Anything Peaceful In Defense of Private Property: Mises and Aristotle
Politics and Socialism both stress the importance of property to social orderJeffrey A. Tucker May 26, 2015
The Greek and the Austrian both knew: Ownership and freedom are inseparable ideas.
Anything Peaceful Don’t Listen to the Public (Even When They’re Right)
Public "opinion" is a dangerous unicornDaniel Bier May 26, 2015
Voters don’t have the foggiest idea what they’re talking about, and they are almost never right except by accident.
Anything Peaceful Libertarians Need to Care about America's War on Immigration
The War on Immigrants is replacing the War on DrugsDavid Bier May 21, 2015
Restrictions on immigration are big government at its worst: over-militarization, over-criminalization, over-regulation, anti-market, and anti-liberty.
Anything Peaceful Insuring John Galt?
Insuring disobedience could take down the regulatory stateThomas A. Firey May 14, 2015
Charles Murray argues for mass civil disobedience to stupid and unpopular regulations – because there's safety in numbers.
Anything Peaceful The Anti-Hong Kong: Tanzania Bans Private Statistics
Numbers don't lie — but politicians doDaniel Bier May 11, 2015
Turning Hong Kong on its head, Tanzania bans private statistics.
Anything Peaceful Blurred Lines: When Guns Become Speech
The digital revolution is erasing the old boundaries of "stuff" and "speech"Jeffrey A. Tucker May 8, 2015
Government is an analog institution in a digital world.
Anything Peaceful The Welfare State Needs Abolition, Not "Reform"
Conservatives should fight to repeal, not streamline, the bloated welfare stateDoug Bandow May 5, 2015
Efficient income redistribution doesn’t make the process morally right, only less wasteful on its way to being wrong.
Anything Peaceful Baltimore: A Legacy of Failed State Experiments
The city got the full brunt of state coercion, decade after decadeJeffrey A. Tucker Apr 29, 2015
We are witnessing the terrible costs of a failed worldview.
Anything Peaceful Should Taxes Fund Philosophy?
The cost of subsidizing state philosophy departments is hard to justifyJason Brennan Apr 24, 2015
Does philosophy really "teach students how to think," and is the opportunity cost worth it?
Anything Peaceful Sophia's Story: Fighting for a Happily Ever After
7 years old, 3 surgeries, and 1 banned treatmentAnything Peaceful Apr 24, 2015
Sophia struggles with chronic epilepsy. Doctors believe there may be a cure. So why won’t politicians allow her to try a safe treatment?