Hector Roos is a candidate representing the Libertarian Party in Florida’s gubernatorial race.
For all intents and purposes, your choice of political party in America is binary: Republican or Democratic, or so you’re told. Doubtless, this preserves us from the pitfalls of a parliamentary system, but isn’t it frustrating to know that, in this freest of lands, your options are so narrowly constrained?
Libertarianism offers a much-desired alternative. Hector Roos is here to offer exactly that.
From this episode, you’ll learn…
Whether or not government is necessary; the difference between libertarianism and anarchism; between having ordered liberty and being an untamed libertine; what distinguishes the Libertarian Party from the Republican and the Democratic Parties; if our Founding Fathers were truly libertarians at heart; the morality of shipping illegal aliens out of your state; Patrick Henry’s forgotten message, “Give me Liberty or…”; the constitutionality of abortion; the Maoist mind; and much more!
Is government Necessary?
Difference between Liberty and Anarchy
How is the Libertarian Party different from the Republican and Democratic Parties?
Were our Founding Fathers Libertarians?
DeSantis’ shipment of illegal aliens to Martha’s Vineyard
Florida’s authoritarian approach to the pandemic
How to win (fellow Florida resident!) Donald Trump’s vote
Is DeSantis the new Beto?
Give me Liberty, or give me…nevermind. You can take my liberty.
Abortion: How should it be legislated?
Is Abortion Constitutional?
Should the state be involved in Education?
: “Dred Scot v. Sanford” should be “Plessy v. Ferguson”
**To err is human, to forgive, divine** – Alexander Pope
(Do forgive me, all you gods and goddesses out there!)
Links to Hector’s stuff
Top Lobsta Shirts
Hans-Hermann Hoppe Article, What Must Be Done
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