Gongol.com Archives: June 2017
And with times being tough in farming right now, expect to see more consolidation in agriculture
That's anarchism, not libertarianism. If your first belief is in the preservation of natural liberties, then some form of government is necessary. Coercion will exist with or without government power, so the only way to preserve liberties is to make sure that some form of coercive power is held by a government subject to rules, so that it can in turn prevent private individuals from coercing or oppressing others. You can't "smash the state" like an anarchist and effectively preserve liberty.
It's no small matter to raise the percentage of degree-earners among an entire population -- particularly one with extremely high poverty rates
Just one example of trials (among many) in retail
It already makes sense to implement "guardian angel" technologies on behalf of ordinary drivers and passengers on the roads -- but it also could serve to prevent the use of heavy vehicles as weapons against crowds of pedestrians