Communist Party Bans Free Speech Platform! Jeremy Kauffman & Keith Knight

Communist Party Bans Free Speech Platform! Jeremy Kauffman & Keith Knight

Capital is the product of human energy and land … and time. The time-block is the reason that people must abstain from consumption, and save. Laboriously, these savings are invested in capital goods. We are further along the road to a high standard of living than India or China because we and our ancestors have saved and invested in capital goods, building up a great structure of capital. India and China, too, could achieve our living standards aft er years of saving and investment.

 

Murray N. Rothbard
Economic Controversies, p. 577

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Cooperation vs. Coercion, Society vs. Government. James Harrigan and Keith Knight

Cooperation vs. Coercion, Society vs. Government. James Harrigan and Keith Knight

… in a world of voluntary social cooperation through mutually beneficial exchanges, where one man’s gain is another man’s gain, it is obvious that great scope is provided for the development of social sympathy and human friendships. It is the peaceful, cooperative society that creates favorable conditions for feelings of friendship among men…. the social relations formed by the division of labor tend to be permanent as individuals specialize in different tasks and continue to produce in those fields.

Murray N. Rothbard
Man, Economy, and State with Power and Market, p. 101

James R. Harrigan is managing director of the Freedom Center at the University of Arizona and the F.A. Hayek Distinguished Fellow at the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE).

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Timestamps:

0:00 – Mises Quote

0:33 – Moral difference between cooperation and coercion

4:50 – Difference between positive and negative rights

16:01 – FDR begins the Positive rights, undefinable goal scam

16:51 – How busybodies become tiny tyrants 

23:28 – Why freedom of religion (and commerce) matters

24:52 – No policy can save lives, it can only TRADE lives – “solutions” vs trade offs

31:55 – PRIME Act – Needed Deregulation

37:48 – Do free markets put ‘profit over people’?

45:00 – Theft fantasies of the left – sad & destructive

52:13 – Real world examples of markets making the poor better off

1:00:05 – Voluntaryism vs. Minarchism 

1:08:10 – Quote from Cooperation and Coercion

1:10:40 – Quote from Harrigan & Davies research

Philosophy, Democracy, Police, and the State. Jason Brennan and Keith Knight

Philosophy, Democracy, Police, and the State. Jason Brennan and Keith Knight

Jason Brennan is the Robert J. and Elizabeth Flanagan Family Chair and professor of strategy, economics, ethics, and public policy at the McDonough School of Business. He specializes in political philosophy and applied ethics.

https://msb.georgetown.edu/jason-brennan-2/

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Timestamps-

0:00 – Quote from “Against Democracy”

0:44 – What is political philosophy, and why should people care?

1:32 – What is the moral parity thesis?

3:24 – The constrained vision – limited knowledge 

7:50 – What about peaceful change and reform?

10:04 – What is government?

12:03 – Authority and legitimacy

14:25 – Why do smart, well-intended people disagree?

19:43 – Positive vs. Negative rights

20:55 – What does “pro tanto” mean?

22:40 – Social contract theory

28:13 – Why are the vast majority ignorant about politics?

33:40 – Should we still value democracy as inherently moral?

36:30 – Moral limits of markets

44:07 – Without appealing to ‘god’, why is murder wrong?

50:08 – A Political Philosopher hosts the POTUS debate!

52:00 – Does morality only exist in a social setting?

54:26 – Most important thing you learned from the works of……

54:26 – Michael Huemer

56:25 – Bryan Caplan

58:07 – John Hasnas

59:08 – John Tomasi

1:00:32 – David Schmidtz

The “Power Vacuum” Argument

The “Power Vacuum” Argument

No revolution has ever sprung forth, fully blown and fully armed like Athena, from the brow of existing society; no revolution has ever emerged from a vacuum. No revolution has ever been born out of ideas alone, but only from a long chain of abuses and a long history of preparation, ideological and institutional. And no revolution, even the most radical, from the English Revolution of the seventeenth century to the many Third World revolutions of the twentieth, has ever come into being except in reaction to increased oppression by the existing State apparatus.

 

Murray N. Rothbard
Conceived in Liberty v. 4, p. 441; p. 1555

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Logic, Exploitation, Homesteading, & Freedom. Stephan Kinsella & Keith Knight

Logic, Exploitation, Homesteading, & Freedom. Stephan Kinsella & Keith Knight

… the natural inequality of ability and of interest among men must make elites inevitable, the only sensible course is to abandon the chimera of equality and accept the universal necessity of leaders and followers.

 

Murray N. Rothbard

Economic Controversies, p. 631

(Norman) Stephan Kinsella is a practicing patent attorney, a libertarian writer and speaker, Director of the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom (C4SIF), and Founding and Executive Editor of Libertarian Papers.

0:00 – Logic v. Empiricism / Deontological ethics v. Utilitarianism

10:29 – Exploitation debate

11:34 – Who are the libertarian allies?

13:45 – Homesteading aka Original Appropriation

18:33 – Should I have to work to live?

21:52 – Personal v. Private property

32:05 – Socialist shortages

36:32 – Labor Theory of Value

50:05 – Order Givers v. Order Followers

1:00:53 – What is freedom?

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The Scam ALMOST EVERYONE Fell For

The Scam ALMOST EVERYONE Fell For

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A monumental scam throughout history has been getting people to criticize technicalities of an issue, rather than the foundational problem.  The problem with government is NOT that some are monarchies, some are racist, some are sexist, some rule caring only about 1% of people, etc.  The problem with government is that it initiates violence against peaceful people.  The scam is getting people to focus on changing an inconsequential aspect of something immoral so they can feel as though they are making positive change occur, when in reality they are much like a child who thinks the toy wheel controls the fake car while unbeknownst to the child, the adult is making all the decisions unilaterally.

The solution to the problem of government is NOT- campaign finance reform, term limits, diversity quotas, the fact that there are 535 congress people; all these avoid the root problem.

The solution is to change public opinion on how people see the state, recognizing that violence is immoral for all people, even if they get together in a group and call themselves government.

The Libertarian Litmus Test. Stephan Kinsella & Keith Knight

The Libertarian Litmus Test. Stephan Kinsella & Keith Knight

… certain features are broadly alike in all visions of communism. Private property is eliminated, individualism goes by the board,
individuality is flattened, all property is owned and controlled communally, and the individual units of the new collective organism are in some vague way equal to one another.

 

Murray N. Rothbard

Classical Economics, p. 318

Stephan Kinsella is a practicing patent attorney, a libertarian writer and speaker, Director of the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom (C4SIF), and Founding and Executive Editor of Libertarian Papers.


0:00 – What is libertarianism?

2:19 – Intellectual Property

6:07 – History of IP

13:05 – Central banking

16:11 – Taxation

18:06 – Drug war

20:30 – War

22:39 – Welfare

24:28 – State education

27:54 – The state

31:12 – Lockdowns

34:09 – A Proper understanding of socialism and capitalism

43:35 – Most important contributions of….

Carl Menger

Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk – Shorter Classics, https://www.amazon.com/Shorter-Classics-Eugen-Bohm-Bawerk-Vol/dp/B000LF8Z7Y – chapter II, “WHETHER LEGAL RIGHTS AND RELATIONSHIPS ARE ECONOMIC GOODS”

Ludwig von Mises

F.A. Hayek

Murray N. Rothbard – Economic Controversies https://mises.org/library/economic-controversies 

Walter Block

Lew Rockwell

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The Most Dangerous Superstition – Book Summary and Analysis

The Most Dangerous Superstition – Book Summary and Analysis

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The belief in “authority,” which includes all belief in “government,” is irrational and self-contradictory; it is contrary to civilization and morality, and constitutes the most dangerous, destructive superstition that has ever existed. Rather than being a force for order and justice, the belief in “authority” is the arch-enemy of humanity.   Pg. 3

 

If human beings are so careless, stupid and malicious that they cannot be trusted to do the right thing on their own, how would the situation be improved by taking a subset of those very same careless, stupid and malicious human beings and giving them societal permission to forcibly control all the others? Pg. 26

 

Perhaps most telling is that if you suggest to the average person that maybe God does not exist, he will likely respond with less emotion and hostility than if you bring up the idea of life without “government.” This indicates which religion people are more deeply emotionally attached to, and which religion they actually believe in more firmly. In fact, they believe so deeply in “government” that they do not even recognize it as being a belief at all. Pg. 29

 

If, for example, someone has a “right” to housing, and housing comes only from the knowledge, skills and efforts of other people, it means that one person has the right to force another person to build him a house. Pg. 117

 

All statists believe that the people who make up “government” have an exemption from basic human morality, and not only may do things which others have no right to do, but should and must do such things, for the (supposed) good of society. The type and degree of aggression varies, but all statists advocate aggression. Pg. 121

 

To quickly review, people cannot delegate rights they do not have, which makes it impossible for anyone to acquire the right to rule (”authority”). People cannot alter morality, which makes the “laws” of “government” devoid of any inherent “authority.” Ergo, “authority”-the right to rule-cannot logically exist. Pg. 144

 

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Libertarianism, Socialism, and Conspiracies. Jacob Hornberger and Keith Knight.

Libertarianism, Socialism, and Conspiracies. Jacob Hornberger and Keith Knight.

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Libertarian Presidential candidate Jacob Hornberger and I discuss-

The Dangers of Socialized Medicine

FDA

Foreign Policy Blowback

Wars based on lies

Free Trade and Sanctions

Libertarian solution to homelessness

Taxation vs Charity

Libertarian response to driver’s Licenses

Drug war

JFK Assassination

Proven conspiracies

1 Book he recommends to everyone

Private Law & Defense by Robert P. Murphy – Essay Summary

Private Law & Defense by Robert P. Murphy – Essay Summary

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I give an essay summary and analysis of Chaos Theory by Robert P. Murphy.

In short, a stateless society would not be perfect, but all imperfections of the market apply ten fold to the state.  Voluntary funded competition provides better quality and lower prices than coercively funded monopoly. What makes the state unique is that it claims the monopoly right to initiate violence against peaceful people. The ultimate check and balance is the ability to stop funding/participating with an organization.

What is ‘the State’ or ‘the Government’?

What is ‘the State’ or ‘the Government’?

… I define anarchist society as one where there is no legal possibility for coercive aggression against the person or property of any individual. Anarchists oppose the State because it has its very being in such aggression, namely, the expropriation of private property through taxation, the coercive exclusion of other providers of defense service from its territory, and all of the other depredations and coercions that are built upon these twin foci of invasions of individual rights.

 

Murray N. Rothbard

Libertarian Forum v. 1, p. 535

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 – Thaddeus Russell

 – Larken Rose ( https://youtu.be/ircn5bJfTEU )

 – Mark Passio ( https://youtu.be/ircn5bJfTEU )

 – Stefan Molyneux – The Contradiction of Statism

 – Jeffrey Tucker ( https://youtu.be/cXhoSMNfPrg )

 – Jason Brennan ( https://youtu.be/Ei_3GYGOVyU )

 – Barack Obama

 – Professor Michael Huemer

 – Stefan Molyneux – Do Voluntaryists believe everyone is good?

Is ‘Equality’ A Worthy Goal?

Is ‘Equality’ A Worthy Goal?

It is an absurd and pernicious doctrine of “justice” that each child should “start” absolutely equally. It is an anti-human position, since each child manifestly begins completely unequally — with unequal abilities and parents. If parents have a right to beget and raise children without state interference, then parents have a concomitant right to provide that environment, and that amount of money for them, that they think best. To provide “equality of opportunity” in the sense of equality of infants would have to mean that the state nationalizes all infants and raises them in State nurseries under precisely “equal” conditions (although, even here, absolute equality is not possible).

 

Murray N. Rothbard
Economic Controversies, p. 569

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