Too Much Victory Can Be a Bad Thing

The right-wing is riding high this week, and deservedly so. Richard Spencer (about whom I am basically ambivalent) won in court yesterday, obtaining an injunction against Auburn University...
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America: Land of the Lotus-Eaters

A statesman is a ship’s captain. He must steer his vessel through rough waters, deftly maneuvering between Scylla & Charybdis. No matter the words he uses, his crew...
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Statement Regarding the Resignation of a Friend

Last night we successfully defended against two motions by hostile actors. One of those motions was to cancel the sponsorship of State Convention of the Libertarian Party of...
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The Ghost of William Penn

A Story of Tolerance & Brotherly Love at the Mid-Atlantic Liberty Festival   Some time ago, I was invited by Steve Scheetz, former Chair of the Libertarian Party...
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Statement Regarding the Antifa Boycott of the Mid-Atlantic Liberty Festival

Listen Read I am scheduled to debate Will Coley, former Vice Presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party, at the Mid-Atlantic Liberty Festival in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on Saturday April...
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For Today, I Shall Wear Black

It happens every year, and this year St Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday, so you can bet it’ll be even worse. This is the day people dress...
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Widerstand

It was less than 3 weeks until Barthel Schink’s 17th birthday when they hanged him in Cologne. He was a member of a subversive group, the Edelweiss Piraten,...
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Odin v. Christ for the Salvation of Europe, Part II

The mythic archetype associated with a nation can make or break its destiny. By the 8th century the Europeans were effectively converted to Christianity, but old habits die...
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Dismantling Left-Wing Libertarianism

But things are defined by their working and power; and we ought not to say that they are the same when they no longer have their proper quality,...
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Odin v. Christ for the Salvation of Europe, Part I

The mythic archetype associated with a nation can make or break its destiny. There was a time, not so long ago, when Northern Europeans – otherwise known as...
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