On this episode of Liberty Under Attack Radio, I’m joined by the founder of BadMirror.TV, Sevan Chorluyan. He tells us all about the project, its goals, specific use cases, how it can be a great tool for van nomads, and

Paul Rosenberg knows a lot about a lot of things. He’s the proprietor of Crypto-Hippie, a terrific VPN service, a long-time crypto-anarchist, and the owner of Freeman’s Perspective, a terrific website and regular email newsletter. This podcast is sponsored by BadMirror.TV, a

In this episode of Liberty Under Attack Radio, Kyle Rearden and I conclude our Building The Second Realm series, at least for now. We begin with an overview and introduction to the terrific crypto-agorist/Second Realm novella, #agora, and provide you

Last week, we covered the action portion of Smuggler and XYZ’s book, Second Realm: Book on Strategy. If you caught the episode, you clearly heard the many issues we had with the list they put forth; but, nonetheless, they laid

Building The Second Realm: Next Steps (Redux) Author’s Note: To read the original list, please check out Second Realm: Book on Strategy by Smuggler and XYZ. If you’d like to hear our podcasts on the subject, check out #14 and

It is our goal that this series convinced you of the efficacy in pursuing this freedom strategy and motivates you to begin building these free, autonomous zones. If we were successful in our mission, you may be asking, “This sounds

Technology is a double-edged sword; it can be used to build and maintain physical/digital Second Realms in pursuance of freedom and autonomy, but it can also be a dangerous tool in the hands of tyrants. Thankfully, crypto-anarchists are far better

In the near future, freedom pioneers and freedom seekers will have protected temporary autonomous zones to exercise their autonomy to the fullest, without the risk or threat of First Realm/bludgie intervention (some of these exist today, actually). Having these Second

Most everyone is familiar with organized criminal syndicates, whether it be the mafia, the mob, the Yakuza, etc. They are typically viewed as violent, chaotic, criminal organizations constantly under attack and surveillance by the federal government. The latter may be

This past Sunday, I moderated a debate between Adam Kokesh and Graham Smith on the efficacy and ethics of political crusading. I figured I’d put it out on the podcast feed for your delectation. Please enjoy this conversation, share the