Author Archives: Ray

UPDATE: The Brainwashing of the World is Well Over Fifty Percent Complete — Don’t Allow It To Happen Further

You must watch the brief video clips below. You must. You have to see this to believe it. This is not about Donald Trump, and I am not a Trump fan. If you can watch this incredible footage and not see that it’s obviously staged — then, reader, something is very, very, very wrong. The…

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Individual Rights

Rights are a formal codification of human freedom. Rights are a specification of human freedom within societies. Rights state explicitly the fact that no other person or institution has rightful jurisdiction over the person or property of another. “Any State interference in private affairs, where there is no immediate reference to violence done to individual rights, should…

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Laissez-Nous Faire & The Principle Of Spontaneous Order

Laissez faire is first and foremost a beautiful notion: leave the world alone — it manages itself. In many ways this idea is the very seat of human civilization. The deepest roots of laissez faire extend clear back to ancient China —specifically to a man named Zhuang Zhou (also known as Zhuangzi, 4th century BC)…

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Censorship

No private action is an act of censorship. Only governments can censor. No private individual or platform, no magazine or press, no agency or business may rightfully suppress another publication by force. (Competition or competitive advantage does not equal force.) Only governments have the power to enforce silence and suppress with impunity. When governments do this,…

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Shall We Defund The Police Now?

What do you think? Shall we defund the police? Or how about Senator Tom Cotton’s suggestion back in June (2020)? Do you remember clear back then, when Senator Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas, wrote an opinion piece for the New York Times in which he suggested the U.S. military be deployed for the rioting…

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Fascism: a love story

The most popular fallacy in the world today is the idea that it’s inevitable that humankind is being carried toward socialism, and that this is a good thing. The books that have been written up to now have not succeeded in countering this thesis. You must write new books. You must think of these problems.…

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The Only Alternative to Acting by Right is Acting by Permission

Say it with me, please: the only alternative to acting by right is acting by permission. Recently on C-SPAN Anthony Fauci, who was against mask mandates before he was for them, said that “America has an independent spirit” but now it’s “time to do what you’re told.” Saying it with me, please: No!

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Eating a Forbidden Fruit & the Fact that there’s so much More to Life than Cowering in Fear to a Virus

To grasp a true understanding of economics — production, the division of labor, wealth-creation, which comes from the freedom of individuals to exchange goods and services voluntarily — is to eat a forbidden fruit: once you’ve chewed and digested it, you will never again be able to see the world as you saw it before.…

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It’s Never Been More Important To Think For Yourself

Here is one reason I say that: “China used artificial intelligence & big data to identify Americans likely to participate in Antifa and #BlackLivesMatter protests and then they sent them videos through TikTok on how to riot.” Of course we all remember as well, way back in April (2020), when no less than the New…

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Free Speech

Bad ideas, reprehensible ideas, evil ideas — they only pose a threat when people don’t articulate and stand up for good ideas. Bad ideas only flourish when they’re obscured by doublespeak and darkness, by equivocation, jargon, groupthink — when open inquiry and the free exchange of ideas is ridiculed and disallowed and leaders of the…

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The Free Exchange of Ideas Is Good

Ideas are good. The exchange of ideas is good. Thought is good. Thought begets thought. Ideas beget ideas. Energy begets energy. Wealth begets wealth. The universe is infinitely complex. Let people be free — free to exchange goods and ideas — and all people will grow and prosper and flourish as a result. Introduce force…

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To Kill A Mockingbird, Of Mice and Men, and Several Other Books Now Banned In California

It’s no secret that I love books. It turns out, though, much to my surprise, some books should be banned after all. At least, that’s what progressive-liberal democrats in California recently decreed. It seems that the Maoists and Stalinists are vindicated and were correct all along (they called it “book-cleansing” — a practice that’s good for…

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[UPDATE: HATRED: THE ONLY THING THAT LASTS] Here’s The Dominant Voice of Today’s Political Left: the Ideas and Ideology they Represent and for which They Fight, Yet Don’t Understand

UPDATE: THIS ARTICLE APPEARED TODAY IN THE POST-MILLENNIAL: Black Lives Matter protester and journalist filmed assaulting Trump-supporters on Saturday in Washington, DC, Brittany S. McAlister, 29, of Washington, DC, was caught on viral video assaulting at least two individuals. She is a third-year journalism student at Howard University and works as a freelance journalist. The…

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SexualHarassment, Sexual Assault, Racism: A Few Things About Joe Biden That May Have Slipped Your Mind

And I’m not just referring to his distressingly obvious cognitive decline, nor to the allegations of voter-fraud, which are not going away any time soon. “You got the first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.” — Joe Biden, in reference to…

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Methodological Individualism

The term methodological individualism was coined by the Austrian economist and historian Joseph Schumpeter, who also, incidentally, coined the term creative destruction, in reference to the “gales of innovation” which freedom of exchange unleashes. Methodological individualism is another way of saying individualistic method. Both terms denote “a principle of explanation, in which the individual human…

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