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.

Americans to Undergo Preschool Reeducation in Advance of Country’s Conversion to Communism
Coming to terms with communistic principles in America
The Timeless Allure Of Communism:
Once the State controls education, the rest of the insanity naturally follows, such as forced "sharing"
The double bind lessons from kindergarten: don't hit people and don't take their stuff; and, don't be selfish and share your stuff!
The power of language to shape thought...defining anarchy, for instance
It is essential to define one's terms in order to understand both concepts and reality
The folly of basing one's conclusions on other people's conclusions--social metaphysics
The ways that emotional issues can block logical analysis ( and the mental trickery of rationalizations
The nature of pretending that governmental "services" are voluntary...
The latest from Mordor:
There's no such thing as "voluntary universal" governmental programs
About Last Night...Episode 1212 (Original Air Date: Nov 5, 2008) While the country celebrates the outcome of the election, the new President-elect catches everyone off guard when he arrives at the White House prematurely.
The Greatest Thief Club In The World:
Charter schools are no threat to the communized educational system, because they too are dependent on stolen wealth and statist edicts
"Public school" educators need to raise their self-esteem enough to trust their capabilities to provide their services in a non-domineering and voluntary fashion
The hypothetical scenario of "pushing the button" to get one's way in society can be a device to expose the double standard of the statist code of morality (a vicious one-way ethical street)
Notice how much people's claims for the "common good" entail their individual self-interest, albeit short-term and irrational
Making unjust coercion look defensive and noble...
"Leader of the free world," an authoritarian sociopath? Yup.
If parents took responsibility for their kids' education, it could stem the tide of the real dropouts--that is, kids who drop in to coercive education and thus drop out of being intrinsically motivated learners
Of course, without governmental "support," especially for education, civilization would simply implode and disappear into an abyss...right...
The sick and twisted world of elitism; in a world of collective psychosis (where people detach from the actual reality of their situation) and deranged authoritarian sociopathy, coercive funding of coercive education makes perfect sense! The voracious nature of Leviathan...
Governmental control of education is evil to the core, and it's psychologically damaging to everyone involved, serving to destroy people's self-esteem, i.e., their self-confidence and self-respect--and thus their confidence in and respect for others
The welfare hook--"free" everything, though always at others' expense
The three immoral lessons of governmental schooling: Don't bite the hand that feeds you; never look at what the hand is attached to; and, never ask how it got filled with free food
Not only does "the Emperor" have no clothes; why are you calling someone "the Emperor"?
Education: Free and Noncompulsory by Scott McPherson
If there is one thing that the communistic educational system has done really well, it's to get people to think like central planners--"public policy" opinions galore!
Unschooled doesn't mean uneducated; unschooled means self-motivated, independent, inquisitive, and creative
Unschooling fosters trusting one's mind (and hence senses) and questioning the nature of arbitrary postulates (further perusing:,, and
The irony of scientifically minded statists criticizing Christian homeschooling...
Active learning versus uncritical absorption
Educational questions for the young and old alike, such as "What would you have done without school?"
The Teenage Liberation Handbook: How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education
What do you, as a student, really want to spend your time doing? Having a constructive conversation with parents to get out of the coercive system is key
Let's Abolish High School by Robert Epstein
Trashing Teens: Psychologist Robert Epstein argues in a provocative book, "The Case Against Adolescence," that teens are far more competent than we assume, and most of their problems stem from restrictions placed on them.
by Hara Estroff Marano
Conforming Creativity by Doug French
The goal is to be a dynamic and curious individual, regardless of your age
Montessori's notice of the "camouflages of adults" who seek to dominate children and her wonderful observations of child psychology (referenced here:
bumper music "More Than Useless" by Relient K

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