‘Cultural Libertarianism’ isn’t new, it’s just gone international

Even though the “Libertarian Opinionizer” you’re reading right now has been debunking the virulently anti-libertarian cultural bunkum of Daily Kos, Salon, AlterNet and countless other groupthink collectivist online garbage dumps since 2008 (and defending libertarian culture at The Loose Cannon Libertarian since 2001) some people are only now discovering what has recently become known as “Cultural Libertarianism.” Since “Cultural libertarianism” was used in a 2001 article it was not “coined” but “re-coined” by Londoner Allum Bokhari in a major article from Breitbart in August 2015, “Rise of the Cultural Libertarians.”…

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Libertarian – Living the life.

by Scott Neville Generally most libertarians like to think they have the moral high ground on the basis they have actually thought about the implications. Every election comes by and we feel let down by the lack of candidates that think along libertarian lines, or if there is a genuine one they get about 18 votes and do not stand a chance. Is this because libertarians are wrong and they do not hold the moral high ground? I say no, I say the electoral system is flawed enough to stop…

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