A sad truth.
It’s over, folks.
Will Burning Man—the annual week-long festival held at the end of summer in the Nevada desert—survive a terrifying challenge that goes to the very heart of its ethos of radical self-expression?
As 50,000 freaks, trippers, and visionaries start prepping for a week of fun and sun, anti-tax activist Grover Norquist has announced he will be attending this year’s Burning Man.
Can a voluntary community dedicated to “radical inclusion” survive the presence of a man with Norquist’s terrifying ideology ??
H/T Institute for Justice
PJ: We haven’t tackled Scientology because Showtime doesn’t want us to. Maybe they have deals with individual Scientologists—I’m not sure. And we haven’t tacked Islam because we have families.
Q: Meaning, you won’t attack Islam because you’re afraid it’ll attack back…
PJ: Right, and I think the worst thing you can say about a group in a free society is that you’re afraid to talk about it—I can’t think of anything more horrific.
Justin Amash’s expected victory next week will prove his conservative district likes the congressman’s libertarian brand just fine.
"Why are there statist societies but no voluntary societies?"
Because you ask that question. Because you demand proof of heaven before fleeing hell.
|—||Butler Shaffer (via hatredismymuse)|