Update to 2015 Plans

First published March 6, 2015 Since writing my last blog post “2014 in Review and Plans for 2015,” things have changed. For various reasons, I am planning to focus more on NLRBE-like businesses and family compounds, less on NLRBE-like intentional community legal structures, and not at all on either OAEC’s intentional communities course or Fair […]

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2014 in Review and Plans for 2015

First published January 21, 2015 2014 was a busy year for my practice. It involved a great deal of outward, physical activity, including NLRBE-related travel and an NLRBE-related, family self-sufficiency experiment. I expect 2015 to be different. I am currently leaning towards less frenetic NLRBE-related explorations. Why? *Important Reminder* Please remember that, by using this […]

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NLRBE & Libertarianism (Post 3 of 3) – Competition, Cooperation, Evolution, More on Morality, and Conclusion

Published August 30, 2014 This is the third and final post, in a three post series. The series questions some assumptions underlying libertarianism, from an NLRBE-informed perspective. It expands upon a written dialogue I recently had with a libertarian friend of mine. I thought the topic might interest other NLRBE-advocates. More specifically, the series covers […]

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NLRBE & Libertarianism (Post 2 of 3) – Property Rights, Morality, and Government Enforcement

Published August 30, 2014 This is the second post, in a three post series. The series questions some assumptions underlying libertarianism, from an NLRBE-informed perspective. It expands upon a written dialogue I recently had with a libertarian friend of mine. I thought the topic might interest other NLRBE-advocates. More specifically, the series covers the following […]

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NLRBE & Libertarianism (Post 1 of 3) – Introduction, Sustainability, and Decentralization

Published August 30, 2014 The series questions some assumptions underlying libertarianism, from an NLRBE-informed perspective. It expands upon a written dialogue I recently had with a libertarian friend of mine. I thought the topic might interest other NLRBE-advocates. More specifically, the series covers the following three issues that my friend and I discussed:    Sustainability […]

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