Forget all the statist holidays celebrating dead kings or bloody wars; this October 1st we’re celebrating Voluntaryist Day! If you haven’t already, join the Voluntaryist Day group on Facebook and spread the world. Edit: The day has now passed and the Facebook page is no more but keep October 1st in your calendar for 2013 and [...]
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The dearth of writing over the last few months has been chiefly due to a lack of motivation and general frustration with debating these issues with anybody. However, do not fear, my love of liberty has not been lost. I recently decided to paint as an occasional hobby and almost immediately those familiar black and [...]
EDIT: 30th June: Apologies again for the 24 hours the site has been down. Again this was a problem with trying to wrestle with the new control panel. The database passwords got reset which meant wordpress couldn’t connect anymore so had to figure all that out. Cheers for the patience! Apologies for the occasional downtime [...]
I’m going to cross post this here because I think it’s important. I originally posted this on my FB wall: WANT TO KNOW WHY YOU SHOULDN’T DISCUSS POLITICS AT THE DINNER TABLE? So if two people have a disagreement about their favourite film or their favourite ice cream or their preferred colour of duvet cover [...]
The Pirate Bay has been blocked, by Virgin Media at least, by court order. 1984 came late but it’s arrived. Anybody affected by this would do well to research VPN tunnels or Usenet. You can also still access The Pirate Bay through some of its mirror sites. Here’s one that’s working currently.
Spotted on Reddit, had to post it here: If this is your first time visiting The UK Libertarian do not be put off by the lack of updates recently. There is a wealth of archived material found by clicking through on the ‘categories’ links on the right. Here are a few quick links: Articles Economics [...]
There’s an interesting discussion going on at the forums regarding the always difficult issue of how children fit into the libertarian framework of non-aggression and self-ownership. You can join in the conversation here but the reason I’m making this quick post is to share what Buckley has written on the topic, which deserves a wider [...]