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Antilibertarian antistatism

The tag line of the present blog has been changed. It was: “Lack of marketing skills leads to agoraphobia, which leads to anagorism.” Now it says “antilibertarian antistatism.” The previous slogan was introspective and a little self-deprecating. It served a … Continue reading

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Quotebag #90

“Perhaps this should also serve as proof that the market doesn’t always work in the favor of what’s desirable. Que: “That’s not the TW00 free market capitalism!”,”—Julia Riber Pitt “Consumerism is not a byproduct of human nature; it is a … Continue reading

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Quotebag #88

“Just be careful to keep your Hipster Gland in check. You don’t want to do the interview ironically.”—Matthew Benson “Revolution is illegal by definition and its adherents are routinely criminalized.”—blackorchidcollective “Some cultures used similar terms for ‘ripping someone off’ and … Continue reading

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Engagement with the anagorist(s?) on free markets

This is my take on Kevin Carson’s Engagement With the Left on Free Markets recently re-posted at C4SS. The left-styled libertarians seem to see themselves as the best of two worlds; those being “statist leftists” and “libertarian rightists,” which can … Continue reading

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