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School Sucks: Higher Education For Self-Liberation
Achieving Greater Personal Freedom Through Self-Knowledge, Self-Teaching, and Self-Development
Category: K-12
Location: Manchester, New Hampshire
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My name is Brett and I have worked in education for the last ten years, in a variety of capacities. I am currently the Vice Pre...


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October 19, 2011 06:33 AM PDT
Over two years ago, we discussed the futility and the dangers associated with believing in the possibility government solutions to government problems. Today, there are two growing movements that may lure young people into the cage match of political participation. Critical Thinking Question: How are we going to get all of the corruption, and abuse, and predation out of our government? Followed by some other questions that make equally as much sense (none). Topic: Stephanie Murphy and George Mandrik join me to discuss their experiences and lessons learned from the 2008 Ron Paul Presidential Campaign. We also ruminate on what motivates people to participate in politics in the first place. Bumper Music: "Angry Young Man" Billy Joel Look Closer; "Democracy--the god that failed: the economics and politics of monarchy" By Hans-Hermann Hoppe http://books.google.com/ The Myth of Democratic Peace: Why Democracy Cannot Deliver Peace in the 21st Century by James Ostrowski Death by government By R. Rummel http://books.google.com/ Freedomain Radio-True News 5: The Truth About Voting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igbBItLemsM Democracy Is Not Freedom by Rep. Ron Paul, MD http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul233.html FDR1980 Walter Block vs Stefan Molyneux vs Ron Paul! http://www.freedomainradio.com/DesktopModules/UltraNewsArticle/Read.aspx?Portalid=1&ArticleId=2470 FDR 972 The Ron Paul Revolution - A Postmortem (and prescription) http://www.freedomainradio.com/Podcasts/PodcastList/tabid/72/mid/434/articleId/1478/ctl/ReadDefault/Default.aspx
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