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The State Is Not Great – Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio at LibertyFest West!

Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, talks about how best to help people understand the true value of human liberty.

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The Tiny Dot

A situation too weird for 99.999% of people to adequately explain. Continue reading

Government Explained

An inquisitive alien visits the planet to check on our progress as a species, and gets into a conversation with the first person he meets. The alien discovers that we live under the rule of a thing called “government”, and wants to understand more about what “government” is, what it does, and why it exists. Continue reading

The Jones Plantation

One cannot change reality by changing the words you use to describe reality. Look beneath the rhetoric, and glimpse the truth. Continue reading

The Truth About Voting

РThe truth about voting. From Freedomain Radio http://www.freedomainradio.com See also: Practical Politics

The Freedomain Radio Compilation – Stefan Molyneux Speaks!

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The State as Family

Why it is so hard to get people to think rationally about the state. From Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophy show in the world – http://www.freedomainradio.com Continue reading

The Tale of the Slave – Robert Nozick

– Consider the following sequence of cases, which we shall call the Tale of the Slave, and imagine it is about you. 1. There is a slave completely at the mercy of his brutal master’s whims. He often is cruelly beaten, called out in the middle of the night, and so on. 2. The master … Continue reading

You ARE an Anarchist

Host Samuel William compares the definitions of anarchy, monarchy and democracy as well as talking about ‘the gun in the room’ and some of the doublespeak between what we are told to believe and what is real. Continue reading