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.

Judge sentences man to 6 months for yawning in court
Judges wield their power to initiate force against people
Our fellow political slaves are oftentimes the biggest hindrance to achieving freedom
A "republic" is just another form of statism--treating individuals in an involuntary fashion
Most fellow political slaves represent the ideas they were taught in governmental schools
For instance, most say that we need "good rulers" or political "leaders"
Political "leaders" thrive on arbitrary and involuntary collectives of people
Statist falsehoods such as "implicit contract" and "consent of the governed" are the mainstays of political slaves
It's important to follow the money trail in the so-called court system
Lawyers filter out any and all critical thinkers with peremptory challenges
The so-called legal system in America is communistic and tribal in nature
Statist judges and lawmakers are drunk on power, coercive and monopolistic power
Public property is a contradiction in terms that facilitates all the statist nonsense
Governmental courts have no jurisdiction because they directly violate property rights
The only rights are private property rights, i.e., individual rights
Authoritarianism seeks to control the most basic functions of people's lives
The orders in the court mimic the orders in the classroom
All governmental courts are kangaroo courts, in which unjust authority reigns, without individuals' consent
Go to to read comments by statist slaves to free stater posts about tactics of non-compliance
Justice agencies in a free market would honor individual rights
The only reason to take someone to court is on account of a rights violation
The purpose of law and justice in a free society is to right any wrongs perpetrated by aggressors
To question things about statism is to stand apart from the collective
Ignorance of natural and objective law (based on natural rights) is no excuse! Initiating aggression is wrong
Admitting to wrongdoing is not something that pretentious and authoritarian people tend to do
Seeking real justice in a statist society is nearly impossible; all that can be done is shaming the wrongdoers, informing others of the illegitimacy of the "court system," and not obeying their rights-violating edicts
Arizona Judge Tells Sheriff "Reveal Password Or Face Contempt"
Sheriff Joe Arpaio, authoritarian sociopath par excellence -
Sheriff Joe Arpaio: The Fascist Face of the Drug War -
How to Survive Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Jail System -
The Murder of Scott Norberg -
Ernest Hancock interviews Lew Rockwell and MHD guys, and tells stories about AZ police state nonsense
July 23 -  July 24 -
Any organization that funds itself through taxation is invalid
Any monopoly provides the lowest quality service at the highest possible price
You don't have to do civil disobedience to speak the truth about "government"
The more one asserts one's individuality, the more one understands the nature of freedom and oppression
The less one asserts one's mind and life, the more the illusion of freedom is maintained
If you are worthy of happiness, then it's just a natural thing to assert yourself and respect others
Reason, purpose, and self-esteem are key values; rationality, productiveness, and pride are their corresponding virtues
Polycentric Order: On Slavery by Philip Hayes
Involuntary servitude is invalid, whether or not there's a contract
There is no such thing as partial slavery; in the realm of statism, you're either a slave or you're not
Who owns you? Who are you the property of? Yourself
No "service" should be provided at the point of a gun
The solution to slavery is of course realizing your freedom (via property rights)
Crime simply won't pay in a society of complete liberty
You must respect yourself enough to respect others in a voluntary society
The vast majority of people don't initiate force, even under statism
People learn a very distorted view of human nature in governmental schools
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Most people have a very difficult time admitting flaws in their codes of morality
Being consistent and persistent with those resistant to truth and respectful morality is key
The public relations scheme of government provides ample evidence of its worthlessness
bumper music "Clampdown" by The Clash

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