What it's about
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.
Point of Dissent
May 28, 2020 at 9:04 pm
Dissent, the rejection of the accepted position or state of affairs. With the turmoil in Minneapolis and the protests against the quarantines, are we seeing the end of American tolerance of the status quo? What forms of protest are accepted, if not all? Is there a such thing as a good cop? The questions, along with others will be answered and challenged in this episode. Join us for a lively […]
Civil Disobedience-The New Norm
April 19, 2020 at 11:05 am
Amid all the stories of government-imposed quarantines and social distancing orders, is arising a resurgence of civil disobedience. While many are engaging in various protests against their rulers, many have discovered a more effective path. All around us we are starting to see individuals networking with others to take care of their needs. In what can only be called a 'middle finger' to the […]
Pandemic of Panic
March 24, 2020 at 7:00 am
The situation with the outbreak of Covid -19 has been eye-opening, to say the least. Governments are seizing more power and the public is begging it to seize even more. We open our discussion about how the public is reacting with a discussion about human rights. Where do they come from and how do we hold onto them? Why has the response to the outbreak in some countries led to disaster, where […]
Debt to Society?
February 25, 2020 at 8:00 am
What do you owe and how much? Or do you owe anything to all? Coffeyville, Kansas has found a way to put people into jail for past debt, any debt. With a judicial system that applies any bail money to the debt, collection agencies are now incentivized to get debtors thrown in jail. Couple that with a new immigration rule from the Trump administration that applies a 'wealth test' for legal […]
You are Free. Free to do what we say...
February 2, 2020 at 3:03 pm
Brexit has officially happened and the UK is one step closer to autonomy, but why won't they allow Scotland the same opportunity. Taiwan asserts its will to be self governing, but China is having none of it. Activists protest in Virginia, but the government enacts laws despite their action. Austin decriminalizes marijuana possession, but the police chief doesn't care. Evelyn and Shawn discuss […]