Tuesday May 21, 2013
Today in 2011, many religious individuals beleive this day to be the end of the world.
Bureaucrats want reality to conform to their opinions instead of letting their opinions conform to reality like normal people. — , Adventures in Legal Land
LarkenRose | Most conflict, violence, and injustice is the result not of individual malice but of people imagining an obligation to obey a perceived authority, usually government. In their daily lives most people accept the non-aggression principle, it’s not OK to rob or attack other people. But they’ve been taught that government has an exception from that rule and that legalized theft and thuggery, taxation, and law enforcement, are moral, legitimate, and necessary for society.... - [More]Posted: April 2, 2013 in Articles
GnosticMedia.com | Today we’ll be discussing what it means to believe in government. Is government real, or a figment of your collective, religious imagination? Does not voting mean that we’d be sitting around like a bunch of lazy couch potatoes doing nothing? Or, if we use critical thinking, is it really our first course of action to disempower the criminals whom we call politicians? Is voting the only way to effect change? Or is it in reality one of the least effective ways to effect change and gain freedom? And what does it mean to live in a democratic (or “mob-ruled”) society, anyway?... - [More]Posted: March 2, 2012 in Audio
MrMitee | How do you determine the power a word might have over your existence? No one ever forced you to submit an application for a registration. No one ever stopped your from looking up what those words mean, and no one ever stopped you from deciding for yourself whether or not you wish to do so.... - [More]Posted: October 13, 2011 in Recommended, Videos
MarcStevens.net | John acts as a county attorney and claims to represent the STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE in various courts in New Hampshire. He also signs paperwork as the STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. John doesn’t seem to like me much and refuses to be recorded or appear on my radio show.... - [More]Posted: October 11, 2011 in Articles