What would people do without government public assistance? I hear that whine from the left like the constant drone of tinnitus. The mock sincerity and insidious fear-mongering of this question is extremely tiring. The fact of the matter is that the American public has historically been generous and caring toward the less fortunate in their … Continue reading Faith in the Assistance of the Public, Not Public Assistance
First, let us define “individualism.” Individualism is first, the habit or principle of being independent and self-reliant and second as social theory favoring freedom of action for individuals over collective or state control. It seems self-serving and selfish, however it has the inherent property of “personal responsibility” built within the concept. This is what makes, … Continue reading The War on Individualism
Murray Rothbard writes, "If you wish to know how Libertarians regard the State and any of its acts, simply think of the State as a criminal band, and all of the libertarian attitudes will logically fall into place." I am so glad I got to meet other Libertarians. I had felt so alone reading one … Continue reading The State as a Criminal Band
Focusing on an idea first presented in Murry Rothbards book "For a New Libery: The Libertarian Manifesto"
Allow me to introduce myself. I am Will Dettmering. I am not a member of a society, because the concept of society is completely fraudulent. I am an individual that yearns to keep myself, and my property, free and independent. My desire is to preserve what little liberty I have and to expand those liberties … Continue reading The Dawning of Another Libertarian Blog