I like web comics. So here are some libertarian themed web comics that I like :)
- Libertarian Humor
- Statens ovänner (swedish)
- Actively Disengaged
- Of Mice and Mud
- C-section Comics
Many anarchist libertarians claim it immoral to vote or to engage inpolitical action-the argument being that by participating in this wayin State activity, the libertarian places his moral imprimatur upon theState apparatus itself. But a moral decision must be a free decision, and the State has placed individuals in society in an unfree environment, in a general matrix of coercion. The State unfortunately exists, and people must necessarily begin with this matrix to try to remedy their condition. As Lysander Spooner pointed out, in an environment of State coercion, voting does not imply voluntary consent. Indeed, if the State allows us a periodic choice of rulers, limited though that choice may be, it surely cannot be considered immoral to make use of that limited choice to try to reduce or get rid of State power.
An excellent video from the Libertarian Party. It would be fun to make these videos in Swedish as well. :)
via Reason Magazine
A lot of things we’re taught are completely wrong. Nick Gillespie from Reason Magazine and David Boaz from the Cato Institute argue for ticket scalping, child labour, price gouging and more on the Stossel show. Great stuff!
via The Caudal Lure
Ron Paul in a superhero movie trailer. I like it! :)