Are you libertarian -- but fed up with libertarians divorced from reality?
Can Western civilization survive limitless immigration from Third World populations with no tradition of natural rights or the rule of law?
Can American liberty survive so long as the U.S. government ceaselessly crusades for "democracy" around the globe -- instead of, as George Washington argued for, avoiding "foreign entanglements and alliances"? (And what's with U.S. maintaining countless troops and bases in more than 140 foreign countries anyway?)
Do you believe "neoconservatives" with their Establishment GOP allies on the one hand, and Left-libertarians and "liberventionists" on the other, all gravely threaten freedom at home and abroad much as do socialists and "progressives"?
If so, the paleolibertarian movement may be for you.
Begun as an alliance of libertarian-minded conservatives who sought to shut down the US empire once the Cold War had ended and of Rothbardian anarcho-capitalists, paleolibertarianism now flourishes, drawing on the best of Austrian economics, paleoconservatism, secessionism, "anti-federalism" (true federalism), and old-fashioned American "isolationism" (neutralist, non-interventionist foreign policy).
These are general tendencies. This is no cult, and there's no regimented party line.
Paleolibertarian-minded figures include Ron Paul, Lew Rockwell, Alex Jones, Peter Brimelow, Joe Sobran, Thomas Woods, Thomas DiLorenzo, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Andrew Napolitano, G. Edward Griffin, Richard Maybury, Justin Raimondo, and the late Aaron Russo.
Paleolibertarians draw inspiration from the antiwar "Old Right" (like H.L. Mencken, A.J. Nock, Rose Wilder Lane, Garet Garrett, Frank Chodorov, and Murray Rothbard), the Founding Fathers (especially Jefferson and the anti-federalists) and such giants of the European classical liberal and natural rights tradition as Mises, Spencer, Acton, Cobden, Bastiat, and Locke.
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