Caeconomics and Self-Ownership are Incompatible

This article will argue that caeconomics and the concept of self-ownership are incompatible. Self-ownership is a neat concept in ethics and philosophy. Increasingly it is being used in social, political and economic philosophical arguments as well. For example, one of my favorite interdisciplinary philosophies is voluntaryism. While many philosophical or scientific arguments for voluntaryism do … Read more Caeconomics and Self-Ownership are Incompatible

6 Reasons Christianity is More Conducive to Libertarianism Than Secularism

In this article I will give 6 reasons why Christianity is more consistent with and conducive to libertarianism than secularism is. Recently at PorcFest, a very cool event in my opinion, Adam Kokesh hosted a talk between Stefan Molyneux and Ernest Hancock on the topic of atheism and anarchy. I liked the talk and I think … Read more 6 Reasons Christianity is More Conducive to Libertarianism Than Secularism

Peace Talk Predictions and Conclusion

This article is the last in a series of 6 on an interview I conducted with Ted Shoebat on the Taliban peace talks. This link will take you to the Table of Contents and Condensed Interview. After having established Obama’s pro-Islam ideology and policy stance the interview with Ted took its final turn. “Just to conclude,” I started, … Read more Peace Talk Predictions and Conclusion