Stefan Basil Molyneux (born 24 September 1966) is a blogger, essayist, author, and host of the Freedomain Radio series of podcasts, living in Mississauga, Canada.
Stefan Molyneux is 'sorry on behalf of the entire human race'. And who appointed you Speaker For The Whole Freaking Human Race?
"Anger is the immune system of the mind" - Stefan Molyneux
When I arrived at work this morning, a cop had pulled someone over in the middle of our parking lot. We have a lot of large trucks moving through, and have a policy that any vehicles parked outside of designated parking areas must have traffic cones around them for safety. My employer has a policy of "see something, say something" when it comes to safety (yes, just like the TSA). So I approached the cop and asked him to not pull people over in our parking lot anymore as a matter of safety and also because he was obstructing our business. He seemed upset. He said he couldn't control where people pulled over (that's false, I've seen them ask people to move to another area dozens of times) and told me to "stand over there and I want to talk to you when I'm done." I just went inside because he obviously wasn't going to be receptive. Then, a few minutes later he came in and spoke with the management. All my coworkers are so surprised and are making such a big deal out of me talking to him. I don't see why it's ...
Glenn Jacobs on the proposed internet sales tax, the economy, and a possible Senate run in Tennessee - Stefan Molyneux (Host of FreedomainRadio.Com) c
We cannot build on peace on blood. We are still so addicted to this lie. ✿ Stefan Molyneux
This morning's statist quote: "As always, opinions are nice but facts are more important. Hear about the actual process the US takes for assassinating its own citizens. Remember: Facts over Philosophy" Individual then linked to this video: video, that claims to represent fact, discusses the fiction of the state as if it were a reality. The contradiction of both the video and the OP is a sad truth that grips too many people I know. I'm going to change that.
Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, deconstructs the myths of Canada's economic strength. Prepare Yourself Accordingly. Sources:
Video: Life in a Mental Zombie Apocalypse: A Day In The Life of Youtube Comments Stefan Molyneux, host of...
Thank you, John Locke, for writing what you did, in spite of dangers, in spite of much personal angst against you, in spite of the fact it was not popular.. thank you Mr. Locke.. and Mr Bastiat, and Mr Voltaire. And thank you, Mr. Thomas Paine. Hundreds of years later, the battle for liberty continues.. and it's not about sending soldiers to die in Afghanistan and some flag waving afterward.
“When your trust is violated it’s usually not your partner that have some ill intentions. It’s usually something from her/his history that is unresolved. What happens then is that this violation gives you an opportunity to go and help resolve that issue. Rather than taking it personally in the moment but to go and say: You obviously don’t want to hurt or betray me but that’s what happened, so what happened that this occured? And when you go back you can always find something in the history or something in the past or something with friends or family as a kid that is causing that; and that what needs to be dealt with. Negatives or bad things that happen in relationships are incredible opportunities for the expansion of self-knowledge. Because if you knew in yourself what was making you to do that it wouldn’t have happened, so the fact that it happens means that you and your partner lack some self-knowledge as to what steps led to this negative outcome. Problems are an opportunity in disguise. N ...
Barbarossaa and Dean Esmay talk about stuff, and junk, including MGTOW, MRA, libertarianism, conservatism, feminism, and video games, especially Skyrim. Also...
Voltaire has a great philosophy. You should check out modern philosophers too like Stefan Molyneux.
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We have a tyrannical state making immoral edicts because the constitution isn't being followed, not because we are making a distinction between Americans and non-Americans. One point of making non-Americans citizens is more voters that Do Not Have A Clue. I wasn't being glib. You need to do some more reading. Don't ask me; look it up yourself. Go google natural law, Aristotle, property rights etc. Read some comprehensive history of the world and the US (preferably written before 1960). To understand the answer of many of your questions and the relevance of the US in the world picture you need Alot of philosophy. go get it. and good luck to you on your journey toward truth ~Cliff Meteer
Fan Michael Dinh writes in with a question suited for the fans: "I am a minarchist bordering on anarchism. I am really a anarchist in principle, and appreciate the purity of its ideology. The main reservations that I have are that it's hard for me to defend anarchism working in real life. I still can't answer the simple questions such as "what if person b doesn't accept the authority of person A's police etc." Do you have a recommended book that I could read more about the practical aspects of anarcho capitalism?" - Ultramarine
Any of you watch or listen to any podcasts? If you do, can you share?
I want to take a moment to thank the mentors that have guided me to this place in my life. In no particular order. John Bush Evan Isaac Stefan Molyneux Craig FitzGerald and a special shout out to Pericles Niarchos for planting a very important seed that took a few years to sprout. Thank You for helping my build my philosophy.
Behold, purchases of stupider imaginary things than Tila Tequila's virginity.
How To Outrun The State!: Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, speaks with Robert Ian and Kerry Lutz abo...
Saw this today - if you have time to listen - Stefan Molyneux discussing the gravity of the stuff.
"Rational humility is the essence of libertarianism" While dismantling a common argument against libertarianism Stefan Molyneux makes many good points in this entertaining rant
I finally strongly disagree with Stefan Molyneux on something, I have been waiting for this. He was asked "Does eating animal products such as milk, eggs and meat violate the non-aggression principle?" He says that because animals cannot understand the concept of the NAP, that they cannot be expected to be bound to such a contract. I however feel that those who have the weakest understanding of such principles and contracts, should be the ones we work to protect the most with the NAP and similar contracts.
Stefan Molyneux is one of my favorite anarchist philosophers! CHECK HIM OUT
Stefan Molyneux just confirmed an interview with PARADIMESHIFT this week! Be sure to check it out!
Starting today this page will be getting an overhaul. While we will still discuss theory, events and whatnot from time to time, however our primary focus is going to be on local level politics. We will delve into the various local seats, how to run for them, how to campaign for yourself or on behalf of others. We will talk tactics, tips, organization, money and anything else related. Basically if you're not out running the ground game, you're not doing anything to help matters. Sitting around and talking is not going to cut it. Thinking that there is only a presidential election to worry about, and maybe congress and senate, is going to get you nowhere.
President Obama defended his administration's massive program to collect data on innocent civilians recently. This is a complete flip-flop from where he stoo...
Video: Spying and The Media In the introduction to the 6/9 Freedomain Radio Sunday Show, Stefan Molyneux...
I kinda figured everyone already knew the government spied on us. They always have, and they always will. And it is far worse in any other country.
Just finished the first two chapters on the theory and practice of philosophical parenting, I do believe that this is going to be my best book! Unintentional irony alert – I almost told my daughter not to interrupt me when I'm writing a book on good parenting, but I caught myself just in time and went to go and play. :)
Judge Reminds Us of the Reason We Own Guns The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is known for being extremely liberal. And it should come as no surpris
If libertarianism is so great, why aren't there any libertarian nations? (via
Freedom beyond the fear of death is what I feel nature is offering to enlighten us to. What the govt. wants for us is in my opinion the exact opposite, and they use the concept of freedom against itself from this place of fear. For us misunderstanding the trappings of the cages we can't see equals an eternity of enslavement. The blue pill business is booming, but I have a stash of the red stuff for those who want to wake up in Wonderland. Free yourself, it's never too late.
"When government education in the mid-nineteenth century came into being, you had a teacher, 30 kids, and a blackboard. Fast forward a hundred and fifty years of the greatest technological change in the history of mankind, and you have a teacher, 30 kids, and.wait for it.it is a WHITEboard. That's what is called progress in a statist environment." ~ Stefan Molyneux
Excellent point. Do you follow Stefan Molyneux's channel? He has plenty to say on this (
The validity of intellectual property with Stefan Molyneux & Jeffrey Tucker
Stardusk and I have been wanting to do another chat for a while, and we managed to get some free time yesterday morning.
"the idea that government reflects the will of the people is mad." Stefan Molyneux
The (disputed) etymology of the word assassin: ashish smoker, refer to a politico-religious group active during the crusades who practiced targeted killing. A bit like the US special force then, except the later probably have far more potent substances to support them in their dark and secretive task. One of the many thing that annoys me with conspiracy theorist is their dreadful lack of imagination. Our reality is far scarier that any of their fictions.
Which CANADIAN libertarian/liberty ACTIVIST do you think is the most effective in furthering the cause of liberty, and deserves to be featured in a documentary?
Q: But what would we do about violent sociopaths in a free society? A: Not give them an army, for starters. -- Stefan Molyneux
Can't human action be better for libertarian moral philosophy than the NAP? Apply subjectivist philosophy to everything?
Today we talk to Stefan Molyneux of about his presentation series “The Bomb in the Brain”...
This question and more in a thoughtful conversation between Stefan Molyneux and a listener:
After reading Lean In, I am still left with the question what does a feminine form of global leadership look like? In Feminine Power, we distinguish different forms of power. Masculine power, the dominant form of power in our world, is the power to control, acquire and accumulate. It is generated through skills like logic, order, and rationality. Feminine Power is the power to realize the higher potentials and purpose of life. It is generated through skills such as intuition, body awareness, relatedness to self, life and others and authentic care for humanity and the world. Sheryl Sandberg has done great work and has raised intelligent questions. However, I think this distinction around forms of power is really critical to the conversation. We can't just add women to the masculine paradigm and mix. We need to actually evolve the paradigm to a more integral whole, so that feminine values bring direction, purpose and balance to the masculine strength of structure and order. Sandberg argues that the ...
I don't know if I'm down with everything he says but Stefan Molyneux is such a boss. well spoken dude.
I'll be on Fredomain radio at 9:30pm EST. If you can't listen, it'll be a podcast. Stay tuned, especially for vets and active duty.
My friend and yours Stefan Molyneux responds to that Salon article on libertarianism
Stefan Molyneux calls a pig at the trough
A simple argument that proves that anarchy will work. Get more from Stefan Molyneux and Freedomain Radio including books, podcasts and other info at:
Somebody should talk to Stefan Molyneux about egoism. I would love to hear his response.
Listening to Stefan Molyneux is like drinking a VERY clean glass of water. Like, the best (
How were the people in the Unmentionable Times(today's time) destroyed? They were destroyed by the kind of philosophy they accepted. They rejected reason, egoism, individualism and freedom—and they accepted mysticism, altruism, collectivism and dictatorship. The society presented in Anthem is the ultimate logical consequence and perfect embodiment of that vicious philosophy. Observe that the slogans of that philosophy are preached all around us today. If you don’t like the kind of society you saw in Anthem, it is that philosophy that you have to reject and oppose. ~Question about Anthem -Ayn Rand
Stefan Molyneux: Why are there no libertarian countries?
My last day at Reason magazine was Wednesday. I remember writing about my decision to go work for them over a year ago: I’m about to begin a new chapter in life. I’m moving from Birmingham, Alabama to Arlington, Virginia. I’m leaving my SEO Specialist job at EBSCO Industries to become the new Digita...
Bad Philosophy - YouTube: In the third and final call on the 6/2 Freedomain Radio Sunday Show, Stefan Molyneux...
I liked a video from The Joy of Evil! The True History of Morality - Stefan Molyneux
I agree with Stefan Molyneux that parents always SAY that they always do their best when there is little or no evidence for this in some critical areas. He also points out that when children are asked to do their best evidence is required by the adults, but bad parents duck the responsibility to do this. When I was a child my mother, concerned about my well-being took me to a child psychologist who told her that she was to blame and we never went again (she told me this later in life). Surprise, surprise !!!
The uncertain pipes of freedom - from melody! I thought y'all might enjoy my take on the Stevie Wonder classic...
2:19 - What are the scientifically verifiable effects of child abuse? 13:24 - Is violent behavior genetic? 17:00 - Are you optimistic that peaceful parenting...
I'm participating in my company's fundraiser for Junior Achievement, a great program for introducing school kids to the concepts of financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and other real-world skills that will benefit their futures. If you agree this is a worthwhile effort, I would greatly appreciate any tax-deductible contribution you can make at the link below. (And rest assured, even if you choose to donate a mere $2.00, I promise I won't go on a Stefan Molyneux style rant about it!)
Fill in the blank. I would like to see Stefan Molyneux do a show on _ in the near future.
Stefan Molyneux joins The Peter Schiff Show to discuss the recent scandals which have been plaguing the Obama administration. Freedomain Radio is 100% funded...
Profound...that is all I can say about this conversation Stefan Molyneux had with a listener. Changed my whole perspective of debates on history. When it comes to debates about history - Is it all about principles or facts? Facts are important, but facts can be misinterpreted and manipulated, but principles do not. It really gets good around half-way into it.
"The USA government is, at the moment, a rogue theocracy with nukes that contributes ... little more than extortion to the world economy." -- Rick Falkvinge
Fill in the blank: These days nobody speaks enough about _?
Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, discusses the true history of morality in his closing speech at Libertopia 2012. Freedomain Radio is the largest a...
Even if all votes were counted, and we'll never know if they are, elections STILL aren't fair at all: the state wins every time. (paraphrasing Stefan Molyneux)
Stefan Molyneux [send him mail] has been an actor, comedian, gold-panner, graduate student, and software entrepreneur. His first novel Revolutions was published in 2004, and he maintains a blog.
An UP HIGH Production. An edited version of a Stefan Molyneux (rant about the world kids must endure.
How many of you agree with Stefan Molyneux that tattoos and some forms of piercings are acts of aggression upon yourself and therefore immoral?
“You cannot get more eggs by threatening a hen - but you can get a man to give you his eggs by threatening him. Human farming has been the most profitable -- and destructive -- occupation throughout history, and it is now reaching its destructive climax. Human society cannot be rationally understood until it is seen for what it is: a series of farms where human farmers own human livestock.” — Stefan Molyneux,
Two comments.1) I think you've defined anarchism as "anarcho-capitalism" which isn't necessarily the same thing at all. Anarchist economics can be organized on different principles, such as joint ownership/commons in land, rather than private property in all things (including roads, parks, forests a...
Everytime I talk about libertarianism I get a similar response: If it's so great why has no country tried it yet? If every country waits for another country to turn libertarianism first then of course there will never be one. Imagine the Wright Brothers and people saying to them, "If planes are such a good invention how come no one invented it yet" and if the Wright Brothers were foolish enough to listen to this and say, "You're right, I give up" then that's the reason why no planes are invented--because if everyone waits for someone else to lead and try it first, it will never be done. This argument makes no sense anyway. Nothing exists until it exists. Imagine any type of society: the first Republic, one free of murder, etc. Imagine if people say that if you think a country without murder is so great why doesn't it exist? Or is a strictly limited Constitutional Republic is better than a monarchy then how come it doesn't exist yet? Fear of trying new ideas will lead to nothing new. The reason libertarian ...
Fashion models are not generally designed to be attractive to men, but rather to show clothes well for women. Modern manufacturing methods have been able to make cloth thinner and thinner, which tends to hang better on thinner women. Also, with beauty, the exception is usually the rule – when food was scarce, overweight women were considered attractive – now that food is plentiful, thinner women are considered more attractive. For men, when manual labor was most common, not having muscles was attractive; now that non-manual labor is most common, having muscles is attractive.
" You cannot oppose the two separately. Much more than metaphorically – The State and War are two sides of the same bloodied coin." - Stefan Molyneux
Our core fantasy of “government” is that in some remote and sunlit chamber, with lacquered mahogany tables, deep leather chairs and sleepless men and women, there exists a group who are so wise, so benevolent, so omniscient and so incorruptible that we should turn over to them the education of our children, the preservation of our elderly, the salvation of the poor, the provision of vital services, the healing of the sick, the defense of the realm and of property, the administration of justice, the punishment of criminals, and the regulation of virtually every aspect of a massive, infinitely complex and ever-changing social and economic system. These living man-gods have such perfect knowledge and perfect wisdom that we should hand them weapons of mass destruction, and the endless power to tax, imprison and print money – and nothing but good, plenty and virtue will result' -Stefan Molyneux
Putting aside your like or dislike for Stefan Molyneux, what do you think about this? Anyone?
Anyone who is at all honest with themselves believes that his or her world view is best. Pretty much everyone with a strong idealogy believes the world would be better if only people acted like them. That might sound arrogant (and the reason some people may deny it, but it's true). The difference between libertarians and everyone else is that we are willing to throw in the towel when people disagree with us instead of ringing people's necks with the towel when we can't convince them. A libertarian isn't someone who says getting paid a dollar or two an hour is a good thing; that drugs are good and that there shouldn't be schools for people who can't afford them. All a libertarian is is someone who says if I think drugs are bad and paying a worker less than minimum wage is taking advantage of the worker's desperation I will go to the government and make you conform to my beliefs or else. I personally think drugs are harmful and destructive. I do think rich employers should pay their workers more and if I ha ...
Question from a user: Can anybody recommend some good books for a person interested in learning more about anarchy? I'll start: Practical Anarchy and Everyday Anarchy by Stefan Molyneux, both available for free on his website.
Governments in the 20th century killed 262 million people. It would take over 10 million mass shootings the size of the sandy hook shooting in order to equal the same amount.
"If you are for gun control, then you are not against guns, because the guns will be needed to disarm people. So it’s not that you are anti-gun. You’ll need the police’s guns to take away other people’s guns. So you’re very Pro-Gun, you just believe that only the Government (which is, of course, so reliable, honest, moral and virtuous…) should be allowed to have guns. There is no such thing as gun control. There is only centralizing gun ownership in the hands of a small, political elite and their minions." -Stefan Molyneux
Tyler Reynolds asks: Why do some liberty activist, libertarians, etc. claim to be anarchist? Is positive anarchy constitutional? Most if not all Libertarians claim to want to restore America back to the principles of the founding fathers. Who did believe in government, "Limited" but still government. It seems as if the philosophies contradict one another. I could be totally wrong, I just wanted to see what other think. Thanks in advance!
Lately I find myself reading much more Jeffery Tucker and much less Stefan Molyneux.
Stefan Molyneux, trying to beam us up!
"Saying that you *give* money to the IRS is like saying that you make love to your rapist." ~ Stefan Molyneux This guy is brilliant.
"Philosophy is a spoken discipline" – Stefan Molyneux Philosophy is a written discipline, because all the great philosophers are DEAD, and therefore, we can't talk to them anymore. - says me
Gun control: How does the government go about banning guns? Why, by initiating violence against those who possess them "illegally." Thus there is no way to ban guns without initiating the use of force – in other words, a certain crime must be committed for the sake of possibly preventing an unknown crime at some point in the future. We might as well jump off a cliff when we are 20 to prevent the possibility of falling off a cliff when we are 70. - Stefan Molyneux
As a libertarian, I want to cut back on the welfare AND the warfare.
Stefan Molyneux in his essay “Why People Resist Liberty” in his unique and unconventional way explains: “We have a natural aversion to that which is highly likely to bring about danger. Natural selection has done a wonderful job of picking those out of the gene pool who do things that get them killed. The brutal power structures that dominated almost all of human history used endless violence to maintain their rule, but always had to at least provide the appearance that the violence was caused by the ‘immorality of the disobedience’ of the ruled. Throughout history, mock trials have been the norm, which drape the veneer of justice over what is, essentially, a Mafia hit.”
"It doesn't matter whoever you vote for, the government stays in power" -Stefan Moleneux
Please post a video response to this video and you could be in the 2nd Anarchy Rising! Auditions will be open for 1 week from today. Please make sure you can...
HI-DEF: A philosophical examination of various proofs for the existence of God - by Stefan Molyneux, Host o...
"It's been said 'War is the health of the state." Actually, the reverse is true; the state is the health of war." ~Stefan Molyneux
The entire basis of the non-aggression principle, especially as characterized by the Stefan Molyneux "anarchist" crowd of natural rights advocates is to make the claim that in situations of interpersonal conflict, that one's subjective scale of value is commensurable with another&
Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, breaks down the not so hidden meaning within Star Trek Into Darkness. The point is not to raise arms against enemi...
Join Dayna Martin, Stefan Molyneux, Darrius Garrett, Markus Rothkranz, Jeremy Stuart, Kytka Hilmar Jezek and Roderick Russell for the most intense experience in Unschooling and freedom ever created!
Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, interviews Dr. Peter Gray on his latest book, Free To Learn, and the fundamentals of effective education. In Free ...
I am no fan of political action, but these attacks are utterly unjust -- from Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio -- Freedomain Radio is the...
Podcast: Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, discusses faith, reason, philosophy and religion with Dr Peter Boghossian (...
A theory explaining the recent statistical revelations of women's unhappiness - by Stefan Molyneux, the host of Freedomain Radio,...
Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, discusses media silence, increased terrorism, the enthusiasm of violence and true cost of the Iraq War. Iraq: A De...
Abby Martin talks to Stefan Molyneux, host of Free Domain Radio, about overlooked statistics regarding the Iraq war, citing his online presentation titled 'I...
Stefan Molyneux talks to Jeffrey Tucker about his recent Lymphoma diagnosis, chemotherapy treatments, the drive to hide, shame, support, friendship, half of ...
Video: Stefan Molyneux: Remembrance Day full text: I wonder what the...
Stefan Molyneux | Expatriation and The Weirdness of History - An Interview with Bobby Casey (24 min.)
True News: The Real Causes of the Great Recession - Stefan Molyneux -...
audio : Stefan Molyneux and Peter Boghossian talking about atheism and religious faith ...
Democracy is where you are told it's the highest civic virtue to approve of those who will rob you.~Stefan Molyneux
I liked a video from Stefan Molyneux's Writing Approach
Tonite on Ragamuffin Radio, Stefan Molyneux discusses peaceful parenting, And I talk about how i lost 7 pounds in 4 days!...
it's war on people, drugs are just the excuse. --Stefan Molyneux
The Story of Your Enslavement - Stefan Molyneux tells it like it is: via
I added a video to a playlist New Hampshire Liberty Forum - Keynote Speaker: Stefan Molyneux from
Stefan Molyneux: It used to be 4 adults for 1 child, now its 1 adult for 30 children.
Canadians Get It - I had never heard of this guy – Stefan Molyneux - but apparently he is a Canadian blogger,...
the reasoning on defense agencies from the likes of David Friedman, Stefan Molyneux is sound.
"Stefan - the L. Ron Hubbard of contemporary Libertarianism." -
"War is just welfare for the rich and evil." -Stefan Molyneux
"The first virtue is honesty, starting with being honest with yourself." - Stefan Molyneux
Being a libertarian means always being sorry that you're right. - Stefan Molyneux
Bitcoin is the Future of Money - Zeitgeist Movement, Occupy Wall Street, Ron Paul and Stefan Molyneux -
The cult of the high priest stefan molyneux abandon reason all ye that enter here (
“Anybody who tries to change society without examining the family, is trying to push a shadow without moving a statue.” Stefan Molyneux
I liked a video from Bohemian Anarchy with Stefan Molyneux (Porcfest 2012)
ive been listening to Stefan Molyneux a self-described philosopher has a strong knowledge .
How to Find Libertarian Love! Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio on Adam Versus the Man
whilst visiting caravan forums i shall be listening to Everyday Anarchy by Stefan Molyneux,
Video: Nature, Nurture and The Freedom of Self-Knowledge Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio,...
Bitcoin Versus the Euro!: Stefan Molyneux, Host of Freedomain Radio, talks with Doug Owen of...
You need to do a podcast with Stefan Molyneux (anarchist author, podcaster, Freedomainradio). Also, Jim Jefferies again.
I've watched some of Stefan Molyneux, Ron Paul, Alex Jones and Peter Schiff clips' so many times i almost have them memorized.
I liked a video from Stefan Molyneux on Breaking the Set with Abby Martin
Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, discusses the past, present and future demise of corporatism with Stephan Kinsella, lawyer, writer and all around ...
Stefan Molyneux from Freedomain Radio joins Stephanie Murphy and Brian Sovryn on the 2/24/13 edition of Free Talk Live. Topics include: Philosophy :: Extendi...
This Wednesday night, Stefan Molyneux appears on Adam vs. The Man with Adam Kokesh to discuss working with someone in a professional sense when you're in a romantic relationship.
"The least Anararchic person in that conversation is the person saying 'you can't be an anarchist if you believe in god.' Because that's not an argument, it's just a statement. Why would somebody accept that? Because they either bow to your authority or they are afraid of your aggression. That's threatening to be another kind of ruler. Does that make any sense?" -Stefan Molyneux
Two hours with Warren Farrell on the Freedomain Radio Sunday Call In Show starting at 10 AM EST and three hours on Free Talk Live with Stephanie Murphy starting at 7 PM EST. Sunday is a busy day for Stefan Molyneux.
So, there is a lot of anti-Stefan Molyneux folks out there in the interwebs, calling him a child molester and a cultist. WTH? I think the dude is an essential asset to the freedom movement and don't see any grounds for these rantings. Does anyone out there believe that Molyneux is a child molesting cultist? And if so, why?
As of last count, only 42 tickets remain for Anarchy In The NYC 4.20.13. This WILL BE a sold out event. There WILL BE people trying to get in, who get turned away. Don't be one of those people. See me, Stefan Molyneux, Larken Rose, Adam Kokesh, John Bush, Antonio Buehler, Michael Shanklin, Tracy Diaz, Danny Panzella, and many more people so much more worthy of mention than myself. I know some of you may not want to come to NYC because it is ground zero for statism, but maybe it's worth seeing what your home town will become if we don't stop this trainwreck! Calling all anarchists, when was the last time you were in a night club full of other anarchists? This is not a "liberty event" this is an anarchist event! You don't even have to worry about arguing with paulbots and LP dreamers! Guys, did I mention that at Ian Cioffi is the organizer, and at the last event Ian threw, we had a better female to male ratio, than at any other libertarian gathering I've ever been to? Worth a mention. Get your tickets, dumm ...
I have been invited to speak at this event! Speakers include Stefan Molyneux, Adam Kokesh, Larken Rose, Robert Murphy, John Bush & many more!
Abby Martin interviews Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, about the economy, the apparatus of the state and the philosophy of anarchism. LIKE Breakin...
I remember a time when Alex Jones was the most influential person to open people's minds to government 'conspiracies' ect. Now everyone is jumping off his boat and calling him whako, not that I don't agree, he can be a bit over the top. Then a lot of the Ron Paul crowd turned their backs on him becuase he is a 'statist'. Which leaves me wondering how much longer until the Stefan Molyneux crowd will be abandoning his ship too and cling to the next best thing.just a thought.
It is always darkest before the dawn.
You can hear the whole conversation here: Thanks to Claire MacLean for the beautiful picture of the Piano Lotus A...
quote of the day, "psychotropic drugs slaughter the brain" - Dr. Stefan Molyneux
The Toxicity of Childhood Loneliness - Dr Faye Sny: Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio...
"Law, I hate to use that word because it makes it sound objective like a law of physics. A law is just an opinion with a gun." -Stefan Molyneux
Haven't read it, but i'll try to check it out. I've read a bit by Jeffrey Tucker & Stefan Molyneux.
A visual accompaniment to Jan Helfeld's outrageous Minarchist argument that couldn't be farther from reality. As for the last segment - simply a joke. In a v...
Stef, I wanted to write to convey some aspects of the influence of the government control of the medical field here in the U.S., from the perspective of a pr...
An excellent interview of Warren Farrell here.
Wouldn't it be great if we could have progress without martyrs? -Stefan Molyneux
Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio Interviewed by the Love Police! ;): via Thinkie / Talkie :o)
So, vices are not crimes and an individual should be free to do with their body as they wish. Smoke, drink and if they choose to sell it they may under agreement between two consenting adults. I 100% agree. Makes absolute, perfect sense. It's the individuals choice to engage in drug use, prostitution as long as they hurt no one but themselves. Some are saying that this is true but the minute they choose to believe in a diety they have crossed the line. Seriously? So a person can smoke, drink but cannot own their own mind? hm.
Have you read/listened/watched anything by Stefan Molyneux? He answers these ?s. Check this vid out
Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio - and recent winner of the 2012 Liberty Inspiration Awards - is intervie...
What is a congress doing when it passes no new legislation?
A letter I wrote to Jan Helfeld, a minarchist interviewer (and a great one): "You say that you want to debate an anarchist and I said I would debate with you and then asked if I was a high-profile one and I said no, so you said you no longer wanted to debate, so I'm not sure how open you really are to debate. If you think I have weak arguments shouldn't that be what you want since it just makes your side seem more credible? I hope I'm not being rude. You often criticize the ones you love and what you do takes balls and I'm grateful that we have real journalists like you who attempt to point out contradictions in people's thinking. I have just one question to ask which I ask at the end of this message but before that I would just like to say that I sympathize with the minarchist position, since I was one for quite some time. The main problem I have with minarchy is that it have a romantic view of government that's completely ahistorical. Ironically enough, one of the things that converted me to anarchy (of ...
"If you do not even know that society is sick, you will never be interested in a cure." - Stefan Molyneux EVERYDAY ANARCHY (a free book)
Subscribe to www.YouTube.com/AnCapChase Stefan Molyneux describes the strengths of individual human character as opposed to the complicity of collective subm...
Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, discusses homeschooling, Unschooling, peaceful parenting and conflict resolution within the family with Dayna Mart...
100% believe Obama and Dems and probably even secretly the GOP want everyone to depend on the government that way no one can do anything about how the citizens end up being treated
"When you subsidize something, you increase it and when you tax something, you decrease it. It's the basic principle of economics. And, of course when you subsidize poverty and you tax production. You will increase poverty and you will decrease production. That's just an inevitable result of those kinds of policies." -Stefan Molyneux
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I very much enjoyed this video on Peaceful Parenting, Unschooling and Resolving Toddler Conflicts w/ Stefan Molyneux
Hour long lecture on unschooling followed by an hour long talk with Stefan Molyneux and Jeffrey Tucker
We Hold in Our Hands the Cure for Evil - Stefan Molyneux Interviewed on the Radio: via
On the Legacy of Aaron Swartz: Interview with Stefan Molyneux: We open with a discussion of FreedomFest. You can...
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Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, discusses the Aaron Swartz case with Jeffrey Tucker, head of Laissez-Faire Books. Also, Ron Paul is using a form o...
This is why we love Stefan Molyneux.
Violence in America: The History of a Catastrophe - Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio - and recent...
Aaron Swartz and the Soul Eating Machinery of "Justice": Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain R...
I'm listening to Jake and Stefan Molyneux chat while I work. Good show!
Peaceful Parenting, Unschooling and Resolving Toddler Conflicts by Stefan Molyneux Stefan Molyneux, host of...
Stefan Molyneux is a vegetarian and I consider him as great of a Libertarian philosopher as Rothbard :)
"Government is not the antithesis of the initiation of force is the antithesis of Liberty." - Stefan Molyneux of FreeDomainRadio
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Why do feminists hate Ayn Rand? Because to quote Stefan Molyneux, "feminism is just socialism with panties. Feminists like the state more than they like women.
Just finished a great show with Stefan Molyneux. I truly enjoy our discussions. It is a mutually beneficial exchange, as we are bringing together two communities who are learning a great deal from one another.
Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, is interviewed about the theory and practice of Peaceful Parenting. Fre...
Abby Martin talks to University of Guelph professor, & author of 'The Cancer Stage of Capitalism' John McMurty, about Capitalism as the source of social ineq...
ok, this is definitely LOL material
Put down the deposit and first payment for the wedding venue today. Done thinking about flowers, doilies and gourmet celery sticks. FINALLY some alone time with my table saw and dado set.
Here's a quick way to tell whether a person is still under the sway of statism: Ask his (or her) opinion about this business of granting (word choice delib...
Oh my, I thought at least Stefan Molyneux would be intelligent enough to not buy this load of crap. This is hysterically ludicrous: First of all, the department of treasury creates these promissory notes, not "the banks" (as if they're all in it together). Secondly, our government owes the banks money, and pays it back with interest?? Since when does our government pay ANYTHING back, especially WITH interest?!? The government owns the banks, not the other way around.
The End of Europe ~ Stefan Molyneux - better say the transformation of Europe is on its way. as Google will...
Wow. Great graphs! Details on from Stefan Molyneux Have and seen it?
The End of Europe: from Stefan Molyneux: Popout There will be no economic recovery. Prepare ... CONSPIROSPHERE.TK
Love must have the following characteristics. 1. It has elements of objectivity. 2. It is elicited by the behaviour of another person. 3. It is a favouring of certain characteristics relative to their opposites, or deficiencies thereof. 4. It is pleasurable. So the definition of love must be that it is our involuntary response to virtue.
I need a book that is going to blow my mind. Am I the only person who still reads?
asshattery demonstrates that Stefan Molyneux is right: if you trust in a politician as your savior, you WILL be disappointed!
...in which I attempt to give you back at least 10% of your life... By Stefan Molyneux, Host of Freedomain Radio, the most popular philosophy podcast on the ...
Alright ladies, we want to hear from you! What attracted you to the NAP and how did you come to the conclusion of Voluntaryism? How was it introduced to you? What was your 'AHA!' moment?
The Gun in the Room by Stefan Molyneux (put down the gun and we'll talk)
The End of Europe by Stefan Stefan Molyneux There will be no economic recovery. Prepare yourself accordingly.
Okay, I have noticed that some people are getting high and mighty and doing the "Online Superior Dance" because they didn't watch the Super Bowl. Let me remind you. People at war, and the movement we are in IS war, whether you admit it or not, need stress releases. We need an occasion sporting event. We need sex. We need to have time with our families. We need a lot of things. We cannot war against the enemy 24/7. So I mean, if there was something critical to do OTHER than watch the Super Bowl, I would have done it. Could you tell me exactly what that would have been for me yesterday? Otherwise, get off our *** Even some of us very committed to this thing need a break.
Peer to Peer relationships in Juvenile Jail Juvenile Incarceration is to Society = Lemonjuice is to a Wound
And Stefan Molyneux, He believes in the illuminati but speaks on statism and how they have to (
Josef Fahmy check out starting at 45min, Stefan molyneux. he 'tells it like it is' courtesy Karma TrollSlayer Tinfoil
This was created to be a fair-use film to teach & warn teens, about peer pressure, conformity, & the dangers of not questioning culture or authority. If you ...
is on the air replaying some great interviews from Robert Scott Bell and Stefan Molyneux !
tbh between the choice of wild hogs eating my organs while I'm still conscious and talking to Stefan Molyneux I'd choose the first option
Stefan Molyneux is an MRA and suprises NOBODY
How to Communicate the Ideas of Liberty (Stefan Molyneux interview): via
I suggest people listen to everyday anarchy by Stefan Molyneux its a free e book on Freedomain Radio.com anarchy is not a scary thing
Some protestors claim that requiring people to pay income tax amounts to slavery and is therefore forbidden by the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.
Repeat after me everyone -- children are not to be used as hostages, children are not to be used as hostages... A review of the recent State of the Union add...
Stefan Molyneux | Bitcoins: digital currency of the future?
video discussing my point and question NewMediaCC ʺIntellectual Propertyʺ Real Property? Stefan Molyneux: via
" The large companies are annoyed by the patent-troll pests but not entirely unhappy with their activities. The large companies can afford to pay them off. Smaller companies cannot. In this way, the trolls serve to reduce competition. " - Stefan Molyneux
"Isn’t government necessary to protect us from outside invasion?" With endless local Private security firms in a free society, there would still be well-armed and effective protection forces that could band together, like blood cells protecting against a virus. But there would not be just a few centers to be taken over. "But there are dangerous corrupt people in society, so we need the government to protect us." Given that there are dangerous corrupt people, what could be more risky than having a system with a monopoly on making money (the Federal Reserve), backed up by a monopoly on force (the military and government funded mercenary armies) where dangerous and corrupt people can rise to the top of this centralized power pyramid. You cannot create an agency with a monopoly on violence to get rid of violence in a society.
I liked a video from Stefan Molyneux - What's wrong w/ America?
I don't why they would ignore you. They just interviewd Stefan Molyneux the other day.
I do believe anyway there is a market. But it's online a la Stefan Molyneux. Jeff Fillion do it in QC City with Radio Pirate
What is the end result of you defending yourself against a government home invasion, even if you never hurt anyone else and are fully justified in your defense? Death. They will kill you. We are slaves.
What's the difference between a Libertarian and an Anarchist? 5 years. -MD
“If the government told you tomorrow that it was going to choose for you where to live, how to earn your keep, and who to marry – would you fall to your knees and thank the heavens that you have been saved from such terrible anarchy – the anarchy of making your own decisions in the absence of direct political coercion? […] Thus we can see that we human beings are deeply, almost ferociously ambivalent about ‘anarchy.’ We desperately desire it in our personal lives, and just as desperately fear it politically. Another way of putting this is that we love the anarchy we live, and yet fear the anarchy we imagine.” — Everyday Anarchy, Stefan Molyneux.
Did you know, that by accepting the necessity of the state you are supporting the use of violence against me? Thanks for the gun to my head :)
Stefan Molyneux is a cult leader ... anyone who advocates abandoning ones family for ideology fits that description (plus he's an ***
An atheist quoting the devil? He'll probably scrape the bottom of the intellectual dumpster and quote Stefan Molyneux next.
I used to disapprove of homosexuality, then I discovered Stefan Molyneux.
The discussion of intellectual property begins at 1:01:00. Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, and Jeffrey Tucker, of Laissez-Faire Books, interviewed...
El dinero que se vende en el extranjero es Usted! by Stefan Molyneux Freedomain Radio is the largest and most...
"Since we have remained unable to define a rational system of universal morality, we have been forced to inflict religious horror stories on our children, or give guns, prisons and armies to a small group of soulless controllers who call themselves "the state." Since what we call "ethics" remains subjective and merely cultural, we inevitably end up relying on bullying, fear and violence to enforce social rules. Since ethics lack the rational basis of the scientific method, "morality" remains mired in a tribal war of bloody mythologies, each gang fighting tooth and nail for control over people's allegiance to "virtue." We cannot live without morality, but we cannot define morality objectively - thus we remain enternally condemned to empty lives of pompous hypocracy, cynical dominance or pious slavery." - Universaly Perferable Behavior by Stefan Molyneux
Television serves as a great gatekeeper to keep real people with real ideas out. Imagine how hard Stefan Molyneux would destroy Krugman.
Stefan Molyneux: The state of the union is not good
i think Stefan Molyneux is a pretty cool guy. eh philosophizes against the gov and doesn’t afraid of anything.Check it:
The validity of intellectual property w/Stefan Molyneux & Jeffrey Tucker: Dont usually post vids but enjoyed this convo
Still feeling a sense of exuberance from last night's show with Stefan Molyneux & from discussing IP
A discussion we had last night on Adam V. The Man -- Stefan Molyneux and I were guests -- kept returning to an idea that we never really had
Is "intellectual property" a valid form of property? Call in question for AVTM LIVE! tonight featuring a Stefan Molyneux and Jeffrey Tucker on a panel taking YOUR live calls by Skype at avtm.live!
Stefan Molyneux followers/fans can you help me find writing on Stefan's views on gender roles?
Because people haven’t been reasoned into their beliefs, they can’t be reasoned out of their beliefs, [and] when people have existing prejudices, showing them facts that run counter to those prejudices does not dislodge them. In fact, statistically, it is more likely to make those prejudices stronger.” ― Stefan Molyneux
The FULL episode of the Jeff Probst Show is available online!! You can see the second half our show now, with Devin!!
An introduction to anarchist parenting, by Stefan Molyneux —
I have become a giant fan overnight of Stefan Molyneux. After listening to a few of his podcast I want to pose a question to all of you. If the government magically poofed away overnight and we were left with a basic police force to prevent initial rioting and anarchy and were left with a monetary system. What would you do tomorrow?
Mises and Stefan Molyneux give books away for free ? Why would someone spend time to write a book and then not expect to get paid ?
Stefan Molyneux: Who Would Build the Roads Without the Government? Extreme inefficiency and corruption of road...
"Gimme the goods on shoulds. Gimme a snort of ought. Gimme a wanna on a shoulda." — Stefan Molyneux
Living Free in an Unfree World: Stefan Molyneux at Libertopia 2010 via
It's not the supply that you need to look at - it's the demand that you need to look at when you want to figure out how to change the world. - Stefan Molyneux
Speak with authority. People will assume you know what you're talking about.
Ben Richards asks: Hi, I have a question if you wouldn't mind answering, or posting. I am 20 years old, and I am intending to join the Marines. But, I am also a enormous Libertarian. Would it be hypocritical in anyway that I want to join the military under a corrupt, or big government? I understand, and truly believe the Constitutional by 100%. I also believe I could learn, and make a difference being a Marine. Could I still be a Libertarian, and be a Marine? That's two questions. Lol.
To all statists out there, watch any Stefan Molyneux videos. He could change your life.
The reality of political power is very simple: bad farmers own crops and livestock — good farmers own human beings… - Stefan Molyneux
“Politicians are propaganda, the people with guns are the enforcers and the media is the enthusiastic lapdog who enables the entire behavior and acts as the verbal abuser against those who deviate from nodding their heads at the vast statues of evil that we inherited.” ― Stefan Molyneux
My mind set these days is like 3 locomotive trains colliding at full speed. One train is philosophy of Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn. It's a mixed train. Powerful. The Second Train is just as powerful barreling down the tracks. This train is Good Ol' Murray Rothbard. Smashing away with great force. The third train isn't riding a rail at all. It's of mixed thought as well. It's coming from above smashing everything I once believed. This is the train of Stefan Molyneux and my lady Ayn Rand. As you can tell I'm having Brain Overload. I love it. Knowledge is strength.
An Open Letter To […] Anti-feminists: of so many fallacies, blatant lies, hypocrisy, and whining… It's insane.
You know people often say if you don't like it somewhere go elsewhere. Well for us anarchists/voluntaryists we don't have that place to go. However, if we did, don't you think we would be there like right now and you would be in an area you saw fit as well. You see in a voluntary society, there is no force, so you can leave freely if you do not wish to be in that particular tribe, if you will (and of course only if they have not committed any punishable act decided on by the tribe that was voluntarily joined). So in this world, the statement of going elsewhere would be more accurate and attainable. Remember in a voluntary society you can have a socialist, communist, libertarian, democracy, or any type of society, you just can't force anyone into it. Can't we see the beauty in choice, can't we create this world free of a metaphorical and actual forceful government gun in the room? Derrick Broze John Bush Antonio Buehler Adam Kokesh Stefan Molyneux Danny Panzella
Stefan Molyneux: "Keeping the Tax Livestock securely in the compounds of the Ruling Classes . is a three...
Stefan Molyneux: "We can only be kept in the cages we refuse to see. Wake up, to see the farm is to leave it."
Belize can become a UNIFIED country. we just need to become like them dooms day preppers ... share... care... teach... pass it on... so the wheel keep spinning...
ok..now I need advice. How can I stop Zion getting violent when he is angry? He seems to have missed the point of my discipline..and repeatedly smacks me in the face..while at the same time predicting my respnse by sternly telling me 'DON'T' or 'NO' with a pointed finger.
After Shirley Chambers lost her third child to gun violence in 2000, she said she felt sadder for her surviving son, Ronnie, than she did for herself. "I only have one child left," Chambers told the...
An Introduction to Peaceful Parenting :): Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, is interv...
So lemme get this straight, government gun monopolists (as Stefan Molyneux logically proved before, "gun control" via legislation is no more a possibility than a 5 legged unicorn who plays the cello). You want to forfeit more money and more civil liberties, and force others to do the same, to enable the same people doing so well in the Wars on Poverty, Drugs, and Terrorism to lead a War on Assault Weapons? Wow. Just wow. You're such smart, caring, good people. And by smart, caring, and good, I mean stump stupid and fascist.
An old Chinese proverb, "The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their proper name." "Soldiers are paid killers... and I say this with a great degree of sympathy to young men and women who are suckered into a life of evil through propaganda and the labeling of "heroic" to a man in costume who kills for money. I say this with all sympathy to the destructive effects of propaganda which keeps alive patriotism, the military, the police and wars; the lies of collective virtue and the lie that honor is excepting ordered killings for money and prestige and pensions… because morality is a technology that is invented… you don’t say that a medieval doctor was a bad doctor because he didn’t prescribe antibiotics… because they didn’t exist. We create the possibility of moral choice by communicating the truth about ethics to people. THAT to me is where real heroism and where real respect for the dead lies. Real respect for the dead lies in exhuming the corpses and hearing what they would say if they c ...
Quoting one of my favorites Stefan Molyneux: "If you can get the 'Cows' to attack each other, whenever anybody...
The socialist left has been hyper conscious of never proposing things nationally that didn't have its private corollary. Think of recycling, suing your boss for sex and race discrimination, biking instead of driving, eating organic food, or whatever. All of these specifics are designed to accomplish social/political revolution from the inside out, getting people involved at the level of individual life as a precondition for social change. Meanwhile, libertarians are a bit short on such specifics beyond "read this book" or "come to this political rally." It hasn't been a strategic priority.
But, but...I wasn't a criminal yesterday.
"The belief systems people hold are absolutely, in no way, shape, or form the result of any objective evaluation of information. The prejudices are inherited, they’re socially inflicted, they’re propagandized in school, in church, in communities, in families. They are reinforced by endless bouts of patriotic media and all of this nonsense. People are an emotional Gordian knot kaleidoscopic clusterfrack of prior prejudices stuffed into their heads and held aloft by the spears of social approval and ostracism.” ― Stefan Molyneux
I find it silly people automatically assume because this page supports guns, the page is also, republican and anti *** marriage... That is some brainwashed thinking. I hope we can learn to actually ask questions and not state assumptions.
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what questions do you want me to ask Stefan Molyneux about non violent parenting?
What are your questions for Stefan Stefan Molyneux tonite?
Does anyone know about this microchip thing with Obamacare??? Alma Arteaga, Charles Dean Eggers, Rachel Smith Conner?
My daughter, Christy Martin, works at Applebee's. Sign on the door states no guns or other weapons. A guy walks in brandishing a gun on his hip - not concealed and sits at a table in the bar - Christy's section. All she could think of is that she would be one of the first to be killed. She didn't want to make anyone at the table upset in any way. She was scared to death. NO ONE should have to work under those conditions. Guns should NOT be allowed in a family restaurant at all. Period. And absolutely NEVER in a bar.
Stefan Molyneux will go down in History as one of the greatest Thinkers of this century, if not all of time.
Ignorance seems to be the last true freedom.
The Politics of Parenting - Stefan Molyneux and Laurette Lynn: via
Stefan Molyneux sums up some facts about the USA "There will be NO economic recovery" his blind spot: militairy ind.
I was watching a YouTube by Stefan Molyneux (who sometimes just looks too much like Max Headroom for my taste) this morning. He said something about taking down the spire that is the shameful thing we call government. It can't be done from the top. We can't vote them out of office. For similar mindsets will just replace them. It needs to happen from the horizontal level. We, as a society, need to alter our mindsets so that we are no longer complicit with the deeds our government carries out in the name of America. Currently, we're no different than the clueless driver who's idling at the curb while his buddy the bank robber "makes a quick withdrawal".
"If u r 4 gun control then ur not against Quote by Stefan Molyneux
The Fascists That Surround You - Part 1 Stefan Molyneux postulates that govs are ran and supported by sociopaths
Stefan Molyneux and Ice-T have the best articulated positions on guns that I've heard.
"There is no such thing as gun control!" Stefan Molyneux
Stefan Molyneux You upgrade your cell phone, your computer, your car and your education – why not upgrade your parenting as well?
The man, the myth, the rational philosopher.STEFAN MOLYNEUX!
“The idea that the State is capable of solving social problems is now viewed with great skepticism – which foretells a coming change. As soon as skepticism is applied to the State, the State falls, since it fails at everything except increasing its power, and so can only survive on propaganda, which relies on unquestioning faith.” ― Stefan Molyneux
"All of the western countries are horrifically in debt, and face astounding levels of unfunded liabilities, all the stuff that has been promised to people either on the verge of retirement or as pensions or benefits and other situations and circumstances that run into the God knows how many hundreds of trillions of dollars...all completely un-payable. The current levels of debt are unsustainable and the current levels of deficit are unsustainable, but the unfunded liabilities is where you really see the true collapse of the western economy. It's going to be like a trembling sand castle under a tsunami." --Stefan Molyneux
In this episode i interview Stefan Molyneux about practical anarchy. we explore some of the harsh realities about the problems tha...
My Take on Stefan Molyneux and Anarcho Capitalism // Says it better than I.
Stefan Molyneux: The Fall of Rome and Modern Parallels | The ...: I think a lot of times people imagine this _post...
"even when the State does good things, it rests on a club, a gun, or a prison, for its power to carry them through." ~Voltairine de Cleyre
"Law is what a group of people with lots of guns says it is." ~ Stefan Molyneux deliberating about State.
There are times when I disagree with Stefan Molyneux, and there are even times when i will make fun of him, but in all seriousness I do have great respect for his no-compromise position on peaceful parenting. Hitting children always makes things worse, and I wish more people understood that and kept it in mind even in moments of great frustration. By spreading that message, he has helped a lot of people. Hat tip to you for that, Sir.
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