Bieser joins the blogosphere
Scott Bieser, self-described "cartoonist, illustrator and libertarian pain-in-the-ass," has just launched his new blog. And so far, it's a doozy. Scott's the guy who illustrated covers for several libertarian books (including Vin Suprynowicz's The Black Arrow and L. Neil Smith's Lever Action). Most important, though, he's the fellow who illustrated the graphic novel adaptation of Smith's classic The Probability Broach.
Anyway, Scott's already tackled the touchy libertarian topics of immigration and looting on his blog. And just this morning, he spent some time explaining to socialist anarchists why lovers of a free market can qualify as anarchists, too: "Since we market anarchists want to do away with government, I'm not sure what else we should call ourselves. 'Anarchy' simply means 'no rulers,' it doesn't have to specify one economic arrangement or another."
This weekend, take a moment to stop by Scott Bieser's The Time Sink.