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The Libertarian Enterprise | Where No Libertarian Has Gone Before

The Libertarian Enterprise | Where No Libertarian Has Gone Before

  By L. Neil Smith Originally presented Friday, April 26, 1996, at the Colorado Libertarian Party Annual Convention —  First published in _TLE_ Issue Number 8, May, 1996] “It is moral weakness, rather than villainy, that accounts for most of the evil in the universe—and feeble-hearted allies, far rather than your most powerful enemies, who […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | No Coke, Pepsi!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | No Coke, Pepsi!

  by L. Neil Smith It says here that David Koch is retiring. In case you don’t know, he is the younger of two oil billionaire brothers associated with the libertarian movement who bankrolled the Cato Institute, and whom “progressives” love to hate, automatically blaming them for what little they don’t blame Donald Trump for. Genuine libertarians and conservatives […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Observations of Collectivism

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Observations of Collectivism

. By L. Neil Smith  I was reading an article the other day about some guy named Kris Kobach, who is the Republican Secretary of State for the state of Kansas. It seems that he has accepted a job writing regularly for Breitbart, which has caused every “progressive” head within a thousand miles to explode. […]

A VIEW FROM THE MIDDLE by David Lourie – A Response to “Socialism Has Never Worked and Can’t “

A VIEW FROM THE MIDDLE by David Lourie – A Response to “Socialism Has Never Worked and Can’t “

  Regarding Michael Greer’s editorial, “Why Socialism Has Never Worked and Can’t,” By David Lourie I agree with the author that Socialism doesn’t work because it goes against human nature.  No argument there. In Karl Marx’s “Das Kapital,” the treatise that defined and established the original Socialist movement, he miscalculated human nature almost as profoundly […]