Showing posts from August, 2014

How to Promote Liberty

We voluntaryists have a problem. We value liberty and hate the state. We want to see the former grow and the latter abolished. But what can we do? How can we promote liberty? Here are a few answers.Read the rest at EVC.

Rights are a Tool

Property rights, human rights, civil rights, children's rights, animal rights; many are the types of rights defended by people across the globe. What are rights? Do they exist? Are they something tangible, concrete? Or are they merely an abstraction, a useful tool of the mind for use by mankind? Methinks the latter.Read the rest at EVC.

The Ignobility of Strict Pacifism

Pacifism is an interesting philosophy. As a voluntaryist, I am pacifistic in many different ways. There is, however, one school of pacifism that I wholeheartedly reject, and consider ignoble, dishonorable, and cowardly.Read the rest at EVC.

LPL - July 2014 Update

In July 2014, LPL sold 526 books across North America and Europe. Here are the top 5:
111 copies, Profit and Loss - Ludwig von Mises82 copies, For a New Liberty - Murray N. Rothbard24 copies, Our Enemy, the State - Albert Jay Nock22 copies, Economics for Real People - Gene Callahan18 copies, Principles of Economics - Carl Menger LPL's all time top 5 bestsellers are:
1,178 copies, For a New Liberty - Murray N. Rothbard623 copies, Our Enemy, the State - Albert Jay Nock490 copies, Principles of Economics - Carl Menger386 copies, Fascism vs. Capitalism - Lew Rockwell312 copies, The Mystery of Banking - Murray N. Rothbard