Showing posts from January, 2011

There's No Such Thing as "Identity Theft"

There's no such thing as identity theft. When Person A claims to be Person B and obtains a loan, he's defrauded the bank, not Person B. Person B is only harmed when the government fails to protect him from the bank that was defrauded. How so?

Additions To My Library

Publishers take note: I just bought these 6 books from the Mises Institute because I was able to read them for free in ePub first, then decided I wanted them in my home library. If I don't like a book, I'd return it anyways. Why waste my time? Our Enemy, the State - Albert Jay Nock Boundaries of Order - Butler Shaffer Against Intellectual Property - Stephan Kinsella Lessons for the Young Economist - Robert Murphy The Case for a 100 Percent Gold Dollar - Murray Rothbard What Has Government Done to Our Money? - Murray Rothbard

The Modus Operandi of Libertarians

Unless a society is thoroughly educated in the principles if liberty, a revolution will only replace the old state with a new one, and the cycle will repeat itself. This is why the modus operandi of libertarians should be education, not violence.