Tim Picciott (The Libertarian Advisor) will be the guest speaker at this Saturday's Arizona Breakfast Club
Was the idea of money introduced to control mankind? What if there was a way to live without money? Join me for a live roundtable about the Ubuntu movement as we discuss contributionism and a society without money. The live stream chat starts on 4-27
This paper investigates the internal governance institutions of violent criminal enterprise by examining the law, economics, and organization of pirates. To effectively organize their banditry, pirates required mechanisms to prevent internal predatio
The goal of this essay is three-fold. First, I will identify the key concepts which outline the philosophy of Agorism and the strategy of Counter-Economics, as outlined by Samuel E. Konkin III in The New Libertarian Manifesto and An Agorist Primer.
Phranq Tamburri (Trump Report) provides an update on the RNC Convention - Jeremy Kauffman (LBRY) on their decentralized digital library controlled by the community - Jesse Walker (books editor @ Reason Magazine) on his recent article titled 'Trumplan
While US House Committee heard about risks of encryption letting criminals "go dark," Hoffman and his team were working on a "testnet" release of OpenBazaar -- a decentralised and uncensorable online marketplace for anyone to sell anything without f
Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) comes on the show to provide his perspective on various liberty issues, John McAfee's run for POTUS, the memory hole, etc... - Peter Schiff (CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc.)
Capitalism is the engine of a society's prosperity. It remains mostly hidden, unnoticed, but attacked and reviled when attention is focused on it as a result of some scandal. But what drives this hostility toward capitalism?
The hazards associated with central banking and fiat currencies, ideas brought to the west a few centuries ago to support fractional reserve banking, a scheme that produces a recurring "cluster of errors" and boom-bust cycles in its wake.
Money is a concept that most people have a solid intuitive grasp of. The majority of people understand that they use money to exchange for goods and services, and the utility they gain from money is derived from its use in trade.
On March 14th 2015 - at 9:26 am, in coincidence with Piday, we are throwing a full-island party called The Bit Drop for an entire nation in the Caribbean. The Bit Drop project will send Bitcoin via SMS texting to every resident on Dominica.
Jackalope Freedom Festival is nearing. Aug 1-3 Come early and stay late! Jackalope Hunt for the Kids, bring your friends and family! No FEE to Enter! Where spontaneous order happens naturally without any force, coercion, or aggression. Jackalopes a
Imagine you’re out of work. But you’ve got capital in your talents, your home, and your family and friends. You might try to start a microbusiness at home to earn a little extra income and make ends meet. That is, unless you live in certain US states
Mobile Apps for Mobile Agorists
Everyone who produces and pays taxes is living for others to some degree. Their time, which is their life, supports the salaries of government workers and the entitlements of tax consumers. In Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged, a group of producers withdra
Passport to Freedom 2014 Event in Las Vegas, NV January 23-26, 2014. In just three days, you’ll hear from more than a dozen experts on topics such as Bitcoin, offshore banking, doing business overseas, legal tax minimization, second passports, starti
The U.S. government--working in your name using your stolen earnings--increased the incentive to slaughter elephants today. Their media cheered.
There is no doubt that paranoia is warranted. Indeed, paranoia is the name of the game in the underground economy. When dealing in “crimes” that could get you locked away in a cage for years with no expectation of being treated as a human,
When Pensacola City Council passed a Panhandling Ordinance essentially outlawing homelessness, one would think that would be bad enough. Where are people supposed to go when it gets colder?
I’ve written about Detroit’s anarcho-bus company. Andy Didorosi is the amazing twenty-something entrepreneur who took the risks and built a great market solution for out-of-the-dark-ages transportation for the city of Detroit.
"As Voluntaryists, we reject the Libertarian Party on the same level and for the same reason we reject any other political party..."
Mr. Burns is increasing energy costs and says...I've assembled a team of distinguished economists...and placed plausible rate hike percentages on their backs. We'll use unfettered free market principles to arrive at a number.
3D printers manufacture three-dimensional products by laying down a series of thin plastic or metal in one layer at a time. The 3D printing technology is stunning in its potential to empower individuals. Unfortunately the state knows its power as wel
Starting with an old cell phone that was given to him for free by a friend, Steven [Ortiz] used the "barter" section of Craigslist to move up to a better phone. He then traded the phone for an iPod Touch, the iPod Touch for a dirtbike