You know what’s tiring?
Being a libertarian.
You’re expected to be an expert on everything. How would A be done without the state? What about B? Or C?
Or what about section 3.2, paragraph 12, of local regulation PT-4488B?
Or these chestnuts:
Wouldn’t children be ignorant without state education?
Wouldn’t our banks be unstable without government regulation?
Wouldn’t people be dying from poisoned food without the FDA?
This is why I’ve covered such a diverse array of topics on the Tom Woods Show — not only because it’s fascinating to learn how society can function without a guy with a bullhorn ordering everyone around, but also to give you ammunition to shoot down the wide variety of objections we all encounter.
In my private Facebook group — the Tom Woods Show Elite (it’s actually a secret group, which means you can’t even find it with a search if you’re not a member) — I was thrilled to see this post the other day:
It’s one fantastic group.
If there’s something you don’t know, you can be sure someone in there does.
If you’re stumped, someone can help.
Plus, we just have a blast.
It’s the inner circle.
It’s this way: