Tag: Cathy Reisenwitz
7 Posts

Facial Abuse for Feminism

June 4, 1913: Suffragette Emily Davison threw herself under King George V’s horse at the Derby 100 years ago. The 40-year-old teacher, who was fighting to gain women the vote, died from her injuries four days after the incident at Epsom that shocked Britain.
Regardless of your political opinion

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Young Voices And The Marxification Of Liberty

Some interesting stuff happened in the libertarian world yesterday.

A lady by the name of Pamela Stubbard decided to leave the organization Young Voices. She wrote a blog post explaining her reasons for resigning.  The reasons involved morals and personal convictions. Pamela isn’t completely ready to give up some

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Re: Cantwell, Ancap, Etc.

Earlier this month I wrote an article to noted edgytarian Christopher Cantwell.  In it I offered my post-ancap perspective on his supposed intellectual tension regarding the use of force.  Turns out he just wanted to be okay with shooting chicks in his mind; in retrospect, I should have done more

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The Limits Of Mediocrity

Source: Will Moyer

Though my relationship with the ideology has been stormy to say the least, I ultimately concede my politics and philosophy to be libertarian.

Despite my blatant polemics, inevitably I uphold liberty, the quality to control one’s actions, as the highest end.  Human society cannot work without

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Against Libertarian Postmodernism

So, yesterday FEE published an article by Jeffrey Tucker.  It was awful.

I am of the opinion that Mr. Tucker wears his bow tie much too tightly these days; it seems to be cutting off circulation to his brain.  Or perhaps it’s all the Rentseekerwitz farts he’s been

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