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Tales of Titans and Hobbits – The Tolkien beat goes on

As well as this person recognising that there’s more to Tolkien than goblins and elves, another article, by Juliusz Jablecki, comes to the attention of this website which has spotted the link between the great English writer and freedom, this … Continue reading

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Was Tolkien a Hoppeian before Hoppe?

Many believers in a totally voluntary society (to use Ralph Raico’s great phrase) are also committed followers of the works of J.R.R.Tolkien. You’ll see these people in the cinema after three hours of ‘The Hobbit’ waiting for more, whilst all … Continue reading

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Dumb Ways to Die

Although it’s completely inappropriate for this website, I’m going to post this song anyway. It’s far better than Gangnam style:

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La Herencia Libertaria: La Revolución Estadounidense y el Liberalismo Clásico

I’ve no idea what this article is saying, as my language skills are abysmal without Google Translate, but just look at the photograph above. Magnificent! 🙂 No doubt, it shall be appearing on a T-shirt near you, at next year’s … Continue reading

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Detlev Schlichter: All power to the state! – Money madness at the IMF

The author of Paper Money Collapse has one or two things to say about the IMF.

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Danger: Hoppe at work

Below, at the authors’ request, I’ve republished a recent sad but important article about the European Students For Liberty conference in Stockholm, by Joakim Fagerstrom and Joakim Kampe: Hoppe’s Dangerous Books A few months ago we were invited to speak … Continue reading

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The New MakerBot Replicator Might Just Change Your World

It’s all getting crazy in the world of 3-D printing. Welcome to the world of Star Trek and the replicator. I really want one of these things. HT to MM

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Felix Jumps At 128k feet! Red Bull Stratos – freefall from the edge of space

The future of space travel is in private hands. While NASA wastes tens of millions building Moon cars which will never leave Houston, a soft drinks company does much more exciting things than all the state-subsidised space programmes around the … Continue reading

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Inside the conspiracy: Property and Freedom Society, Bodrum, Turkey, 2012

In my article last year entitled Outside the Asylum, I described the joys of being alive at Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s annual Property and Freedom Society conference, held in the beautiful Turkish harbour town of Bodrum, at the Hotel Karia Princess. … Continue reading

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Report on Bodrum coming soon…

A full report is coming on the Bodrum PFS conference. Just getting together final thoughts and a decent set of photographs. Please stay tuned.

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