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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

Monthly Archives: October 2013

Critical Thinking: “Where’s the gun?”

By: Perry Willis -

What to say when someone says “There ought to be a law.”

Posted in Uncategorized
19 Comments

The Statist Mind: Freedom requires slavery

By: Perry Willis -

The Statist destroys the most fundamental kind of freedom in the name of a lesser kind.

Posted in Entitlements, Healthcare, Morality
33 Comments
Against Anarchy

Anarchy: Should we care what the ancient Greeks meant by it?

By: Perry Willis -

Words are defined by current usage, not by ancient origins.

Posted in Our Lexicon, Strategy
82 Comments

The Truth About Upton Sinclair’s “The Jungle”

By: Perry Willis -

It was a novel — fictional, not factual.

Posted in Cronyism, Regulation, Regulatory Capture, Uncategorized
20 Comments

How to think about regulation

By: Perry Willis -

The market has many natural regulators, while The State is anarchistic.

Posted in How to Think, Regulation
13 Comments

Does the Golden Rule Have Flaws?

By: Jim Babka -

Is it a poorly-worded, Pollyanna proposition, or is it an adequate axiom?

Posted in Principles
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40 Comments

Can you legislate morality?

By: Perry Willis -

We must understand the crucial distinction between social morality and personal morality.

Posted in Morality, Our Lexicon, Principles, Strategy, Uncategorized
18 Comments
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Our Copyright Policy

By: Perry Willis -

Soft-copyright. A Post-Statist Approach

Posted in Copyright, Intellectual Property, ZAP Policies
25 Comments