Blog Post #100

This officially marks my one-hundredth blog post! I first started my blog in December of 2018, began regularly updating it in October of 2019 and have been consistently writing here ever since. In late 2020, I migrated from my clunky old Blogspot page over to Medium, but all the older posts are still available on here as well.

Since I’m in a reminiscent mood, here’s a few of my favorite posts from the past one-hundred. Check em’ out if they sound interesting:

This post is here to serve as a milestone, but also for announcements on some other things I have in the works:

In addition to my Medium blog, I also write the Last Week in Liberty newsletter. It gives a breakdown of all the most important news stories of the past week from a Libertarian perspective. If you want to give it a read, you can find it here.

I am also planning on starting a podcast very soon. The vision I have for it is Austro-Libertarianism meets Hardcore History. The episodes will be long-form, probably at least 1.5–2 hours each, although that might change depending on the topic. The first episode is “The Life and Times of Richard Cantillon”, and should be out by the end of the year.

My first book, “Praxeological Ethics” is also in the works, and should be done very soon. Its been a work on in progress for nearly two years now, so I will be relieved to finally have it out and done. I am wary to put a firm date on it, but it should be out in early 2023 or so, but don’t quote me on it. I’ll give out more info on the book as I near publication, so be on the lookout for that as well.

Thanks for reading over these past few years. If you are learned or gained anything from my writing, then this blog has accomplished its purpose. Its been a good three years, but I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Big things are coming, friends, and I can’t wait for you to see them.



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