Thursday, January 17, 2008

Palæolibertarianism
Paleolibertarianism began as a way to get libertarian politics back in touch with the normal customs, habits, and mores of most people while keeping the focus on antistatism. The idea was that libertarian hostility to religion and to the nation-state was hurting the cause of more freedom and less government.
Good point but one’s country and people are not the same as a nation-state. (Russian makes those distinctions with the words родина, народ and нация for each respectively.)

Murray Rothbard’s list of myths about libertarianism is worth another look.

Huck’s hollowness
Michigan... The most likely explanation is that the reality of Huck’s policies caught up with his funny, winsome style.
Huckabee doesn’t have any domestic policies.
From Eunomia.

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