Kyle Bennett talks with Michael W. Dean about agorism, the futility of voting, Ron Paul, Arizona, and pretty much everything else under the sun. A good time is had by all!
“You have to be part of an organization to change it” Not necessarily. As Molyneux puts it: Try something more manageable first, join it and try to change it from within. If you can successfully change your local mafia gang into a charity, then you might have a case.
Respect for the guy, but he hasn’t seen Terminator 2 or heard of Stefan Molyneux… wtf!?
RT Long takes an interesting, metaphysical look at constitutionalism:
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