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.

People protest a lot of things about government, but rarely its monopolization of so-called justice
Governmental tyranny boils down to violating property rights
If those in government were truly concerned about your rights, they wouldn't be the first ones to infringe on them
The epic myth of Libertarian slavery by Kevin Joseph Tull
BIG UPDATE regarding Daniel's enslavement in the Navy (HE'S BEEN RELEASED):
Military contracts are invalid, as they are not based on freedom
GTMO prisoners who are depraved of due process are used as a tool for political fear-mongering
The U.S. military, via politicians, creates blowback threats to Americans, while violating their (and others') property rights in the process
The real issue is the rights-violations perpetrated by those in government; government itself is the main problem regarding threats to our lives and well-being
Psych 101: Locking up individuals for years without any due process would naturally foster homicidal (and suicidal) thoughts in them
All rights originate from property, first and foremost self-ownership
Imagine government running the cell phone industry...of course, the FCC and lobbyists have done a number on it already
The FCC extortionist and regulatory racket, which ultimately costs consumers billions and results in greatly inferior services:
The fantasy of monopolistic justice will remain so
Returning to the four pieces of paper (the USC) won't fix the moral contradiction of government
You cannot be required to obey a contract once you disagree with it, which would be acting as if you no longer have volition
In other words, you can't sign--and bind yourself to--a valid contract without your consent throughout the entire contractual term
Walter Block's monstrous contractual contradiction: Privatizing Rivers and Voluntary Slave Contracts by Walter Block (links to his other papers within)
Using volition to deny volition involves concept-stealing:
You have to be exercising volition in order to keep a contract, so a contract of enslavement is both unjust and epistemologically absurd
Clarity of concepts is key...
People who use, or advocate the use of, initiatory force against others (or even themselves) exempt themselves from rational, volitional discussion
Excluding competition in the realm of justice is itself a form of injustice -
Why are you doing this to me? Why do you hate me so much? by samadamscw
Jan Helfeld checkmates Bill Richardson on Government and Rights
Stefan Molyneux checkmates Jan Helfeld on the contradictions of minarchism:
No one possesses the right to initiate force against others, so it can't be delegated to those in government either
Miniarchism is statism in principle, so advocating it means that the irrational, immoral, unjust meme of government remains intact
Dear Robert Ringer, by Carl Watner
Bill of Law by Michael van Notten -
Root striking Hans Hoppe:
Either you have property rights or you don't; public property is a contradiction in terms
When government exists, disobedience is the ultimate crime
Once the "legitimacy" of government is shattered, the people in it have nothing left but violence (just like a petty thug on the street)
"The mark of a truly civilized society should be 'the triumph of persuasion over force'" C.W.
If you advocate coercion, you're advocating a worse off life for yourself
Let's have protection without violation of our rights!
Fears, lack of trust, and obedience to authority all contribute to pseudo self-esteem and controlling others
Government is the last link in the corrupt philosophical chain, representing a culture of mediocrity
What's good for the individual is good for the collective, but not vice versa
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True justice agencies will focus on restoring victims, not creating them
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