Peace At All Costs: Growing Isolationism Among Libertarians

I expect liberals to be against most wars except those they start themselves (most of them, historically). Such opposition stands to reason because much liberalism is based on a vague feeling of collective guilt: Whatever bad thing happens, it must be “our” fault. I am disturbed therefore to recognize signs of growing military isolationism among … Continue reading Peace At All Costs: Growing Isolationism Among Libertarians

Asking for 9/11

Pres. Trump discontinued the on-going talks with the Taliban without indication there will be a resumption. What took him so long? A couple of days before the announcement, the Taliban claimed an attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including an American. (This is important.) Two weeks prior, the Taliban had massacred the guests … Continue reading Asking for 9/11

Unconditional Peace: A Continuing Debate. (Part Four)

Note: I am exploiting Brandon Christensen to whom this response is addressed. I am using him as a proxy to have a debate with the many libertarians who I suspect, want to disarm the Republic The piece to which this is a response is can be found here. Please, spread this series of exchanges around. … Continue reading Unconditional Peace: A Continuing Debate. (Part Four)