I just got home from 4 days in Acapulco, Mexico, where I attended the Anarchapulco conference. I did a main stage speech on Friday (30 minutes) about the nature of Liberty and I did a little Q&A panel on Sunday … Continue reading Anarchapulco 2019 – Peaceful Parenting Q&A
“I don’t want to say that there’s One True Libertarian parenting style. I’m not even a parent, so plenty of people think I’m disqualified from having an opinion, despite the fact that I have been a child and well aware of my own mind, desires, and agency. I’ve also been a nanny to an incredibly self-possessed child I am honored to still influence as she grows. But I am a libertarian, and I do think that the way I was raised makes my understanding of the principles of self-ownership and non-aggression tremendously engrained in how I reflect on the world, … Continue reading Childhood & Self-Ownership: Is There A Libertarian Way to Parent?
Periodically I get asked for links to my work on Stefan Molyneux. I get tired of having to go find and reply with each of my pieces, so I’ve decided to compile the links here in one place, so you guys can find everything I say about the dude. Here’s the deal though: I have no hatred nor ill will towards the guy. I think he’s got a lot of issues, which I discuss in the following links. I’m not at “war” with him, I don’t care much about him, I’ve had a few things to say about him over … Continue reading The Stefan Molyneux Files