ARK3 Returns, Income Tax Fraud, Libertarians, & Intellectual Property (1h4m) – Episode 384

Episode 384 welcomes back Alex R. Knight III to chat with Skyler on the following topics: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and nominating new Supreme Court justices in an election year; Biden and presidential debates; origins of political party colors red and blue; meeting Harry BrowneThe Law That Never Was by Bill Benson and the 16th Amendment (income taxation); Cracking the Code by Peter Hendrickson; Irwin Schiff and income taxation fraudulence by the US Federal Government; the difference between libertarians and modern conservatives / modern liberals; government interference in market relationships; nonvoting and culpability for bad politicians; private censorship and when it becomes aggressive; historical capitalism verse free markets; intellectual property disagreements; and more. (Article: “Intellectual Property and Liberty“)

Listen to Episode 384 (1h4m, mp3, 64kbps)

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Founder and editor of Everything-Voluntary.com and UnschoolingDads.com, Skyler is a husband and unschooling father of three beautiful children. His writings include the column series “One Voluntaryist’s Perspective” and “One Improved Unit,” and blog series “Two Cents“. Skyler also wrote the books No Hitting! and Toward a Free Society, and edited the books Everything Voluntary and Unschooling Dads. You can hear Skyler chatting away on his podcasts, Everything Voluntary and Thinking & Doing.

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Retta Jason
Retta Jason
26 days ago

It’s always a pleasure to hear Alex Knight expound on liberty and related topics. He is articulate and possessed of an expert level knowledge of history. Nice interview, Skyler.

Retta Jason
Retta Jason
26 days ago

What will the topic be in October?

Retta Jason
Retta Jason
26 days ago

Really? It sounded very well planned, lol. I’d like to know about Alex’s books, how he became interested in writing. Has he ever thought about writing historical fiction? His knowledge and comprehension of modern history would lend itself to it really well.