A new blog that seems very promising so far.
A blog I read often. It is written by a guy who has renounced his U.S. citizenship but hasn’t applied for citizenship anywhere else. As a result he is a stateless person. Very interesting.
A fascinating blog documenting the lives and adventures of a few members of the Free State Project in Keene, New Hampshire. Free State Project participants are people who have moved to New Hampshire for more liberty. To be a participant, the only rules are, you have to move to New Hampshire as soon as you can and you have to believe that the MAXIMUM role of government is the protection of life liberty and property. The Keene free-staters tend to see the role of government as being even smaller than that. I’m not a FSP participant anymore, I was once planning on moving to New Hampshire, but I still like to keep up with what’s going on over there.
Excellent radio show that broadcasts 7 days a week on something like 50 stations nationwide. It’s probably more now. They also have a podcast if you don’t get the show in your area. In fact I have an RSS feed on the ride side of my blog with the 5 latest episodes.
The Liberty Radio Network is a really cool idea. It’s an internet broadcast that plays all kinds of liberty oriented radios shows and podcasts live when they are on the air but when no one is on the air, they play archives. SO if you listen to the LRN, there is always something to hear.
The School Sucks podcast is one of my new favorite shows. I’m not in school any more but all of the info on the show is still very useful. I really like the host’s style too.
A wiki-style site that is PACKED full of information on Agorism like how you can participate, ideas about things you can do, history of the ideas, philosophy, etc. As they say, the only way to be an Agorist is to practice Agorism. Go to the website for ideas on how to do that. It’s easy.