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Becky Akers Announces Sale

Halestorm       $1.50 on Kindle

Abducting Armold  $1.50 on Kindle


And check out Becky’s thoughts on many subjects on LewRockwell.com


I want to thank Becky Akers for visiting the blog, where my stats are booming, all surrounding her interview and a lot coming from Lew Rockwell’s site. 8 more words


Governments will drive people to use bitcoin

It Begins: IRS Launches International Data Exchange Service http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-01-14/it-begins-irs-launches-international-data-exchange-service

If you’ve not heard of it, it’s is an outgrowth of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), which requires every single bank in the world to get in bed with IRS to share information about customers.

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Interview with Becky Akers

Today’s interview is with Becky Akers, author of Halestorm and Abducting Arnold, two works of fiction based on a refreshingly different take on American history. I heard Becky interview on Patriot’s Lament, a Saturday morning radio program on KFAR AM 660 (Fairbanks Alaska) that explores anarcho-capitalism and a lot of other liberty subjects. 1,799 more words

Author Interviews

Responding to Critics on Dismantling Anarchy

There was a lot of interest for me to respond to the comments under the thread DISMANTLING AN ANARCHIST. I wanted to move on to talk about other topics, but I’ll do one last status as a response. 1,014 more words

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Google began turning smartphones into real-time language translators — of both written and spoken content.

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Libertarian Question Time #1

(Fingers crossed that the YouTube video embeds itself)

Host: Keir Martland

Dr Sean Gabb

Professor John Kersey

Dr Andrew Linley

Daniel Harding… 70 more words


Dismantling Anarchy....Continued

More points against the ancap:

Anarcho-capitalists argue that the market will properly provide for our national defense, but this is pure speculation. If you read the first chapter in Rothbard’s Power and Market, he provides absolutely zero evidence that his theory will hold with regard to a local police force, let alone, a national defense. 983 more words

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