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I don't see joining his Galt's Gulch community as being my cup of tea but I'd like to see options for better communities to live in besides the entitlement towns that are so prevalent across the US.
Originally posted by badgerprints
Any attempt to remove ones self from the perfect and unassailable American Society must be the mark of insanity.
The desire to have a gold backed currency, an alternative to public schools or an alternative to the perfection of American cities must be the mark of an insane man.
Good thing we've got such erudite models of perfection to fill us in on what's really good for us.
We might have tried to think for ourselves.
Originally posted by davjan4
There' another one. In Idaho.
Originally posted by Kali74
reply to post by macman
That can easily be turned around to: So hippie communes aren't fine, they're crazy radicals trying to usher in communism but what Glenn Beck proposes is fine?
Originally posted by Vidpci
There is absolutely no question that every single thing Beck has done in the past 2 years has been a direct rip off and spin of Alex Jones. The man is a con artist and a piece of human trash.
istory is littered with failed libertarian utopias, but PayPal cofounder and billionaire venture capitalist Peter Thiel believes an artificial floating nation-state 200 miles off the coast of San Francisco could change that, according to a profile in Details magazine. And Thiel is putting his money where his mouth is, giving $1.25 million so far the Seasteading Institute, an organization dedicated to launching small countries on oil-rig–type platforms in international waters. Here, a guide to the "vivid, wild-eyed dream" of a Libertarian Island:
Originally posted by JBA2848You can watch Beck's 20-minute rant about the community, which he's dubbed Independence, USA, or you can turn to Right Wing Watch, which reports:
Originally posted by JBA2848
Glenn Beck is Planning a $2 Billion Libertarian Commune in Texas
(visit the link for the full news article)
Earlier this week, Glenn Beck announced that he was reinventing The Blaze, his online media property, as a global libertarian news network, complete with three foreign bureaus, a nightly news magazine, and, no doubt, lots of Beck himself.
Last night, he announced the next stage of his full-bodied embrace of libertarianism, which seems to be a massive commune inspired by "Galt's Gulch," Ayn Rand's utopian community in Atlas Shrugged.
You can watch Beck's 20-minute rant about the community, which he's dubbed Independence, USA, or you can turn to Right Wing Watch, which reports:
edit on 12-1-2013 by JBA2848 because: (no reason given)