Yeah, the summer’s almost over, and I’ve finished my August work for Center for a Stateless Society. In September I’ll be scaling back my work with the Center so I can better focus on graduate school. My monthly commitment is now 4 regular news commentaries and 2 irregular commentaries that can hopefully be offered as exclusives to various publications. The leveraging of voluntary organization to benefit all individuals involved continues!
Speaking of individuals, my August feature (the last regular c4ss.org feature I’ll be doing for a while), Social Individualism and Solidarity explores these concepts as foundations of a free society.
My first commentary of the week, And Real Criminals Go Unpunished is on the charges Ahlam Mohsen faces for throwing a pie into the face of a senator, and how ruling elites get away with murder. Mohsen has been released on bail since the article was published, but is still facing charges and investigation.
I wanted to emphasize a positive example of liberty moving forward or non-authoritarian organization in my second commentary of the week, so in Breaking the Information Monopoly I took a look at how the current information landscape is both breaking up established power and also provides an inkling of a free society in action.
And yes, there is a fundraiser. If you like what we’ve been doing to get more radical libertarian voices heard and more ideas examined, why not throw in some funds to help us focus on the important work we’re doing?