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Podcast #267b: Derrick J. Freeman – Our Most Popular Guest Ever (2014 Liberty Forum Chat)

Derrick J. returns for a discussion about government school, monetizing media projects, Peace News Now, Sick Sad World, rape jokes, Keene activism, assimilation, and shaving. Recorded at the 2014 New Hampshire Liberty Forum. Bumper Music: "Hootie Hoo" Outkast Look Closer: Live Free Or Dance - http://livefreeordance.com/ Peace News Now - http://peacenewsnow.com/ Derrick J Freeman on You Tube - http://www.youtube.com/user/Fr33manTV?feature=watch Derrick On School Sucks - https://schoolsucksproject.com/?s=derrick

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200d: Derrick J. Freeman – High School Outreach and Peace News Now

(2013 NH Liberty Forum Series, Part Four) A discussion with Derrick J. Freeman, the subject of the documentary Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree and the host and creator of Peace News Now. -The Director's Cut DVD of Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree -School outreach and student Stockholm Syndrome -School lesson: all activists are crazy -Civil disobedience and public relations -Self-critiques of civil disobedience -The mission of Peace News Now Recorded at the 2013 New Hampshire Liberty Forum. Look Closer: Live Free Or Dance - http://livefreeordance.com/ Peace News Now - http://peacenewsnow.com/ SSP#164: Logic Saves Lives Part 4 – The Appeal to Force Precludes Reason Related Posts164: Logic Saves Lives Part 4 - The Appeal to Force Precludes Reason71Logic is about understanding ...

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164: Logic Saves Lives Part 4 – The Appeal to Force Precludes Reason

Logic is about understanding reality in a non-contradictory way and how can we see things for what they are. Metaphysical Laws 1.Identity 2.Causality 3.Non-Contradiction Topic: Activists Derrick J. Freeman and Michele Seven join us to discuss civil disobedience and the new documentary film, Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree. We use their stories to examine a quasi-logical fallacy called argumentum ad bacculum (appeal to force). This fallacy is the #1 tool of people calling themselves government. "Of all the fallacies, the Ad Baculum fallacy may be the most difficult to reconcile with some form of legitimate reasoning. The Ad Baculum fallacy does not so much imitate good reasoning as announce that every effort at reasoning has come to an end. Now ...

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