The FBI Wants To Ban Crypto: A Great Example of Why The Executive Branch Should Stay Separated From The Legislative

With the FBI continuing to hound, bribe, and threaten tech companies to add "backdoors" into cryptographic tools and applications, the lengths state power will go to fulfill its own ends regardless of the social cost becomes all the more apparent. Most legislators and judges do not know the most rudimentary basics of cryptography, and so …

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Activism and Revolution: Thoughts On Hong Kong and The PRC Part Two

This is a continuation/ update of my previous post Activism and Revolution: Thoughts On Hong Kong and The PRC. This is my commentary on the events of the current protest movement in Hong Kong as a Libertarian Marxist in the United States, my thoughts and ideas as to what is happening today and what is …

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Mass Media In The Modern Age: Big Problems, Big Solutions

This began as a rant on how I really hate Fox News, but then it turned into something more; an argument for the return of a kind of fairness doctrine on a libertarian basis, a critical analysis of Fox News and how it is similar to Stalinism, and an analysis on political religions, extremism, and …

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Activism and Revolution: Thoughts On Hong Kong and The PRC

Hong Kong and the Old Left Here in America the news that Hong Kong protesters stormed the main Legislature's building struck me with a rush of hope and excitement. As a student of history it is easy to understand how my minds conception of what was happening leaped to titanic proportions. I was hoping for …

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The Tor Hidden Service Mirror of Red Liberty is Back Online!

Years ago when I first put Red Liberty (then known as Thought Foundry Blog) up onto the censorship resistant internet (A.K.A. "darknet") I configured a Tor Hidden Service running an nginx webserver on an old Raspberry Pi I had laying around. As the blog grew so did the diversity of my readers. It alarmed me …

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The Seeds of An Idea: All Men Are Brothers

There is this thing I've had for a long time now, the seed of an idea not yet fully formed. When I try to put it on paper it comes out all wrong. When I try to connect the dots in the way my spirit understands, it comes out all wrong. It's something deep inside …

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Getting From Zero To Hero With I2P and Tor Browser on Debian/Ubuntu: A How To

This post is released under the GNU Free Documentation License Version 1.3 Usually this blog is about social issues, activism, politics, and so forth. But this post is a little different. You may be asking yourself, "What is I2P? Why is Red Liberty (a political blog) suddenly giving tech tutorials?" Well, I will explain what …

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