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.

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Remember, Remember, Don’t Vote in November by Thomas L. Knapp

Under "Democracy" children get roped into a communistic system (statism), along with the rest of us

Libertarian Party: Worthless by Larken Rose
What happens when an "anarchist" runs for office?
Political "parties" are designed to be "in power" and control people via statism
What evidence is there that people want governmental "services," give their involuntary nature? None
Rasmussen Poll: 23% Say U.S. Government Has the Consent of the Governed

The Governator makes a final appearance on CLP...
The new bill changes marijuana possession of less than an ounce to an infraction
Arnold Schwarzenegger Admits Smoking Weed With Tommy Chong
Arnold Schwazeneger smoking weed

What happens when your belief conflicts with a newfound truth? How do you react? How you respond makes all the difference for your life
Speaking the truth to "power" doesn't even entail getting incarcerated; just living consciously and practicing self-assertiveness is necessary
Being disassociated from emotions is part of the process by which one compartmentalizes beliefs and behaviors
Introspection is key

In case you need some more reasons...
Don't Vote: 20 Practical Reasons by John Roscoe and Ned Roscoe

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Direct download: Episode_124_-_Challenging_the_voting_meme_once_more.mp3
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What are the prospects of complete liberty--in your lifetime?
Played clip of my hour-long call to Free Talk Live about non-voting

This Free-Stater denounces Free Keene
Is the political free stater message different than the Tea Party-ers'?
What will it take for individuals to stop complying, given the potent statist matrix of mass indoctrination coupled with mass fear?

Essentially, we need to come to terms with two classes in society: the productive class and the parasitical class (
Drinking Game Involves Keene City Council
City council members are basically trying to find some semblance of identity through the political process, in spite of its rights-infringing nature
Reason Saves Cleveland With Drew Carey: How to Save the Mistake on the Lake and other Once Great U.S. Cities--The Complete Series
New at Reason: Drew Carey and Nick Gillespie Clash with the Cleveland City Council

Running for office doesn't foster the adoption of the principle of freedom for individuals
Challenging so-called "authorities" need not entail getting arrested and imprisoned
The fear of challenging "authority" stems from bad parenting
The process of individuation is key...
Honoring the Self: Self-Esteem and Personal Transformation

The voting process allows for a psychological comfort zone to exist within the turmoil of the reality of people's statist enslavement; it can be perversely comforting to be a member of the tribe

Clearly, it's important to come to terms with one's own emotional psychology
Principles enable you to stay true to yourself and true to reality

A VERY IMPORTANT book I recently investigated, which I'll be exploring extensively in the future...
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life by Marshall Rosenberg

No one can "represent" you in the political system

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Direct download: Episode_123_-_Challenging_the_voting_meme_again.mp3
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In this show, I comment on a clip from, which involved the hosts discussing the nature of non-voting with a caller (clip starts at 14:15)

STR Non-Voting Archive

What evidence is there that anyone wants the "services" provided by those in government, since they are coercively imposed?

Even if you're an advocate of, you still can't escape the statist economic matrix, a society in which most people abide by laws, regulations, taxes, and a fiat currency system, not to mention the "public school" system

Respect for individuals, in principle, can never be achieved via the coercive collectivistic organization of government; government violates individual rights by definition

"Public goods" arguments, being fallacious, are just excuses for statism and tyranny
A Theory of the Theory of Public Goods by Randall G. Holcombe
Fallacies of the Public Goods Theory and the Production of Security by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Pareto Optimality, External Benefits and Public Goods: A Subjectivist Approach by Barry P. Brownstein
Public Goods And Private Solutions In Maritime History by Larry J. Sechrest
Public Spending and Public Goods by Thomas DiLorenzo (includes mp3 audio)

Competition and Political Entrepreneurship: Austrian Insights into Public-Choice Theory by Thomas J. DiLorenzo

The political system won't conform to sound principles; you will have to compromise sound principles to conform to the political system
The Ethics Of Voting - Part 1 by George H. Smith

Statist judges have no understanding of justice and objective law; rather, they violate them on a daily basis; therefore, being a "juror" for a statist judge does not accord with justice and objective law
Root-striking questions...

There is no such thing as a "liberty-minded principled candidate"; Ayn Rand grasped the essence of this, even though she forwarded the ethical and political contradiction of government


Adam and Pete (of striking serious Libertarian roots on Declare Your Independence!

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Direct download: Episode_122_-_Challenging_the_voting_meme.mp3
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