Two-Bedroom Rentals, Comfortable Life, 10-Hour Workweeks, & Cocaine Piracy (31m) – Episode 335

Episode 335 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following entries to r/shitstatistssay: CNBC writes, “Full-time minimum wage workers cannot afford a two-bedroom rental anywhere in the U.S. and cannot afford a one-bedroom rental in 95% of U.S. counties.”; GoAheadAndH8Me writes, “Free consent cannot be given in a society that lacks a UBI providing a comfortable life as the worst possible outcome.”; the Hampton Institute writes, “If capitalism were suddenly outlawed & we all began working for each other (instead of for a handful of rich people), we’d have 10-hour workweeks, no poverty, no war, no crime, more time with our families & communities, creative/productive outlets, and sustainable/healthy living.”; and Talos-Valcoran writes, “The government takes a part of the money it gave to the companies, who gave it to you, back so that it can improve your life. Without taxes the whole government wouldn’t work.”

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Far Left Utopia, Billionaires, Censorship, & “Government is Good” (31m) – Episode 321

Episode 321 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following entries to r/shitstatistssay: ross-cross writes, “libertarianism is a childish far left utopia it doesn’t include much from right besides guns”; Franklin Veaux writes, “Libertarianism can be summed up as ‘I want to profit from group cooperative effort that benefits everyone, but don’t you dare tell me that I should have to contribute to the cooperative effort from which I am making money!'”; steveandthesea writes, “There is literally no ethical way to become a billionaire”; EatTheBugsBigot writes, “Corporate censorship is worse than government censorship”; and Jshbone12 writes (and the_Blind_Samurai elaborates on), “Government is good.” (Includes introductory commentary on America’s Independence Day.)

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Toxic Personal Freedom & Labor Theory of Value (34m) – Episode 310

Episode 310 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following entries to r/shitstatistssay: Little-Bears_11-2-16 writes, “I’m an American and I’m fed up with this bullshit. Our country is beyond selfish and it’s destroying the nation.”; and Pascal Morimacil writes, “Why is the labor theory of value no longer considered correct? Because it is inconvenient.”

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Hate Speech, Property Destruction, Demonization, & Natural Rights (27m) – Episode 298

Episode 298 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following entries to r/shitstatistssay: zarthrag writes, “Hate, and any of its manifestations is against the NAP. Hate speech isn’t just speech, it’s a form of aggression”; ShambhalaOrangeJuice writes, “People have a right to destroy chain buildings… because that is a part of the establishment which has oppressed them without respite”; CTR555 writes, “As far as I’m concerned, there are two types of people in America: people who vote for the Democratic nominee, and bad people”; and JimJam28 writes, “I don’t believe there is a ‘creator’ who endowed us with rights. There are no rights in nature. We decide as a society what rights should exist and how to properly protect those rights.”

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Kapitalism Kills, CEO Exploiters, & School Choice (40m) – Episode 294

Episode 294 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following entries to r/shitstatistssay: Alexander Finnegan writes, “Stalin and Mao never intentionally caused any famines”; @ikarlymarx writes, “the CEO of target makes 17 MILLION dollars a year, meanwhile a worker at target makes at $13/hr, that’s THEFT”; and AcceptableBother writes, “its pretty obvious that school choice is an attempt to siphon off government money to private schools with less oversight and fewer responsibilities”.

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