The quartering of soldiers on private property was a real, pressing threat to liberty when the Bill of Rights was drafted.
Can we ground a libertarian political philosophy in existentialist moral anti-realism?
President Buchanan amassed the largest fiscal imbalance of a pre-Civil War administration not engaging in a foreign war and that fact only scrathes the surface of his shortcomings.
Natural rights underdetermine a society’s legal institutions and leave the door open for a much larger state than minarchists or anarchists want.
Ross Levatter argues that a thought experiment Jason Brennan uses to test our intuitions about the morality of markets has too many problems to genuinely be helpful.