Thanks for the kind words. On your question, I don’t think there’s any one way that’s going to get us there. Policy change matters, and so electing lawmakers who value liberty, installing judges who enforce limits on the government’s powers, etc., all play an important role. As does helping voters to understand how a smaller, less intrusive state will lead to a more prosperous and safer world.

At the same time, I think there’s reason to believe that much positive change can happen without the government having much say in it. I wrote a bit about that here:

Political ethicist. Writer. Podcaster. Free Market Buddhist.

Political ethicist. Writer. Podcaster. Free Market Buddhist.