Welcome to the second articles and texts page. These are articles that I write for various ezines and this web site. You may submit articles to be included on this page.
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– Why, and how, we should eliminate taxes forever.
– The UN/EU bogeyman is coming…
– Anti-drug natter pisses me off, but the Olympics coverage was a prime culprit.
– Why the present course of deregulation in the American government can only lead to economical destruction.
– The political and educational movement to chain our students to “voluntarism”, and what you can do if you are one.
– The Political Correctness movement perpetuates discrimination and racism.
– Genetics is the future – but we’re not ready for it.
– A discussion on the Napster trial and its implications.
– the Pokémon banning craze is just part of the hypocrisy of socialist education.
– because of two far-reaching socialist bills, the UK is going to pot.
– An estimation of the annual death toll on democracy in the United States today.
– A little ABC of libertarianism.
– two ways by which we can deduce the proper form of government, and their consequences.
– completes “Money for nothing” by describing the process by which taxes can effect all political evil.
– as it says.
– an examination of the premises of anarchy, and why they fail.
– why the Microsoft trial is based on false principles.
– censorship is worthless in all its forms.
– an extensive explanation of libertarian principles, and a rebuttal of common socialist fallacies.
– by Tim Starr.
– by Jim Lobe.
– by Brad Edmonds. The problem is not that some people are unfit to rule : everyone is unfit to rule.
– by Sheldon Richman. Putting to rest the idiotic myth that right-wingers support capitalism.
– by Daniel B. Klein. The benefits we can expect from the privatization of health care.
– by Patrick J. Michaels. Whether you believe in man-made global warming or not, Kyoto is a statist ploy, and a bad bet.
– On society’s “intellectuals” and their attraction to statism.
– by Maurice P. McTigue. The voters of New Zealand succeded in implementing a libertarian reversal to a disastrous economy.
– The religion of environmentalism and its tenents : and why we must reject it as just another religion with a salvation dogma of its own.
– By David R. Henderson and Charley Hooper. To talk about poverty in North America is to live in ignorance.
– by Robert James Bidinotto. The fallacious environmentalist dogma is fast becoming a popular religion.
– by Huntingdon Life Sciences.
– by Perry de Havilland.
– by Lawrence Lessig . Trying to lower medication prices shows the lack of value politicians place in helping the third-world.
-by Art Carden. People hate the free market even though it has raised our standard of life to new levels. Art Carden explores why.
– by “Darwin Copernicus”. It’s easy to raise heckle about 9-11 or the Holocaust, but atrocities are commonplace on Earth.
– by John Le Carre. “America has entered one of its periods of historical madness, but this is the worst I can remember: worse than McCarthyism, worse than the Bay of Pigs and in the long term potentially more disastrous than the Vietnam War.”
– by Patrick J. Michaels. The NAS report from 1991 shows a more balanced view of global warming than we hear about in the media, including an indictment of socialism as a pollution-generating system.
– by David Bernstein. There is no more difference between the Republicans and the Democrats in the US.
– by Dr Madsen Pirie.
– by Dr. Robert S. Berry. Universality of health care service will only be achieved by a deregulated private sector, not government inefficiency.
– by Margaret Wente. Millions of people die thanks to the statist greenies.
– by Brad Edmonds. If we justify government intervention in one area, then that justification can apply to any area. We have to realize that such reasoning is fundamentally faulty.
– by Tyler Cowen. Some statistics that show that, despite America’s faults, vertical mobility is still a fact of American life.
– by Harry Browne. War is inevitable, so long as we give politicians the power to meddle in our lives and in the lives of foreigners.
– by Adam Young. We have two choices : permit a free market for organs, or keep exploiting donors without pay and letting people die on waiting lists.
– by Sheldon Richman. The final answer to that tired political pick-up line, “socialism doesn’t work but is good in theory !”.
– by Thomas Sowell.
– by Alan Bock. It’s obvious, but no one dares say it.
– by Nicholas Monahan. A horrific, true story of airport statism.
– by George Bush Sr. and Brent Scowcroft. Published in TIME (2 March 1998).
– by Philip W. Cook and Glenn Sacks. Our vile one-size-fits-all education system is having new bad and unforeseen effects on male/female education.
– by Pete Geddes. The market is a fluid, personal process, not a fixed state that can be manipulated. This is why free people are best apt to pursue their own economical interest in a capitalist system.
– by Ron Paul. A short speech given by Ron Paul supporting his proposition of a Liberty Amendment, which would have made income tax unconstitutional again.
– by Stephen W. Stanton. What is the meaning of life ? And more importantly, should we impose it on other people ?
– by Mark Brandly. An introduction to free trade and the principles underlying both itself and its opponents.
– author unknown. Some answers to the typical “what’s the use of voting Libertarian anyway ?” questions.
– by Harry Browne. Which freedom (and whose freedom) are we supposed to be defending exactly ?
– by PJ O’Rourke. A brief speech on the absurdities of collectivism. (outside link)
– by Joseph Sobran. Is democracy really better than being governed by a monarch ? A reflexion on the two worst systems in history.
– by Gene Callahan. The answer to the “blind spot” of Objectivists and libertarians, warfare and terrorism.
– by Pierre Lemieux. The various forms of state, and their degradation.
– by Russell Madden. The UN’s “New World Order” communist shenigans seem to be never-ending.
– by Leonard E. Read. Nobody understands how complex it is to produce even a simple lead pencil.
– by Russell Madden. Another socialist fable based on the evils of altruism. (outside link)
– by Kurt Vonnegut. The ultimate liberal dream. Read it once, then try not to have any nightmares. I dare you.
– by James Ostrowski. It is common to observe that government isn’t very good at anything. But there are exceptions. It is well practiced at the art of killing. (outside link)
– Important documents for organizing rebel groups and fighting for freedom.
– by Mark Skousen et al. Your crash course in economics. A must-read for anyone who wants to understand politics at all.
– An overview of why depressions occur, according to Austrian economics. (outside link) Here is an archive.
– an essay by Jim Bell, the famous libertarian cyberpunk, on the possiblity of replacing governments, police and judiciary system by private organizations. I disagree with his basic anarchist premise (that we should leave justice in the hands of the people), but a lot of the theoretical points here are worth reading.
NOTE : This article gave Bell a long trip in prison. The government does NOT want you to read this.
– the speech that started the American Revolution (March 23, 1775).
– From Browne’s little booklet of A to Z (from the US Libertarian Party).
– This manifesto needs no introduction. Ted Kaczynski’s call for the destruction of the technological-industrial complex is flawed in its conclusion (especially because of the communautarian libertarianism alternative), but his propositions are thought-provoking. (outside link)
, (by Michael Wong, outside link)
(by Lewis Napper)
(comic by Shannon Wheeler)
(comic by Ruben Bolling)
(from lileks.com, American Chemical, 1911)
(by the London Capitalism Web)
(by Hugh Emerson)
(by Patricia Neill)
(by Michael Wong, by email)