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Rothbard Was Right

He had no use for modern feminism: “At the root of the women’s liberation movement is resentment against the very existence of women as a distinctive entity.” He once said that the women’s liberation movement was an “ugly girl” club. … Continue reading

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Rothbard Was Right

Murray saw leftist elites as enemies of the values he upheld: He said that “We live in a statist country and a statist world dominated by a ruling elite, consisting of a coalition of Big Government, Big Business, and various … Continue reading

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Libertarian Populism

But in recent months, something brand new has happened. A grassroots, right-wing populist movement has been springing up all over the country, a movement that has no connection whatever to Official Conservative elites. Having no connection, the Beltway conservatives can … Continue reading

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Radical Feminism

Murray Rothbard called “women’s lib” (aka radical feminism) the “ugly girl’s movement.” — jtl, 419 by Paul Joseph Watson editor at large of Infowars.com and Prison Planet.com. As you can see from this video, feminists are nice, polite people. They … Continue reading

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Slouching Toward Extinction

“[The] conservative keeps repeating the litany that the central government should be severely limited by a constitution. Yet, at the same time that he rails against the corruption of the original Constitution and the widening of federal power since 1789, … Continue reading

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The Neocon Menace

Despite having vast power, the neocons seem to be in perpetual anxiety. They’re like fleas on a beautiful dog—constantly worried about being scratched off. Within the confines of contemporary politics, there is no such thing anymore as a true old … Continue reading

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High Courage and Unusual Integrity

Never did he put his own career ahead of telling the truth…As a result, he never had the professorships and honors that were his due. Take my word from almost 30 total years of experience, the surest way to kill … Continue reading

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ALLAH IN THE HOUSE: Imam Gives Opening Islamic Prayer In The House of Representatives

But we can’t pray in school. This is very much a part of the culture war we are fighting–probably the most critical war in the history of man.  Listen up people. Had it not been for the Western European male (and … Continue reading

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The Trouble With Socialist Anarchism

by Per Bylund via Mises Daily: Thursday, March 30, 2006 The new movie “V for Vendetta” has provoked public discussion of the meaning of anarchism. Murray Rothbard was an advocate of the stateless society, but he was never accepted by the anarchist … Continue reading

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Syndical Syndrome

by Murray N. Rothbard via Mises Daily: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 [Libertarian Forum, June 1971] New Yorkers have recently had to suffer yet another irresponsible blackjacking at the hands of power-drunk labor unions. This time it was the bridge tenders and garbage-incinerator … Continue reading

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