“The next libertarian revolution will be in Latin America”

Agostina Lorenzini looks nervous as we begin the call on Google Hangout: “Bill, you know I don’t like to talk about myself”. The humility is unreasonable, as it is for most people who contribute a lot and don’t mention their achievements. “The problem with today’s society is that stupid people are full of confidence and […]

De Réckbléck vun der Woch [20/2017]

Heiansdo sinn Nouvellen zu Lëtzebuerg ze kleng fir ee ganzen Artikel driwwer ze schreiwen, dofir hei de Réckbléck vun dëser Woch. De Réckbléck vun dëser Woch ass méi kuerz well ech un enger Konferenz zu Lyon deelhuelen. Wien d’lescht Woch verpasst huet, dee fënnt se hei.

France Wants To Introduce Compulsory Civil Service

This article is a publication for the European Students for Liberty Blog, which regularly publishes liberty-related news stories. You can check out my articles on my blog profile here.  The French parliament recently adopted an amendment to an “Equality & Citizenship” bill that will introduce a civic service obligation for thousands of young people between ages 18 […]

Universities Are Dead, Long Live Universities!

The essay writing service review website OmniPapers.com is organising an international essay contest under the topic of “The Ideal Higher Education Model For My Country”. Information on how to participate (until June 30th!) can be found here. This article was published (with an edited title) on BeingLibertarian.com.

Let 2016 be the year you become free

This article was initially supposed to be titled “Becoming a Libertarian could be the most exciting thing you’ll do in 2016”, but ultimately seemed too long (and was less of a catchy title, or maybe that’s just me). This article will simultaneously be (as an edited version) a submission to the 2016 Essay Competition of the Web […]

Peaceful Parenting for a Peaceful Generation

The Japanese Goi Peace Foundation launched the 2016 International Essay Contest on the theme “Education to Build a Better Future for All”. You can also apply for this opportunity (until June 15th!), more information on their website.  Listen to the podcast