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Episode-2741- You are Either Refuse to Play the Game or you are a Pawn

Over and over I have said so often when it comes to people using the term “the system” that it is incorrect.  The correct term is “the systems”.  While it is true that in the macro these systems all serve Continue reading →

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The Life and Thought of Lysander Spooner


Today we’re joined by Gary Chartier of GaryChartier.net for a discussion about the life and work of Lysander Spooner. We talk about Spooner’s American Letter Mail Company, his abolitionist activism, and the development of his anarchist philosophy and his arguments against the state.

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Interview 1565 – James Corbett in Democracy Down


When I was in Mexico earlier this year, I was interviewed by Drew Media for “Democracy Down,” a documentary that explores the future of human organization in interviews with thought-leaders across the political and philosophical spectrum. Each week, they are releasing the lightly edited raw interviews for this project, and here is the interview they recorded with me.
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Tyrants HATE This 500 Year Old Trick for Ending Tyranny


Keith Knight of Don‘t Tread on Anyone interviews James Corbett about The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, the 16th century treatise on tyranny and obedience by Étienne de La Boétie. James and Keith highlight some of the book’s key insights and detail how they apply every much to our situation today as they did when they were written.

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Interview 1563 – Keith Knight and James Corbett Dissect Voluntary Servitude


Keith Knight of Don’t Tread on Anyone interviews James Corbett about The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, the 16th century treatise on tyranny and obedience by Étienne de La Boétie. James and Keith highlight some of the book’s key insights and detail how they apply every much to our situation today as they did when they were written.
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Episode-2676- Replacing the Modern Education System

I want to talk about a new initiative I am working on today in bringing together sort of a podcast mastermind group.  Then I want to prime that by giving my potential solutions for the current flawed system of so Continue reading →

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Episode-2663- Developing Your Personal Counter Economics Game Plan

Two guys I really like (Vin Armani and Pete Quinones) have been trading some thoughts on counter economics recently.  Pete said something like, “Any strategy to defeat the expanding technocracy that does not include counter-economics should be rethought, or abandoned.” Continue reading →

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Anarchy? – Questions For Rose


Larken and Amanda Rose of The Rose Channel join James in Acapulco to answer some questions from our previous conversation about how to talk to statists.

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Episode-2607- Curtis Stone on Living Free on the Land

Curtis Stone and I discuss a variety of subjects today all involving achieving as much liberty in your life as you possibly can.  This includes why Curtis has moved on from commercial farming, his new podcast called Liberty on the Continue reading →

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Anarchy? – Questions For Rose


Larken and Amanda Rose of The Rose Channel join James in Acapulco to answer some questions about our previous conversation about how to talk to statists.
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