Solo Essay Archive

  • Government? Why? — by I.M. Freeman

    “Why not just eliminate it?  Why do we have it?  What causes it to exist?  There are snide, quick retorts that can be used in response from any of a dozen or more political points of view.  But, I'm trying to ask a more fundamental question.  What fact or facts about reality dictate that government or something like it must exist?”

    published at Endervidualism on  October 8, 2005

  • Mrs. Boscio Wants to See You and Other Insights on Life — by Anonymous

    “I wonít put [things] off until some day in the future, when my work is done and I have time, because ... you donít know if you even have a future.” (Adult themes)

    published at Endervidualism on  January 8, 2005

  • Libertarian Ceremonial Magick — by Don Meinshausen

    “I have decided to give you the opportunity of smashing my favorite goddess. The reason I am doing this is that I believe you will have a religious epiphany and become awe-struck rather than striking her. But itís your choice. Are you ready....?”

    published at Endervidualism on  August 23, 2004

  • So You Want To Be A Marijuana Farmer? — by Matthew Bryan

    “Our purpose is to examine the ramifications of legalizing a substance that, in the past century, has infected our federal masters with an arguably unprecedented messianic zeal and unslakeable thirst for moralistic discipline.”

    published at Endervidualism on  June 11, 2004

  • The Muddle of Liberty — by Richard Rieben

    “From the vantage of someone wanting liberty Ė plain and simple Ė this exploration appears overdone and muddled. People who want liberty do not care to consider ‘what they are’ qua human being. ... They just want a practical plan. Now.”

    published at Endervidualism on  June 8, 2004

  • Confessions of a Libertarian Polygamist— by Anonymous

    “Why don't you hear about people like us? We're out there. There are a lot of poly situations around. There are lots of reasons why, unless people like me decide to talk, you don't hear about us.”

    published at Endervidualism on  March 23, 2004