This idea of mine and some friends from 2006 never got off the ground.
Thursday, August 10, 2006
Our name is drawn from an example by Walter Block. In Radical Privatization and other Libertarian Conundrums, for example, Block noted that under libertarianism, a “murder park” would be legal–“where people may shoot one another, provided only that all of them had agreed to take part in this game, and there are thick walls so that no outsiders are shot”.
The point, of course, is that the basis of all political norms is private property, which permits property owners to establish the rules of use of their property.