The Radical Center
Published in

The Radical Center

Why I’m an Auntie Mame Libertarian

Why do I remain a libertarian? It’s rather simple. It is for the same reason I became inclined toward the ideas of libertarianism in the first place — they make sense. I don’t mean all libertarians make sense. Some are raving lunatics, others just work overtime at being the “biggest douche in the universe.” Worse yet, they often succeed.




A blog for the Moorfield Storey Institute: a liberaltarian think tank.

Recommended from Medium

Contributions to the catalogue of intellectual animals

What could be better than a singular future determined solely by Google?

A New-look Motive Hierarchy for Human Flourishing: Updating Maslow with Personal Agency in the…

Two Underappreciated French Postmodernists

Socialism, Bastiat and the Blank Slate

On the loss of the self

The Triumph of Positivity Over Holy Terror

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
James Peron

James Peron

James Peron is the president of the Moorfield Storey Institute, was the founding editor of Esteem a LGBT publication in South Africa under apartheid.

More from Medium

Why the Trucker’s Convoy is an Assault on Liberty

The Pulse of America in brief — Media | Politicians | God — BCWorldview

The American Civility War

Who Deserves A Personal Pronoun?