Five Ways State Interference Leads to Class Antagonism

A fundamental principle of the Socialist doctrine is that of class antagonism. The bourgeois, or the "rich", its proponents contend, are necessarily in conflict with the working proletariats as the former seeks to enrich themselves as much as possible at the expense of the latter receiving lower wages than he considers appropriate for his work. … Continue reading Five Ways State Interference Leads to Class Antagonism

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Book Review: Behold a Pale Horse | Milton William Cooper

Conspiracy theories play an elementary role in the pursuit of truth. After all, they tend to arise from speculation in cases with lack of information or holes in the story in order to make sense of the world based on what one already knows or think one knows. Some of these are rather easy to … Continue reading Book Review: Behold a Pale Horse | Milton William Cooper

The Growth of the American Police State

Among the many violations of the rights to life, liberty, and property Americans have experienced in later decades, the increasing degree of police brutality has played an especially scarring role. Every year, over a thousand people are killed by the police, and every single day there are new victims who lose their lives or get … Continue reading The Growth of the American Police State

On The Importance of Whistleblowers

If one believes that the public and political interests are mutually exclusive, or just that political interests should be kept in check to as closely as possible align with those of the public, one ought to strongly support and cheer on the work of whistleblowers the world over. The purpose of this column is not … Continue reading On The Importance of Whistleblowers

On Natural and Artificial Hierarchies

Except for the belief that the State ought not to exist, not much agreement can be settled across different factions of Anarchism. Self-proclaimed Anarchists often cannot even concur about what the foundational principles behind Anarchism really are. While "Anarcho-Capitalists" or "free market Anarchists" claim that one only needs to believe the State shouldn't exist (or … Continue reading On Natural and Artificial Hierarchies

What The Matrix Can Teach Us About Choice, Free Will and Human Action

Not scarcely is it referenced to the Matrix Trilogy in a contemporary political context, perhaps especially among conservatives and libertarians. They have "red-pilled", they say, alluding to when the main character Neo was given a choice between staying in blissful ignorance in the Matrix (blue pill) or waking up to the horrendous reality behind the … Continue reading What The Matrix Can Teach Us About Choice, Free Will and Human Action

Why the State Revels in Crises

The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by an endless series of hobgoblins, most of them imaginary. - H. L. Mencken   The fundamental task the State proclaims to serve is that of protecting citizens from violence perpetrated amongst one another. For … Continue reading Why the State Revels in Crises