Supplemental Shows

222 (Supplemental): Brett On The Renegade Variety Hour

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadMy recent conversation with Carlos and Tayrn of The Renegade Variety Hour. We discuss Alex Jones, mainstream media, the distracting qualities of the online experience, strategies for better attention and focus, the myth of multi-tasking, Nonviolent Communication and much more. Look Closer: Renegade Variety Hour - http://therenegadevarietyhour.tumblr.com/ $6.00/Month - Join the A/V Club and ...

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211: Trying To Make Sense of the Boston Events (With Gardner Goldsmith)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadOn Monday (4-22-13) I co-hosted Liberty Conspiracy Live with Gardner. Here are his show notes: In this program, we welcome our friend Brett Veinotte, the founder of the School Sucks Project, and the man behind School Sucks Podcasts and the School Sucks videos on Youtube (and elsewhere). Brett and Gardner Goldsmith discuss many of ...

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191 (Supplemental): Two Beers With Steve Interview

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadTopic: I was very pleased to be invited as a guest on Two Beers With Steve. I have listened to several of their interviews and I highly recommend this show to others. Discussed: -What have I learned from students? -What if I have to send my child to government school? -Parents as school enforcers ...

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173: Autonomy Vs. Authority (Brett On Sex, Lies and Anarchy)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWhat are the forces and ideas preventing children from attaining autonomy? Topics: -Child labor laws -Governnment regulation of apprenticeship programs -Emancipation -Age restrictions -The legality of child abuse -Some pretty bad jokes Look Closer: SexLiesAnarchy.com/ http://sexliesanarchy.com/ Trashing Teens: Psychologist Robert Epstein argues in a provocative book, "The Case Against Adolescence," that teens are far ...

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153 (Supplemental): Individual Challenges In A Religious Culture

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPicture: Doc Christensen's "Portrait of the Prophets"(Depicts all LDS church presidents from Joseph Smith to Thomas S. Monson) Complete Liberty Episode 168 Wes Bertrand's Show Notes: Guests Brett from http://schoolsucksproject.com/live and http://youtube.com/schoolsuckspodcast and Jeremy from http://ultimatefreedomquest.com and http://internetbusinessmastery.com http://www.break.com/index/door_to_door_atheists_bother_mormons.html http://www.alternet.org/story/155158/why_does_religion_always_get_a_free_rid Nate Phelps took to Reddit for an Ask Me Anything Q&Ahttp://boingboing.net/2012/06/24/qa-with-a-former-member-of-th.html http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/anti-conceptual_mentality.html "public school" ...

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139 (Supplemental): Live Show Announcement, Free Talk Live, Live Free FM

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadAnnouncing the debut of the School Sucks Live Show on the Liberty Radio Network and UStream. Thursdays at 10pm EST Plus some segments from my recent appearance on Free talk Live (5/6/12) and parts of an interview on Live Free FM. Bumper Music: "Space Wrangler" Widespread Panic "Stop-Go" Widespread Panic Look Closer: Liberty Conspiracy ...

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121 (Supplemental): Brett On Anarchast With Jeff Berwick

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPicture: Johann Gottlieb Fichte was one of the German intellectuals behind institutionalized compulsory schooling. Look into his eyes. From anarchast.com: To us, Anarchy means freedom. The desire to live without a violent, coercive State. Anarchy is peace, love and prosperity. Free markets. And, power to the people. Topic: Jeff and I discuss my path ...

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117 (Supplemental): Brett On Porc Therapy With Stephanie Murphy

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPorc Therapy is a pro-freedom relationship talk show that takes a unique look at the question of how we can attain the most individual liberty possible, starting with our personal lives and relationships with others. On Porc Therapy, host Stephanie Murphy explores ways to apply voluntaryist or libertarian principles – for example, peace, honesty, ...

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112: Guns and Robots – My Trip To Plymouth State College

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Today I recap my recent trip to Plymouth State College on Friday, December 9th, 2011. I attended a demonstation organized by two Free-Staters, one former police and another former military, aiming to raise awareness about the illegality of the university's gun prohibition policy. Although the student reaction was mixed, I had several thoughts ...

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108 (Supplemental): Free Radical Radio With John Kurtz

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadFrom freeradicalorlando.com: Free Radical Radio with John Kurtz and Whitcomb Kincaid, Broadcasted Monday thru Friday at 7PM on 810 AM WEUS Orlando’s Real Talk is one of the most unique and informative talk-radio shows on Central Florida Radio. Premiering in September of 2011, this refreshing program breaks away from the typical Conservative – Liberal ...

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105: Two-Year Anniversary/Unplugged Mom Roundtable

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadToday School Sucks is two years old! Or it enters the "terrible twos" as parents who don't like hearing "no" to their commands, declarations of self-ownership, or questions about their authority usually call it. This morning I participated in a round table on Unplugged Mom Radio. Laurette Lynn was commemorating the one-year anniversary of ...

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100: Brett Sucks Podcast (Outtakes, Discarded Rants, and Failures From the First 100 Episodes)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWARNING: Explicit Content While the title is self-explanatory, this is a somewhat symbolic show. Most of this material was originally discarded because I found it to be too negative. At this point, I'd like to turn another corner, and start producing a generally more positive and constructive product. In the first 100 shows, with ...

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094: Brett and Laurette Make Trouble (Unplugged Mom Radio)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThis is my recent appearance as co-host on Unplugged Mom Radio with Laurette Lynn. The show airs Friday at 8am EST. The full show and all of Laurette's archives are available here. Look Closer: Unplugged Mom http://www.unpluggedmom.com/laurette-lynn/ Unplugged Mom On Blog Talk Radio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/unpluggedmom

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088 (Supplemental): More Discussion With Laurette Lynn

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadAt 52:53 in Keys #5: Unplugging and Activating, I cut out about 25 minutes of off-topic discussion to tighten up the show. However, I think it is definitely worth hearing. Discussed: -The War on Independent Thinking in schools, fact-checking teachers -The demand for "alternative" central plans -The futility of engaging the elders? -Can young ...

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085: Free Talk Live – Stephanie and I Discuss Teacher Unions And Wisconsin Students

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadStephanie Murphy and I host the FTL Sunday Show (03-13-11). The very talented Hannah Hoffman joins us about half way into the show, so be sure to get the whole show from the FTL archives. This is only the first half. Discussed: -The Wisconsin situation, Students protesting with teachers -Public vs. private sector unions ...

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078: Nonviolent Communication Round-Table (w/ Wes Bertrand and Stefan Molyneux)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWes, Stef and I discuss the theories of Marshall Rosenberg. Look Closer: Center for Nonviolent Communication http://www.cnvc.org/ Freedomain Radio http://www.freedomainradio.com/ Complete Liberty Home FDR 1836 Nonviolent Communication - An Introduction http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/FreedomainRadioVolume5/~3/Jir1irb5GAM/FDR_1836_NVC_Intro.mp3/

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076 (Supplemental): Brett On Peace Revolution Podcast – Origins of Money Round-Table

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThis is an excerpt from my recent appearance on Peace Revolution Podcast. In this episode, we discuss economic theory and the history of money. How does this relate to education? In this clip, we'll also touch on the "deliberate dumbing down" of the population, along with the importance of a systematic form of critical ...

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