Election by the supporters of a party of minions does not provide legitimation to govern.
Naivety and goodness of heart often go together, as do cynicism and intelligence. It's the balance between these two extremes that matters.
Blame Jean-Jacques Rousseau for ‘Deep Ecology,’ which equates humans with mosquitoes and ultimately calls for mass suicide.
The author, Peter J. Preusse, attempts to expand the Austrian theory of economics and ethics by adding the element of equality among humans.
Marx got some things right - but those ideas were not his.
The crucial point is whether the society is voluntary or not.
Whoever assumes state power will not remove it but become part of 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.
A constitution is a great idea, until you realize who makes the laws.
The state wants more than faith. It wants obedience.
A confusion that can even lead to civil war.
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.