Conor Friedersdorf, “Distant Death: The Case for a Moratorium on Drone Strikes” (via hipsterlibertarian, laliberty)
So I was catching up on what LALiberty’s been up to and saw this at the top of his page. “That’s a really good point expressed quite persuasively,” I thought, and hit the reblog button right away.
…then I noticed that probably the reason I like it so much is that I’m the original poster.
Oh well, still reblogging because it’s still important.(via hipsterlibertarian)
He is currently doing an AmA. I encourage anyone who doesn’t know who the Institute for Justice is to do some research on them. Anytime someone says libertarians don’t care about the poor, refer them to the institute for Justice. They are purely non-profit, they don’t charge their clients, and they sue governments on behalf of people whom cannot afford to in order to knock down legislation that holds the client back from being business owners. They are highly influential and have been involved with many different Supreme Court cases (and won 80%).
^^ All that.(via hipsterlibertarian)