Thought I’d make a more grungy version of the anarcho-capitalist flag. Hopefully people will find some use in it either as a desktop background or a starting point to create other libertarian graphics from. It’s free for anybody to use as they wish. I’ve also included a version with text over it. Both are 1920 [...]
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Imagine a friend comes running to you with one of the following stories: Story #1 “Oh my god, you won’t believe what just happened to me. I jumped out of my car to grab a newspaper and left the engine running. I’d barely turned my back for a second but in that short window this [...]
Just watched this 45 minute interview with Kel Kelly, author of the new book The Case for Legalising Capitalism. Happily I’ve just discovered that the full book is available in .pdf format for free from the Mises Institute here; additionally you can buy a hard copy of it from their store if you’re so inclined.
NB I’m not Davy In Nottingham on Saturday there will be protests over cuts in public spending. Presumably lots of public sector workers will be angrily voicing their outrage at the fact that the amount of my money that the government gives them without my permission will be rising more slowly over the next few [...]
Probably the greatest short piece of writing on the subject of free-market capitalism I’ve ever read. I know a lot of you will have already seen Leonard Read’s short story, but for those who haven’t I present it here–an absolute treat of prose and probably the single easiest way to convert sympathetic ears to our [...]