Media Bias and Joe Biden's creep status come together when someone attempts to discredit a source based on their political leanings.
What if "Law" was Decentralized so much that the individual was completely free to choose what authority("Judge/lawyer/arbiter") they will associate/contract with?
The podcast has been running for a few years now and has finally broken into triple digits on the episode counter! Join me for a brief look back on the highlights of the AAC Podcast.
The Trump Impeachment social drama exploded when the house voted to impeach him. What game are the politicians playing this time? It seems quite a few people can't accurately explain the impeachment process causing a lot of poorly mad assumptions.
The REAL ID was supposed to tighten requirements for State driver's licenses and IDs. It seems some states have taken the opportunity to offer non-compliant IDs. I say skip the extra money and hassle and boycott the Real IDs for the non-compliant if you can.
Certain states are taking aim at the Gig Economy(independent contractor, freelancers, sub-contractors etc) by attempting to force them onto company payrolls in various ways. The reported intent is to get more workers employer benefits, but the creating a spike in payroll taxes appears beneficial to states with financial problems. Oh yea, what's going on with that NJ bill to make vaccines mandatory for school kids?
The Police have turned into a sub branch of the Military and the politicians want to ban and take away an increasing amount of guns. The two sides look set to square off somewhere in the near future.
This issue often gets dragged down into debates about the negative side effects and benefits of vaccines. The real issue is rights and self ownership. Both are the foundations of anarchy and freedom.
How can there be rules if there is no one to make the rules? This is one of the main objections when explaining the potential for a free society.
There is plenty to be learned from what is happening in Hong Kong about protesting and standing up to government. Is it possible there is positive world wide motion toward general distrust of government or even... anarchy?
I made the prediction that Trump wouldn't drain the swamp three years ago. What other champaign promises did he not fulfill and what kind of politician does he seem like?
How does the fact that Democrats and Republicans hate each other effect the political atmosphere? From political conversation to surveys mainstream politics seems filled with hate.
We all know FaceBook censors, deletes page and runs algorithms that can be detrimental to pages reach. This episode explains what has been going on with the AAC FaceBook page's comments being censored and reach throttled down.
Dave Champion really doesn't like being inconvenienced at stores by receipt checkers at the exit door. Unfortunately his criticisms of the process don't include a natural law perspective. The original liberty he desires.
A conversation about not hating over political differences turns into a conversation about strategy for building a stateless society.
Now that it's been a few years, what has happened with the tax dollars collected in Colorado from legalized Marijuana?
Info from Denver Post and Colorado Sun.
A lot of factors play into the housing crisis in Cali. I don't see why those on the left and right can't agree on the issues causing it.
Have you heard people say "Don't judge me!... or others"? In this episode I question wether that is a good idea or not.
This episode discusses how the left may be able to better communicate with the right about minimum wage. The right also may be able to develop their perspective based other issues dear to their heart.
It's been an amusing topic floating around recently, but can we take anything real from it?