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.

Mobile Authority Resistance Vehicle and crew get harassed by border nazis
Captured Audio Reveals What Border Agents Think of MHD, Gun Owners & Testicles
Uniformed individuals disguise themselves in the cloak of virtue--that "gvmt is our protector"
NEW PODCAST BY BRETT - SchoolSucks Podcast: The END of Public Education
Upwards of ninety percent of Americans are indoctrinated to not question "authority" in governmental schools
Lewis Black's Root of All Evil
American Idol vs. High School - Opening Statements
American Idol vs. High School - Oswalt on High School
Unschooling parents understand that kids need to take responsibility and make their own choices
If you're not allowed to have freedom when you're a kid, how will you embrace freedom as an adult?
When your young mind is controlled by others, your decision-making ability is seriously compromised
Self-governing capitalism fosters self-regulation and self-responsibility
Statism fosters mass compliance and thus more acts of authoritarianism
A Simulation Study of the Psychology of Imprisonment Conducted at Stanford University
The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil by Philip Zimbardo
The tribal premise is still culturally predominant, which includes tactics of collective punishment
Stop Signs and Liberty by Jeffrey A. Tucker
The stop sign as a metaphor for the State
The more people reflexively obey the "authorities," the faster we devolve into a police State
There is no such thing as "citizens" or "States," so there exists no duties of allegiance or protection
Governmental "enforcement" attracts essentially control freaks who seek to dominate others and not honor property rights
Cases in point:
The military, rather than protecting us, is really protecting their own
Mexican gun control evils -
Conversing with a believer in government and liberty, curious about voluntaryism
It is not "our government"; one must beware collectivistic possessive pronouns
Everything the communists in government provide becomes the literal road to hell
Competition, coopetition, and cooperation all factor into providing highly accessible products and services of good value
Without control of the highways and byways, the way of life of coercive people ends rather abruptly
In for example Massachusetts, even road maintenance is beyond the capabilities of government
We don't know the optimal way for roads until they're marketized
Yes! 50 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be Persuasive
Secrets of Libertarian Persuasion by Michael Cloud
Arguments from effect and arguments from morality can both be employed, but the moral argument is key
Ultimately, an individual's relationship to "authority" is the crux of the argument
Ask basic questions about how a person was treated by "authorities" during childhood and their feelings about it
Advocates of statism commonly identify with their oppressors
Collectivism, statism, and tribalism all deny the rights and fundamental needs of individuals
Statism is arguably the worst form of collectivism/tribalism because it coerces people
Even if you believe that humans are violent and dangerous, that is yet another argument against government
People in power basically fulfill their prophecy of the badness of humanity
Governments are the modern incarnation of the violence historically perpetrated by society's thugs
A Fable for Our Times By One of the Unreconstructed by Murray N. Rothbard
If you want a voluntary society, you can start by freeing up your personal relationships
Speak the truth and strike the root with a principled message
If you can't opt out, then you can't legitimately opt in -
Protection is a realm of service that should not be exempt from the laws of economics and basic morality
There's no such thing as protection through aggression!
bumper music "I Fought the Law" by Dead Kennedys

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