American Libertarianism vs. European Libertarianism

Often there is confusion over American libertrianism and its lesser-known European variant. Libertarian-socialists like Noam Chomsky will give talks describing how Americans have hijacked libertarianism. American libertarianism can be summed up succinctly as ‘maximizing individual freedom by minimizing government’. The British version/definition of libertarianism, which…

What libertarians can learn from the fed. government

Libertarians and an-caps unanimously believe the government is always worse than the private sector, but here’s an example where this is reversed: IMHO, punishment is worse for civil cases under a hypothetical libertarian form of government, because the damages can be set arbitrarily high, and…

Is Greece the first libertarian state?

EU-Greece Talks on Bailout Break Down, Setting Up Showdown When debating libertarianism, critics and skeptics sometimes ask: Why isn’t there a libertarian state? Greece could be the closest thing to a libertarian state. You look at how the leadership as well as the citizens, emboldened…

Neo-Reaction & Techno-Libertarianism

Recently I got into a debate with some about Neo-Reaction vs. Techno-libertarianism Techno-libertarianism and neo-reaction can compliment each other in that the both oppose democracy and egalitarianism. Techno-libertarianism, as the name suggests, tend to be pro-technology in a context of a free market, and is…