Before we can create the future, we must imagine it. That’s why I’ve spent most of time over the last three years writing science fiction where underdog characters fight overwhelming forces to forge a better future for themselves. Do you enjoy reading science fiction? Do you like stories with libertarian themes? Do you like strong, moral characters fighting for the right thing?
Agorism is a libertarian strategy for achieving freed societies where we can each live our lives as we see fit. Agorism leverages the libertarian emphasis on free trade to encourage us to build businesses where we trade outside the bounds of the government-controlled marketplace.
Agorism is the idea that we will achieve personal independence and liberty by trading amongst ourselves.
This two-year old CNN video shows undocumented workers shrugging as a result of apparently an earlier anti-immigration law in Arizona (not SB1070). Authoritarianism is backfiring right before our eyes! Small businesses are losing millions of dollars as a result of Arizona’s Atlas Shrugged moment. Even the dufus who sponsored the law is starting to realize […]
This is not just a financial crisis, this is an economic collapse. There’s nothing the government can do to stop it. They should get out of the way and let it happen.
What they’re doing is they’re taking the assets away from the competent people, giving them to the incompetent people and saying to the incompetent: “Okay, now you can compete with the competent people, with their money.” I mean this is terrible economics. This is outrageous economics. Good stuff.
I love this video. Peter Schiff is the Ron Paul of the financial world. Just as the other GOP candidates laughed at Ron Paul in the debates, so we see talking heads laugh at Peter Schiff as he predicts with amazing accuracy over the last two years the course of financial matters that we are […]
I need more time in my day. We all do, I’m sure. I can get up early. A few weeks ago I got up at 5AM for almost a whole week straight. But I can not yet do that regularly. Becoming an Early Riser The other day I came across Dave Navarro’s Becoming an Early […]
I like setting goals. It’s fun, it’s painless and I get to dream about future greener pastures, which is something I love. The problem is in the achieving. It’s not a problem really, it’s just a lot of work. And the work is spread out over a long time. I have a lot of trouble […]
Dear ING Direct, You recently took over my personal and corporate banking business when you acquired the assets of failed NetBank. Thank you! I experienced no interruption in the use of my various accounts and cards. You (or was it the FDIC?) provided an invaluable service. I Can Keep my Accounts Indefinitely I called you […]