Off-topic, but good post.
Interesting discussion of justice from the voluntaryist perspective.
I've often wondered how so many people who fear so much from government (here, gun-grabbing) all of a sudden turn around and demand that government wield the power to execute people for "felonies". How can you be so distrustful over small issues (not that gun-grabbing is itself a trivial issue), and then be so trusting when it comes to the power over life and death?
I've said it a million times: I have no ethical qualm with the execution of murderers etc. I simply don't trust our government (or any government) to carry out such executions. And I never will.
Anybody who trusts government that much is a Statist -- whether they care to admit it or not.