Tuesday, April 28, 2009

On the Free State Project
A left-wing smear from CounterPunch (‘ultra-libertarians’, oh, my, and ‘can’t go to sleep; libertarians will eat me’) but given history I’m wary of such projects as any libertarian ought to be (they smack of English Calvinism including the kinds gone bad, from Plymouth Rock to Utah to SWPL) and Pam Martens asks a valid question: is it just a front for big business? (But remember, mercantilism is not real capitalism.) That said I tend to agree with the NHers allegedly referred to here:
So long as you are good neighbors and really support the political ideals that you talk about, then they are supportive.
RR’s editor notes:
Interesting hit piece. FSP must be having a greater effect than I’d thought.

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