Anarchy Gumbo Podcast

Nifty anarchist chat and chatter from Michael W. Dean and a rotating cast of insomniac guests

Ben Quaker on Liberty in Our Lifetime vs. Liberty in Your Unborn Grandchild’s Lifetime.

Ben Stone (the Bad Quaker) and Michael W. Dean wax poetic with the next lesson in the Anarchy Distance Learning University series. They talk about “Will there be liberty in our lifetime?” Will our podcasts be played in schools and studied by the 100 years? They yack about how the State still has a lot to steal, not just here but also in Africa and elsewhere; what to do when “they” come for your guns, Frédéric Bastiat and the Russians, maybe the government archives of us at NSA and DHS will be used for the liberty masses in 100 years, the fragmenting goon bullet the gubmint has, will Ben and Michael die of natural deaths or be killed? a discussion of audio archiving quality vs, video, archiving and storing media as well as guns, the movie Adaptation and the hypocrisy of the Christian rock group, Stryper.

Bad Quaker episode we reference: “The State, From Roving Thieves to its Final Stage

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6 thoughts on “Ben Quaker on Liberty in Our Lifetime vs. Liberty in Your Unborn Grandchild’s Lifetime.

  1. Hesperus on said:

    Incidentally mr archive Quality there was an audible whisle or hum throughout much of the episode. But then again i have been told I have super sensitive hearing.

  2. Voluntary Joe on said:

    I’m gonna put Bad Quaker in my podcatcher and check his show out. Great episode, Michael.

  3. Another great episode. North Korea has no income tax. Nobody in North Korea has an income either. Statist paradse.

  4. If you haven’t yet watched the Mouse that Roared (starring Peter Sellers), you won’t be disappointed.

    Nice points made about current events vs timeless lessons. Definitely something for me (and liberty media producers) to consider for future projects.

    You two have my favorite voices (both in the auditory sense and in your content) in “the movement”. Keep rockin’ it.

  5. Michigan Escapee on said:

    The DC site might be the Library of Congress vacuuming up all the podcasts for some archive. They have tools to find out, but it might be a buzzkill if it’s something mundane.

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