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.

Civil Disobedience? - The Freedomain Radio Roundtable -
CD activism has typically been collectivistic in nature, thus not achieving freedom for individuals
Individual sovereignty is the ultimate goal of complete liberty
Statist media and memes make our political situation quite difficult
Most people believe that the status quo is the best way of doing things
Does Monopoly Create Wealth? by Jeffrey A. Tucker
Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo sentenced to 11 years on 'subversion' charges
The porn industry is thriving, despite its major lack of copyright enforcement
Proper Intellectual Property by Gene DeNardo
IP laws create conflict between what producers and consumers want
CDs have gone the way of the dodo bird
Even with a seller/buyer contract, it's not binding on third parties
There are No Good Arguments for Intellectual Property by Stephan Kinsella
People's arguments are typically emotion-based and coupled with fallacies
Most people start with the invalid premise that freedom doesn't work
Coercion doesn't work, and it contradicts the nature of human consciousness to make decisions
The brain was not designed...
Legalese is nonsensical verbiage that serves those interested in coercive power
Do any lawyers and judges study justice as a science?
Recent San Diego freedom activism...
Governmental extortion via property tax (parts 1 and 2) -
Taking on the California DMV -
So-called representative government fundamentally denies self-responsibility
"Public property," being a contradiction in terms, is actually statist property, controlled by authoritarian sociopaths
Intellectual Property and Libertarianism by Stephan Kinsella
Minarchism (any government) violates the principle of non-initiation of force
Those who involve themselves in government are thus engaged in criminal activities
The Case Against IP: A Concise Guide by Stephan Kinsella
A status quo creator perspective can foster control freakishness, and thus violations of others' property rights
Both democracies and monarchies plunder people, as they are on the continuum of insane behavior by human beings
Avatar raises interesting issues of consciousness and self-ownership
Dissecting Boldrin and Levine: An Alternate View of Intellectual Property by John deLaubenfels
Trying to control others' property is not only unjust; it also isn't good business
IP laws essentially turn all consumers into potential "criminals," even though they've not violated anyone's property rights
It's not good business to try to control what customers can and cannot do with what they buy (despite what Steve Jobs believes)
Will it blend? -
Government is the preeminent example of unhealthy human minds scheming to rope people into services and products not of their choosing
Stephen's Remix Challenge -
The Best Stephen Colbert / Lawrence Lessig Interview Remix - by Ludachrist -
Colbert Remix Challenge -
Stephen Colbert's green screen challenge...
That which is moral is practical
IP Crimes and Vices by Jeffrey A. Tucker
The ins and outs of the word "epoch"... ;)
You can't legislate morality; the punishment model of human behavior is sick and twisted
The marketplace involves constant emulation and improvement
Things in the public domain are used for further creativity and few choose to plagiarize
Buffy vs Edward: Twilight Remixed -- [original version]
What we need is a magic freedom squeegee, to deal with the magic statist soap
Taking responsibility is the main aspect of living freely
Further reading... Modern Day Protectionism by Vedad Krehic
Check out Daniel's site:
Brett's School Sucks Podcast:
Complete Liberty IP Chapter:
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bumper music "Zero Sum" by Nine Inch Nails

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