One mark of an ideologue is the tendency to rewrite the past. Single-issue anti-war paleolibertarians have done so as of late, forgetting their former concern with matters domestic (race, immigration, and the welfare state) and generally revealing their abiding tendency: an immature obsession with purity and an utter lack of ordinary patriotism. Arthur Pendleton has the scoop at Vdare.
There is something more than a little bit weird among the small (but vocal) faction at Mises-Antiwar-Rockwell mimicking whoever they happen to be cooperating with at the moment. In the 90s, it was guys like me. In the 60s, it was anti-Vietnam activists and the Black Panthers. Today, it’s schmucks like Noam Chomsky . . . again.