Welcome to my home page. This site contains links to libertarian essays
explaining my self-defense paradigm of justice and describing
life in a free nation where the fundamental law is the non-aggression principle.
It also lists the people and books that have had the most influence
on my lilbertarian philosophy, and it lists the libertarian activities
I have been involved in over the years.
The site includes three books,
Enforceable Rights: A Libertarian Theory of Justice,
Halliday's Holidays, and
Quotations with an Atitude.
- Enforceable Rights
This book presents a libertarian theory of justice. It defends natural
rights, explains why we should care about justice, describes our basic rights
and property rights, contrasts justice and fairness, and argues that
justice requires an unhampered market and a stateless society.
This book was published as a 6" x 9" paperback on March 28, 2012.
Click here to buy one or more.
- Pieces from My Radical Libertarian Period
- My Formulations Articles 1996-2002
If you are looking for a reason to celebrate the day, or
you want an excuse to take a day of vacation from work, look up
the date in Halliday's Holidays, which, for every day
of the year, lists the
anniversaries of events that are worth celebrating (if you are
a libertarian or a NY Yankees fan or share some of my other tastes).
Quotations with an Atitude
A hand-picked collection of quotations on a variety of topics by
authors from the past and present. I have arranged the quotations by
topic and again by author, so you can look for them either way.
- A Principled, Middle-Ground Position on Abortion
- Libertarian Liability Law
- My First (And Only) Appearence in a Pornographic Novel
- Sarcasm and Silliness
These are short pieces in which I pretend to take a bad idea seriously and
apply it consistently.
- A Sketch of My Libertarian Life 1945-20??
- Book Reviews
Links to book reviews that I have written over the years.
- Book Notes
Links to notes about some of the books I have read over the years.
- The Private Option: Free-Market Alternatives to the State
My collection of links to thousands of articles by others that
describe how the free market has provided, or could
theoretically provide, services that are often associated with the state.
This page was last updated on October 1, 2012.
This site is maintained by Roy Halliday.
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