Ten Principles of the Reopening Retweet
“We’re all in this together” offers no ethical insight. It’s vaporware.
How should we act in these times? Would you prefer something solid?
Overlooked in all of the debates over returning to normal life, the virtues of masks, and more is kindness and tolerance.
Here’s a philosophy for how libertarians bring peace and harmony to a situation that Republican and Democratic politicians have turned into a virtual civil war.
It’s written by Jim Babka, co-founder of the Zero Aggression Project. He wrote it in his capacity as the Editor-at-Large at the Advocates for Self-Government, home of the World’s Smallest Political Quiz.
In this article for the Advocates, he explains how we should get through this next stage. He also includes one of the ZAP Mental Levers. In fact…
This piece is typical of the kind of thinking we’ve tried to promote here at the Zero Aggression Project.
Downsize DC Foundation (home of the Zero Aggression Project) refuses to take government-backed loans or grants (most nonprofits have). The State steals much, so we pass no judgments. But our message is that it is wrong to compel someone to pay for anything – especially for organizations they don’t like. Not everyone likes us, but we hope you do. In fact…
Your contribution can actually reduce the funds politicians get to play with – your support can be tax-deductible if you itemize.
ZAP The State and have a nice day.
I tried the link to the article at the Advocates just now, but the link didn’t work for me. I do remember it working in the past, there might be some sort of glitch.
Yay! The link is fixed, so I’m posting this to Reason. Thank you!