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Posts tagged as “Non-Aggression Principle”

“Libertarians for Trump” Launches Website

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Dr. Donald W. Miller today announced the creation of a new website for the organization “Libertarians for Trump” (LFT).  The website is located at http://libertariansfortrump.org/

As stated on the website, Miller, a retired cardiac specialist, co-founded the group, along with economics professor Walter Block and retired economics professor Ralph Raico, in order “to advance Libertarian values and discussions in the 2016 Election.”  … Read more ...

George Dance at the Nolan Chart: Non-Aggression and Self-Refutation

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J.H. Bennett argues that the Non-Aggression Principle, used as a basis for law, is self-refuting, and believers in it must therefore be pacifists. How sound is his argument?

The Non-Aggression Principle, or NAP — the principle that it is morally wrong, and should be legally prohibited, for any person or group to initiate force against any other person or group — has long been central to libertarian political thought.… Read more ...

David Colborne: The Libertarian Party of Nevada and the Non-Aggression Principle

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Mr. Colborne saw our discussion on IPR regarding Brett Pojunis, LP of Nevada’s current chair and candidate for the chairmanship of the Libertarian National Committee, rejecting the Non-Aggression Principle (NAP). I asked in a comment if this was a recent development, and David contacted me with some information.Read more ...