A growing collection of volunteers, some affluent, some just average guys riding their Toros, are trying to pick up some services that local government can't provide.Read more »
Is The State more important than your religious beliefs? ...more binding than your marriage? You can divorce both — give either a Dear John letter, if you please. But you cannot break up with The State.Read more »
A "response" to Jacob Hornberger's dry and misanthropic top-ten list of libertarianism, this lists the top 13 positive reasons to be a Voluntaryist.Read more »
This episode of the Survival Podcast by Jack Spirko is an interesting example and I think a great idea of how to start a self sustaining community. It also could be the basis for a government-less society?? Perhaps a discussion/debate on the topic would prove enlightening.Read more »
Local shop owner Sarah Hamilton-Parker, tired after years tolling bells sounded by Salvation Army workers for hours on end during the holiday season, took matters into her own hands by reaching out to local authorities to complain about the noise.Read more »
Sandy's aftermath demonstrates (again) how the use of force helps no one. If the storm demonstrates anything, it's how government force is not the correct response to any situation; especially natural disasters.Read more »
Angry divers took photos of Dylan Mayer holding the octopus he had caught. Mayer said he can't make sense of the controversy surrounding his catch. "I eat it for meat. It's no different than fishing. It's just a different animal," he said. He said he has been demonized in the diving community as he has been banned from several dive shops in Washington state. He said his life-long dream of becoming a rescue diver is now in jeopardy as several diving schools have denied him admission in the wake of the controversial catch.Read more »
"Manoj Bhargava, founder of '5-Hour Energy' and the wealthiest Indian in the US, doesn't believe in governments and formal education. Ask him about his biggest challenge and Bhargava says, "The biggest challenge is always the governments - they try to stop all good things. I try to stay away from them as much as I can, as I know if someone can destroy something good, it's the government!" He says he abides by Mark Twain's quote: "I never let my schooling get in the way of my education." He says 90% of what he earns will go into doing charity in India.Read more »
A group of coal miners in Ohio feel they would have been fired if they did not attend an Aug. 14 event with presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and contribute to his campaign — and to make matters worse, they lost of day of pay for their trouble. “There were no workers that were forced to attend the event,” management said. “We had managers that communicated to our work force that the attendance at the Romney event was mandatory, but no one was forced to attend the event."Read more »
To have a truly “free society” all interaction needs to be on a voluntary basis, this is also known as voluntaryism or voluntarism. Voluntaryism “is the philosophy which holds that all forms of human association should be voluntary. One of the moral principles frequently used to support this philosophy is the non-aggression principle, which prohibits the initiation of aggression or coercion”.....
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