Complete Liberty Podcast
Show that promotes total respect for self-ownership, property rights, and personal choice--amidst the authoritarian/obedience-oriented political and psychological memes in American culture (and elsewhere). Basically, governments and all they entail are the problem, not the solution. Voluntarism (or market anarchism, or anarcho-capitalism) and customary law principles, in accordance with reason and dignity, spell the solution.

Economics of Police Brutality by Art Carden
All of the world's problems could be solved is we had clearly defined ownership
The contradiction of "public property" and the unaddressed fears of ownership
Psychology of Ownership
Competition is a civilizing force; externalities explained (they're all around us)
The Obviousness of Anarchy by John Hasnas
Riding shotgun with a cop; the-end-justifies-the-means argument to provide "security"
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Security comes with respect for individuals rights, not violation of them
'Competing' police forces follows from a privatized system (no "public property")
The ills of socialized/communized "services"--denying individuals self-responsibility
Crime is the Health of The State, The Kaptain's Log by Kapt Kanada, aka Manuel Miles
Statists practices of the fine arts of theft, rape, murder, arson, and duplicity
The Statist "justice" system grows with the creation of more unjust laws, i.e., those that infringe on individual rights
Government people protecting their own, essentially ensuring their own security, not yours
The practice of coercing you in order to "help" you; the immense propaganda needed to keep the sham going
Ayn Rand's contradictions about government and objective laws
Anarchy simply means "no rulers"--no tyrants allowed
The government is a naive floating abstraction; the meme of government isn't much different than the meme of God, except that government translates directly into violence
Projecting one's fears onto the marketplace, creating gangs of armed thugs in one's mind to somehow maintain the meme of government (which is a giant gang of armed thugs, btw)
More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime And Gun-Control Laws by John R. Lott Jr.
For a rights-respecting person, the freedom to defend yourself is absolute
Peaceful coexistence is impossible with the gang called government
Defining one's terms: "competing governments" as contradictory
A coercive monopoly in the realm of justice essentially ruins society
Rand's (and big "O"bjectivists') strain of authoritarian sociopathy
Basically, people's fear of conflict with other people enslaves them and perpetuates government
A coercive monopoly of "justice" services, i.e., government (even one funded voluntarily) will always provide unjust and incompetent and expensive "services"
One case in point: Laws against private electricity production commerce; Jon Udell's Interviews with Innovators: Jock Gill - On Energy, IT, Markets and Society
My experiences with the local mafia with a flag--parking ticket Nazis--who look to make criminals out of rights-respecting individuals
The brilliance of Ayn Rand was that she taught individuals to think independently and to use logic according to the main metaphysical laws (identity, causality, and non-contradiction)
Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology by Ayn Rand, Leonard Peikoff, Harry Binswanger
Objectively speaking, the coercive monopoly of government is a authoritarian mythology that contradicts the virtue of justice
The Biological Basis of Teleological Concepts by Harry Binswanger
Seeing "police" for what they are: individuals who join a gang that violates individual rights and only pays lip service to the virtue of justice (enough to hoodwink those they rule over and maintain their coercive monopoly)
Central planning is authoritarian sociopathy writ large--in which fears and love of domination deny freedom of choice
The most vile form of mysticism: the murderous meme of government, which has no "procedural safeguards"
Government as the preeminent violator of individual rights: denying people's capacity to choose a real upholder of justice
So naturally, real upholders of justice will be seen as threats to government
Understanding individual rights is simple: Don't hit people, don't take their stuff, and honor your promises (though no involuntary servitude is valid)
"Our Enemy, The Party" by SEKIII posted by Wally Conger
The ills of "partyarchy," i.e., vote-chasing and power-seeking; the absurd oxymoron of politician libertarianism
"The hopeless utopia of minarchy"
Distinction between politics and ethics, objectively speaking
Seeking freedom via the State is wrong; to be consistent, one must favor not only abolition over gradualism but also market over power as the means to achieve freedom
SEKIII: "The State loses by each free transaction committed in defiance or evasion of its laws, regulations and taxes; the State gains by every compliance with, acceptance of, and payment to its institutions. Thus does agorism create anarchy and partyarchy preserve the State."
Objectivists will always lose their argument for government to their more statist comrades
Coffee and chocolate are the key to long life by Richard Gray, Science Correspondent
bumper music "Letter From The Government" by Brother Ali

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