Tag Archives: United States

Who Ought To Vote?

A central and contentious problem of politics, the question of who ought to be eligible to vote has been raised countless times with wildly varying answers. The trend in the western world, starting in the 1800s has been to increase the voting class to larger and larger sizes. This is perhaps most obvious in the example of France, who between ...

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Memorial Day: Bringing Out The Worst In Left-Libertarians

With another Memorial Day come and gone, it is important for the rightist libertarian to reflect on the implications of left-libertarian OUGHTism. If you are like me, your social media feeds were probably blowing up on Monday with images of burning flags, beta-cuck signaling against the nation state and military, and historical revisionism asserting that newly freed slaves were the ...

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