Owen Benjamin Says the NAP is …EVIL? Ep. 124

by | Jul 14, 2019

Owen Benjamin Says the NAP is …EVIL? Ep. 124

by | Jul 14, 2019

Liberty Weekly presents yet another rebuttal of objections to anarchocapitalism! Keith Knight joins to discuss a recent live stream by Owen Benjamin where Owen claimed that the NAP was actually EVIL. Follow along as our Civil Rights Attorney On Retainer elucidates his conception of polycentric law and how children’s rights actually function in a free society. As the producer, I am extremely proud to work with these guys and make sure their content gets out to you fine folks.

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Material referenced in the show:
Owen Benjamin Highlights
Liberty Weekly Episode 46
Liberty Weekly Episode 24 referring to the Jeff Deist speech
Keith was asking about Molyneux addressing the NAP and Children’s Rights and here’s what I found: NAP ; Children’s Rights
Child Welfare in a Stateless Society

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