Tag Archives: James C Scott

0372 pc307 Voluntary Society is Not Utopia

Perfect utopia is not our goal. But aggressive government creates an aggressive society, whereas a voluntary society creates a more peaceful society. Continue reading

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0253 pc189 Milk, Lemonade, Slavery, and the Free People of Zomia

Today Ben talks about Lemonade Freedom Day, police enforcement of unjust laws, and the free people of upland southeast Asia known as Zomia. Continue reading

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0094 pc36 Answer The Three Questions

Libertarians need to be able to answer the three questions people always ask us. Continue reading

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0072 PC20 Anonymous Tax Slavery and Appalachia

Ben and Ki talk about Anonymous and the upcoming attack on Wall Street, the Zero Aggression Principle, the Norman Conquest, tax slavery, and Appalachia. Continue reading

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Episode 4 Bad Quaker Dot Com Podcast

Episode 4 Bad Quaker Dot Com Podcast With Ben and Ki   Featured in this episode: Grains, Grass Allergies, Hay Fever, and their relationship to Grains Gallbladder Disease and Grains Natural Foods Hunter Gatherer/Intense Farming Grains and Slavery to the … Continue reading

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