1789: "one who holds the doctrine of freewill"
(opposed to necessitarian)
1878: "person advocating liberty in thought and conduct"
1971 U.S. Libertarian Party founded in Colorado
The point of this post is that MOST people don't know who those guys were. Your downvote implies that you believe most people DO know who they were.
But I see your point.
Most people also don't understand that modern libertarian anti-regulation and anti-labor stance is brokered by huge businesses and pro-corporate influences. It is not at all about liberty for the working person, it is about liberty for the fat-cat industrialist.
My point is that if we are going to use a word, we should at least understand its origins and meaning and not let some propagandist co-opt the word for their own personal gain.
This is the biggest piece of dog crap reporting I have ever seen. The Swedish skinheads are at it again.
You sir are a master baiter
Governments are a bad idea
I got boner
No evidence he hate gays either
I suppose for a derby but not for most cases.
Gruesome and horrific, as are depictions of Mengele's experiments in Germany. There are many reliable stories of the USA also conducting human experiments (the infamous Tuskegee experiments being among the less gruesome.) People do things that make me shudder and in the name of "helping progress."
Thanks for sharing, even if I have no idea what this has to do with OP.
My fear of spiders is senseless. Unless it is a Black Widow or a Tarantula, most common house spiders or garden spiders are completely harmless to humans. I know that, but it does not assuage my fear.
If you accept the premise that many posters here are uneducated fools who do not trust the checks and balances built into the constitution then many unfounded rants are expected
It would be a waste of her time
Fewer death due to Islamic sponsored terror in America than under Bush. Good job Obama.
Shawty talk shit