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 prospects for liberty on the high seas aren't any better than on land, imo
Any place of true freedom would entail the dissolution of governmental "jurisdiction"
Any place of true freedom would attract many rights-respecting and responsible individuals
Trying to enact complete liberty in a large city environment is quite problematic, though not impossible
For example:
No matter where activism is done, it's vital to strike the root of statism
People who involve themselves in government don't care about respecting property rights, because government itself is an anti-property rights (tax-fed) institution!
Private entertainment venues (to the degree that they are unregulated and untaxed) are microcosms of a free society
The benefits of living in society, albeit at present highly statist, tend to outweigh living in the boonies
Statist notions of "giving back" to "society" or to "the community" are anti-freedom
Has the government ever actually provided anything on a voluntary basis? Nope
Showing police as immoral and unjust is a very good thing
Police "protect and serve" those in charge; they are a coercive monopoly funded via extortion
The perceived legitimacy of "government" depends on propaganda, rationalizations, and psychological defenses
People's fears of challenging "authority" go way back to childhood
Breaking dysfunctional ties takes confidence and courage
To assert what you truly value can be a real challenge
Obama Sides With RIAA, Supports $150,000 Fine per Music Track by David Kravets
Billion Dollar Charlie vs. the RIAA by Alex Beam
If you give authoritarian sociopaths an inch, they'll take twelve miles
Political people use government to reward their friends and punish their enemies
Apple Wants To Make Jailbreaking Worthy Of Jail Time, $2500 Fine by Chris Walters
"Law" is like "God" for many people, the ultimate "authority" that must be obeyed!
Woman tapes parts of her sister's surprise party while the movie "New Moon" is playing in the background. Woman records 3-4 minutes of the movie and is arrested, spending 2 nights in jail and facing up to 3 years in prison. (
Government doesn't own anything, so it has no property rights jurisdiction
American government, like all governments, contains the core of communism (for the common good)
Feds Demand Prison for Guns N’ Roses Uploader by David Kravets
Punishment is the age-old irrational method that "authorities" use to deal with the disobedient
Dell Colludes With RIAA, Disables Stereo Mix
Viacom lawsuit: Google told to hand over all YouTube user details by Bobbie Johnson
IP boils down to forcing people to do or not do things with what they own
Are we all serfs working for the feudal lord? Things haven't changed much
Will secret copyright treaty restrict your digital rights? by Jeff Porten
Governmental "representation" of "citizens" is basically another absurd form of supernaturalism, or belief in "higher powers"
Marketplace activity will eventually undermine IP, regardless of the laws that are passed and the punishment for breaking them
Does a criminal organization--i.e., an organization that violates others' sovereignty and property rights--have a valid claim to its property? Does any criminal?
Of course the main problem with acts of sabotage is that they do nothing to change the public relations scheme that seeks to legitimize "government"--and such acts basically serve as a call to arms for those whose job is coercion and violence, thus potentially escalating the madness (for the "common good")
The collective pronoun "we" is very important to the statist enslavement of the populace
Talk like a Pirate -
Complete Liberty IP Chapter:
audio version:
Daniel's site:
bumper music "The Great Destroyer" by Nine Inch Nails

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