No, “Income Inequality” Is Not A Problem in America

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By I, AnCap Originally submitted to an English 3 course at Clovis Community College Few topics are more divisive than politics. Even fewer are as complex as political...
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Thought Reform in the Current Year

In 1961 psychologist Dr. Robert Jay Lifton published a book called “Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism: A Study of ‘Brainwashing’ in China.” In it, he describes...
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The Ethics of “Doxxing”: A Question of Rights and Etiquette

Sometimes I wonder if we really appreciate how dependent etiquette is upon technology. Consider the fork: immediately after its invention, on what side of the plate ought we...
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Stupidity Is A Gene Set That Wants To Survive

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There remains a group of individuals who are either unwilling or unable to adopt low time preference or delay gratification. The characteristics of this group include laziness, egotism, high-time preference, jealousy, and pathological altruism. This group, like any subset of a population, also wishes to survive and reproduce.
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Making Sense of Syria

The American political landscape seems to be in a perpetual state of Deja Vu at times. For the second time now U.S. bombs have struck Syria, under the...
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For a Revolutionary Conservative

It is no secret to us now that one of the greatest, and most powerful weapons the enemies of America use is the destruction of and supposed monopoly...
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Does Capitalism Really Cause Degeneracy?

As more and more libertarians begin to find themselves in the far-right movement they encounter some suggestions and opinions that they may find awkward and contradictory to their...
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Radical Capitalist | Episode 0: Pilot

The first episode of Radical Capitalist is here! Hosted by Chase Rachels and our own I, AnCap, the podcast aims to cover current events and philosophy from a right-libertarian point of view. 
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