Anytime minarchists/diet libertarians come to me for a discussion, their most ubiquitous charge against anarchism is their versions of the "bad guys" or "warlords." This argument, just by existing, is the shifting burden fallacy. They are trying to get the anarchist...
Many liberty-lovers would consider themselves patriots, but is patriotism compatible with individualism?
The American culture has a paradoxical understanding of liberty. While Americans claim champion the idea of individualism, they are all collectivist.
To the anarchist, his natural rights are paramount. He does not concern himself with the laws of man, even though many of man’s laws are in accord with natural law, because of just as many conflicts with natural law.