Saturday, December 28, 2013

Recommended Reading

Edwin Lyngar, one-time Ron Paul delegate, explains why he considers himself a former libertarian. Here's a particularly relevant bit:
The best parts of the America I love are our communities. My libertarian friends might call me a f***ing commie (they have) or a p***y, but extreme selfishness is just so isolating and cruel. Libertarianism is unnatural, and the size of the federal government is almost irrelevant. The real question is: what does society need and how do we pay for it?
Read more here.

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