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Why the State Seeks to Abolish Both Tradition and History

StrategyU.S. HistoryWorld History

Blog09/01/2020

The best way to think about tradition is to view it like capital accumulation. Knowledge is accumulated through countless centuries of trial and error. The state seeks to destroy historical consciousness and old ways of life to secure power.

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America's Riots Are Just the Latest Version of Marxist "Syndicalism"

SocialismStrategyThe Police State

Blog08/29/2020

Syndicalism is direct violent action against the institutions of capitalism, such as security forces, and especially property owned by businesses. This approach is often adopted by Marxists, socialists, and fascists as a means of gaining power.

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Why Americans Are Looking for a Safe Haven from the Dollar

Monetary PolicyStrategyTaxes and Spending

Blog08/27/2020

As confidence in the dollar falls, Americans put more of their money in gold, silver, and cryptocurrencies. State governments can help this process along by deregulating sound money.

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Why I Write

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog08/11/2020

After years of working as a DC journalist, Bovard found that "the more oppressive the government acted, the more slavish the press became."

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More Laws Mean More Police Brutality

Legal SystemStrategyThe Police State

Blog07/21/2020

Every law must ultimately be enforced using the police power of the state. For those who resist, this means violent arrest and imprisonment. Or worse.

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The COVID-19 Panic Shows Us Why Science Needs Skeptics

HealthMedia and CultureStrategy

Blog07/15/2020

Every major scientific advance challenged the “settled science” of its day and was often denounced as pernicious and false, even dangerous.

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Repealing Useless and Abusive Laws Might Do More Good Than "Defunding" the Police

Legal SystemStrategyThe Police State

Blog06/23/2020

"Defunding" the police isn't likely to actually lessen the control the state has over our lives. But repealing countless laws that give police far too much power would certainly help.

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How the Monopoly Power of Police Agencies Encourages Abuse

StrategyThe Police State

Blog06/22/2020

Whether or not race is a factor, the monopoly power enjoyed by police agencies (and other government agencies) creates the conditions likely to lead to more abuse of power.

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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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