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 complete liberty message is about your own individuality and making your own choices
Government consists of individuals who claim to have rights that others do not, which is the ultimate moral contradiction
Government by definition is coercive and monopolistic
Self-government stems from self-initiated and self-regulated action, i.e., making your own decisions
No one should have a superior claim to your life and property!
Obeying "authority" stems from corrupt family environments; "citizens" are children of the State
Leaps of faith require suspension of awareness, reason, rationality, essentially your own independent judgment
Seeing children as irresponsible (not able to make good decisions) is merely self-fullfilling prophecy
Honoring the rational faculty and ability of kids means respecting their self-responsibility
Principles and Politics: Like Oil and Water by Randall Holcombe
Principled politicians is oxymoronic
The political process is completely disconnected from self-responsibility
People in government are not valid agents; they are not engaged in voluntary association with people in the marketplace; rather, they are engaged in racketeering and extortion
Don't feed the beast of government by filling out their paperwork "voluntarily"; this is not voluntary, contrary to what Harry Reid wants you to believe:
Paying income tax in America is Voluntary
Define terms, so that moral double standards are fully exposed
Good question to ask statists: How do you live with such moral double standards
Strategies For Advancing Liberty — Building Alternative Structures To Government by Brad Warbiany
Just getting rid of the consequence of ideas (government) won't do; one must strike the ideological root
No civilized society can have taxation; all societies that tax are not civilized
Minimal self-respect means minimal respect for others
"Supreme Court" people are no different than the rest of us (except that they clearly don't understand natural and objective law)
No liberty lover should continue in efforts to work within government
It's important to use logic to understand one's beliefs and actions, so that one doesn't promote contradictions, i.e., things that defy the facts of reality
Empiricism mustn't be pursued at the expense of rationality; gathering evidence to determine a principle begs the question of the principle
People seem to naturally act contrary to what they profess; congruence is a challenge for all of us
Economic Means to Freedom - Part X by Frederick Mann
Is the private sector really part of the public sector? in many ways, yes...
"People in the private sector typically support government by...
Licensing rackets mean poor customer service (
Explore your subconscious with sentence stems:
A main psychological goal is to think for yourself and take responsibility for your thoughts, feelings, and actions
Another great psychological resource:
Subverting coercive nonsense: Little Brother by Cory Doctorow
your Liberation Factor minus your Enslavement Factor equals your Freedom Quotient
When non-compliance is done surreptitiously, it's not as powerful a promoter of liberty as overt non-compliance coupled with a principled liberty message
"The ideal tyranny is that which is ignorantly self-administered by its victims. The most perfect slaves are, therefore, those which blissfully and unawaredly enslave themselves." Dresden James
In the workplace environment we really need to try to operate in the free enterprise sector, in order to live with congruence
One of the stipulations of is to quit your governmental job or any affiliations with government
The Rejection of Liberty by Rick Flame
Taking governmental jobs and contracts is morally hazardous because it promotes the notion that initiatory force has a place in society
The people in government are caught in a paradigm of not behaving in a way that is morally consistent with what they know to be true: don't sacrifice others to self or self to others - one way to live freer
Treating people on equal (respectful) terms, regardless of what organization they're in, is the social goal
bumper music "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister

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