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How Military Flag Officers Threaten Liberty

Undead Attackers

The security of a free state requires an armed population yet military flag officers use their status to undermine the foundations of self-government.

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Ep32: Military Flag Officers Threaten Liberty

Yamarashi Cube

An Op-Ed from retired Admiral William McRaven reminds us that Flag Officers and other high-ranking military bureaucrats are a threat to liberty and security.

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Ep31: Dissecting the Leftist Deep State

Yamarashi Cube

The so-called deep state has leftist roots aiming at the centralization and control of political power.  This manifests as decision making authority of financial resources and private property at the expense of personal liberty.All states tend to become deep by the very nature of bureaucracy, which is inherently plagued by the failures of socialism, an […]

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Science And Spirituality Agree?

Can Science & Spirit Agree?

Can science and spirituality agree on individuality, human dignity, and freedom? We begin from the premise that each individual is sovereign over their own lives and is free to express themselves without fear of aggression so long as their actions do not encroach upon others.  In this way, the equal liberty of each individual acts […]

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Ep16: Cycles and Spirals

Cycles and Spirals

Cycles & Spirals Early recognition of human behavior likely to result in hostility or infringement is an essential component of strategic thinking because it allows for neutralizing tactics that minimize destruction of lives and property. See the cycles and spirals of escalation in a whole new way using political economy and history. Pick up a […]

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Ep12: The Nature Of Conflict

Masakado KubiZuka

Conflict as praxeology How can we know the causes and cures of human conflict? Understanding conflict as a subset of praxeology, or the science of human action, leads to clarity unfound in other explanations, most notably, interspecies dominance. Analytical tools from Austrian political-economy are useful to examine the case of Taira Masakado’s 939 rebellion against Japan’s […]

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Ep11: Property, Law, and Freedom

Property, Law & Freedom

Property Equals Freedom Inspired by recently attending Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe‘s annual Property & Freedom Society meeting in Bodrum, Turkey, I share my thoughts on law and justice in a free society.  This involves sustainable hyper-federalism involving a combination of self-governing militia supplemented by market-based security providers.  A knowledgeable and well-armed citizenry must organize to protect […]

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Property and Justice

Struggle Against Evil

Concepts Of Justice When you understand that private property is the only logically consistent way of understanding justice and applying a universal standard to everyone, at all times, you can know when to ethically apply martial skills.  In other words, a private property legal and social order is the best way of knowing when the […]

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