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COVID Ethics: It's Immoral to Confine Innocent People Who Might Be a Threat

HealthStrategyPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog05/27/2020

The possibility that someone might pose a threat to another at a future time is not sufficient reason to revoke a person's property rights.

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How We Might Respond to a Pandemic Were Society Not So Dominated by the State

HealthStrategy

Blog05/26/2020

The state currently enjoys a vastly unbalanced share of the power within a society, such an arrangement is not in any way preordained, and the assumption that it must be betrays a narrowness of vision and a lack of historical knowledge.

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The Shutdown May Soon Collapse in Pennsylvania Thanks to Local Resistance

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog05/20/2020

With such chaos, confusion, and incompetence playing out, it is little wonder that more and more Pennsylvanians are refusing to obey lockdown decrees.

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This Crisis Will Not Bring Americans Together and Maybe That Is a Good Thing

Decentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog04/30/2020

Thanks to the growth of the state over time, political stakes have become much higher, and groups fear that they will be crushed by the other side if they lose. Crisis-induced cohesion is not a silver bullet, but rather a ticking time bomb.

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COVID-19 Is Teaching Us Decentralization Is Needed More Now Than Ever

Decentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog04/28/2020

We need to move beyond the stale platitudes of trying to fix politics in DC. The chattering class’s lamentation about the divisiveness of politics is frankly silly. In some ways, polarization is our friend.

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Your Supermarket Overlords: Why Barbados Needs a Voluntary Quarantine

Decentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog04/21/2020

The fact that people break curfew just proves that smaller, decentralized communities are better at organizing than a few top-down planners. Barbadian neighborhoods do a much better job of self-regulating.

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Gun Control: Americans Have Been Lucky during the COVID-19 Panic, but It's Still a Toss-Up

Decentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog04/16/2020

So far, when it comes to disarming the population, governments haven't been quite as terrible as one might have predicted during the COVID-19 panic.

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Beyond the NAP: Rothbard's Full Case for Liberty

StrategyPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

Blog04/08/2020

The nonaggression principle—"anything peaceful"—comes as close to a value-free analysis in a political, ethical, economic, and legal theory as conceivably possible. It was insufficient for Rothbard, because he rightly found it insufficient for liberty.

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Life and Health Are at Stake as the Economy Grinds to a Halt

Global EconomyStrategy

Blog04/07/2020

The quality of the models being used by politicians to set COVID-19 policy is only as good as the data collected. Unfortunately, the data is not very good. Meanwhile, real costs arise from the ruined economy.

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Freedom Still Matters, Even in the Midst of a Virus

Big GovernmentDecentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog04/07/2020

“Whenever a single definite object is made the supreme end of the State…the State becomes for the time inevitably absolute.” We cannot allow combating a virus to overwhelm all other values in society.

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