December 2012Volume 62, 2012
Want to escape the reach of the State? Ivan Osorio says pirate radio and seasteading show how to vote with your boat; Tom Bell says a Honduran Supreme Court decision might have closed an option to do it with your feet (without leaving the country); and Bill Walker says maybe there's still hope right in the U.S.; in a Freeman interview, Lee Valentine discusses how space development might take liberty to escape velocity; and much, much more.
DECEMBER 13, 2012 by The Freeman
People around the world are looking for opportunities to vote with their feet. Some would like to start a venture in an environment free of corruption. Others would like simply to practice their religion without fear. And what about those protecting their businesses from strangling regulations? Their savings savings from punishing taxation? Their children from failing school systems?
NOVEMBER 21, 2012 by Max Borders
Progressivism is an authoritarian doctrine at root due to its reliance on state power. Does sprinkling in technology or adding "peer" to the front end fundamentally change that? My goal for this column is not to review Steven Johnson's book, but to clarify what we might call "network libertarianism."
NOVEMBER 27, 2012 by Doug Bandow
Economic liberty is no less important than freedom of speech, association, religion, or any other. In fact, it's essential to all of them.
NOVEMBER 29, 2012 by Jeffrey A. Tucker
GPS devices have freed people from the profound problem of having no idea where we are or where we're going--and it was only possible once governments got out of the way.