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.

Libertarian Party email: 47% of Americans reject capitalism! Fight back, Paul!
Just 53% Say Capitalism Better Than Socialism
Unfortunately, the current fascist welfare State is already pretty socialist; the memes of enslavement are here
The LP believes that defeating politicians via elections will defeat the socialistic memes, but liberty-minded voters is oxymoronic
If we could vote our way to liberty, it would be illegal!
Did the Founders "work within the system"? Nope
Yet, the Founders, rather than getting rid of government and its rulers, just changed the faces and created a more tyrannical State (now the biggest in the world)
Hamilton's Curse: How Jefferson's Archenemy Betrayed the American Revolution — and What It Means for America Today by Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Authoritarian sociopaths, i.e., "rulers," have pseudo self-esteem, a concept Nathaniel Branden outlined
What Self-Esteem Is and Is Not
Society can't be made better via the force and fraud of government
"The public" doesn't exist; only individuals exist
Do people understand what capitalism is? Its critics don't seem to:
The dictionary definition of capitalism: an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.
We don't have capitalism today; we have fascism and socialism
Any interaction that doesn't involve free trade is a net loss, a zero-sum or less-than-zero-sum experience
Hmm, why do you think that governments--unlike businesses--don't offer money-back guarantees? Because they don't trade; they loot and destroy
Capitalism, i.e., free trade based on property rights, doesn't lead to economic turmoil or exploitation or pollution; only lack of property rights enforcement coupled with government and its attempts at "regulating" lead to those bad things
Kazakhstan: Nuclear Testing Aftermath
Russia's Black Future by Shanti Menon
If you don't have private ownership, no one is going to take responsibility
FEE: Privatizing Roads and Oceans (Walter Block) MP3
The Privatization of Roads and Highways by Walter Block
Superpower communized roads--great stuff! (except for 40,000 people dying on them every year in the USA)
The enemies of liberty (typical intellectuals) believe that people are weak and inept; they can't survive as responsible individuals in the marketplace; so, others (who are ~somehow~ responsible) must provide for them
Hypothetical Answer On Political Parties by Jonathan Wilde
Public choice theory, etc. predicts that libertarians will always be at a disadvantage in an electoral system
Elections yield "laws" and redistribute wealth according to political wishes; voters want a "return on investment"
The "public good" of liberty simply can't be supplied by government, no matter what or who you vote for
Personal control of politics through voting is illusory
Two things that governmental people offer you: stolen wealth (tax dollars) and threats of coercion if you disobey
The free rider notion doesn't apply when a coercive monopoly is involved, that is, when services are being forced on you
Our Problem Is Immorality by Walter E. Williams
To Walter Williams and anyone else who is morally confused: You own yourself and your property, and no one has an unjust claim on either. Period. Taxation makes you a slave.
The Constitution is not a contract; it doesn't give anyone legitimate authority to take your stuff
Defining one's terms exposes the moral corruption and evils of governmental officials; the morally "gray" area is where people get away with bloody murder
"The Cult of Moral Grayness" by Ayn Rand
Government is the result of a collectivistic Stockholm syndrome and generally low self-esteem in the populace, fostered by "authorities" in early life
Complete liberty represents a boost in the self-esteem of individuals; recognize yourself as 100 percent sovereign (fully self-owned)
Historic Senator Robert Byrd Imploded In Controlled Demolition
addendum notes:
"forcing" anarchy on others isn't possible; not infringing on others' rights is the essence of peacefulness
Beware the fallacy of stolen-concept in debates -
The God of Atheists by Stefan Molyneux
Self-attack (not honoring yourself) is the root cause of disrespect and societal ills; so, as usual, freedom is an inside job
Join the club -
bumper music "The Sith-Imperial March Remix"

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