In my last post I lamented the dearth of good news for Libertarians and promised to keep looking for more. I thought I’d start with some items that deal directly with the relationship between liberty and happiness. Here are some blog posts on the subject. Kudos to these writers for staying positive. I think this is a key to attracting more people to Liberty.
Money Happiness Credit: lodrakon: Dreamstime“I’ve been rich and I’ve been poor. Believe me, honey, rich is better,” the vaudevillian Sophie Tucker quipped. Tucker’s witticism will not strike most of us as controversial.
Randy Barnett was flown in from the US to talk on natural rights, and the perceived radicalism of libertarianism, but the point I found most poignant was: ”If you want to stay in this libertarian game, your happiness cannot be …
I was going to write a nice piece on the situation in Greece, talking about why nothing that the Greek state is planning to do will solve any of their problems, but I’ve come to conclude that it’s not even worth commenting on.