A few people have recently asked me about my political stance, since I claim to be a “rational anarchist” and a “voluntarist” (aka an-cap). I figured I’d make a short outline of what I believe and why. 1,142 more words
As promised, in our previous blog, this post will feature the experience of two friends of ours who are embarking on voluntary experience. Andrew and Alan are doing this selfless work and without need for thanks or recognition, but today we are going to give them the spotlight they deserve. 373 more words
I’ve been a self-realized anarchist for close to two years now and I’ve watched both myself and the world change quite radically since then. Maybe it was a change in perspective or perhaps a genuine revealing of the government’s wrongdoings, but the general public has started to rapidly become more self-educated and vocal. 1,376 more words
No one so blankly ignorant, so mentally without furniture, so muddle-headed, limited, and barren, should be allowed within hailing range of a voting booth.
I have to ask Fred, why don’t we just abolish the voting booth, period?1,522 more words
(Academic analysis of Joplin, MO tornado by Skyler Miller)
On May 22nd of 2011 the city of Joplin, Missouri was struck by the 7th deadliest tornado in United States history. 2,396 more words