Mon, 7 March 2016
Kind of a funny title given my stance on peace and tolerance but I think you're going to find my take on the subject quite refreshing. With North Korea now threatening nuclear holocaust on both the U.S. and South Korea it begs the question, "When can we take action to defend ourselves?"
Some libertarians will tell you it's never ok, but I think that is a hard case to make. I certainly don't have to wait for someone to take a swing at me before I defend myself. If you tell me you're going to hit me and then raise your arms up in a fighting stance, any reasonable person will consider it justifiable for me to take preemptive action to defend myself.
The real world is not as easy as theory. Each situation has its own set of circumstances that make it difficult to navigate.
But what if there was a way to ensure the fight never broke out? That the bully never showed up threatening to hit you? We talk a lot about a lack of good choices brought about by previous bad decisions. Today I'm going to present an interesting way we can overthrow men like Kim Jong Un without firing a shot.
There are very few problems liberty, and economic freedom cannot solve. That's what the show is about today. Enjoy.