William Shakespeare: An Unwitting Libertarian

To put it simply, the non-aggression principle states that coercive actions may not be initiated against others except in cases of self-defense. For many of its advocates, the non-aggression principle follows directly from the idea that power corrupts man, leading him to aggress against others for short-term gain. Interestingly, that idea lurks in many of […]

Are Libertarians All Just Blindly Trustful Of Others?

Early this past January, I was hanging out with a few fellow high school alums at this cafeteria place in the West Village, not far away from where we all had just had a reunion for a club we had each been in back in the day. This club, known as Junior Statesman of America […]