Stefan Molyneux & The Gun In The Room

“I’m not the sort of critic who wants to see him silenced. I don’t believe that’s intellectually honest or useful to the movement. I want to see him held responsible by his fans and his viewers to make higher quality content, I want to see his problematic works called out. I want to see him apologize for what he did to TruShibes YouTube channel. I want to see him redeem himself with videos as unifying, thought-provoking and inspirational as “The Story of Your Enslavement“.” Read more at Thoughts on Liberty. Continue reading Stefan Molyneux & The Gun In The Room

Unintended Consequences: Learning From History & Staying Out of War

“We simply can’t keep doing this. Our government spends trillions of dollars, ends countless human lives, and for all the good intentions we might have, the results are leading us to proverbial hell. It hasn’t worked. I don’t have a realistic solution, but it’s about time we look at history and blowback, and really come to terms with the fact that military action is not a realistic solution anymore.” Read more at Thoughts on Liberty. Continue reading Unintended Consequences: Learning From History & Staying Out of War

Market Basket Case: Business is Inherently Cooperative

As a libertarian, I begin to suspect every time my liberal friends hear me defend capitalism, they envision a bunch of corporate fat cats in suits gleefully sipping gin mixed with the tears of child slave laborers. I’ve been observing a story the past month, however, where the market is truly illustrating the inherent cooperation needed between employers and employees. Read more at Thoughts on Liberty. Continue reading Market Basket Case: Business is Inherently Cooperative