Tag: women’s rights

  • Persuasion vs Coercion in a Contractual Republic

    (From chapter thirteen of The Freedom App) State coercion displaces other means of addressing problems. It is so much easier and widely effective (in the short term) to simply go to the guy with the gun and pay him to force a law on others. Perhaps a person believes that wearing a seat belt in […]

  • Should (this) Be Allowed?

    We live during a time when public opinion is given enough gravity to become rule of law. You can scarcely open a daily newspaper (do people still read those?) – okay, you can hardly read an online news aggregator without seeing an article examining whether or not a group of individuals “should be allowed” to […]