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.

Everyone has scary cop stories, which is on account of cops' legalized coercive monopoly
Is Halloween a form of sublimation for the scary aspect of the coercive nature of our society?
Police enforce arbitrary and unjust laws, regardless of the particular "state"
Police don't have property rights jurisdiction
The governmental system is set up for total lack of accountability (and of course appalling "customer service")
If property rights aren't logically defined in society, we're in big trouble
U.S. Continues Quagmire-Building Effort In Afghanistan
The U.S. military is a communized organization, with fascist input via defense contractors
Because national military competence is impossible, the powers that be indoctrinate people about memes of necessary "national security"
School sucks, except for military planners, who are masters of existential (and monetary) clusterfucks
Afghanistan - The universality of war propaganda by Glenn Greenwald
Empathy for people affected by war elsewhere is sorely lacking in many Americans
Self-responsibility and its Effects on Obedience and Aggression
Deindividuation, disinhibition, and dehumanization are key factors in evil actions
Revenge is a natural consequence of destructive and harmful actions; war begets more war
Authoritarianism is the conceptual common denominator between war and patent law
July 31, 1790: New Nation Issues First Patent by Randy Alfred
A Book that Changes Everything by Jeffrey A. Tucker
Ayn Rand's IP contradictions:
Do Patents Encourage or Hinder Innovation? The Case of the Steam Engine by Michele Boldrin, David K. Levine, and Alessandro Nuvolari
Why do people seek to use legal protection rackets? Mainly, fear of not making money without them, in a free market and misunderstanding property in relation to the creative process, leading to control of others
It's vital to resolve the IP disagreement within the liberty movement, and logically define property rights
Complete Liberty IP Chapter:
audio version:
Daniel's site:
Brett's site and podcast:  and
bumper music "War" by Pearl Jam (originally recorded by Edwin Starr)

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