What libertarianism is

From the Mises Institute, an essay on what libertarianism is; an article on the trouble with democracy; it started with Plato: The issue is whether in the game of life the government shall captain the national team or shall act as referee; a review of How Capitalism Saved America: The Untold History of Our Country, From the Pilgrims to the Present by Thomas J. DiLorenzo; and why is capitalism so unpopular? From The New Individualist, a special section on self-ownership; and the 20th century brought sexual liberation, but it also brought anti-capitalism — so we now have the inverted situation in which sexual desire is fine and open, but the profit motive is the dirty secret: everyone does it but no one wants to say so. From Reason, "what you're left with is libertarianism": Greg Gutfeld on what guys like to read, what meth addicts do to toasters, and why liberals and conservatives are so annoying; and are property rights enough, or should libertarians care about cultural values? Richard Hoste on Ron Paul’s The Revolution and libertarianism’s fatal flaw. Do market libertarians believe their own hype?: Sticking to shareholder-value theories is nearly impossible. A review of The Libertarian Illusion: Ideology, Public Policy, and the Assault on the Common Good by William E. Hudson. Atlas Drugged: Her fans still find her intoxicating, but will the right ever truly embrace Ayn Rand, and are her new fans radical enough for capitalism? (and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more) Will everyone please stop freaking out over Ayn Rand?