Two illusory libertarian strategies:
Use the State to Abolish the State?
Parallels to Marxist tactics

Whoever assumes state power will not remove it but become part of it.

Central banking system:
How Monetary Absurdity Has Become the New Normal
In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king

Financial illiteracy aiding and abetting the proliferation of catastrophic monetary policies.

Communication in the Internet era:
The Challenge of Information Overreach
When spreading opinions tips the emotional balance of the masses

We all must learn that our opinions may be flawed.

Sweden:
Trouble in Paradise
How immigration exposes deep cracks in the economy

The state-engineered failure of the Nordic country’s immigration and integration plan.

Civic anarchism:
Class Action Lawsuit Against the State
Why for once we could be thankful for the EU

Let's apply this new law to governments.

Parallels to the end of the GDR:
Angela, it’s over. You have to go
Once again, there is a ‘broad social alliance’

It's déjà vu from 1989 all over again.

State sexism:
What Women Want
Freedom to prove their worth and earn it

Quota requirements and the like destroy the value of women's work.

Spiritual-cultural background of the new east-west conflict:
Millions of Russians Go On a Pilgrimage to St. Nicholas
And what this – possibly – has to do with the future of property and freedom

A lot, as it turns out.

Cyber money bubble:
Six Reasons Why Crypto Currencies Fail to Meet Expectations
On Bitcoins, frauds and limitations of technology

The enthusiasm of some crypto advocates is naive. The immature technology of the new currencies harbors many pitfalls.

Crime statistics and their interpretation:
Media Cheers Versus Reality
How the actual problem is obfuscated

While the mainstream media trumpet that “Germany is safer than it’s ever been in the past 25 years,” the reality is that it's well on its way to turning Jean Raspail’s dark visions.

Europe celebrates Karl Marx anniversary:
A Soft Spot for Charlatans
The creator of a falsehood turns 200

The cult around Marx is patently consistent with the state in which Germany and Europe find themselves.

Endangered Gestures:
Flipping the Bird
Replaced by a much coarser sign

Appropriateness and a sense of proportion are no longer generally recognized virtues.

Pinker versus Anarchy:
Are Tyrants the Lesser Evil?
The state doesn't reduce violence, it increases it

Canadian psychologist Steven Pinker claims that even the worst state is better than no state at all. Stefan Blankertz says he is dead wrong, and explains why.

Civic anarchism:
The Constitutional State As a Trap
Until the victim falls in, it remains inconspicuous and friendly

A constitution is a great idea, until you realize who makes the laws.

“Cool Germany”?:
‘The Economist’ imparts drivel
A job advertisement for Merkel’s successor disguised as a bad puff piece for progressivism

The house journal of the 'party of Davos' is hoping for a Germany of immature, foulmouthed virtue-signalers.

Civic anarchism:
I Believe in the State
On politics and religion

The state wants more than faith. It wants obedience.

Marginalia:
Democracy and Prosperity
On a disastrous confusion of cause and effect

A confusion that can even lead to civil war.

Women's march in Kandel:
We Will Crawl No Longer!
We have been robbed of the lightness of being.

Women are standing in the way of a political-correctness-dictatorship.

Declaration against mass immigration:
The Political Tide is Turning in Germany
Against the postmodernist, multiculturalist establishment

What happens when the middle class revolts against the establishment? Germany is about to find out.

Endangered Gestures:
Giving a Light
Creating the magic of encounter

Fire enables moments of intimacy and felicity.

UN Human Rights Council on Switzerland:
An Alpine Outpost of Injustice and Violence
Politics cut to the chase

Have you laughed yet today? Or cried? No? Read the following. Then both will happen automatically. Simultaneously.

Taking stock of Donald Trump’s time in office:
A Competition of Crooks
Not a different sort of politics is the answer, but no politics at all

"He's not going to be so bad, he doesn't really mean it." Oh yes he is, oh yes he does.

Revival of free speech at Speakers’ Corner:
Embarrassing Defeat for the British State
And for its ruling class

What happened when someone was denied the right to speak at Speakers' Corner? Someone else took over, and thousands attended.

A German diary:
Great Anticipation
Amazonian feminism is way better than the current bourgeois fussiness of professional middle class women

A book by Camille Paglia published in German. Her criticism of #metoo is a slam-dunk.

Statecraft and creativity:
Limited Spaces Call for Limitless Thoughts
Living in a small state is no longer a disadvantage

The smaller a state and its authority are, the more insignificant and ineffectual are the points where uncontrollable and thus ungovernable disruptive forces can act.