Author Archive | Bill Wurst

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A Barebones Recipe for Change

To watch politics in America in a state of apathetic disconnection is really the only way to go. It is an amusing show, if it weren’t disheartening on so many levels. See, it is not that I am purely apathetic to the silly game. To the contrary, I am quite concerned with the dictates handed […]

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OWS: An Anti-State Perspective

OWS: An Anti-State Perspective

   The hyphenated anarchists can be a combative bunch.  I’ve done my share of arguing from an Ancap perspective, against sects of the movement I believe wish to achieve freedom- so long as it is done their way.  Tired and stale as the news on it may be, the Occupy Movement lends itself well to […]

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Is Free Market Capitalism an Oxymoron?

Kevin Carson‘s piece over at C4SS, “Free Market Capitalism is an Oxymoron,” offers a brief history of governments’ intervention in the formation of markets, which has led to the evolution of a modern form of capitalism more synonymous with feudalism than with free markets.  Carson argues that, were markets truly free to develop based on […]

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Dynamite the Makeup Artists

Divisions within the liberty movement create a formidable task themselves for any individual to tackle.  My personal tendency is to speak to those who are liberty-oriented already, as not to waste time with those who are perfectly willing to advocate violence against others to achieve whatever desired ends.  However, it may be useful at times […]

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Anarchism Without Hyphens Revisited

What unprecedented times we’re living in, and how ripe they are for freedom!  As leviathan states worldwide continue to oppress “their” peoples, defiance of the state becomes more widespread.  In the U.S., I have never seen such rampant dissatisfaction with the cosmetic changes that occur every couple of years; the changing of figure heads and […]

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