Since Jan 22, 2002
Location: Richmond, Virginia
Hobbies: Stringed instruments, home brewing, reading philosophy and history, gardening, kayaking and being a daddy.
Intellectual infleuences: Lysander Spooner, Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, Ayn Rand, Claire Wolfe, Wendy McElroy and my own reasoning mind.
I am fond of American history and inspired by both The Whiskey Rebellion and the anti-federalists of the late 18th century who thought that the US constitution was a big government scheme. I believe in individual sovereignty, private property, the market process and voluntarism.
If I could effect one change on today's fedgov it would be simply to enforce the Bill of Rights.
To those who advocate collective action through the state I ask: In light of the fact that constitutions do not effectivly limit the state, how is limited government possible?