James McGill Buchanan: the father of Kochism … that radical libertarian philosophy that is inherently anti-democratic. His original base was the economics department and law school at George Mason University, funded almost entirely by Koch Industries
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Anarchism: Libertarian, Socialist, or Just Crazy?
Published May 11, 2017 in Warp & Woof Anarchism: Libertarian, Socialist, or Just Crazy? William Sundwick What is anarchism? Since the mid-19th century, it has been defined as a political philosophy which is basically anti-statist, with the same Greek root as “anarchy.” It holds that the human spirit is throttled, never aided, by the variousContinue reading “Anarchism: Libertarian, Socialist, or Just Crazy?”
Link from AlterNet — Review of Move Fast and Break Things
Hate Peter Thiel? Larry Page? Get Jonathan Taplin’s new book, “Move Fast and Break Things” — he hates the digital monopolies, mostly because they killed the music business. Interview from AlterNet.
Early Links on the Future, 2017
Some news on the battery front: how ’bout a 10-yr. lifespan liquid battery? Anybody see a future for Transhumanism … in Libertarian Party? Lots of talk lately about UBI … practical in U.S.?