Buy Free is Beautiful

Buy Free is Beautiful

Free is Beautiful by Randy England uses the scriptures, the writings of the Saints, and the Catechism to show why Catholicism is essentially libertarian.

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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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Libertarians and Abortion – Part 4 of 4: An analogy backfires

continued from part 3, here In part 3, Father James Sadowsky answered Murray Rothbard’s assertion that an unwanted, unborn child is a trespassing parasite upon the body of its own mother. In closing his reply to Sadoswky, Rothbard cited an analogy first proposed by Judith Jarvis Thomson in “A Defense of Abortion” (1971). Rothbard wrote:

Libertarians and Abortion – Part 3 of 4: A libertarian debate

continued from part 2, here In applying the non-aggression principle to abortion, the cordial sparring of two libertarians, one pro-life and the other pro-choice, is instructive. Murray Rothbard (1926–1995) was an American economist, teacher and writer, a student of Austrian economist, Ludwig von Mises and regarded by many as the foremost libertarian scholar of the