Freedom Conspiracy

Gary Greenberg's political blog: Promoting Agoranism, a system of political organization based on free trade, private ownership of property, voluntary contracts, and no soverreign governments.

It’s from National Review, so there should be a few clunkers from the Libertarian point of view. You’ll probably find a few you like here.

Number 10 is “20th Century Man” by the Kinks, which is from their “Muswell Hillbillies” album, which, during the years I actually listened to pop music, I thought the album, as a concept album was one of the most libertarian-friendly pop albums ever made.

I was a Kinks fan back then. Another of their libertarian friendly album was “Arthur (Or the decline and fall of the British Empire)” about a family moving to Australia to avoid the draft.

Another good Kinks album was “Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround,”, a critique of the music industry, which includes the infamous song “Lola” about sexual appearances and preferences (“Girls will be boys and boys will be girls It’s a mixed up, muddled up, sup world, except for Lola” as well as “Get back in line”, which includes the lyric, “‘Cos when I see that union man walking down the street, He’s the man who decides if I live or I die, if I starve, or I eat.”