Category Archive: Libertarians

Nov 18

Even after Paris, Libertarians want open borders

  Even after Paris, Libertarians endorse open borders   by Don Hank   The libertarian think tank Mises Institute just published an article titled ISIS May Be Our Ally Some Day. (My thanks to our friend Peter in the UK for this tip). Expressed in the following sentence from the piece is perhaps the most …

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Oct 25

A gulag of your own making

And now they’re coming for you   Don Hank   Matt. 25:45 Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me. A few weeks ago, PayPal cut off service to Julio Severo because Julio says on his blog that he …

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Jul 29

Christianity and Libertarianism and the Consent of the Governed

This is why I led off with the John Adams quote. ‘Moral and religious people’ will continue to be ‘moral and religious’ whatever freedoms or restrictions are placed on them by the government. I might say: “Libertarianism was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the [government] of any other.” There are any number of forms of government that can work with a ‘moral and religious people.’ For an amoral or immoral or anti-moral or non-religious or anti-religious people, no kind of government is going to work for the long haul.