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[PODCAST] #314: Legally Kidnapped – The Case Against CPS

HOME-EDUCATION, PARENTING ISSUES - Carlos Morales of Truth Over Comfort Podcast returns to discuss his new book Legally Kidnapped: The Case Against Child Protective Services, based on his experience working inside Child Protective Services in Texas. The book can be accessed for free this week at LegallyKidnapped.net Discussed: -The History of CPS -Practical Strategies for defending against and dealing with CPS -Communication strategies for off-limits topics -Writing a book Book Trailer: Previous Discussions: 1. 222 (Supplemental): Brett On The Renegade Variety Hour 2. Empathizing with “The Enemy” (Brett On The Renegade Variety Hour, Part 2) 3. 228 Porcfest Interview: Conspiracy Theorists vs. Skeptics Look Closer: Carlos On YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSosyewZ2gMdbS1JlSIGkVw Please Support School Sucks Our Amazon Wish List Donate With ...

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VIDEO: Push A Button and End Government? (With Ben Stone)

From School Sucks Podcast #281: Ben Stone (2 of 2) - Diminishing the Market Demand For Government Full Show: https://schoolsucksproject.com/podcast-281-ben-stone-2-of-2-diminishing-the-market-demand-for-government/ Ben Stone: http://badquaker.com/ Ben Stone returns for another discussion about the past, present and future of the philosophy of liberty. Ben is the host of the Bad Quaker podcast. Discussed: -going underground -agorism: ignore government, don't protest it -specializaton in liberty activism -making the moral argument -making the practical argument -making money -assisting government on its path to self-destruction -winning hearts and minds -deal with individuals -government is not the enemy; it's the myth

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Podcast #281: Ben Stone (2 of 2): Diminishing the Market Demand For Government

Ben Stone returns for another discussion about the past, present and future of the philosophy of liberty. Ben is the host of the Bad Quaker podcast. Discussed: -going underground -agorism: ignore government, don't protest it -specializaton in liberty activism -making the moral argument -making the practical argument -making money -assisting government on its path to self-destruction -winning hearts and minds -deal with individuals -government is not the enemy; it's the myth Bumper Music: Rush - "Closer to the Heart"

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Brett On Free Talk Live 1-22-14

Intelligence and Transhumanism :: DMT and Out-of-Body Experiences :: Science and the State :: Critiques of Libertarianism :: Selfishness :: Government is People :: Motivated By Conscience? :: Evil and Good :: Anarchism and Libertarianism :: Zero Tolerance :: Fighting a Parking Ticket :: Toy Gun at School :: Dave Gets Banned from the BBS :: Weed Chills Out Temper :: Common Law - See more at: http://www.freetalklive.com/ Related PostsRecent Additions, Brett On Free Talk Live (Video Highlight Playlist)71I appear on Free Talk Live every Wednesday at 7pm EST. Visit for freetalklive.com/listen/live viewing and listening options.Tags: talk, free, live, brettBrett On Free Talk Live 3-26-1470Bring Bad Quaker to Porcfest :: NK Mandates Kim Jong Un Haircut :: Bad Car Title ...

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Government Drones: A Promising Future?

How far will drones go? Further than we have gone? (If you can, please watch in HD with some nice headphones) "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." -Viktor E. Frankl Animation Used: "ROBOTS OF BRIXTON" Short film by Kibwe Tavares Smile - A Touching Aniboom Animation by Paris Zarcilla Nazi Robots - Student Produced Film, DAVE School [Animation Art] Connection, by Ittiphon Chuatong Music: Landon Calhoun Performing "Lucky Man" The Verve Cover Geto Boys "G-Code" See Also: The Walking Drones Trailer, Profile Pictures

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Why Libertarianism Is So Dangerous – Video

A former libertarian abandons his dream of a voluntary world and explains the potential worse case scenario after the overnight disappearance of government. The ending will SHOCK you! DISCLAIMER: Most libertarians do support such a drastic change, and many might say something like: "liberty is a philosophical evolution, and not an overnight thing." From School Sucks Podcast #041: The Natural State Links/Resources For Further Research: The Philosophy of Liberty (Video) For A New Liberty, by Murray Rothbard - http://mises.org/rothbard/newlibertywhole.asp Google: Voluntarism - https://www.google.com/search?q=voluntarism&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a Freedomain Radio - http://www.freedomainradio.com/ Complete Liberty - http://completeliberty.com/ Everyday Anarchy, By Stefan Molyneux - http://board.freedomainradio.com/blogs/freedomain/archive/2008/11/13/everyday-anarchy-the-book.aspx Tragedy & Hope - http://www.tragedyandhope.com/ Liberty Conspiracy - http://www.libertyconspiracy.com/

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161 (Supplemental): After School (Sucks) Special With Larken Rose

Topics: An expansion of of the conversation in show #160: Logic Saves Lives Part 3 - The Most Dangerous Superstition (With Larken Rose). Larken joined us to discuss his book, The Most Dangerous Superstition, and the logical fallacy called argumentum ad verecundiam (appeal to authority). This fallacy often lays the groundwork for many additional logical and rhetorical missteps in debate. This is an edited version of the After School (Sucks) Special. School Sucks is live on the Liberty Radio Network and UStream Thursdays at 10pm EST. Look Closer: The Appeal To Authority (Defined) http://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/appeal-to-authority The Appeal To Force (Defined) http://www.fallacyfiles.org/adbacula.html Genetic Fallacy (defined) http://www.fallacyfiles.org/genefall.html Logical Fallacies Basics http://onegoodmove.org/fallacy/toc.htm Help John Taylor Gatto: Enter the coupon code: "SCHOOLSUCKS"

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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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104: Discovering Doublespeak! (Part Three) – Legalese v. Curiosity and Critical Thought

Marc Stevens, author of Adventures In Legal Land and host of the No State Project, joins me to illuminate the dark and bizarre world of the so-called justice system. With this focus on law and the courts, we discuss the second form of doublespeak: jargon. Marc also explains his Socratic approach to defending against the doublespeak of lawyers, judges and tax collectors. "Doublespeak is not lying, nor is it merely sloppy language. It is the intentional use of euphemisms, synonyms, jargon, and vagueness which pretends to communicate but really does not, or implies the opposite of what it would appear to communicate." -Metta Winte Bumper Music: "One Million Lawyers" Tom Paxton Look Closer: The Doublespeak Dictionary by Leslie Starr O’Hara ...

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041: The Natural State? (American History F-ed, Conclusion)

(American History F-ed, Conclusion) The eighth (and final) installment in a series of shows about government school's history curriculum. We'll explore the lies, myths, omissions and distortions used to indoctrinate blind patriotism (aka nationalism aka mysticism). Critical Thinking Question: Imagine if we all woke up tomorrow and all government was just...gone. What's the worst thing that could happen? And how would statists feel about this most catastrophic outcome? The answer might surprise you. Topic: The three most persistent myths throughout history: 1. The State is essential for the survival of the human race 2. Slavery is essential for the prosperity of all societies reliant upon agriculture 3. God and religion are essential for establishing morality Two down, one to go. ...

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