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

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About Perry Willis


 
Perry Willis is the co-founder of the Zero Aggression Project and Downsize DC. He was the National Director of the Libertarian National Committee on two occasions, and ran two Libertarian Party presidential campaigns. He has an extensive background in marketing and fundraising, and has ghost written direct mail appeals for numerous luminaries, including Karl Hess, Ron Paul, Charlton Heston and Harry Browne.
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Why so-called socialism is anti-social

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Fraudulent labels lead to counterfeit opinions

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Do left-statists own the word “society?”

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Is the free market something apart from society?

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Why criminal law enforcement does not violate the Zero Aggression Principle

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The surprising consequence of claiming that it does

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Six things left-statists get wrong about Walmart

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Costco and Walmart perform different social functions. Do you know what they are?

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Should libertarians favor foreign intervention

Do libertarians contradict themselves by opposing foreign intervention?

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It would seem they do, until you look deeper.

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Do statists have a p-p problem?

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What the Left and Right have in common is more important than their differences.

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A new worldview in ten questions and answers

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More powerful ideas in fewer words than you may find anywhere.

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Are elections really a good way to govern?

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Maybe voluntary trade can teach us something about how to do governance.

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Sociopathic Politics

Do sociopathic candidates suggest a sociopathic process?

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Is this election telling us something important about democracy?

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