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.

The essence of complete liberty is mutual respect of persons and property
If people in government really wanted to help people, they wouldn't do "business" at the point of a gun (the mafia with a flag)
For statists, freedom is passe
One damn fine statist automobile:
Uber Czar to be Renamed by Jennifer Kerfuffle
The drug war has been greatly successful in destroying individual rights
Shooting socialistic/fascistic fish in a barrel...
Ending the Hidden Agenda Behind Tax Cuts by Joe Brewer
Liberals/progressives and conservatives are basically two statist peas in the pod of authoritarian sociopathy
What is one thing that government (aka a legalized coercive monopoly) does better than any business in the marketplace? Perhaps public relations!
A coercive monopoly imposes the lowest quality product/service at the highest possible price
The various euphemisms of taxation...
People don't need others to impede their trade--or take a cut of it; statists aren't needed
It boils down to the productive people versus the parasites
Should freedom be free? Of course
You don't need representation: You represent yourself every day via the money you make, save, and spend
Presidents merely posture and pretend to have authority
The number one goal of authoritarian sociopaths is to control productive people; if it weren't for their pr scheme, they'd be shamed out of their "jobs"
Key question: If what those in government provide is so valuable, why don't they provide it in a voluntary manner (i.e., without pointing guns at people and coercing them)?
Words such as "must" and "require" simply reflect the ideology of violence
The people who are attracted to governmental service are most interested in controlling others
Gangsters and banksters run together; they're part of the same tribe in which legislation creates economic disasters, which subvert personal responsibility
Progressives et al forward governmental solutions to government-created problems
If you consider yourself a moral person, and you think that the institution of government is good, then you really need to check your contradictory premises
Just because people comply and toss ballots in a box, doesn't mean they're not being coerced
Citizens and states are legal fictions, arbitrary constructs that enslave individuals
The nature of the (future) profit-driven health care system, versus the statist status quo with shoddy service and high prices
Coercion is anti-reason and anti-life
Statism is the philosophy of death
bumper music "United States of "Whatever" (Bush Remix)" by Liam Lynch, directed by Jerry Gilio

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