Archive | April 27, 2009

In Beigest Day, In Plaidest Night

Once upon a time there was kryptonite, and it was green, and it was good. (I mean, storywise good.)

Then they added red kryptonite, gold kryptonite, blue kryptonite, silver kryptonite, etc., etc., each one with a different effect. And it was … kinda dumb.

Once upon a time there was a Green Lantern Corps ….

Gil Guillory named Research Associate


Libertarian writer and entrepreneur Gil Guillory has been named Research Associate.

AUBURN, ALABAMA – April 27, 2009 – Libertarian writer and entrepreneur Gil Guillory has been named Research Associate of the Molinari Institute. In his role, Guillory will continue his research programme on a business model for private security, Subscription Patrol and Restitution.

Guillory has authored, co-authored, and presented papers on Subscription Patrol and Restitution since 2006. All of the work is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution, and is available on a web archive. Guillory has written for,,, and His most recent publication was “The Role of Subscription Patrol and Restitution in the Future of Liberty,” co-authored with Patrick Tinsley, and published in Libertarian Papers.

Gil Guillory and his dinnerMolinari Institute President Roderick Long said of the move “Gil has demonstrated a commanding knowledge of private security, taking a hard-nosed business approach to market anarchism. We’re very pleased to announce Gil is joining the Institute.”



The mission of the Molinari Institute is to promote understanding of the philosophy of Market Anarchism as a sane, consensual alternative to the hypertrophic violence of the State. The Institute takes its name from Gustave de Molinari (1819-1912), originator of the theory of Market Anarchism.

Roderick T. Long
Molinari Institute

Go Read a Bunch of Stuff

Charles has a new post on W’a L’ma R’t. Stephan replies here, albeit to arguments different from those Charles actually gave. Also check out this long thread on Da Leftlib and related issues (wherein it transpires inter alia that William G. has doubts about “the Carson/Long project,” though I’m not entirely sure what that is).

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