My comments to the New Hampshire House of Representatives Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee on HB629

Today I attended the New Hampshire House of Representatives Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee remote hearing on HB629. I prepared written comments ahead of time which I read aloud during the public comment portion of the hearing. The written version of my comments can be found in full below. HB629: relative to the home … Continue reading My comments to the New Hampshire House of Representatives Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee on HB629

My comments to the New Hampshire Senate Health and Human Services Committee on SB34 and SB29

Today I attended the New Hampshire Senate Health and Human Services Committee remote hearings on SB34 and SB29. I prepared written comments ahead of time which I read aloud during the public comment portion of the hearing. The written version of my comments can be found in full below. SB34: relative to the definition of … Continue reading My comments to the New Hampshire Senate Health and Human Services Committee on SB34 and SB29

How almost everyone can get almost everything they want

One of the main problems with monopoly-based systems of governance around the world is that they're set up around a zero-sum fight for political power, either fighting for some plurality of votes or fighting for the place of absolute ruler, with the resulting decisions made affecting everyone who lives within the government's territory. In New … Continue reading How almost everyone can get almost everything they want

Confiscation and the Homestead Principle

By Murray N. Rothbard, as copied from Panarchy.org This article originally appeared in The Libertarian Forum Vol. 1, No. 6, June 15, 1969 Karl Hess’s brilliant and challenging article in this issue raises a problem of specifics that ranges further than the libertarian movement. For example, there must be hundreds of thousands of “professional” anti-Communists … Continue reading Confiscation and the Homestead Principle