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On Good Government and Libertarianism

The most effective way to convince someone to do what you want is to start from a shared set of assumptions and values. Whether you use rhetoric, logic, or propaganda in your arguments, you will have a much better success … Continue reading

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A Lot of People Will Have to Die

Shortly after I entered Freemasonry, I asked one of the Past Grand Masters of the Grand Lodge of Tennessee why we didn’t recognize any of the Prince Hall Grand Lodges, as some of them were older than our own and … Continue reading

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On Anarchism

The central or core belief of anarchism is that government is immoral and unnatural because they (the anarchist) did not give consent to its existence and to the limits it places upon them. The assumption is that consent is required … Continue reading

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