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.

Collectivistic statist turf war insanity
King rejects govt's resignation, for now by Robert Wielaard
Governmental "officials" tear markets apart and extol self-sacrifical "public service"
D.C. Arrests Residents For Missing Jury Service by Keith L. Alexander
Forced "justice" makes perfect sense, doesn't it; coercion is "cooperation"
Jurors are essentially slaves of judges; jury nullification is illegal, sayeth "the law"
The legal system benefits government and lawyers and screws the enslaved "customers"
Once again, voting and jury nullification are not needed to achieve liberty; rather, people's independent mindset is
Legislature approves bill banning trans fats by Samantha Sondag
The 'land of ban' scoffs at the nature of property rights; public pressure is voluntary; governmental pressure is coercive
The most important thing in the world that needs protecting: Your right to choose
a couple interesting scientific articles related to cardiovascular health:
Lipoproteins and Atherosclerosis -- The Role of HDL Cholesterol, Lp(a), and LDL Particle Size
(just google the article title and click from there, if you get the annoying sign-in page)
Measurement of LDL and HDL particle size does not improve CAD diagnosis
Genetic-testing start-ups asked to stop selling in Calif. by Stefanie Olsen
Perfect example of the regulatory State; following the money trail and areas of corporate convolution
What a free market in medicine would be like: everything becomes more and more affordable
Bush lifts executive ban on offshore oil drilling
Politics in midstream, once again, based on central planning; rather, all drilling areas should be privately owned and regulated--and thus be accountable
here's a great blog post with lots of info:
The Oil Pricing Squeeze Is On by David Theroux
Deadliest job in America: Working on cell phone towers
OSHA fascists to the rescue! Give me a break; say goodbye to common sense and productivity; workers know their work best; rational tort law
All the most vile forms of tyranny come from the edict that "This is for your safety"--as if we should look to a coercive monopoly to protect us
The guiding light for people in the free market: Use your own judgment, do things reasonable and prudent based on the circumstances, and don't follow authoritarian rules for their own sake
Loss of personal control and belief in Higher Powers
Need for self-esteem and individual choice
"But Who Will Build the Roads" Market Anarchy Explained
The contradiction of government: Evil people controlling other purportedly evil people?
Death By Government by R. Rummel
The governmental employee modus operandi: passing the buck and shirking moral responsibility
They Didn’t Attack Switzerland by Bill Walker
The whole "war on terror" is ill-gotten; US government only protects their own (and even that fails)
Collectivistic thinking treats States as quasi-individuals; coercive government is the real problem, not a State that has an interventionist foreign policy
bumper music "All You Fascists" by Billy Bragg And Wilco

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