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Nathan Goodman From C4SS

Ben talks to Nathan Goodman about Left Libertarianism, free markets, justice, and the symbiotic relationship between governments and corporations. Continue reading

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0166 pc103 Interview With Allen on The Justice Trap

Ben and Allen talk about the justice trap, how people fall into it, how the State keeps them in it, and how a small group of people profit from it. Continue reading

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0067 The Wise Kindly Judge and Lopez The Liar

We have a double feature today. The myth of the wise kindly judge and the story of Lopez the liar. Continue reading

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0054 Episode 16 Monopolies Justice and Birth Control

Episode 16 Bad Quaker Podcast with Ben and Ki Featured in this episode: Lightning strike and information outages State supported monopoles and the managed market Woodpecker headed justice and how the State is punishing a child for saving a bird … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Wise Kindly Judge

The Myth of the Wise Kindly Judge by Ben Stone A long time ago, almost 30 years now, I had a friend named Cameron. He was a sweetheart of a guy with a great sense of humor, but in his … Continue reading

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