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On this edition of the podcast, I began by providing you with my review of Matt Battaglioli’s book, The Consequences of Equality. Following that, I release a discussion I recorded with him earlier this week. We discussed the dangerous judicial monopoly, the ethical consequences of equality, the dangers of moral relativism, as well as a conversation about secession—I have already come out against it (for many reasons) and Matt thinks that we should support ALL secession movements—so yeah, we had a nice little back-and-forth on that subject. Please enjoy and consider sharing! Find the show on iTunes, Stitcher, Tunein Radio,

It’s been WAY TOO LONG since we released a podcast, but we’re back. In this edition of Liberty Under Attack Radio, I begin by justifying the break in podcasts, and then release an interview I conducted with Macey Tomlin on the subject of Ayahuasca. We went through the basics, the potential health benefits, the legality, where to go to partake in an Ayahuasca ceremony, her trip to Peru, and much more. This was definitely a fun discussion and I hope you enjoy it. Find the show on iTunes, Stitcher, Tunein Radio, and Google Play (or click here for other ways)

My Three Favorite Anarchists of 2016   By: Shane Radliff January 10th, 2017 Download this article.   It appears one of the “New Year’s Resolutions” for a lot of folks has been their decision to put together Top “XX” lists of their favorite anarchists. While I think commendation for a job well done is a great thing to do, I feel like a lot of these lists are purely popularity contests, with little to no substance whatsoever. Sure, some of these folks may be combating statism on the Internet, and I’m sure that has brought some folks to anarchism. That

The alleged “unfairness” in capitalism touted by economically illiterate central planners (and their advocates), as well as the ever-increasing number of “equality freaks” has led to an unstable society and culture. There is much more that could be said on this subject, but I’ll defer to Matt Battaglioli’s book The Consequences of Equality (*affiliate link) for the sake of time. Herein he covers the authoritarian nature of equality, the economic consequences, the political consequences, the ethical consequences, as well as the cultural consequences. It’s a short, concise overview that I highly recommend you pick up. To give you a little

[URGENT] LIBERTY OF THE PRESS IS UNDER ATTACK: The Federal Government is Attempting to Silence a Journalist Please share and re-post on your blogs.   By: Shane Radliff & Kyle Rearden January 7th, 2017 Download this PDF.   “You know, there are some words I’ve known since I was a school boy. ‘With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censured, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably.’ Those words were uttered by Judge Aaron Satie; his wisdom, and warning. The first time any man’s freedom is trodden on, we’re all damaged.” –

On this edition of Liberty Under Attack Radio, I present you with a BEST OF; we’re going deep into the archives and digging up an interview I conducted with Kyle Rearden from The Last Bastille Blog, all the way back in March of 2015, less than two months following the inception of LUA. The subject was his article titled A History of Dragnet Wiretapping. Even if you’re aware of the surveillance State apparatus today, you need to hear this interview–their war on privacy is quite a colored history, if I do say so myself. Please enjoy. Find the show on

On this edition of Liberty Under Attack, I feature my recent interview on The Seeds of Liberty Podcast with Jeremy Henggeler and Dave Painter. We discussed conspiracy theories, #Pizzagate, Direct Action, and seasteading. I also play two chapters from Rayo’s, Vonu: The Search for Personal Freedom; in the introduction, you’ll hear his article on living on the water/seasteading and in the conclusion, you’ll hear his article on ethical enclaves (black markets). Find the show on iTunes, Stitcher, Tunein Radio, and Google Play (or click here for other ways) and use the buttons on the sidebar to contribute to LUA! http://media.blubrry.com/liberty_under_attack_radio/www.libertyunderattack.com/wp-content/uploads/Documents/LUA161222.mp3

Extraconstitutional #7: Do You Have the Right to Travel? Editor’s Note: The following is the capstone article in Kyle Rearden’s “Right to Travel” series. The author has asked me to mirror it here on LUA. All of the articles in the series are linked below. Download a PDF version of this article. http://www.libertyunderattack.com/wp-content/uploads/Documents/Extraconstitutional%20%237%20-%20Do%20You%20Have%20the%20Right%20to%20Travel_.mp3 Download this spoken discourse. “A typical ‘traffic stop’ involves a man dressed up like a ‘cop’ committing numerous crimes against his victim. I mean crimes in the lay or laymen’s sense of the words, not in the so-called ‘legal’ sense. These are not considered to be crimes

In this edition of Crypto-Week (CW), Jason and I close out this installment of the series. Jason begins by telling us about his first experience trading crypto-currencies; that is, acquiring the initial Bitcoin, the process, the simplicity, etc. We then conclude CW by discussing what we believe to be the most important takeaways. To wrap-up, we discuss two different articles–the first by Elizabeth McCauley (Ploshay) titled, “Central Bank Coins are the New Altcoins” and the second titled, “Prominent Investment Banker Says Banks Will Be Irrelevant Soon.” Find the show on iTunes, Stitcher, Tunein Radio, and Google Play (or click here

 
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