Monthly Archives: November 2013

Movie Review: The Last Waltz, staring The Band

I mentioned a couple days ago that I would write a review for the film The Last Waltz, which is a Martin Scorsese directed piece documenting The Band’s final concert on Thanksgiving of 1976.  As I mentioned in my previous … Continue reading

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Response to “Why the Left Fears Libertarianism” by Anthony Gregory

I recently came across this article by Anthony Gregory.  I like this piece and I tend to like most of his stuff.  Furthermore, I completely agree with his rather sharp criticism of the Obama administration.  That said, the piece brought … Continue reading

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The Band and the “Back to Basics” Trend of the Late Sixties

This Thanksgiving, I am watching the film The Last Waltz, which is a Martin Scorsese concern film, documenting the The Band’s final concert (on Thanksgiving of 1976).  For those not familiar with The Band, they were a group that rose … Continue reading

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What’s the Point of Marriage??

There obviously are a ton of benefits given to married couples over non-married ones.  Most of these of course come from the government in the form of tax benefits, visitation rights ect.  A lot of this strikes me as a … Continue reading

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Border Fascism: Conservatives and Immigration

Is it ironic that people who are allegedly in favor of reducing the role of government in our lives, are the ones who are most likely to get bent out of shape over people crossing the arbitrary lines governments draw.  … Continue reading

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Problems with Trophy Hunting

I tend to have little to no objections to hunting in general.  It strikes me as a great way for some people to provide food for themselves and makes them less dependent on the formal economy, which is definitely a … Continue reading

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Some Problems with Walmart

I find that in many libertarian and conservative circles Walmart is an object of reverence, a clear example of the efficiency of the free market, that should not be questioned.  I find all the underlying assumptions here to be false.  … Continue reading

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