MAKING ME LIBERTARIAN

MAKING ME LIBERTARIAN

Tired of being offered a choice between candidates who imagine they have the right to rule everyone else by force, when--in reality--their only skill is getting and holding office.

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No victim, No crime

No victim, No crime

The Angelic Doctor taught that criminal punishment “belongs to those sins chiefly whereby one’s neighbor is injured. Thus," he explains, "human law prohibits murder, theft and such like."

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Randy England

Randy England

Randy England is a writer, retired criminal defense lawyer and member of St. Peter Catholic Church in Jefferson City, Missouri. He is a former prosecutor and grew up near St. Louis, Missouri.

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Catholics cannot be libertarian because libertarians are selfish individualists.

The political left always equates individualism with selfishness. Individualism is a broad concept. As Catholics, we are not individualists in any religious or ethical sense. Regarding Church teaching on faith and morals, Catholic libertarians voluntarily embrace these precepts of the Church, else they would not be Catholic. Libertarian individualism lies on the spectrum between two

Catholic Questions about Liberty?

Catholics who object to libertarianism tend to base their objections upon misunderstandings about what libertarianism is. Complaint #1: There is more to life than liberty One complaint is that libertarianism is insufficient as a guide to Christian life. In other words, the critic claims (rightly) that the non-aggression principle is not the answer to every