More and more people waking up to the inherent injustice of government. History repeats itself.

This is how revolutions happen. The time to speak out is NOW. Creepy FBI encounter. Anarch. Murray Rothbard. Voluntarism and Capitalism. Advertisements

Some brief thoughts about justice, as well as why I, as some critics will no doubt state, “raise hell about every little thing” and “don’t care about big issues”.

I’m very justice oriented, and I’m more forgiving of heinous crimes, where it is more difficult for me to understand what would drive someone to do some things, whereas I’m more strict on trivial manners, because I know I have the power to keep them from happening (whereas with the previous case, I’m not sure). It’s […]

From the 4th chapter of Murray Rothbard’s “Egalitarianism as a Revolt Against Nature, and Other Essays” entitled “Justice and Property Rights”

The Failure of Utilitarianism Until very recently, free market economists paid little attention to the entities actually being exchanged on the very market they have advocated so strongly. Wrapped up in the workings and advantages of freedom of trade, enterprise, investment, and the price system, economists tended to lose sight of the things being exchanged […]

Justice and Revenge

This is probably going to get me in trouble by the pussies, but this must be said. I’m fully aware of the consequences this piece could bring to me, and those are parts of the points. I’m fully aware of all of the accusations that I am going to face, but I know my character […]

Personal Examination of Experimental Repetition

I once had a blog. I guess it was near 10 year ago, now. Would’ve made me 15, 16 years old. Yikes. Glad it’s not still around (although a part of me wishes I could still see what I wrote, and only me). But I’ve always been a scatterbrained little boy, for a multitude of reasons. […]

Review of George Orwell’s “1984”

This is one of those books that is hard to do justice with a review. The copy that I read, borrowed from my best friend, has a preface by Walter Cronkite written in 1983, and an afterword by Eric Fromm in 1961. I’ll share a little bit of each of these before I write my […]

Review of Stephen King’s “It”

It’s too damn long. Part of the problem is seeing the movie before reading the book. I knew there was going to be a spider, so I wanted to get to that part. That probably diminished some of my enjoyment of the story. Not entirely, however. I like King’s horror and gruesomeness, but I didn’t […]

Insanity

I don’t feel like this is “done”, but I’m tired of fucking looking at it, so I guess that means it’s “done”. I’m tired of considering it “not done” and spending time trying to think of what is wrong with it when I know that so much other work that isn’t done remains undone. It’s time […]

Perspective

Anything that is written, as this is, must come from some perspective. Something that is created must go somewhere. Must have some meaning. There has to be a reason for why the creator created it. It must come from the vision of the creator. The creator wants people to see his end result. He has […]