tim_lebsack, a.k.a. That Damn Libertarian
unrepentantwarriorpriest:

A sad truth.
ronpaulproblems:

H/T Institute for Justice

ronpaulproblems:

H/T Institute for Justice

Q: Let’s talk about your TV show Bullshit! Are there any groups you won’t go after?
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.
Penn Jillette

Your childhood dreams will not come true -

Jet Packs have been banned !!

"Why are there statist societies but no voluntary societies?"

Because you ask that question. Because you demand proof of heaven before fleeing hell.

Stefan Molyneux
The markets for city rides should be set free. It is unfair to taxicab companies for Uber to charge market prices while taxis must charge what regulators decree. But the sensible response to this unfairness is not to burden Uber the way taxis are burdened, but to unburden the taxis and leave all ride services free to compete.
Which man should be arrested then returned to the land from whence he came - the Mexican in Texas or the Texan in Afghanistan ??
tim_lebsack
The struggle confronting mankind comes down to the question of whether human beings are to be the masters of their own lives, or whether they are to remain as resources to be exploited for institutional ends.
Butler Shaffer (via hatredismymuse)

If you’re concerned about your own plight as an employee, or about the plight of workers/employees in general, then your passion should be in favor of whatever policies make employment high, rather than the many government policies that do just the opposite.