Episode 358 welcomes back Chris Jenkins to chat with Skyler on the following topics: their Jurassic Park movie favorites, in order; movies during the 2020 pandemic; social distancing verse physical distance and whether something more sinister is afoot; Samuel Konkin III’s agorism and counter-economic strategies for starving the state of tax revenue; civil disobedience; challenging the state’s jurisdictional claims (and a bit on Skyler’s recent experience with his Airbnb, found here); gumming up the gears of state action through courts and in raising the costs of their bureaucratic enforcement; Utah allowing community service in lieu of paying traffic fines and where that law originated; unschooling and homeschooling as agorist action; and more.
While I favor Agorism, Voluntaryism, and Anarcho-Capitalism, I do have a solid knowledge base on the United States Constitutional Republic. This article will focus on normative foreign policy in this context, and later articles will deal with more philosophically palatable foreign policy questions.
Episode 093 welcomes Will Treadway to the podcast for a chat with Skyler. Topics include: industrial work, his lifelong passion for reading, recommended books and television series, comic book movies, 9/11, becoming anti-war, adoption, agorism, civil disobedience and challenging jurisdiction, occupational licensure, caveat emptor, the courage in digging for truth, and more.
I am a voluntaryist, anarchist, libertarian, agorist, and capitalist. These are legitimate, effective ways of accomplishing worthy goals without resorting to authoritarian control.
As advocates of a truly free society, we voluntaryists, unlike the statists who outnumber us, do not engage in traditional political activism. This simple fact got me thinking about a habitual plan or checklist each of us might form or follow quite naturally, in the course of our daily lives in order to promote the kind of stateless socioeconomic order we envision.
Liberty Lifestyle 007, “In this special presentation by Michael Cundick with tips from David Turner, we learn about the importance of Permaculture Gardening and building stronger, healthier communities.”
Liberty Lifestyle 006 has Tyler sitting down with Eric McCool of Permagora, a website on permaculture and agorism.
Government directives to do evil (whether by commission or omission) do not override our conscience and our understanding of right and wrong. I favor agoristic obviation of government institutions. I support voluntary alternatives to government services as much as I can and continue to encourage government institutions to reduce and eliminate their restrictions on our freedoms.
The Portland anarchists at PARC are out to fix more roads and serve their community, by voluntary action. Without government permission and at government dismay. Only few anarchists are bandana-wearing, Molotov cocktail-wielding protestors, while many are peaceful, liberty-loving people who want to help their community via voluntary association.
Peaceful Anarchism 006 is an interview of Shane Buell by Danilo Cuellar. The conversation covers all bases, from Shane’s journey to voluntaryism to agorism to psychology and spirituality. About the Pull Out Method: “Instead of smashing the state or changing it from the inside, we can just ‘pull out’ by removing our support for government and using the free market to go around it instead of through it.”