You do not live in a country. Take the red pill. Freedomain Radio - http://www.freedomainradio.com The Matrix is one of the greatest metaphors ever. Machines invented to make human life easier end up enslaving humanity – this is the most common theme in dystopian science fiction. Why is this fear so universal – so compelling? […]
A critique of the belief that politics, religion or academia can set us free. Free Audiobook/PDF from Freedomain Radio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EfBL5h4RHM&fmt=18 http://www.freedomainradio.com/books.html#HNTAF Stefan Molynuex, is the host of Freedomain Radio (www.freedomainradio.com), the most popular philosophy site on the Internet, and a "Top 10" Finalist in the 2007-2010 Podcast Awards.
Separating facts from myths is always one of the greatest challenges when examining the past. In particular, narratives that benefit those in power are particularly resistant to rational examination, since they tend to be propagated among the impressionable and credible – particularly children, in the form of state "education." The history of the United States […]
Now that the Ron Paul revolution is effectively over, the time has come for a levelheaded assessment of the pluses and minuses of the single largest movement that modern libertarianism has ever engaged in. Any rational approach to life must seek objective answers to puzzling questions – we must steadfastly refuse to make up answers, […]
By far the most common objection to the idea of a stateless society is the belief that one or more private Dispute Resolution Organizations (DROs) would overpower all the others and create a new government. This belief is erroneous at every conceivable level, but has a kind of rugged persistence that is almost admirable. Here […]
By Stefan Molyneux Host, Freedomain Radio http://www.freedomainradio.com/ Ah, my son, my son… He’s 40 years old, and really needs to change careers. When he was 20, he joined the Ku Klux Klan, because he was concerned that the Klan was getting too big, too aggressive. In those days, they were lynching some poor man every […]