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Have you had it with politics-as-usual? Are you curious about why the vague notion of "public interest" is constantly forwarded by those who want to control you and your property?Do you yearn for a day when you are respected as an individual? Do you want to learn about the implications of self-ownership? Do you desire to live in a brilliantly better future?A dangerous myth perpetuates our political plight in America - the belief that we are free. In fact, scores of unjust laws violate our individual rights daily. We are taxed, regulated, and forced to fund governmentally monopolized services, and if we attempt to defend ourselves from any of these infringements, we are fined, arrested, punished, or even destroyed. We are no longer subjects to the King, but are we veritable slaves to the State? Most of us are afraid to answer this question, because it's easier to conform and pretend that the myth of our freedom is true. But living in fear and being obedient aren't the essence of the American spirit - embracing liberty is. Complete Liberty Podcast explains not only the sundry ills of statism, but also why political freedom is so important - and how we, as Americans, can achieve it.Visit the website of the book at www.completeliberty.com.

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Have you had it with politics-as-usual? Are you curious about why the vague notion of "public interest" is constantly forwarded by those who want to control you and your property?Do you yearn for a day when you are respected as an individual? Do you want to learn about the implications of self-ownership? Do you desire to live in a brilliantly better future?A dangerous myth perpetuates our political plight in America - the belief that we are free. In fact, scores of unjust laws violate our individual rights daily. We are taxed, regulated, and forced to fund governmentally monopolized services, and if we attempt to defend ourselves from any of these infringements, we are fined, arrested, punished, or even destroyed. We are no longer subjects to the King, but are we veritable slaves to the State? Most of us are afraid to answer this question, because it's easier to conform and pretend that the myth of our freedom is true. But living in fear and being obedient aren't the essence of the American spirit - embracing liberty is. Complete Liberty Podcast explains not only the sundry ills of statism, but also why political freedom is so important - and how we, as Americans, can achieve it.Visit the website of the book at www.completeliberty.com.

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Wes, YOU are needed - please get MORE exposure!

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This is an excellent podcast. I only wish Wes Bertrand would get out there more NOW because I feel he is the best and most articulate spokesperson for liberty at this time.

One of the best!

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I wish Wes lived closer to me so I can introduce him to my sister. The man has heart.

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Wes, YOU are needed - please get MORE exposure!

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This is an excellent podcast. I only wish Wes Bertrand would get out there more NOW because I feel he is the best and most articulate spokesperson for liberty at this time.

One of the best!

By JohnLuzzi-AgileParents.com - Jan 31 2015
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I wish Wes lived closer to me so I can introduce him to my sister. The man has heart.

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Rank #1: Episode 39 - Police injustice, the mystical meme of Objectivist government, absurd partyarchy

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Economics of Police Brutality by Art Carden http://www.independent.org/blog/?p=174 All of the world's problems could be solved is we had clearly defined ownership The contradiction of "public property" and the unaddressed fears of ownership WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS TO BE SELF-EVIDENT (AFTER A BIT OF INSPECTION) http://completeliberty.com/chapter3.php Psychology of Ownership http://www.logicallearning.net/libpsychologyofo.html Competition is a civilizing force; externalities explained (they're all around us) The Obviousness of Anarchy by John Hasnas http://www.mises.org/journals/scholar/hasnas.pdf Riding shotgun with a cop; the-end-justifies-the-means argument to provide "security" Part 1: http://freekeene.com/2008/10/21/conversation-with-shane-maxfield-kpd-lt-part-15/ Part 2: http://freekeene.com/2008/10/22/conversation-with-shane-maxfield-kpd-lt-part-25/ Part 3: http://freekeene.com/2008/10/23/conversation-with-shane-maxfield-kpd-lt-part-35/ Part 4: http://freekeene.com/2008/10/24/conversation-with-shane-maxfield-kpd-lt-part-45/ Part 5: http://freekeene.com/2008/10/25/conversation-with-shane-maxfield-kpd-lt-part-55/ Security comes with respect for individuals rights, not violation of them 'Competing' police forces follows from a privatized system (no "public property") The ills of socialized/communized "services"--denying individuals self-responsibility Crime is the Health of The State, The Kaptain's Log by Kapt Kanada, aka Manuel Miles http://www.ncc-1776.org/tle2007/tle446-20071202-09.html Statists practices of the fine arts of theft, rape, murder, arson, and duplicity The Statist "justice" system grows with the creation of more unjust laws, i.e., those that infringe on individual rights Government people protecting their own, essentially ensuring their own security, not yours The practice of coercing you in order to "help" you; the immense propaganda needed to keep the sham going Ayn Rand's contradictions about government and objective laws http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/anarchism.html Anarchy simply means "no rulers"--no tyrants allowed The government is a naive floating abstraction; the meme of government isn't much different than the meme of God, except that government translates directly into violence Projecting one's fears onto the marketplace, creating gangs of armed thugs in one's mind to somehow maintain the meme of government (which is a giant gang of armed thugs, btw) More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime And Gun-Control Laws by John R. Lott Jr. http://tinyurl.com/elg5u For a rights-respecting person, the freedom to defend yourself is absolute Peaceful coexistence is impossible with the gang called government Defining one's terms: "competing governments" as contradictory A coercive monopoly in the realm of justice essentially ruins society Rand's (and big "O"bjectivists') strain of authoritarian sociopathy Basically, people's fear of conflict with other people enslaves them and perpetuates government A coercive monopoly of "justice" services, i.e., government (even one funded voluntarily) will always provide unjust and incompetent and expensive "services" One case in point: Laws against private electricity production commerce; Jon Udell's Interviews with Innovators: Jock Gill - On Energy, IT, Markets and Society http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail3825.html My experiences with the local mafia with a flag--parking ticket Nazis--who look to make criminals out of rights-respecting individuals The brilliance of Ayn Rand was that she taught individuals to think independently and to use logic according to the main metaphysical laws (identity, causality, and non-contradiction) Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology by Ayn Rand, Leonard Peikoff, Harry Binswanger http://scholar.google.com.mx/books?id=_znYGPoNe2wC&dq=subject:%22Objectivism+(Philosophy)%22&lr=&as_brr=0&hl=en&rview=1&pgis=1 Objectively speaking, the coercive monopoly of government is a authoritarian mythology that contradicts the virtue of justice The Biological Basis of Teleological Concepts by Harry Binswanger http://www.aynrandbookstore2.com/prodinfo.asp?number=CB02B Seeing "police" for what they are: individuals who join a gang that violates individual rights and only pays lip service to the virtue of justice (enough to hoodwink those they rule over and maintain their coercive monopoly) Central planning is authoritarian sociopathy writ large--in which fears and love of domination deny freedom of choice The most vile form of mysticism: the murderous meme of government, which has no "procedural safeguards" Government as the preeminent violator of individual rights: denying people's capacity to choose a real upholder of justice So naturally, real upholders of justice will be seen as threats to government Understanding individual rights is simple: Don't hit people, don't take their stuff, and honor your promises (though no involuntary servitude is valid) "Our Enemy, The Party" by SEKIII posted by Wally Conger http://wconger.blogspot.com/2008/10/our-enemy-party.html The ills of "partyarchy," i.e., vote-chasing and power-seeking; the absurd oxymoron of politician libertarianism "The hopeless utopia of minarchy" Distinction between politics and ethics, objectively speaking http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/morality.html Seeking freedom via the State is wrong; to be consistent, one must favor not only abolition over gradualism but also market over power as the means to achieve freedom SEKIII: "The State loses by each free transaction committed in defiance or evasion of its laws, regulations and taxes; the State gains by every compliance with, acceptance of, and payment to its institutions. Thus does agorism create anarchy and partyarchy preserve the State." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counter-economics Objectivists will always lose their argument for government to their more statist comrades Coffee and chocolate are the key to long life by Richard Gray, Science Correspondent http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/health/3223650/Coffee-and-chocolate-are-the-key-to-long-life.html bumper music "Letter From The Government" by Brother Ali http://www.brotherali.com/http://www.myspace.com/brotherali

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Oct 27 2008

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Rank #2: Episode 221 - Complete Liberty Inside Out audiobook Chapter 9

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Visit the book's page at www.completeliberty.com to download the ebook for free (or purchase the softcover edition)Kindle edition here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XGSJHRA

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Jun 06 2015

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Rank #3: Episode 48 - School sucks, the nature of compulsory education versus respectful and effective pedagogy

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6-Year-Old Stares Down Bottomless Abyss Of Formal Schooling http://www.theonion.com/content/news/6_year_old_stares_down_bottomless What if children really knew what they were being dragooned into? "Public education" is group think writ large; "This is what we're supposed to do"; adults erroneously believe it's "good for socialization" Schools as prisons, basically forced "socialization" It's HOW you're taught that does the harm The Student as Nigger: Essays and Stories by Jerry Farber http://www.soilandhealth.org/03sov/0303critic/030301studentasnigger.html "...imagine what the effect must be upon our apt and impressionable minds of a twelve-year course in servility. Think about it...What is it that they're teaching you? Twelve years pitted against your classmates in a daily Roman circus. The game is Doing What You're Told." The insanity of forcing people (either big people or little people) to learn things The Comprachicos by Ayn Rand (in "The New Left: The Anti-Industrial Revolution", pp. 41-95. Signet, 1975); government school "socialization" leads to gang warfare and loss of conceptual thinking and objectivity http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/learning.html Choice quotations: http://www.stormy.org/edcompr.htm Ayn Rand and her thoughts on Rational Education by Michael S. Berliner http://tinyurl.com/8ylvr8 "Learning" by memorization rather than conceptual integration doesn't foster enlightened and healthy minds; it's dire and hopeless and soul-crushing "Public education" can't be rationally defended, but educators do have their rationalizations... Since "public education" is coercively funded, we can expect the aftermath--such as mass servility and obedient payment of property taxes Jerry Farber's "IF IT WEREN'T COMPULSORY..." http://www.soilandhealth.org/03sov/0303critic/030301studentasnigger.html "It would be well if we stopped lying to ourselves about what compulsory schooling does for our children. It temporarily imprisons them; it standardizes them; it intimidates them. If that's what we want, we should admit it. There's not much point in going on about this. If you've somehow missed reading A.S. Neill's Summerhill, you ought to go out and get it." http://www.summerhillschool.co.uk/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summerhill_School http://www.amazon.com/Summerhill-School-New-View-Childhood/dp/0312141378 Parents and other adults are much better able to create educational environments that cater to the varying interests and abilities of children, and kids should be free to pick and choose as they see fit Delayed adolescence courtesy of governmental schools Trashing Teens: Psychologist Robert Epstein argues in a provocative book, "The Case Against Adolescence," that teens are far more competent than we assume, and most of their problems stem from restrictions placed on them. by Hara Estroff Marano http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/index.php?term=pto-20070302-000002&print=1 The Case Against Adolescence: Rediscovering the Adult in Every Teen by Robert Epstein; Ph. D. http://www.amazon.com/Case-Against-Adolescence-Rediscovering-Adult/dp/188495670X Being able to conceptually integrate in an objective fashion is the hallmark of maturity (and the teenage brain has this capability) John Holt's five points on effective tutoring and learning (on page 202) http://books.google.com/books?id=oRk28eZoYNkC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ViewAPI#PPA202,M1 Instead of Education: Ways to Help People Do Things Better by John Caldwell Holt (John Holt) http://books.google.com/books?id=oRk28eZoYNkC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ViewAPI#PPP1,M1 How individualism is stamped out by the system; one only creates resistance and problems by trying to control other human minds Successfully nurturing individual young minds via student-centered and self-directed learning is key In addition to stopping their coercive behavior, government school educators need to alter their pedagogy, particularly who's in charge Case in point: Project-based learning A choice quote from the teacher in the video below: "As long as they defended their answer, then that's what I want" Picturing the Possibilities - Project-based Learning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFt6qW0Pb4c Some choice "school sucks" videos by kids: School Sucks, Rants Rule (6:02) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlRv7Ky7bgE School Sucks! (4:48) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3SKC6zi2UA&NR=1 school sucks (2:14) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DF6JfP4qJ2A Vouchers--promoting the illusion of freedom within a coercive paradigm Intrinsic motivation is key, which is impossible within a compulsory system; modern pedagogy discourages rational self-interest, as does our collectivistic culture; Dirty Dancing with The Fountainhead... Those who equate being selfish (i.e., concerned with oneself, or self-interested) with being antisocial are merely projecting their own antisocial views on those who are respectful; promoting coercive education and statism isn't social or virtuous True socialization entails independent people coming together with mutual interests, trading value for value, just like anything else in the marketplace We need to see beyond the coercive monopolies that have blinded us from amazingly beneficial possibilities in education (and the rest of the economy) bumper music "Schools Are Prisons" by the Sex Pistols http://www.sexpistolsofficial.com/http://www.artistdirect.com/nad/window/media/page/0,,1726210-4679121,00.html

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Dec 30 2008

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Rank #4: Episode 136 - Nonviolent communication reexamined

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Guest Oliver Heuler from Germany http://heuler.de/ and http://voluntarist.de/ (Google Chrome browser can translate into English on the fly:)Re: FDR 1007: A third way http://board.freedomainradio.com/forums/p/14090/119868.aspx

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http://www.freedomainradio.com/Traffic_Jams/FDR_1837_nonviolent_communication_Roundtable.mp3http://www.freedomainradio.com/Traffic_Jams/FDR_1836_NVC_Intro.mp3Nonviolent communication simply means connecting with feelings and needsNeeds for safety, security, and comfort need not come at the expense of needs for justice, autonomy, independence, choice, and respect Two invaluable parenting books:Respectful Parents, Respectful Kids: 7 Keys to Turn Family Conflict into Cooperation by Sura Hart and Victoria Kindle Hodson http://www.nonviolentcommunication.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=48andUnconditional Parenting by Alfie Kohn http://www.unconditionalparenting.com/up/No Contest: The Case Against Competition by Alfie Kohnhttp://www.alfiekohn.org/books/nc.htmWhen Competition Leads To Conflict (audio interview w/ Kohn)http://www.goodradioshows.org/peaceTalksL49.htmSpirituality, rationally understood, pertains to a heightened awareness of one's internal and external worldsPrimitive cultures fostered conformity to the tribe - http://www.logicallearning.net/libearlyhumancon.htmlYour interpretations and assessments of past experiences tend to be more important than those past experiences themselvesChange your thoughts and change your feelingshttp://www.feelinggood.com/Value judgments can be distinguished from moral judgments, and there's nothing more foundational than connecting the former with feelings and needshttp://www.cnvc.org/Training/feelings-inventoryhttp://www.cnvc.org/Training/needs-inventoryMax-Neef on Human Needs and Human-scale Development - http://www.rainforestinfo.org.au/background/maxneef.htmtranscendence, integration, autonomy, and connection may be our four basic driveshttp://porctherapy.com/2011/02/09/porc-therapy-117-nvc-feedback-ii/

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Mar 01 2011

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Rank #5: Episode 51 - From schooling to unschooling, respecting little people, the unenlightened job ticket process

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The crux of the educational problem: The age-old bad meme of an "authority" presiding over a learner's activities Sometimes, homeschooling mimics traditional pedagogy (i.e., teacher-directed learning), as do supposedly enlightened private schools (e.g., http://www.vandammeacademy.com/) Identifying, integrating, and experiencing what you're interested in--the essence of unschooling The leniency versus authoritarianism educational/parenting paradigm must be dispensed with and replaced by a respectful model Fears of parents about unschooling their kids, such as they're not "teachers"; but you don't need a permission slip, just an intrinsically motivated kid (which fortunately comes naturally:) A variety of useful resources for learner-directed homeschooling (unschooling): http://www.unschooling.com/ http://www.unschooling.info/ http://www.unschooling.org/ http://sandradodd.com/unschooling http://www.holtgws.com/whatisunschoolin.html http://www.midnightbeach.com/hs/unschool.html http://www.unschoolingamerica.com/ http://borntoexplore.org/unschool/whatis.htm http://www.amazon.com/Unschooling-Handbook-Whole-Childs-Classroom/dp/0761512764 We need to see kids as little people, capable of achieving great things, just like good tutors do And we need to come to terms with the fact that the learner has a teacher within Only in the educational system are grades given supreme importance; objectively speaking, they are irrelevant to one's life and well-being An educational system that demands students' obedience to authority is primes people for accepting the principles of communism--even though Americans are taught, via statist propaganda, to see themselves as enemies of communism Around the world, it's the theme of statism that presides Virtually all monopolies are coercive (using the coercive tools of government), not natural monopolies, with government itself on the top of the sordid, unjust heap of protection rackets It's important to distinguish between what is unethical and what is unjust, as well as what is psychologically respectful (unschooling) and what is not (traditional, controlling, or teacher-directed, methods) The kinds of socialization that take place in the prison system, i.e., in the governmental schools, aren't good for anyone (Ayn Rand quote referenced in http://www.logicallearning.net/libertyeducation.html) In order to maintain its power, government must control money and schools (fiat currency and fiat education) The discipline and self-esteem movements as manifestations of the coercive system http://www.logicallearning.net/learnerdrivened.html To doubt students' capability and initiative to direct their learning processes does NOTHING to foster their growth, and it only perpetuates widespread self-distrust Students should be seen as consumers of educational services, not obedient servants It's important to distinguish between self-efficacy and self-esteem, and to define self-esteem properly--as well as to see it as impossible to achieve in a coercive educational system, which is always contrary to development of intrinsic motivation Governmental school teachers are conduits for implementing a command-and-control pedagogy The idea of change on a national and individual level is pretty disconnected Job tickets as main goal of "higher education" (John Holt quote referenced in http://www.logicallearning.net/libertyeducation.html) Unfortunately, it's easier (in the short term) to not take responsibility for one's learning process How Academic Guilds Police Higher Education by Gary North http://www.lewrockwell.com/north/north632.html Freedom and Beyond (Innovators in Education) by John Holt http://www.amazon.com/Freedom-Beyond-Innovators-Education-John/dp/0867093676 Holt's experience of teaching student-directed learning to Harvard grad students revealed the psychology of coerced students: "You don't care about us, otherwise you'd tell us what to do." Yet, the educational buck has to stop at some point, and it might as well stop at the individual learner, not some conjured "authority" (i.e., just another individual) Decompressing from a schooling environment to an unschooling environment takes a little time, time to restore the independent decision-making ability and intrinsic motivation of the learner Unschooling: What is Deschooling? (Dayna Martin) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9meP3a64MzY Dayna Martin: Common Unschooling Questions Answered http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-NheCjqDMM Couple more resources: http://joyfullyrejoycing.com/ ; http://www.homeedmag.com/HEM/171.00/jf_art_unsch.html An idle (and busy) school teacher is a Devil's workshop--a teacher-directed learning environment commonly leads to controlling learners and thus stripping them of intrinsic motivation The chicken and the egg problem of statism and statist education; we need to reconfigure the dna to create a new species of thinking and acting--new and respectful memes need to replace domination memes Einstein, the rule breaker! Ad astra, and beyond... bumper music "School's Out" by Alice Cooper http://www.myspace.com/officialalicecooperhttp://www.alicecooper.com/

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Jan 23 2009

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Rank #6: Episode 43 - Legal standing, invalid courts versus valid justice services, the state of the American State, spreading complete

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Bureaucrats Never Have a Case by Administrator (aka Marc Stevens)    http://www.adventuresinlegalland.com/index.php?/content/view/20/27/ Statism is based on the illogical premise that you don't own your own life A "complaint" shouldn't be confused with a "case" The Stockholm Syndrome, writ large http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm_syndrome IF IT’S NATURAL TO BE FREE, WHAT’S STOPPING US? http://completeliberty.com/chapter9.php "Citizens" and "States" don't really exist; they're unjust legal fictions The words on paper crafted by bureaucrats are necessarily open to vast interpretation, and many of words spell injustice The Constitution’s Problems: Article I Section 8...Sadly, A Template For Disaster http://completeliberty.com/chapter2.php#47 Once you allow taxation, you open society up to unending tyranny, saying in effect that extortion is good and proper and useful The two absolutely essential elements of legal standing: 1) violation of a legal right and 2) personal injury The unjust laws of the Nanny State create "criminals" out of everyone and generating constant "revenue" for the terrocrats The problem with our society today is not strictly the authoritarian sociopaths in the insane institution of government; it's all the people who are either tuned out or tacitly or directly support violent ideologies; mostly slave-on-slave violence keeps us enslaved Why does society need the monstrous contradiction of government, the preeminent violator of individual rights? Such a meme only promotes low self-esteem and perpetual enslavement "Tax cases" are an indication of how truly sick and twisted our culture is--governmental employees are putting people in cages who've violated no one's rights! Statists allege (but never prove) that the "State" has a legal right to "tax revenue" (your money) and governmental employees are "injured" when they don't get their extorted money "No attempt is made to put such allegations in an 'indictment' because it’s impossible to establish factually how an obligation to file a 'tax return' was created. To prove an obligation or legal right was created, there must be a connection between the people asserting the right and the person who allegedly has this obligation. Statists immediately point out the 'constitution.' And that is the point where they lose; and lose big time." Basically, people in government seek to deprive individuals of self-ownership and property rights simply by virtue of their geographical location, essentially claiming that we are born enslaved It's monstrously contradictory to claim the "right" to deprive innocent others of their rights to self and property The Constitution binds or obligates no one and created nothing; no one today has signed or agreed to it as a contract, except perhaps some brainwashed governmental employees, those who really need to unbrainwash themselves by reading the following: No Treason. No. VI, The Constitution of No Authority.  (1870).* http://www.lysanderspooner.org/notreason.htm#no6 "The State" can't be a valid plaintiff; it's at best a fictional third party; "The State" has no standing in any case, not even regarding real crimes such as murder "There is no such thing as a legitimate government, so nothing they do is legitimate regardless of the endless red herrings statists throw up." "Government is men and women providing services on a compulsory basis; pay or get shot. To be legitimate they would have to drop their guns and provide their services on a voluntary basis. However, the moment they do so, they cease to be a government." Either you're for voluntary social interaction (complete liberty) or you're for anti-social human interaction (statism) "...statism and it’s supporting theology are not here to promote freedom or protect 'Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness'; it’s mind control to divert our attention away from the actions of anti-social individuals who are so desperate to 'protect' us they are willing to kill us and steal our property." The libertarian movement is crippled by the unwillingness to differentiate those who want a voluntary society and those who do not; any libertarian who promotes "limited" government or any form of statism whatsoever is engaging in this monstrous moral contradiction in society All governmental courts operate outside the bounds of natural and objective law, i.e., a voluntarily funded and provided legal system; statist courts, regardless of their rhetoric (used for public relations), are necessarily invalid Prosecution of alleged rights-violators must involve restitution and reparations; the ingenuity of justice service entrepreneurs will probably entail many elements of the insurance model As we transition to complete liberty, the need for rights-protection services becomes less and less; the threat against our lives and property will be extremely remote in a society of complete liberty, because the biggest violators of rights (governments) will be absent The only way to clarity in these matters is to reassess the nature of one's volitional capacity and one's fears of others, which entails addressing the moral corruption and authoritarianism in family life; "Do this because I said so" is the same as "Obey this law (because we wrote it down)" Are We There Yet, Are We There Yet? Let’s Check Marx and Engels’s List by Robert Higgs http://www.independent.org/newsroom/article.asp?id=2366 The Timeless Allure Of Communism http://completeliberty.com/chapter1.php#15 Government needs to make slaves out of adults (property tax payers) to indoctrinate future tax payers (kids in schools of government) "Remember the government's motto: you've got money, and we want it." "Therefore, in the present distressing circumstances, we may be warranted in asking: is our politico-economic system finally going smash in a frenzy of monetary inflation, bailouts, and government takeovers? We’ll know the answer pretty soon." So, what can we do? Focus on passing moral judgment; point out to others the coercion at the base of society (the gun in the room: http://www.lewrockwell.com/molyneux/molyneux29.html); and, get people out of your life who behave in morally corrupt ways and advocate coercion Ultimately, it's either statism or voluntarism; mutual respect of persons and property is the ideal bumper music "Gimmee_Dada Orwell-REMIX" by Roger Grant and Dada Orwell (aka Dave Ridley) http://www.politicalgraffiti.com/nhfree/music/Gimmee_Dada_Orwell-REMIX.mp3

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Nov 25 2008

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Rank #8: Episode 56 - Participatory fascism, mixed economies, living for your own sake

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Are We All Socialists Now? Not at All by Robert Higgs http://hnn.us/blogs/entries/61504.html Is socialism as dead as the dodo? Its new guise as participatory fascism Authoritarian sociopaths are always on the lookout for new ways to blame the marketplace and go where they haven't gone before with coercive programs, be they in education, energy, or health care Authoritarian sociopaths engage in a constant process of breaking things and then breaking more things while trying to "fix" them Two of the wealthiest participatory fascists: Bill Gates and Warren Buffet Bill Gates and Warren Buffett Talk With UNL Students About Much More Than Money by Steve Jordon, Omaha World-Herald, Neb. http://www.redorbit.com/news/education/260603/bill_gates_and_warren_buffett_talk_with_unl_students_about/ Authoritarian sociopaths waste the loot they steal from those who don't waste it (productive people) People are hoodwinked via indoctrination and propaganda--and many pick the low-hanging fruit of governmental jobs and contracts Dreaded participatory fascism health-care headlines: http://www.smartbrief.com/servlet/wireless?issueid=0609794D-1FD7-4B20-836F-72B0230FA9EF&sid=72af7153-ad2d-4c88-ac7b-16b89b6c75b2 What would happen if people kept their money away from the authoritarian sociopathic programs? By what right, standard, or code can some people presume to "let" other individuals makes their own choices? No right, an unjust standard, and an immoral code Government delivers the lowest possible quality at the highest possible price Not only does the emperor have no clothes--there is no such thing as emperor! Because governmental action is based on coercion and involuntary interaction, no good can come from it; rational minds require choice to function The mainstream media gives you only a fraction of the info you need to make informed decisions A 'Rebel' With A Cause on CBSNews.com (Michelle Muccio http://www.acton.org/people/mmuccio.php ) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Go1HyZ6x-aI The problem of libertarian concessions to consistent statists is hindering the progression to freedom Each of us exists for our own sake, not for the sake of the State or "others" At the end of the day, Ron Paul is a politician; he writes in "earmarks" to bring home loot to his "constituents" in his "district" and concedes the statist premise of Constitutional government Immigration Reform in 2006? by Ron Paul (statist insanity!) http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul343.html In Defense of Ron Paul’s Earmarks by Eric Phillips (who thinks sound principles can be fudged) http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig7/phillips5.html Are "the masses" willing to accept personal responsibility? Higgs says "No" CLP says "Yes" In truth, a minority of the American population, the so-called intellectuals and the authoritarian sociopaths are the ones who are unwilling to accept personal responsibility Further reading: Freedom—An Intellectual Issue http://www.logicallearning.net/libfreedomintell.html A mixed economy confuses the moral issues and ideas in the statist extortion and regulation rackets Philosophers and intellectuals aren't using the method of non-contradictory identification (logic) in ethics and politics one wit The host doesn't need to parasites to survive and thrive; we don't need them (those in government) to survive and thrive Today's America is running on prior capital, which today's level of statism is unapologetically consuming Slumdog Millionaire winning awards is an indication or how morally bankrupt our culture is--the portrayal of wallowing in poverty, filth, and wretched contentment, coupled with rampant immorality and injustice Political systems throughout the world are impoverishing whole countries Is America Number One? by John Stossel (which includes inspecting the differences in starting and running a business in Hong Kong, Calcutta, and NYC--though all within the statist paradigm, in which you don't live for your own sake) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZpDjxIPpFc Widespread panhandling is an example of what government does to economies We don't need anyone hindering our choices or offering us tax dollars (extorted loot), essentially creating barriers to entry to the wealth of a truly free market Sitting in traffic is an illustration of the highway to hell paved by governmental employees Authoritarian sociopaths don't care about your life satisfaction, though they do care about keeping you enslaved Complete liberty asks that you demand the best in your life If individuals aren't being respected, you don't have a respectful society More participatory fascism: Genentech pushes more diagnostic-test regulation http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/stories/2009/02/23/newscolumn4.html?b=1235365200%5e1782424 Galaxy has 'billions of Earths' http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7891132.stm bumper music "Everyday" by Authority Zero http://www.authorityzero.com/http://www.myspace.com/authorityzero

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Mar 01 2009

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Rank #9: Episode 210 - Childhood trauma and its effects on adulthood and parenting

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The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.http://www.amazon.com/The-Body-Keeps-Score-Healing/dp/0670785938

Power Under: Trauma And Nonviolent Social Change by Steven Winemanhttp://www.traumaandnonviolence.com

some counters to "resource depletion" arguments...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abundance:_The_Future_Is_Better_Than_You_Thinkhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ultimate_Resource

Guard Your Family Against a Major Unseen StressorA free online self-improvement course by psychotherapist Peter Gerlachhttp://sfhelp.org

Was your childhood normal (healthy)? How do you know?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxY0guDvS-s

Were you traumatized as a child? How do you know?http://youtu.be/Zo1RBWNT5Ts

Are you an EFFECTIVE parent? Were your parents effective?http://youtu.be/OHf3J4P-6Fg

Are you distorting reality? How do you know?http://youtu.be/NeYpFER6iyA

What is a "Grown Wounded Child" (GWC)?http://youtu.be/G8INyxX6VNI

bumper music “Instrumental - Gayatri Mantra (Flute,Sitar & Santoor)”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6czBEQi73c

Jan 30 2015

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Rank #10: Episode 212 - Adverse Childhood Experiences and reflections on therapeutic solutions

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guest Matt - http://deadeasylife.com :)

A Theory Of Objectivist Parenting by Roslyn Rosshttp://www.amazon.com/Theory-Objectivist-Parenting-Roslyn-Ross/dp/1502315548Parenting like Ragnar and Kay: How to raise an individualist with high self-esteemhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-8JDpT1mSMhttp://www.acestudy.orghttp://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/acestudy/http://www.acestudy.org/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/ACE_Calculator-English.127143712.pdfhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adverse_Childhood_Experiences_Studyhttp://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/violence/activities/adverse_childhood_experiences/questionnaire.pdfTEDMED 2014: Nadine Burke Harrishttp://www.ted.com/talks/nadine_burke_harris_how_childhood_trauma_affects_health_across_a_lifetimehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXXTLf7oouUhttp://acestoohigh.com/category/ace-study/The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.http://www.amazon.com/The-Body-Keeps-Score-Healing/dp/0670785938TEDxTriangleNC - Catherine Cadden - Direct Action in Lovehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7lxO5kwMsghttp://nhlibertyforum.com/sessions/connecting-across-differences-through-empathy-circles/http://zenvc.orgNo Contest: The Case Against Competition by Alfie Kohnhttp://www.alfiekohn.org/books/nc.htmWhen Competition Leads To Conflict (audio interview w/ Kohn)http://www.goodradioshows.org/peaceTalksL49.htmShame & Guilt: Masters of Disguise Paperback by Jane Middelton-Mozhttp://www.amazon.com/Shame-Guilt-Disguise-Jane-Middelton-Moz/dp/1558740724http://choiceconversations.libsyn.com/the-voices-in-my-head-with-jay-earleyhttps://selftherapyjourney.com/Pattern/Beginning/How_STJ_Works.aspxhttp://personal-growth-programs.com/inner-critic-section/inner-critic-types/https://selftherapyjourney.com/Pattern/Beginning/Accessing_Childhood_Origins.aspxPathways to Liberation Self-Assessmenthttp://radicalcompassion.com/matrixhttp://happinesscounseling.com/happiness-resources/Healing Your Emotional Self: A Powerful Program to Help You Raise Your Self-Esteem, Quiet Your Inner Critic, and Overcome Your Shame by Beverly Engelhttp://www.amazon.com/Healing-Your-Emotional-Self-Self-Esteem/dp/0470127783http://www.amazon.com/Wasnt-Your-Fault-Childhood-Self-Compassion/dp/1626250995Laniakea: Our home superclusterhttps://youtu.be/rENyyRwxpHoHow to reduce psychological wounds (Lesson 1 of 7)-3https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymroTBcvtZMWhat to expect as you recover from early-childhood trauma-4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jV1ryDuI0aEbumper music “The Adventure” by Angels & Airwaveshttp://www.angelsandairwaves.com/

Mar 16 2015

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Rank #11: Episode 141 - Unconditional parenting, part five

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In this episode I cover Chapter Four: Punitive Damages in the book Unconditional Parenting: Moving From Rewards And Punishments To Love And Reason by Alfie Kohnhttp://www.unconditionalparenting.com/up/The jail and prison system is a case study in punitive damages, wreaking havoc on individuals and our culturePunishment is inimical to individual life and well-being; though it's used as a costly way to control others and "teach them a lesson," it can never foster respect and self-esteemGovernment is simply a manifestation of the punishment model used by parents carried into the public realm; those in government have no property rights jurisdiction (they are neither property owners nor voluntarily chosen--i.e., hired--agents of property owners)Punishment by parents directly undermines a loving relationship with children, sabotaging both trust and respectbumper music "This Is My House" by trance[]controlhttp://www.trancecontrol.com/

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May 12 2011

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Rank #12: Episode 165 - Breaking Free, part one

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Breaking Free by Nathaniel Brandenhttp://books.google.com/books/about/Breaking_free.html?id=2U8dAQAAMAAJThe Questions:1. When you were a child, did your parents' manner of behaving and of dealing with you give you the impression that you were living in a world that was rational, predictable, and intelligible? Or a world that was bewildering, contradictory, incomprehensible, unknowable?2. Were you taught the importance of learning to think, the importance of developing your mind, the importance of becoming a rational being? Did your parents provide you with intellectual stimulation and convey the idea that the use of your mind can be an exciting pleasure?http://nathanielbranden.comExplore your subconscious emotional psychologyhttp://happinesscounseling.com/happiness-resources/

Participate in my group therapy program:http://happinesscounseling.com/group-sessions-2/ 

"Parents most potent tool of teaching is through example" N.B.bumper music "Waltz in C-sharp minor" by Frederic Chopinhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waltz_in_C-sharp_minor,_Op._64,_No._2_(Chopin)

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Jun 15 2012

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Rank #13: Episode 49 - Information revolution, learning with Web technologies, schools that don't suck, self-interest and self-responsibi

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Understanding the Web and America's youth http://www.rocketboom.com/rb_08_dec_03/ (An Interview with Don Tapscott) net@night 79: Don Tapscott, Grown Up Digital http://twit.tv/natn79 What are the implications of always being connected to the Internet? Governmental schools are the main anchor around the neck of our society The common person seems to follow all the clueless statist intellectuals Coercively-funded "Public schools" cannot teach anything coherent about economics--because they operate outside the free market The ills of Keynesian (governmental) economics versus the goodness of Austrian (free market) economics What government does (perpetrate crimes) is prohibited to individuals outside of government Of course, government by nature has no interest in defending and upholding individual rights Being a "good student" leads to being a "good citizen," in which obedience and compliance are expected Liberation by Internet by Gennady Stolyarov II http://mises.org/story/3060 Surfing the Net via China? http://chinachannel.hk/ More and more access to information will eventually destroy the statist memes Focusing on technological improvements without focusing on getting rid of authoritarian pedagogy is beyond ridiculous http://www.grownupdigital.com/index.php/2008/12/teachers-and-technology-should-work-together/ Teaching is the highest form of manipulation, said one of my college profs The fine pedagogical art of of trimming leaves on a rotten tree...and singing teachers union songs Mimicking free market innovations in the governmental school classroom still retains an antiquated pedagogy and statist memes The entire authoritarian structure of governmental education must be hidden (in plain sight) with propaganda and threats Check out iTunes University for tons of educational stuff! http://www.apple.com/education/mobile-learning/http://deimos3.apple.com/indigo/main/main.xml Finding ways to approach statist mentalities in a constructive rather than destructive (pugilistic;) fashion Explaining another's point view, so that he/she feels understood The main problem with minarchism is that it leads the statist apparatus (coercive monopoly) in place to abuse the populace Having a negative tone towards government (because those in it act unjustly and immorally) really means having a positive view of individuals (and the respect they deserve) Resourceful, creative, independent, innovative, and moral individuals are threats to government itself; thus governmental schools Basically, because people are not practicing enough self-responsibility, we have government Noble purposes must be ascribed to the unjust and immoral actions of governmental officials, in order to appeal to people's inherent virtues and make things seem not what they are People defend evil in order to prevent their worldview from dissolving Our task is to be objective and state the truth, especially when nearly everyone is defending falsehoods (particularly statist intellectuals) The importance of Wikipedia for fact-checking and information literacy Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations by Clay Shirky http://www.amazon.com/Here-Comes-Everybody-Organizing-Organizations/dp/1594201536 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Here_comes_everybody Web 2.0 technologies will eventually rid the world of powerful guilds, so-called experts, and sundry "authorities" Statism is anti-self-esteem and anti-change; complete liberty is pro-self-esteem and pro-change The agricultural revolution, industrial revolution, information revolution were all exploited by government to enslave and destroy individuals We still live in the age of pre-logic, where most people pay little attention to contradictions An attempt at a peaceful world? http://www.itakethevow.com/ Those in government ultimately depend on violence, theft, and deception in order to exist; since people already know this, why do they make excuses for statism? One of Stefan Molyneux's brilliant assessments of the subject: http://www.mediafly.com/Podcasts/Episodes/FDR1233_Free_Will_Determinism_And_Self_Knowledge Governmental schooling is an organization of authoritarian sociopathy the purports to be good for "students" Paul Dressel's smart quote: "A grade can be regarded only as an inadequate report of an inaccurate judgment by a biased and variable judge of the extent to which a student has attained an undefined level of mastery of an unknown proportion of an indefinite amount of material." Facts and Fancy in Assigning Grades. Basic College Quarterly, 2 (1957), 6-12 (referenced here: http://www.logicallearning.net/libertyeducation.html) Grades and tests as essential methods of controlling students Brett's world history lesson in 10 seconds: A long story, continuously repeating itself, looping century after century, about how an extremely small group of people controls an extremely large group of people by fear or by force--and their best weapon is the ignorance of the people Though the Bill of Rights looks good on paper (supposedly restraining despotic government), it harbors a false premise--it legitimizes a coercive institution that violate individual rights on a daily basis To defy property taxes (i.e., extortion) is heroic--it's crucial to stand up for logic, property rights, and especially individual learners Sudbury model (the "free school" model) compared and contrasted with Montessori, Waldorf, and Progressive schools (and "student government"), as well as homeschooling http://www.sudval.org/ A couple useful resources (basically, parentally unstructured homeschooling): http://www.unschooling.org/index.htm and http://www.unschooling.com/ The fastest and best way to help kids become educated, self-esteeming, and mature is to respect their right to make choices as individual learners Interest (intrinsic motivation) is the only criterion for engaging in any activity, and satisfaction the only evaluation of success (Sudbury model, or any enlightened pedagogy) My favorite child psychology book: The Secret of Childhood by Maria Montessori http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=8977399 A learner who doesn't know what to learn (no imposed lesson plan), will then learn how to know what to learn! Learning as manifestation of the entrepreneurial spirit Boredom as learning experience; people's discomfort with themselves is yet another product of governmental schools Democratic decision-making denies self-responsibility and objectivity, though it is a good tool for quelling dissent and imposing self-blame (You, it's what's for dinner!) The two aspects of government that really suck--the one that doesn't work for you (even though it's supposed to) and the one that works for those in charge Democracy: The God That Failed: The Economics And Politics Of Monarchy, Democracy, And Natural Order by Hans-Hermann Hoppe http://tinyurl.com/lv7xr Psychologist Carl Rogers' fabulous quotation about the proper educational attitude: "To free curiosity; to permit individuals to go charging off in new directions dictated by their own interests; to unleash the sense of inquiry; to open everything to questioning and exploration; to recognize that everything is in process of change—here is an experience I can never forget." (referenced here: http://www.logicallearning.net/libertyeducation.html) Ultimately, the governmental school is a processing plant: The child goes in; the obedient employee/soldier/taxpayer goes out What's needed: The Practice of Self-Responsibility by Nathaniel Branden http://www.nathanielbranden.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=21_23&products_id=36 bumper music "Teenagers" by My Chemical Romance http://mychemicalromance.com/

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Jan 08 2009

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Rank #14: Episode 55 - Mafia with a flag, coercive monopolies, producers versus parasites

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The essence of complete liberty is mutual respect of persons and property If people in government really wanted to help people, they wouldn't do "business" at the point of a gun (the mafia with a flag) For statists, freedom is passe One damn fine statist automobile: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trabant Uber Czar to be Renamed by Jennifer Kerfuffle http://manhattancapital.blogspot.com/2009/02/uber-czar-to-be-renamed.html The drug war has been greatly successful in destroying individual rights Shooting socialistic/fascistic fish in a barrel... Ending the Hidden Agenda Behind Tax Cuts by Joe Brewer http://www.truthout.org/021709R Liberals/progressives and conservatives are basically two statist peas in the pod of authoritarian sociopathy What is one thing that government (aka a legalized coercive monopoly) does better than any business in the marketplace? Perhaps public relations! A coercive monopoly imposes the lowest quality product/service at the highest possible price The various euphemisms of taxation... People don't need others to impede their trade--or take a cut of it; statists aren't needed It boils down to the productive people versus the parasites Should freedom be free? Of course You don't need representation: You represent yourself every day via the money you make, save, and spend Presidents merely posture and pretend to have authority The number one goal of authoritarian sociopaths is to control productive people; if it weren't for their pr scheme, they'd be shamed out of their "jobs" Key question: If what those in government provide is so valuable, why don't they provide it in a voluntary manner (i.e., without pointing guns at people and coercing them)? Words such as "must" and "require" simply reflect the ideology of violence The people who are attracted to governmental service are most interested in controlling others Gangsters and banksters run together; they're part of the same tribe in which legislation creates economic disasters, which subvert personal responsibility Progressives et al forward governmental solutions to government-created problems If you consider yourself a moral person, and you think that the institution of government is good, then you really need to check your contradictory premises Just because people comply and toss ballots in a box, doesn't mean they're not being coerced Citizens and states are legal fictions, arbitrary constructs that enslave individuals The nature of the (future) profit-driven health care system, versus the statist status quo with shoddy service and high prices Coercion is anti-reason and anti-life Statism is the philosophy of death bumper music "United States of "Whatever" (Bush Remix)" by Liam Lynch, directed by Jerry Gilio http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3XiW9goo1U

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Feb 22 2009

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Rank #15: Episode 182 - Authority and compliance, parenting ethics roundtable

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http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/19/nyregion/babys-latest-going-diaperless-at-home-or-even-in-the-park.htmlNonviolent communication, or nvchttp://happinesscounseling.com/NVC_Intro.pdfhttp://www.cnvc.org/Training/feelings-inventoryhttp://www.cnvc.org/Training/needs-inventoryhttp://www.wikihow.com/Practice-Nonviolent-Communicationhttp://www.amazon.com/Nonviolent-Communication-Language-Marshall-Rosenberg/dp/1892005034/The Basics of Non Violent Communication 1.1http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-129JLTjkQIt can be challenging to learn a language of life and not fall back on past parenting scriptsAn ethics based on needs, empathy, and compassionate connection can foster a free society3-week nvc teleconference - http://a-path-with-heart.netIt's key to distinguish actual feelings from moralistic judgments of self and othershttp://www.logicallearning.net/ResponsibilityForFeelings.mp3 (10min clip by Rosenberg)http://wordsthatwork.us/Conflict happens on the level of strategies, not needs (which are universal)http://happinesscounseling.com/happiness-resources/bumper music "I Love Being A Parent" by Jeff Foxworthyhttp://www.amazon.com/Love-Being-Parent-Album-Version/dp/B001B85R5Sand"Parents Just Don't Understand" by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Princehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/album/hes-the-dj-im-the-rapper/id306676844

Apr 25 2013

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Rank #16: Episode 199 - The practice of living consciously

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This episode is an extended replay of:http://schoolsucksproject.com/260-the-practice-of-living-consciously-the-six-pillars-of-self-esteem-part-1/http://nathanielbranden.com/product-category/self-esteem/http://happinesscounseling.com/happiness-resources/Couple helpful new nutrition books:http://www.amazon.com/The-Great-Cholesterol-Myth-Disease/dp/1592335217http://www.amazon.com/Cholesterol-Clarity-What-Wrong-Numbers/dp/1936608383Informative interview that details how the present nutritional myths got started:http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/shownotes/9373/771-llvlc-classic-lipid-expert-dr-chris-masterjohn-examines-traditional-diets/Another book that deals with perhaps the biggest nutritional falsehood foisted on Americans during the last few decades:The Calorie Myth: How to Eat More, Exercise Less, Lose Weight, and Live Better by Jonathan Bailorhttp://www.amazon.com/The-Calorie-Myth-Exercise-Weight/dp/0062267337bumper music "Tunnel Of Love" by Bruce Springsteenhttp://brucespringsteen.net/

Mar 20 2014

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Rank #17: Episode 134 - Violence of cops and judges, need for nonviolent communication

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Guests Brett from http://schoolsucksproject.com and Daniel from http://warisimmoral.comhttp://www.cnvc.org/learn-nvc/learn-nonviolent-communicationhttp://www.wikihow.com/Practice-Nonviolent-CommunicationFree Ademo! Free Speech! by Pete Eyrehttp://www.copblock.org/1748/freeademo/http://freekeene.com/2011/01/26/ridley-reports-on-ademos-arrest/http://freekeene.com/2011/01/25/video-ademo-v-freeman-sentenced-to-60-days-in-jail-for-speaking/Non Violent Communication - A Roundtable - Wes Bertrand, Brett Veinotte and Stefan Molyneux discuss Marshall Rosenberg's theory of nonviolent communication.http://blip.tv/file/4674030/cross post on Brett's sitehttp://www.schoolsucksproject.com/podcasts/80FDR 1836 Nonviolent Communication – An Introduction by Stefan Molyneuxhttp://www.freedomainradio.com/Traffic_Jams/FDR_1836_NVC_Intro.mp3The Art of Living Consciously by Nathaniel Brandenhttp://www.nathanielbranden.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=21_23&products_id=28In the Line of Duty - Watch: SLC Cop Kills Golf Club Wielder; Your Take??http://www.lineofduty.com/the-blotter/110671-watch-slc-cop-kills-golf-club-wielder-your-take'Cops Kill People Execution Style Judges Cover It Up For Them' 1/24/11 - Freedom Watch Newshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3I4_7AGM2Ahttp://www.theagitator.com/2011/01/25/me-on-freedomwatch-2/Don't bring golf club to gun fighthttp://forums.officer.com/forums/showthread.php?159212-Don-t-bring-golf-club-to-gun-fightShots Fired: Ogden, Utah 05-26-2006http://www.policemag.com/Channel/Gangs/Articles/Print/Story/2008/08/Ogden-Utah-05-26-2006.aspxVideo Shows Utah Man Being Killed in Drug Raidhttp://stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle/2011/jan/19/video_shows_utah_man_being_killehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kathryn_Johnston_shootingThe Case Of Cory Maye http://www.reason.tv/video/show/403.htmlhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cory_MayeHow to fix the police by Kent McManigalhttp://www.examiner.com/libertarian-in-albuquerque/how-to-fix-the-policeAbout that "War on Cops".... by William N. Grigghttp://freedominourtime.blogspot.com/2011/01/about-that-war-on-cops.htmlBest of the 2010 Bullrun Rally - Too Hot for TV! by The Smoking Tirehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50cJvmtPrRcVisit the new http://completeliberty.com! It's now a social networking site, where you can organize local get-togethers.2011 Liberty Getaway 5-day cruise to Bermuda (registration deadline March 1st)http://www.btwcruises.com/rw/view/475http://freedomcamp.wikispaces.com/bumper music "Cops And Criminals" by Pleasure Clubhttp://www.myspace.com/pleasureclub/music/albums/the-fugitive-kind-8768605to comment, please go to http://completeliberty.com/magazine/category/91697

Feb 03 2011

1hr 8mins

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Rank #18: Episode 214 - Complete Liberty Inside Out audiobook Chapter 2

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Visit the book's page at www.completeliberty.com to download the ebook for free (or purchase the softcover edition)

Kindle edition here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XGSJHRA

bumper music “Bright Side”https://soundcloud.com/juliankruse

May 13 2015

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Rank #19: Episode 203 - The practice of living purposefully

Jun 12 2014

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