The Most Powerful Way to Educate your Kids

My dad spent a considerable sum of money every month to send me to a Catholic grade school in Northeast Philadelphia in the 1980s. It was a decent working class institution. Our first subject in the morning was Religion. It went downhill from there. Discipline was emphasized. Actually, it was shoved down our throats. To tell you the truth, I was so bored that I, the eventual valedictorian when I graduated eighth grade, became a troublemaker. Wow, did I make trouble.

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Who Will Join Me in Educating Delaware Valley Juries?

For some time now I have been seeking collaborators to do fully-informed jury (FIJA) activism in the Delaware Valley (Philadelphia area). But someone told me they had no idea what that was or why it might be important. Thanks to David of No Third Solution, here is your answer: Why FIJA Activism is Important. Please […]

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8 Reasons to Join the Liberty Reading Group

N.B.: The Liberty Reading Group has moved to goodreads.com I was admiring my large to-be-read collection of libertarian literature and thought, “Hey, I need to kick-start this puppy, and I bet others do, too! We need a Liberty Reading Group, a place where we can get intellectual and motivate ourselves to read more, and more […]

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An Early Plan for Open Source Peaceful Evolution

When does the banditry of government end? How do we get our lives back? In traditional voluntaryist fashion, I’m convinced we need to liberate 6 billion minds worldwide simultaneously. But pure educational efforts are not enough. We have to live our principles, as exemplified in agorism. We need an organizational model that is resilient, efficient […]

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52 Things I Learned at the Liberty Forum

Liberty, today, is like yarn. Many disregard it as obsolete, irrelevant and generally uninteresting. But not in New Hampshire. At the Free State Project’s Liberty Forum in Nashua, NH this past weekend, I found intelligent, personable and dedicated libertarians who practice what they preach by having uprooted themselves and moved to New Hampshire to work […]

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