James Babb visited Ocean County, NJ this morning in order to educate potential jurors about their jury rights. He came home with his First Amendment rights violated and jury tampering charges hanging over his head.
Judges and prosecutors fly into fits of rage when people mention jury nullification because it threatens their arbitrary power. Here are 6 reasons why we all need to be jury rights experts.
Join me in my goal to end aggression worldwide and replace it with a voluntary order by 2064.
What if I had a strategy for establishing an ordered, stateless libertarian zone on some of the best real estate in the world? Are you interested? What are you willing to do to realize such a vision?
The Free State Project will likely reach its signup goal of 20,000 libertarians by next year, but its ultimate goal of moving those participants to New Hampshire could take another 15 years. Even then, FSP-related migrations will be dwarfed by other migrants.
Candidate Donald Trump sounds like an old school, law-and-order Republican mayor, someone like Philadelphia cop turned mayor, Frank Rizzo. More cops, get them dirty immigrants outta here and get our jobs back from China. This is the same kind of small-minded, break-with-reality nonsense that ignorant populists have been spewing for 40+ years. These pat answers are no more relevant or appropriate today than they were last century. But they have grown more dangerous.
Advance both your personal liberty and the cause of individual liberty by being a person of character. In order to be a person of character, you must live by certain human values. Without these human values, individual liberty doesn’t work.
The first step towards a series of actions that will bring you greater liberty is to actually believe that you can do it. You have to find the confidence inside of you, the faith, to set goals and make a consistent effort towards them, no matter what discouragements may come your way. That’s what this episode is about.
Genius on Hold (2012) is a libertarian-friendly documentary on the life of Walter Shaw, a gifted telecommunications inventor with a ninth grade education. Genius on Hold makes a clear-cut case for how government regulation hurts people. It’s a great libertarian documentary with, sadly, an incongruent progressive puff piece tacked onto the end.
I’m writing science fiction. I’ve been working on it steadily for a few years now. Here are a couple of new works I’d like to share with you.