Thursday, October 13, 2005
- Albert Jay Nock Albert Jay Nock 10/13/1873-1945)...
- New UNLV Hoppe-Bash?
- Jefferson's Evolution of the 1790's The Jeffersoni...
- Ministates An American Problem
- Henry George
- Tolkien, Benn & All That
- Cyrus The Great and the Inscription
- Tolkien's Ol' Kentucky Hole? Are Hobbits from K...
- DON'T TREAD ON ME!
- Idea of Liberty
Associate, Heather Foundation (founded by Spencer H. MacCallum); extensive research on Spencer Heath, the single tax movement, and proprietary community concepts.
More than any professional accreditations in mediation (over 1,000 successful mediations) and elsewhere, I am proud of fundamental and advanced courses taken from the Nathaniel Branden Institute (1967-68), Rampart College (renamed from the Freedom School, 1970-74, and remained close to Robert LeFevre for many years afterward), and the Free Enterprise Institute (1973-76, though never close to Andrew J. Galambos), for I learned more from these than any college or university.
Author: CLASSical Liberalism website, The Three Enlightenments (Santa Ana: Rampart Institute,1980), "George Henry Evans & The Origins of American Individualist-Anarchism" (in Benjamin Tucker & The Champions of Liberty: A Centenary Anthology, Eds. Michael E. Coughlin, Charles H. Hamilton, Mark A. Sullivan. Coughlin & Sullivan Publishers, St. Paul, MN: 1981)
Numerous articles in American Rationalist (1974-80), Rampart Individualist (editor 1980), A[theists] U[nited] Newsletter (editor, 1984-1990), Mediators of Southern Nevada Newsletter (editor 1994-97), Adoption Services-Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada Newsletter (editor, 1997-2003)
Organized the Long Beach [CA] Libertarian Seminars (1975-80) and the CLASSical Liberals of Las Vegas [NV] lecture series (1995-2002), which included courses on libertarian history.
Also written in various science fiction periodicals, including: Munchin' Mountain Oysters, Sippin' Boston Tea (personalzine, 1969-75), APA-L (LASFS magazine, 1969-72, SFALBulletin (Speculative Fiction Association of Long Beach, editor 1970-73), SitNorm (SNAFFU, editor, (1991-3