wing women are actually telling other women they are "Not" women or fake women if they dont vote with what they were born with. Many women are intimidated by these radical left wing women in social circles and the workplace. All the women not in tight social circles not married tend to be swayed by Billarys radical womens movement. Bernie Sanders gave these women a social circle to flee from Billary to but since Bernie got burned by Billary these unattached women have to move back to Billary. And what else isnt seen to well is the "libertarian republican democrats (rinos)" support Billary Clinton also so they can save their push for business to run the United States. You can find many of these libertarian rino women on Fox News ...
Also, he seems to be arguing that social conventions are important to help free individuals from being overwhelmed with decisions. That may be true, but who then gets to decide these social conventions, and how will they enforce it? It seems to me that the high quality of living enjoyed by developed nations is at least partly due to the diminishing power of social forces that used to dominate over personal freedoms ...
Your editorial Stand for Iranian freedom (Opinion, Wednesday) reflects a lack of perspective. The Iranian people are doing just fine up against a tyrannical leadership. They have taken to the street by the hundreds of thousands to object to their countrys election results. This despite danger to their personal freedom and safety.
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People often say China is a nation of contrasts: of wealth and poverty, of personal freedom and political limits. But that observation doesn't begin
1. Maintain your personal freedom. The important thing this week is to find something pleasant you can share with someone that interests you. For your relations to be positive, you need to do things together.
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Well here is a logical and common sense answer. As an induvidual you own your life. No body else owns your life and you dont own anybody elses life. You have the right to do with that life; this is called your Liberty and property. You may do whatever you want with your life liberty and property as long as it does not involuntarily effect the life, liberty or property of another.. Therefore if one gay person wants toto marry anoter gay person then it is none of your rightful business. They can call it whatever they want to etc. marriage, partnership, contract..whatever they want but it does not affect your life, liberty or property.. Just because you do not agree with their lifestyle it doesnt mean you can prevent them from exercising their liberty. Just like if they disagree with your lifestyle they cannot force you to stop exercising your liberty in manner that does not infringe upon them.. Personally I believe that homosexuality is immoral. That is my view but just because I can tollerate ...
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