Tag Archives: non-aggression

SCHOOL SUCKS: I Could Just Murder You (A History of Government on Earth)

A rapid-fire look at the various threats, myths, excuses, promises and threats (again) the power-hungry relied upon throughout history, and how they were mostly laughed into non-existence by an increasingly rational civilization. Taken from School Sucks Podcast Episode 041: The Natural State? From the series, American History F'ed http://edu-lu-tion.com/podcasts/series_american_history_fed All Podcasts: http://schoolsucks.podomatic.com/

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099: Teachers Unions 103 – My First Discussion With A Public School Teacher

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPICTURE: I show a teacher the most valuable tool of the government school system and the public employee unions. At the end of March 2011, I was lucky enough to encounter a public school teacher who had come to protest the NH budget cuts in Concord, NH. She agreed to a discussion, which lasted about half an hour. Jason Talley was there to film it. Look Closer: Talley TV ...

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097 (Keys Installment #6): Autodidacticism & Engaging the “Public”

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadBACKGROUND: The consequences of state aggression. FOREGROUND: Probably most of the people you know. Imagine a door to complete freedom, abounding opportunity and greater personal satisfaction... Public education is the lock. This is the sixth in a series of non-sequential shows about finding keys. Today's show includes Paul, Rob and Adam from Remedy Radio. We discuss a variety of topics, including the essential process of becoming an autodidact. We ...

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065: Bureaucrats Are People Too!

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIn today's installment, I interview Steve Ressler, founder of the government employee social networking site govloop.com, and organizer of the Government Doesn't Suck Rally (October 30th, Washington D.C.). I happen to have a show that suggests the government does suck, so I thought we could bounce some ideas off each other. I skipped past a number of arguments and questions to deal specifically with the non-aggression principle. While I ...

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037: UConn-athon! (Students For Liberty Discussion Part 1)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPicture: My estimate of the audience members' average political position, based on the World's Smallest Political Quiz. On Wednesday April 14th, I was invited to speak to the UConn Students For Liberty at the University of Connecticut. I had prepared a thirty-minute speech, and planned to devote another 30 minutes to Q&A. However, the audience included several socialists, and the entire event wound up running three hours. I gave ...

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004: Politics Is Force

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadA Young Person's Guide to Politics II Critical Thinking Question: Explain the difference between government and organized crime... Topic: Continued explanation of why I am against political solutions for education or anything else, AKA using the system to change the system by working within the system. Further explanation of the political process in the United States. Shocking comparison between the government and the mafia. I also talk about Ron ...

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