The Liberty Forum (http://www.freestateproject.org/libertyforum)
Exploring the many paths to liberty...and taking the objectively valid one
The key educational path of unschooling (http://www.holtgws.com/whatisunschoolin.html)
It's important for new intellectuals to challenge the contradictory philosophies of present intellectuals, so that truth and mutual respect can prevail in society
An objective ethics (values and virtues) demands the best of everyone
How Do You Divorce Your Government? by Russell D. Longcore
Are we witnessing the battered spouse syndrome, wit large?--more like children abused by domineering parents; Mommy/Daddy Government presides over our lives
"Citizens" allegedly have a duty of allegiance to the State, in return for the "State's" protection--both of which are utterly false notions; search on YouTube: Liberty Forum 2009 Marc Stevens
Do rights exist? Well, do freedoms exist? Or how about justice? All these concepts are valid and identify proper behavior
As long any person disagrees with the political structure and are forced to comply anyway, that political structure is unjust and immoral
Americans have never experienced complete liberty; there was never, ever a "happy marriage"; and, government is never chosen like a spouse is chosen, so the battered spouse analogy is less accurate than the obedient child/domineering parent model
Those in the institution of government benefit from creating victimless crimes
Intellectuals who are supported by statism don't want to bite the hand that feeds them, which is explained in the following book:
How (Not) To Achieve Freedom by Stefan Molyneux
I’ve Evolved … into an Anarchist by George Donnelly
The magnificent PR campaign of government, making victims look like criminals!
The thugs in government aren't the only problem; those who aid and abet governmental memes are just as problematic
How to Be a Successful Tyrant: The Megalomaniac Manifesto by Larken Rose
Kicking the Dragon (Confessions of a Tax Heretic) by Larken Rose
There is no hope for "reforming" government; institutionalized, unjust coercion must be abolished, not reformed
Statists realize that trying to reform government into something that upholds liberty is futile
Words of Kryptonite for the statist and for statism: I do not consent
Those who choose not to respect others and their property ought to leave or be incarcerated
No person has the right to nullify another's choices; choosing to deny choice is contradictory
Who owns you? Glenn Jacob's (http://libertyradiounderground.com/) answer: http://media.switchpod.com/users/citizenx/SelfOwnership2.m4a
George Donnelly's stellar to-do list:
"Study the works of authors such as Lysander Spooner, Samuel Edward Konkin III and Murray Rothbard.
End my membership in the LP and BTP.
Cease all donations to political parties, candidates or organizations that participate in the electoral process.
Hand over de facto control of the LP Transparency Caucus and shadow bylaw and platform committees to someone else (if anyone even wants them). I will also be ending the 'My LP' and Libertarian Party Candidates projects.
Search for ways to work for greater liberty, without supporting governments.
Evaluate all of my activities with the goal of ending any and all support for governments.
Actively withdraw my consent from governments."
If people acted on their own like those in government, they'd be put in jail by governmental workers
Obama secretly ends program that let pilots carry guns
Parade Of Interchangeable Starlets Delights U.S. Populace
We need to see life as it should be and ought to be; we need fuel for the soul
Heroism is demanded of us to foster a better world
FDR1233 Free Will, Determinism And Self Knowledge - Part 1
What would aliens think of humans' beloved moral/political contradiction of government? Humans are presently unenlightened
There are no necessary evils; evil is always unnecessary
bumper music "Hey World" by Michael Franti & Spearhead
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