The Case for Libertarianism

Libertarianism is the political philosophy according to which a person should be allowed to do as he (or she) pleases, as long as his actions do not harm others or put others at risk of harm without their informed consent. Unlike liberals and conservatives, whose positions on issues are the result of historical accident, the positions held by libertarians are derivable from fundamental principles, analogous to the way that Kepler’s laws, which describe how the planets revolve around the sun in elliptical orbits, can be derived from the more fundamental Newton’s laws of motion. In this presentation, we will compare the positions held by libertarians with those held by liberals and conservatives, and show how most major societal problems, including but not limited to unemployment, inflation, and the budget-busting rate at which entitlement costs are increasing, are the result of government policies and can be solved by the libertarian approach. The ideas put forth in this presentation by Stanley Korn (MWM) may seem radical to some and will require the attendees to be willing and able to think outside the matrix of our cultural indoctrination in order give these ideas serious consideration.

Stanley Korn received a B.S. in physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and did graduate work in physics and mathematics at the University of Maryland. He was employed by the Defense Department as a physicist, operations research analyst, and computer specialist; he has since retired. He is the former coordinator of the Metropolitan Washington Mensa Parapsychology SIG, a psychic reader, and an investigator of the paranormal. He is the author of four books, an inventor with six patents, and a Fellow of the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry, membership in which requires an IQ in the top 0.1%. Stanley has given presentations on a wide variety of subjects, all of which have incorporated his original ideas

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