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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Next Week: Biggest Week Ever!

So I hate to do this to you again, but I am going to have to post-pone one last time, that super awesome post I've been hyping for over a week now. I was going to schedule it for today, but then realized that just the day before Thanksgiving would be the worst time to post it. I think it's got a good shot of going pretty viral in the libertarian blogosphere and social networks, and I want to ride that wave for a week, not just a day before slamming into a wall because of Thanksgiving.

But this time I'll tell you what, I'll reveal what my super epic post is going to be: Next week, I am going to lead with a post listing one hundred objections to libertarianism along with libertarian answers and rebuttals, meticulously sourced with links to some great resources, videos, and articles to give you an in depth understanding and great talking points to answer each of these objections when someone makes one in every day conversation. How handy do you think that would be?

Keep your eyes out, because it's going to be big, and I'd love to get your help promoting and sharing it. Also, I've got some other great content I'm going to be publishing next week. There are several excellent, "ever-green" (timeless) posts that I wrote in the early months of this blog that many new readers haven't had a chance to read unless they've combed through this website's archives. I'm going to be republishing the best ones over the next couple weeks along with new timeless libertarian resources that will help you strengthen your understanding of libertarianism and your ability to effectively articulate its merits to the world around you. Get ready for a big week.

I'm bursting at the seams with excitement about my plans for the rest of this year. The Humble Libertarian is going to finish out 2011 strong! I'm so fired up, the only way I could cool down was by doing snow angels shirtless in the mountains of Colorado.

Your move, Vladimir Putin.

Wes Messamore,
Editor in Chief, THL
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