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Porcupine Perspective

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A look at current events and politics without the traditional left/right bias present in mainstream media. Focusing on individual freedom through the lens of anarchist and voluntaryist philosophy.



Latest Episodes

  • The Great Illusion
    January 11, 2021 at 10:35 pm

    For those in power, control over the masses has and always be an illusion. At this point in our history, we are seeing the facade fade away as more people reject this control. During 2020, we saw both the left and right sides of the political spectrum take to the streets to voice their dissatisfaction with their governments. Now, with the most heated election behind us, we have already seen […]

  • Principles or Preferences
    September 4, 2020 at 7:00 am

    In the age of fear and bad information, it is no surprise to see so many abandon long-held principles for preferences. Even among anarchists, dividing lines are being drawn and people are being attacked. The latest explosion is over the Kenosha shooting and where you should stand on it. Believe the shooting was legit, you cannot be an anarchist according to popular opinion. As insane as it was to […]

  • The Case for Secession
    July 9, 2020 at 10:12 pm

    Secession has been considered one of the 'bad' words since the American Civil War. As most of the United States celebrate Independence Day, they rarely think of the Revolution as a form of Secession. Cole joins Evelyn and Shawn once again to discuss secession from our viewpoint and make the case that Secession is the only way to solve the majority of our problems. Bonus: Ever wonder why the […]

  • The power of undefined terms
    July 1, 2020 at 10:22 pm

    This week we get a chance to interview Nick Nugent of the Undefined Terms podcast. Nick's background in law gives him a unique insight into an issue plaguing discourse in our society, undefined terms. Most of our language and daily conversation relies heavily on a shared understanding of words and context. But what happens when your definition of a touchy subject does not match with the person […]

  • The Question of Containment
    June 10, 2020 at 12:56 pm

    Containment is the instrument of society used to control the spread of something unwanted. We have witnessed this process in action for biological pathogens, but has society also used this strategy elsewhere? Evelyn and Shawn join forces with their new co-host Cole to discuss Typhoid Mary, a train ride out of Germany that reshaped the world and some surprising discussion about genetic […]

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