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.

Evil Concealed by Money by Walter E. Williams
Williams' new book:
Let's talk about socialism, in America..."The forcible use of one person to serve the purposes of another"
The perceived virtuous coercion to get people to do things is the essence of government
The doctrine of self-sacrifice fits perfectly with statism
The glaring contradiction of "people are selfish and greedy," so they must be coerced
The irrational greediness of governmental bureaucrats knows no bounds
The alleged virtue and "good intentions" of government versus allegedly lessor others in the marketplace
Most people sense the wrongness of government, but they don't know what to do to fix it; they're not organized, for one thing
The nature of integrity in relation to immoral, unjust edicts
Feeling isolated by the repercussions for not complying with statists--and fearing being attacked by one's fellow slaves
People are really ambivalent about freedom and government
Freedom activist Lauren Canario's courageous and independent-minded civil disobedience
Lauren Canario was released from CT Prison yesterday
FTL did an in depth interview with Lauren:
NH: Lauren Canario returns from jail
The most disturbing documentary about statism, imo: "Taxi To The Dark Side" - Trailer
(full film, though link may become defunct at some point)
Five detainees ordered released "forthwith" after seven years at Guantanamo
Goes to show that authoritarian sociopaths have no qualms about putting innocent people in cages for indefinite periods--and torturing them
This is why we must strike at the root, at the meme of government itself; people really need to change their perspective about tyranny
No good end ever justifies using coercion against innocent people; government actions are never virtuous on account of this
"Compensatory justice" (i.e., getting one's "fair share" of the stolen loot) is a non sequitur
"Congress" is another widespread term of slavespeak
While the Founding Fathers were seemingly more aware of the principles of liberty than today's goons, they still sold out and used coercion
Case in point: James Madison, the architect of the Constitution
JM was instrumental in this:
The Constitution authorizes the initiation of force against individuals (e.g., the "power to lay an collect taxes"); therefore it's corrupt and contradictory to the core
No 'right person' can be in politics, because he or she refuses in principle to be involved in a coercive institution
A Dollar in Peril by Jim Davies
Creating cognitive dissonance by challenging individuals' statism memes (like voting); voting is violence, plain and simple
JD "Voting is one of the most immoral things one can do," because it's all about laying obligations on people
STR's powerful non-voting archive:
The collectivistic meme of the tribal premise &
What is life if you lose your curiosity?!?
A good question to ask others: Are there any aspects of your life that you'd like someone else to govern?
Anarchy simply means freedom to make your own choices
The youth are the main hope for a better world
What if government imploded and collapsed...would people really want it back?...would they miss it?--especially when entrepreneurs would quickly, cheaply, and competently provide any and all desired services
If you're getting a shoddy service and you don't like it, you shouldn't have to pay for it
What would we do without a communized police force!
Police Statism, Arizona style...
License-plate scanning catching crooks, raising privacy concerns
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bumper music "First They Brand You" (or "dodo-1") by friend and Free Stater Roger Grant; couldn't find exact link

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