Month: May 2015

“Left” Anarchism is Impossible

By Christopher Cantwell Make mention of anarcho-capitalism, and the lefties are never far behind to tell you you’re not a real anarchist. You know, because studying economics and improving one’s station in life, that’s for statists, maaaan. I suppose “left anarchist” might be a broad brush, including all […]

Anarcho-“Capitalism” is Impossible

By Anna Morgenstern Center for a Stateless Society Many anarchists of various stripes have made the claim that anarcho-capitalists aren’t really anarchists because anarchism entails anti-capitalism. I happen to think this is actually backwards. If they genuinely wish to eliminate the state, they are anarchists, but they aren’t […]

ISIS: An Inside Job?

By Justin Raimondo Antiwar.Com When Ivy Ziedrich, a nineteen-year-old college student, approached Jeb Bush on the campaign trail and zinged him with “Your brother created ISIS!” the media ate it up and the video went viral. Ms. Ziedrich, a member of the College Democrats, talks very fast, and […]

Here are 7 things people who say they’re ‘fiscally conservative but socially liberal’ don’t understand

By Greta Christina Raw Story “Well, I’m conservative, but I’m not one of those racist, homophobic, dripping-with-hate Tea Party bigots! I’m pro-choice! I’m pro-same-sex-marriage! I’m not a racist! I just want lower taxes, and smaller government, and less government regulation of business. I’m fiscally conservative, and socially liberal.” […]

Why I Fight for $15

Carson challenges libertarian orthodoxy on the minimum wage. Carson has tons of great articles on all kinds of stuff. Check out his archive at C4SS. (Caveat: I hear from a reliable source that my name is under a total ban from being mentioned whatsoever at C4SS, even in […]

The Sowell of Man Under Capitalism

An interesting and, I believe, accurate critique of Thomas Sowell by Carson. By Kevin Carson Center for a Stateless Society Once again — this time using the Baltimore uprising as a pretext — Thomas Sowell has pulled out the template for his favorite column dismissing what he calls […]

SAMs for Uncle Sam

Chapter 3 of the book RADICAL PEACE: People Refusing War By William T. Hathaway Merna al-Marjan is a young Iraqi who is currently in Germany studying European history. We talked in her dormitory room, a spartan but functional cubicle in a building that embodies a hopeful change in […]

Why I Don’t Much Like Liberals

I have said in the past that Kevin Carson should eventually replace Noam Chomsky as the leading intellectual of the American Left. While Carson has much of the same critique of U.S. imperialism and neo-liberalism as Chomsky, he surpasses Chomsky in a number of ways. Carson has moved […]

The Reversed Revolutions of David Graeber

By Wayne Price Anarkismo.Net Review of David Graeber, Revolutions in Reverse: Essays on Politics, Violence, Art, and Imagination. (2011) A review of David Graeber’s book, Revolutions in Reverse. The author has some intelligent insights, such as the importance of recognizing where the justice movements have won victories. In […]

The Poet & The Cat

The Poet & The Cat A struggling Poet who has failed at life has a Quarter-life crisis and is confronted by his dark feline alter ego who challenges his sanity and moral compass. Directed by Robert Stark Written by Paul Bingham Staring: Robert Stark & Charles E. Lincoln III

David Cole Returns!

David Cole Returns! David Cole, the “Jewish Holocaust Revisionist,” spent the past eighteen years as David Stein the “Republican Party Animal,” working with GOP higher-ups and blogging for major conservative sites. His “outing” provided many examples of cringe-inducing humor, detailed in his book “Republican Party Animal.” Topics include: […]

How the Police Became Aristocrats

By Paul Craig Roberts and John Whitehead During the time that Western legal norms were evolving in the direction of equality under law, which means the application of the same laws to all social classes, aristocrats answered to different laws than did commoners. Some offenses were not punished […]

Martin Buber

By John Ellerby Transcribed by Luke Dodson Originally published in Anarchy 54 (Vol 5 No 8) August I965 (Freedom Press) Martin Buber, who died in Jerusalem on June 13 at the age of 87, belonged to a generation of central European Jews for whom it was a privilege […]