May 122015
 
Send Nobody to #PorcFestXII

Time for libertarian summer camp, Porcfest XII! This year Bitcoin Not Bombs is holding a #NobodyPrimary and will be selling the shirt below along with yard signs and bumper stickers from some of our favorite 2016 presidential candidates. Nobody is the ideal candidate! Nobody tells the truth, Nobody will fix the economy, and Nobody will stop the wars. Vote early and vote often. This shirt is now for sale as a pre-order for anyone who […]

May 042015
 
Stages of Disruption

Discussions of how Bitcoin will forever alter the financial landscape abound on Internet forums. Newcomers to the world of open source, distributed currency are excited by the prospect of cheaper and more secure e-commerce. Perhaps some recognize a nuanced conflict between Bitcoin and, say, Western Union or credit cards that will play out in an unknown fashion in the distant future. Still others, who have taken the time to study Bitcoin and the lineage of […]

Apr 212015
 
#DontExposeEvil And the winners are...

The winners are in! On a special liberty.me video cast (strangle hosted on Google hangouts) the top 10 winners have been announced, here they are in order along with the video embedded below.  Notbeinggoverned.com and crypto-graphics.com Liberty.me announcement video, So many great memes, thanks everyone! Liberty Is Rising. Darryl W. Perry FPP.cc Donzo Lysander Spooner FLActivist FTS Production Creative Destruction Feed Your Miner Positive Art for Bitcoin.     John N     Pete Eyre […]

Mar 202015
 
Google #DontExposeEvil - Pro Peace Meme contest

Just two days ago Google suspended Antiwar.com’s Adsense account after citing a violation of its violence policy. The violation was from a non-functioning advertisement code embedded in a 11 year old blog post showing photos of torture and abuse from the Abu Ghraib military prison in Iraq. In a post yesterday from gawker.com, Google admitted to acting hastily by not providing a 72 hour warning of the violation. The email from the Google representative went on to indicate […]

Feb 062015
 
Who Will Build the Roads? You Tell Us.

We don’t live in a libertarian world, so when we talk to people about libertarianism we often have to appeal to their imagination. This is particularly true when it comes to fringe issues like roads, dispute resolution, and security. People could do this. People would have the incentive to do that. We may be convinced, but to most people it’s just a nice sounding theory until they’ve seen some evidence. Fortunately, the evidence is out […]