Left-libertarianism in the news

I don’t know if this is a first, but left-libertarianism is a news item on the Las Vegas Sun: Group’s bane: The man

Every Thursday at 6 p.m., the anarchists set up shop in a side room at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on Maryland Parkway.

They blanket two folding tables with a spread of literature that ranges from the militant-sounding “(Expletive) Neoliberalism, (Expletive) Borders: An Anarchist Look at World Trade,” to the more tempered “Don’t Owe Nothin’: A Practical Guide to How You Can Stop Paying for War by Living Simply and Eliminating Your Tax Liability.”

Green-lidded containers that used to hold powdered Parmesan cheese serve as donation jars for radical causes. A tall, rectangular trash receptacle made of wood doubles as a lectern.

These are the trappings of the Las Vegas Anarchist Cafe — a weekly powwow for anarchists and the “anarchy-curious.”

3 thoughts on “Left-libertarianism in the news

  1. David Gendron June 4, 2009 at 15:52

    Interesting!

    I don’t know if a thing like that will occur in Quebec some day….

  2. tism June 5, 2009 at 00:04

    “Eliminating your tax liability”

    How do you eliminate something you don’t have? Rhetorical question, sorry.

    “(Expletive) Neoliberalism, (Expletive) Borders”

    (Expletive) censorship!

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