Finding Beauty in Disaster

"I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I can see it, but because through it I can see everything else. "-C.S. Lewis.


Cody. 20. Male. Northern Virginia, USA. My main interests are music, Anarcho-Capitalism, God, video games, tv shows, comics, and guns. Feel free to talk to me. My ask box is always open.

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Labor Unions Are Anti-Labor

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undesirablle:

Maybe This Place Is The Same but We’re Just Changing // Real Friends 

undesirablle:

Maybe This Place Is The Same but We’re Just Changing // Real Friends 

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deathbeforedigital:

willcub:

Truth.  

Err’day

deathbeforedigital:

willcub:

Truth.  

Err’day

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grinned:

Citizen. by sadiefederspiel on Flickr.
-citizen-:

being as an ocean//this loneliness won’t be the death of me
my picture and my edit

-citizen-:

being as an ocean//this loneliness won’t be the death of me

my picture and my edit

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craiganthonywells:

rtrixie:

You are now aware that the soviet union kept using the nazi concentration camps after ww2 and erected other prison camps to imprison tens of thousands of people, most of them innocent, whom they suspected of being a nazi, or simply a dissenter, liberal, social democrat or any other group the communists disliked. A few thousand of those imprisoned in the former kz buchenwald alone died from starvation or sickness.

This is communist rule.

das not reeeel communism

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There is no reason why capitalists and entrepreneurs should be ashamed of earning profits. It is silly that some people try to defend American capitalism by declaring: “The record of American business is good; profits are not too high.” The function of entrepreneurs is to make profits; high profits are the proof that they have well performed their task of removing maladjustments of production.


Of course, as a rule capitalists and entrepreneurs are not saints excelling in the virtue of self-denial. But neither are their critics saintly. And with all the regard due to the sublime self-effacement of saints, we cannot help stating the fact that the world would be in a rather desolate condition if it were peopled exclusively by men not interested in the pursuit of material well-being.

—   Ludwig von Mises, Profit & Loss (via laliberty)