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.

182: Logic Saves Lives Part 8 - Cognitive Distortions and Cognitive Restructuring

Self Empathy: Empower Yourself this Holiday Season! by Mary Mackenzie and Stephanie Bachmann Mattei

The economics of xmas

Anarchism as skepticism

Shermer's interview with DJ Grothe

show covering The Theory of Moral Sentiments

The Nature Of Present Government
Capitalism And Current Political Views
Laissez-faire, A More Enlightened View Of Capitalism—And Its Contradictions
an inspiring presentation by Peter Diamondis... (~200MB download)

consider being in a group for self-exploration and inner healing...

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Direct download: Episode_176_-_Skepticism_and_libertarianism.mp3
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Opting Out of the State by Sheldon Richman

learn about the statist legal matrix...

Those working for the coercive organization called "government" also have a need to respect others--which the nature of their organization demands that they sacrifice

Nonviolent Communication Live With Marshall Rosenberg - Session 1 - Oct 4th 2011 -
Nonviolent Communication Live With Marshall Rosenberg - Session 2 - Oct 26th 2011 -
Marshall Rosenberg on Nonviolent Communication -

Paul Chappell Talk On Waging Peace
Talk - Dahr Jamail - Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan

Please email me if you'd like to participate in an upcoming group:

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Direct download: Episode_175_-_The_keys_to_complete_liberty.mp3
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Tom de Lorenzo's new book New World Rising: The quest for human freedom in the 21st century
Tzo's STR archives

School Sucks Podcast
167: Logic Saves Lives Part 5 - The Stolen Concept
168: Breaking Free
169: Carrots and Sticks Roundtable With Mark Edge and Ian Freeman

Breaking Free by Nathaniel Branden

The Questions:

1. Were you encouraged to be open in the expression of your emotions and desires? Or were your parents' behavior and manner of treating you such as to make you fear emotional self-assertiveness and openness, or to regard it as inappropriate?
Nonviolent Communication Live With Marshall Rosenberg - Session 1 - Oct 4th 2011 -
Nonviolent Communication Live With Marshall Rosenberg - Session 2 - Oct 26th 2011 -
Marshall Rosenberg on Nonviolent Communication -

2. Did your parents' manner of dealing with you tend to develop and strengthen your sense of your masculinity or femininity? Or to frustrate and diminish it? Or neither?

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Direct download: Episode_174_-_Breaking_Free_part_seven.mp3
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Breaking Free by Nathaniel Branden

The Questions:

1. Did your parents respect your intellectual and physical privacy?

2. Did your parents project that what a person made of his life, and what you specifically made of your life, was important?

3. Did your parents encourage in you a fear of the world, a fear of other people? Or were you encouraged to face the world with an attitude of relaxed, confident benevolence? Or neither?

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Direct download: Episode_173_-_Breaking_Free_part_six.mp3
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Breaking Free by Nathaniel Branden

The Questions:

1. Was it your parents' practice to punish you or discipline you by striking or beating you?

2. Did your parents project that they believed in your basic goodness? Or did they project that they saw you as bad or worthless or evil?

3. Did your parents project that they believed in your intellectual and creative potentialities? Or did they project that they saw you as mediocre or stupid or inadequate?

4. In your parents' expectations concerning your behavior and performance, did they take cognizance of your knowledge, needs, interest and context? Or were you confronted by expectations and demands that were overwhelming and beyond your ability to satisfy?

Please download this very helpful 14page PDF about nonviolent communication:

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Direct download: Episode_172_-_Breaking_Free_part_five.mp3
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Breaking Free by Nathaniel Branden

The Questions:

1. Did your parents treat you with respect?
Were your thoughts, needs, and feelings given consideration?
Was your dignity as a human being acknowledged?
When you expressed ideas or opinions, were they treated seriously?
Where your likes and dislikes treated seriously? (Not necessarily agreed with or acceded to, but nonetheless treated seriously?)
Were your desires treated thoughtfully and respectfully?

2. Did you feel that you were psychologically visible to your parents? Did you feel real to them?
Did your parents seem to make a genuine, thoughtful effort to understand you?
Did your parents seem authentically interested in you as a person?
Could you talk to your parents about issues of importance and receive interested, meaningful understanding from them?

3. Did you feel loved and valued by your parents, in the sense that you experienced yourself as a source of pleasure to them? Or did you feel unwanted, perhaps a burden? Or did you feel hated? Or did you feel you were simply an object of indifference?

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Direct download: Episode_171_-_Breaking_Free_part_four.mp3
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The Questions:

1. Were you encouraged to think independently, to develop your critical faculty? Or were you taught to be obedient rather than mentally active and questioning?
Did your parents project that it was more important to conform to what other people believed than to discover what is true?
When your parents wanted you to do something, did they appeal to your understanding and give you reasons for their request? Or did they communicate in effect, "Do it because I say so"?

2. Did you feel free to express your views openly without fear of punishment?

3. Did your parents communicate their disapproval of your thoughts, desires, or behavior by means of humor, teasing, or sarcasm?

I invite you to participate in an eight-week therapy group of at least five persons (each weekly session will be 1.5hrs)--please email me at, and we'll fine-tune the program.

Anarcho-Syndicalism: A Recipe for Ruin by Daniel James Sanchez

Links to the CLP series on Unconditional Parenting here...

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Direct download: Episode_170_-_Breaking_Free_part_three.mp3
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Spiritually can be viewed as increasing awareness of one's inner and outer worlds

There are no contradictions in objective reality

Less knowledge and less awareness diminish one's range of choice

What Happens to Consciousness When We Die by Michael Shermer

Some podcasts about religion by Stefan Molyneux
FDR70 - How To Control a Human Soul
FDR1036 - God, Family, Bible
FDR1728 - Frankly Faithless: An Interview with the Thinking Atheist - The son of two prominent theologians, and a former star of Christian radio, talks about the social, professional, and moral challenges of losing God, and finding himself...

Religion by Jim Davies

If you're interested in self-healing and self-growth via group therapy:

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Guests Brett from and and Jeremy from and

Nate Phelps took to Reddit for an Ask Me Anything Q&A

"public school" is the church of the state

one key challenge is to maintain your curiosity in a culture that stifles it (via such things as rewards and punishments)

The Hopelessness of Atheism

The Internet Where religions come to die

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Direct download: Episode_168_-_Individual_challenges_in_a_religious_culture.mp3
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Some points of light in the mainstream...

Breaking Free by Nathaniel Branden

The Questions:

1. Did your parents deal with you fairly and justly? Did your parents resort to threats in order to control your behavior--either threats of immediate punitive action on their part, or threats in terms of long-range consequences for your life, or threats of supernatural punishments, such as going to hell? Were you praised when you performed well? Or merely criticized when you performed badly? Were your parents willing to admit it when they were wrong? Or was it against their policy to concede that they were wrong?

2. Did your parents' behavior and manner of dealing with you tend to produce guilt in you?

3. Did your parents' behavior and manner of dealing with you tend to produce fear in you?

4. Did your parents project that it was desirable for you to think well of yourself, to have self-esteem? Or were you cautioned against valuing yourself, and encouraged to be humble?

5. Did your parents encourage you in the direction of having a healthy affirmative attitude toward sex and toward your own body? Or a negative attitude? Or neither?

I invite you to participate in an eight-week therapy group of at least five persons (each weekly session will be 1.5hrs)--please email me at, and we'll fine-tune the program. Here is the information page: 

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Direct download: Episode_167_-_Breaking_free_part_two.mp3
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Guests Daniel from and Katie from MI and the G+hangout

Why Atheists Laugh at Religion -

Sacrifice is inherent in domination institutions
Using reason to deny reason is the nature of supernaturalism's_Gate_(religious_group)

Religions as philosophies of death...

Grief Beyond Belief - How Atheists Are Dealing With Death

Borat Mr Jesus (exorcisado) -

Just like with statism, religion never really allows individuals to grow up; some "authority" over one's own mind is assumed

Return To Paradise -

Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree - Trailer -

An Issue Of Mortality (from The Psychology Of Liberty)

Who Kills More, Religion or Atheism?

George Carlin - Religion is bullshit. -

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Breaking Free by Nathaniel Branden

The Questions:

1. When you were a child, did your parents' manner of behaving and of dealing with you give you the impression that you were living in a world that was rational, predictable, and intelligible? Or a world that was bewildering, contradictory, incomprehensible, unknowable?

2. Were you taught the importance of learning to think, the importance of developing your mind, the importance of becoming a rational being? Did your parents provide you with intellectual stimulation and convey the idea that the use of your mind can be an exciting pleasure?

Explore your subconscious emotional psychology

Participate in my group therapy program: 

"Parents most potent tool of teaching is through example" N.B.

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Direct download: Episode_165_-_Breaking_Free_part_one.mp3
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Guests Kevin from and and Michael from SoCal

Libertopia videos are available

Yet another rights-violating statist courthouse, despite its PR claims

The Police State Is Here by Tim Kelly

Who Is Most Likely to Oppose Totalitarianism? by Robert Higgs

Kev's HS religious memes

What do you do when a truth--a new truth to you--conflicts with your belief system?

143: Logic Saves Lives Part 1 - Foundation, Attitudes and Values

Get a mental software (wetware:) upgrade and explore your subconscious emotional psychology

How Critical Thinkers Lose Their Faith in God by Daisy Grewal

Sam Harris simply destroys catholicism
from: The God Debate II: Harris vs. Craig

Maxed-out or abundance? Paul Gilding, Peter Diamandis debate

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Guests Stephanie from and and Mary from the G+ complete liberty nvc weekend hangout (and youtube links below)

The Statist Matrix by Mary Vandenberg
Statist Matrix-part1- speech
Statist Matrix- part2speech-part1 of discussion
3 statist matrix part 2ofdiscussion
4 statist matrix part 3of discussion

Why Do So Many Believers Think Atheists Are Worse Than Rapists? Looking for answers at the Reason Rally in Washington, D.C. by Ronald Bailey

A Transcript of Freedomain Radio Podcast 70: “The Parable of the Apple – or, How to control a human soul...” by Stefan Molyneux
also in the book Real-Time Relationships: The Logic of Love by Stefan Molyneux

Joe has encountered quite a few haunted people, though no haunted places:

As adults, it's vital that we process our childhood trauma, so that we don't continue costly cycles

The Ways Of An Atheist by Bernard Katz

Episode covering the barbaric practice of circumcision

Disproving God by Cristina Rad

May flowers and...

Defending the Undefendable: The Pimp, Prostitute, Scab, Slumlord, Libeler, Moneylender, and Other Scapegoats in the Rogue’s Gallery of American Society by Walter Block

A Woman's Self-Esteem: Struggles And Triumphs In The Search For Identity by Nathaniel Branden


Who Are the Raelians, and Why Are They Naked?

Interview with Robert Price, aka The Bible Geek

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Direct download: Episode_163_-_Religious_memes_injurious_to_health_and_well-being.mp3
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Atheism: A New Strategy. Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science, US - Sean Faircloth

Lobbying (religious or otherwise) is not the problem; "government" is the problem

Killing for a Book by Lauryn Oates

"Faith and force are...corollaries: every period of history dominated by mysticism, was a period of statism, of dictatorship, of tyranny." A.R.

A system designed to maim women into submission by Lauryn Oates

We Won't Be Silent!

starting at 39:15, caller tells her story of stopping courtroom "proceeding" and walking out when her questions about standing weren't addressed.

The Price of Atheism by John Stossel
Price of Atheism — 20/20 piece « Atheist Asshole
The Price of Atheism | MilkandCookies

Human minds don't need to "submit" or "be saved"--but they do need self-esteem and life-enriching connections
Every person is born naturally atheistic and anarchistic

Thunderf00t -Westboro Baptist Church (full interview)

How should I respond to my young child's doubts about God?'s-doubts-about-god%3F

Omniscience, omnipotence, and infallibility are invalid concepts
In Our Own Image And Likeness

Core Values by Glen Allport

Universal human needs

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The Guru Papers: Masks of Authoritarian Power by Joel Kramer and Diana Alstad

No matter what or who you believe, you can't escape relying on your own judgment,_concepts_of.html

John Cleese Podcast #32: The Scientist at Work
John Cleese Podcast #33: The Brain Explained

#TL05AB: Anthropomorphism and Related Phenomena by Frederick Mann

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Direct download: Episode_161_-_The_nature_of_religious_memes_and_conceptualization.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:32pm EDT

Anarchy: The Unknown Ideal by Bionic Mosquito

Who Owns What? by Paul Hein


The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia by James C. Scott - Reviewer: Thomas J. Thompson

The World’s First Paleo-Libertarians by Carl Close

Hunters-Gatherers: The Original Libertarians by Thomas Mayor

A universal human needs vocabulary is essential for communicating compassionately and achieving a free society:
A couple very informative audio interviews about NVC:
w/ Marshall Rosenberg, founder of NVC (76mins)
w/ Jorge Rubio, an NVC trainer (40mins)

Anarchy, Monopoly, and Predation by Peter T. Leeson

30 Signs That The United States Of America Is Being Turned Into A Giant Prison by Michael Snyder

Illegal Everything by John Stossel
John Stossel's Illegal Everything -

Pete and Ademo's sites:
You can get informed of the legal "case" (no standing) brought against Ademo and help him here:

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Guest Stephanie from and
her guest appearance on Healthy Mind Fit Body Podcast:

stem cell story about human eggs...

Reversal of type 1 diabetes via islet b cell regeneration following immune modulation by cord blood-derived multipotent stem cells

oldest known person (from France) lived to 122 1/2...

The Truly Staggering Cost Of Inventing New Drugs by Matthew Herper

patents are a coercive monopoly granted by the State
duplicating things in the marketplace doesn't violate property rights (see CL podcast episodes 89-99)

Bellevue Inside Out documentary film

the legalized coercive monopolies of government, such as the FDA, have NO property rights jurisdiction; they're based on the collectivistic premise of communism

an idea predominant in the EU

Why Government Doesn't Work by Harry Browne

How Big Pharma Undermined Medical Innovation for Financial Gain by Avik Roy

what the FDA spokesperson has to say about this coercive organization...

A Culture Of Controlling Malicious Timidity by Reason

Benevolence. Ingenious. Life.

Liberty Cruise 2.0!

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Direct download: Episode_159_-_Governmental_regulation_inducing_suffering_unto_death_.mp3
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Since when did obedience become the epitome of good parenting? by Annalisa Barbieri

Is the common aim of parenting to raise compliant children?
"The need for autonomy doesn't vanish because kids have been cowed into doing what they're told." A.Kohn

Response to: Parenting on Facebook by Oliver Heuler

Achieving a Permanent Change in Society by Debbie Harbeson

Re-education via The Online Freedom Academy

Though we don't have justice today, when our desires for freedom are perceived as demands by those in government, achieving justice becomes less likely. Speaking compassionately will help us start getting everyone's needs met.

Rant Farm's Podcast Episode 7

Explore the future of our longevity...

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Direct download: Episode_158_-_Roots_of_compliance_effecting_societal_change.mp3
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Corporations are manifestations of statism

Ayn Rand explicated the non-aggression principle quite clearly

'Atlas Shrugged Part 2' Timed to Hit Screens Just Before Presidential Election

do we really need to surrender to "authority" in order to survive?...

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Direct download: Episode_157_-_The_shrugging_of_atlas_and_the_welfare_state.mp3
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Stefan Molyneux's site:

Mark Edge's site:

and yours truly's

An article by Jim Davies about Ron Paul's agenda (
about Ron Paul's Presidential Campaign by Jim Davies
Raise the Drawbridge! by Jim Davies
Ron's War on Drugs by Jim Davies

New Hampshire activism options (both inside and outside the coercive system)

Further reading on the USC...
No Treason No. VI. The Constitution of No Authority

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Direct download: Episode_156_-_Liberty_getaway_cruise_2011_voting_debate.mp3
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