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Tag: green movement
  • Cooperative Communities, Libertarianism, and Learning from the Green Movement

    On the occasion when I explain my upbringing in Ananda Village, California, to fellow libertarians, I am often met with funny looks or a halfhearted, “That’s neat,” in response. Ananda, founded by J. Donald Walters (also known as Swami Kriyananda), is an intentional cooperative community celebrating its 43rd anniversary this year. The community of Ananda is, …

  • Human Beings Aren’t Pawns

    Does anyone remember last year’s Iranian presidential elections that spurred protests and upheavals over the fraudulent results? Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had beaten Mir Hossein Mousavi, but the Iranian people were none too pleased.  Now, there is strife of a similar nature, but much more violent, in Thailand. The recent civil unrest in Thailand is attributed to …

  • Iran: A Redundantly Flawed Foreign Policy

    If the United States is to learn anything about Iran it is that American foreign policy is substantially flawed and reckless. The US has a long history of a hundred years of brutal occupation, masked liberation, interventionist ideals, and proxy warring ambitions. The fundamental question is whether United States foreign policy has truly served the …