Month: July 2016

Anarchism: History and Philosophy

An introduction to Anarchism intended for high school and college students. An accompanying video can be found at Study.Com Some form of government has been around for the entire period of recorded human history. However, some people don’t think government is necessary. In this lesson, you’ll learn about […]

Questions Blacks Have For SJW’s

My videos are made under the U.S. Fair Use Law. Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise […]

Foucault the Power

By Felicity Sharpe Michel Foucault (1926–1984) not a philosopher in the normal sense. Even so, at once stage, he was called ‘the new Kant’ –  a very large estimation. Foucault was born in France to very upper-middle class parents, his father was a doctor and put a lot […]

Murray Bookchin’s New Life

By Damian White The Jacobin Murray Bookchin. aqua mars / Flickr Murray Bookchin spent fifty years articulating a new emancipatory project, one that would place ecology and the creative human subject at the center of a new vision of socialism. Here is a thinker, who in the early […]

The Case for American Secession

By Michael Malice Observer  Listen to an interview with the author here. Even when we were united ideologically as a country, we have never been united culturally. (Photo: PATRICK HERTZOG/AFP/Getty Images) The United States of America has spent very few years truly unified. There was the Era of […]

When Everything is a Crime

Few people understand the price of overregulation like Harvey Silverglate. Over his long career as an attorney and journalist, Silverglate has seen the rising bureaucratic class enact hundreds of thousands of federal regulations and vaguely-worded statutes. The result has been the criminalization of everyday life. From university campuses […]

Greenspan, Gold, and the Banality of Evil

By Stefan Gleason and Jp Cortez, Originally Published on Money Metals Exchange Under certain circumstances, seemingly decent human beings are capable of horrific things. So it is with Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, who parlayed his sound money bona fides into the top post at America’s private […]

One Law for Them, Another for Us

The anarchist position is vindicated once again. By Daniel Larison The American Conservative FBI Director Comey announced the findings of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server earlier today. While he won’t be recommending criminal charges against Clinton, he did say this: Although we did not find […]

An Appeal from the Libertarian Alliance (UK)

CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR CROWDFUNDING APPEAL  We humbly ask our supporters to help us improve our website, blog, and archive. Already a big “thank you” goes out to Derek Bernard for supporting our appeal. The Libertarian Alliance currently has two websites ( and, the former used […]

No, the American Revolution was not a mistake

By Jeff Stein Vox The American Revolution “was a mistake,” Dylan Matthews argued last week. He lists three reasons that, in his telling, millions of American Indians and black Americans would’ve been better off had the Founding Fathers never declared independence: Slavery would’ve been abolished earlier, American Indians […]

Land of the Freaks, Home of the Abnormal

By Adil Sarker Happy 4th, my fellow Americans. It seems like most Americans celebrate USA’s existence for very different reasons. Since many of us take our country very seriously, let’s take a good look at it. We aren’t the smartest/dumbest country. We aren’t the (un)healthiest country. We aren’t […]

Who the hell are ISIS, anyway?

Spy Culture ISIS are a terrifying, devastating Sunni militia that emerged out of the Iraqi insurgency and the anti-Assad jihad … except they aren’t particularly religious! And their origin story makes no sense. And militarily speaking they are a joke who could be wiped out within weeks if […]