by Bastiat Institute
what they fail to communicate to others, is a vision
of the new civilization they intend creating.
The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
Letters to the Editor
Unanimous Consent and the Utopian Vision
A single-theme this week, preparatory to next week's article proposing a way to spark a renaissance in libertarianism. Because we have got to do something about all of those "tone it down" fools. Yes, if you want to "tone down" the libertarian principle, you are a fool—because Zero Aggression is all or nothing: like being pregnant, you can't be a little-bit libertarian, mostly libertarian, or sometimes libertarian. You are or you are-not.
Remember, dear reader, if any people say they want to not fully support the Zero Aggression Principle, it means they want to do something to you they couldn't do under the Zero Aggression Principle! Don't stand for that kind of hogwash. It is your life, after all!
So, next time you hear that nonsense from someone, why not ask them! "What do you want to do to me—or to anyone—that libertarianism would prevent you from doing?" Ask them.
A reminder: http://www.ncc-1776.org/whoislib.html
Americans Have Obeyed Their Last Gun Law
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