Compromising the Uncompromisable

by Walter Block The market contains fail-safe mechanisms to help those who are subjected to discrimination. A consistent libertarian philosophy must come out for a total repeal of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The law either is unnecessary or irrelevant. Efforts to claim that special legal privileges for minorities are reparations for years of […]

The Freedom of Association

By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. June 1, 2010 It seems incredible that in the last days, a fundamental right of the whole of humanity, the freedom of association, has been denounced by the New York Times and all major opinion sources, even as a national political figure was reluctant to defend his own statements in […]