My Quiet Life My Quiet Life

very busy

I am tremendously busy, hence the vacuous silence around here, but in the meantime, you can read me rambling about libertarianism over at Aunt B’s, or making fun of “bloggerblaster”. Or you can read about Moses Harman, who I think is my new hero:

Of the 19th century reform movements occupying a place in Kansas history such as prohibition, populism and women’s suffrage, none were more startling than those advocated by free-thought journalist, Moses Harman. Harman not only denounced all forms of government and religion, but also added a new dimension in reform by advocating that women be freed from sexual slavery by abolishing the institution of marriage. Although a complex person, Harman contended his creed was short. He believed in freedom, love and wisdom, and knowledge utilized. He further maintained that marriage destroys freedom and compels slavery, kills love, and incarnates hate, and is the inveterate foe of wisdom.

Now that’s what I’m talkin’ about.