Raymond B. Craib's new book recounts how Michael Oliver repeatedly tried to create a new country with a government funded entirely by voluntary contributions.
The Thai government thinks floating around just outside its territorial waters could justify a death sentence for seasteaders.
Chad Elwartowski sees the spar beneath his seastead as a floating middle finger to those who "want to control other people's lives through force."
Two libertarians now have a private home off the coast of Thailand-proof of concept for a world of more competitive governance and greater ocean environmental health.
If the bureaucratic hurdles can be jumped, a real seastead could be floating in French Polynesian water in 2018.
Jim O'Neill condemned by Gizmodo as "insane" for believing in regulatory techniques that can speed life-saving medicines to market
Doesn't give reason why. Also: Historical GOP convention declaration that he's "proud to be gay" flies fine with crowd.
You probably can't make a libertarian paradise in a Croatian marsh. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't try.