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.

Using the guns of government--for the "good" of whom?
Report: 60 Million People You'd Never Talk To Voting For Other Guy
The endless rationalizations for unjustifiable statist coercion
So-called informed voters as the most corrupt
The contrary definitions of the word anarchy
Who gets to enforce their views on others? Voters, of course
Contrary to a democracy and even a Constitutional republic, in a just society there are no irreconcilable conflicts between individuals
"Conflicts" of Men's Interests by Ayn Rand (audio)
Local governments as biggest meddlers in our lives, who coercively monopolize whole swaths of the economy and extort money from individuals
The fallacy of the night-watchman State
Cognitive dissonance people retain between the nature of the market and government
Ominous parallels from Nazi Germany; collectivism and kowtowing to authority
The moral corruption in seeking a "license," getting approval from an unjust organization of people
Regulatory madness under the guise of "protection" of consumers; selling the regulatory racket...
How can someone claim to possess the authority to override your life and property? "Because I say so!"
Parental mistreatment of children's wills, inducing fears and destroying their semblance of rationality with mythologies
The article we didn't cover, for obvious reasons: The Case for Obama by Bruce Ramsey
None of the Above by Doug Casey
Five reasons why you shouldn't vote: 1) it's unethical 2) it compromises your privacy 3) it's a degrading experience (begging for your freedom) 4) it just encourages the bastards 5) your vote only counts in the sense that it makes you complicit in the crimes inevitably committed by its recipient; and, of course, voting booths are merely suggestion boxes for slaves
A libertarian political party is contradictory; ballots can't be cast to determine and uphold principles
An encounter with SEK3, who wrote:
Why don't we vote for whether or not extortion is permissible in society! if you could really change things through voting, it would be illegal; the coercive funding of government is the crux of the issue
The end of "public property" spells the end of government, which is why people always bring up "the roads" argument--they sense the demise of mommy/daddy government if the roads are privatized
The authoritarian triad of family, church, and state
Give me Libertarianism by D. Allen Kerr
Live and let live; don't hit people and don't take their stuff
Unrugged Individualism: The Selfish Basis of Benevolence by David Kelly
Contested Legacy of Ayn Rand: Truth and Toleration in Objectivism by David Kelly
(The rebuttal: FACT AND VALUE by Leonard Peikoff, Ph.D.
Viable Values by Tara Smith
The fear of anarchy and our ambivalence towards it (and thus towards freedom)
Everyday Anarchy by Stefan Molyneux
Extremism in defense of liberty is no vice; extremism as smear word and anti-concept
Free Talk Live ( promoting the good memes of anarchism under the pragmatic watch of the FCC
All humans are created equal; therefore, no one can rule over an equal
20/20 - Politically Incorrect Guide To Politics by John Stossel - Pt. 1 of 6
20/20 - Politically Incorrect Guide To Politics - Pt. 6 of 6 (not present on
(Check out the terracrat's despicable response to Stossel's sarcasm about why government just doesn't subsidize everything if it's so damn good; approximately 7'15" into the clip Pt. 5 of 6:
The immoral premise of statist "education": coercion is necessary to provide a service--the end justifies the irrational means
Spontaneous order of markets, i.e., individuals making their own choices based on their own context, needs and knowledge
Government fails, not only empirically, but also ethically
L. Neil Smith's inspiring words, once again, beseeching people to get government out of the way of their own potential for immense prosperity
Unanimous consent and the utopian vision by L. Neil Smith
Strip the veneer of legitimacy from governmental employees, and you reveal simply a group of violent thugs
Freeing your personal life is key to freeing society; lifting the black cloud of oppression from your life
The governmental gang as the root cause of other gangs
Childhood acceptance of the argument "Because I said so!" leads to cognitive and moral dissonance (bad things must be ok because good people do them)
We always have the choice to do the right thing or the wrong thing--and to pretend we're not aware of it
Security can't be provided by those who extort money from you!
Pain caused by denial of the truth; "owning" one's pain and letting go of it; being optimistic and curious
bumper music "A New Philosophy" by Zen Mechanics

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