Tag: Libertarianism

Lessons on Libertarianism #3-Expression and Communication

To continue our series on the Libertarian platform we turn to the next aspect of Personal Liberty, Expression and Communication. The LP platform states that: “We support full freedom of expression and oppose government censorship, regulation or control of communications media and technology. We favor the freedom to […]

Lessons on Libertarianism #2-Self Ownership

Last week we introduced a new series of articles on Libertarianism. The goal of this series is to educate a mass audience on the platform of the Libertarian Party. Today we continue the series by taking a look at the first big component of the party platform, Personal […]

Lessons on Libertarianism #1-The Statement of Principles

When I started this website I wanted to educate as many people as I could on the philosophy of Libertarianism. As somebody who was influenced by many great Libertarian thinkers, I thought I could provide a unique outlook on the philosophy that has now shaped my life. With this […]

Criticisms #9: Why Don’t You Leave?

Continuing my series on libertarian criticisms, I will address the argument that if libertarians don’t like living in the United States, then we should move to a country that has less regulations and less laws. Firstly, it should be noted that this argument is more than likely a […]

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