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Keith Preston

The Slave Morality Of Social Justice – Part One

By Legionscatz To provide a quick background to the slave morality/master morality dichotomy. Firstly, this concept was described by Friedrich Nietzsche to explain a dichotomy between deontological ethics and consequentialism in relation to how Nietzsche viewed aspects of human behavior. To Nietzsche  master morality was the morality of the powerful. It emphasizes individual autonomy, […]

Leftists and War

By Khadijah Umayyad I myself am an ardent reader of and have spent untold hours listening to the Scott Horton show. As my initial post on WWI historical revisionism might indicate I take war-revisionism, historical and theoretical, to be of great importance to breaking down a primary […]

Child Liberation Movement

By Khadijah Umayyed I believe that children can divorce themselves from their parents. The argument of “unable to make decisions” is true of half of the witless retards on this planet. I don’t believe in ‘rights’, but I do believe in the presumption of liberty in any coherent […]

The Republican Party Can’t Die Soon Enough

Voices Newspaper Some shocking figures:  On average, each Wisconsin’s 5,700,000 residents gives $268 dollars to subsidize business — corporate welfare.  Ten cents of every dollar in the state budget subsidizes business — 10 percent of Wisconsin’s budget is corporate welfare. Scott Walker’s Wisconsin leads America in corporate welfare […]

Capitalism: A Good Word for a Bad Thing

By Kevin Carson The Freeman editor Sheldon Richman, speaking at George Mason University, raised the question of just what mainstream libertarians mean when they call a country “capitalist.”  What qualifies a country as “capitalist”? A lot of countries with relatively low indices of economic freedom (including those ranked […]


By Joseph Hunter Shawn Wilbur has posted a piece on his blog that is probably the most complete summary of Proudhon’s theory of the state found in any of his work. In it, Proudhon defines the state as a “power of collectivity” supervening on the agglomerations of free […]

Am I a Right-O?

By Khadija Umayyad If you’ve been reading this blog [i], you’ve probably noticed that I am fairly critical of the left, especially the liberal and ‘rights’ oriented left. You might wonder if I’m some kind of right-winger. Well, some people might say so, but I don’t think so. […]

Pluralist Anti-Statism

Conscience of a Misanthrope Everything on this blog is worth reading. Four years ago, I called for a revolution in the anarchist milieu whereby the hegemony of political correctness would be purged or at least overrun and eclipsed. Since then, remarkable progress has been made towards that goal. […]

The Guilt Cult Of Privilege Checking

MereAnti-Statism You’re not to think you are anything special. You’re not to think you are as good as us. You’re not to think you are smarter than us. You’re not to convince yourself that you are better than us. You’re not to think you know more than us. You’re not to think you are more important than us. You’re not to think you are good […]

How Rand Paul Thinks

By Daniel McCarthy As Jim Antle points out, Rand Paul’s vote against cloture for the Hagel nomination has been roundly criticized by antiwar conservatives, libertarians, and liberal admirers of Ron Paul—not only by Scott McConnell and Daniel Larison here at TAC but also by Justin Raimondo (a longtime […]

Why The Elite Would Lose a Civil War

Infowars.Com Manufacturing mass social unrest would be a foolish mistake Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones February 14, 2013 Despite the fact that the banking elite wants to generate riots and stir social disorder in order to collapse the U.S. economy so they can buy up real […]

Can We Escape the Ruling Class?

By Roderick Long “Can We Escape the Ruling Class?“ was originally published in the Autumn 1994 issue of Formulations by the Free Nation Foundation, written by Roderick T. Long. Nature of a Ruling Class We tend to think of the “ruling class” as a Marxist concept; but the notion has a long history […]