by Charles Curley
Special to L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise
Once again, The Libertarian Enterprise brings you the finest in libertarian writing. This week, we have letters from Albert Perez and Jeff Fullerton. In our blast from the past, L. Neil Smith takes time off from excoriating the state and talks about why he likes baseball. And then comes back to excoriating the state.
Sarah A. Hoyt takes on the “-ists trap”. The trap whereby feminism, anti-racism, environmentalism, etc. trap their “beneficiaries” into further servitude.
Speaking of falling into the traps of an “ism”, Sean Gangol takes on the hysteria surrounding the Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade
In other news, Burning Man tickets should now be on sale.
For those planning to contribute to the post-Bruen special issue: Jonathan Turley: Democrats’ 2nd Amendment ‘Syndrome’ plan: Plotting the next big fight over gun rights
Two links that follow on our editor’s recent proposal to enhance privacy on the Internet:
For all intents and purposes, we now have a fourth branch of government: the surveillance state. Or maybe a fifth branch, after the bureaucracy?
New Documents Reveal the Extent of Federal Location Surveillance
So, tell me again why I should buy ads in your newspaper, so you can put my name and my product next to articles nobody believes? Media Confidence Ratings at Record Lows (I wonder how much Americans trust pollsters?)
Electricity generated from coal reached an all-time high last year. Decarbonization, anyone?
The Pholospher. On Facebook.
[British p]olice are told to NOT treat trivial internet spats as hate incidents and causing offence isn’t a crime in ‘victory for free speech’
Keeping Your Mouth Shut: Spiraling Self-Censorship in the United States: “Over the course of the period from the heyday of McCarthyism to the present, the percentage of the American people not feeling free to express their views has tripled.”
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