It’s a Privilege to be Oppressed with You

This week Brian and Ty jump into the conversation about the protests and controversies at the University of Missouri. Students and faculty protesting racial disparities that were precipitated by a series of events that are now being called into question. They riff on ideas of Continue reading It’s a Privilege to be Oppressed with You

We Need To Undo The Law, So That We Can Get The Results The Law Was for

Brian and Ty chat about the law suit that was filed in the State of Minnesota alleging racial segregation within the school districts, primarily within the Minneapolis and surrounding areas. In their ongoing discussion of the issues in the Minnesota school systems, they chronicle the Continue reading We Need To Undo The Law, So That We Can Get The Results The Law Was for

Snorting Smarties of the Backs of America’s Workers

This weeks the guys discuss the income inequality gap in the United States. Workers barely making enough to pay for themselves and their families. How the average person on the street is making less than they were decades ago. And as always they tangent into Continue reading Snorting Smarties of the Backs of America’s Workers

To Pick a Fight: Trump Snap Judgment and Black Lives on a Train

The guys start the podcast by discussing the appeal to average folks that ‘the Donald’ is having as the electioneering continues. Brian and Ty clash a bit while talking about the local chapter of Black Lives Matter and their decision to block the light rail Continue reading To Pick a Fight: Trump Snap Judgment and Black Lives on a Train

Minnesota Nice (minus when driving)

In this episode of the PI Radio Hour, the guys talk bad drivers. Insurance Companies taking over the testing of drivers instead of making wide and generalized assumptions about classes of people. RANDOM TWITTER!! Discussion of the documentary “Hot Girls Wanted”, and than Brian holds Continue reading Minnesota Nice (minus when driving)

How March Madness has made you an agorist and you didn’t even know it.

Nothing is too small for the government to quibble over. Not collecting taxes from teenage girls for babysitting, not the size of your soft drinks, and sure as shit not your office NCAA basketball brackets. I don’t care about sports, at al. I don’t watch Continue reading How March Madness has made you an agorist and you didn’t even know it.

Growing Up to be a Socailly Acceptable Member of Society.

The only thing better than being a Libertarian and living off donations from the Koch-brothers and big business, is the opportunity to cleanse your spirit in a devil may care, tell-all piece to a major publication. Once you’ve gotten sick of reading economic and ethical Continue reading Growing Up to be a Socailly Acceptable Member of Society.

Minor Acts of Civil Disobedience

A significant subset of libertarian culture is set around disagreeing with the political elite. Whether it is in writing intense philosophic blog posts, making videos on the internet, pumping out memes onto Facebook like a Chinese sweat shop (minus all the intense labor and poor Continue reading Minor Acts of Civil Disobedience

Personalized Security Systems (the 3 Levels to Home Liberation)

Most people are happy and content with doing the occasional project around the house like mowing the lawn, changing the oil in their car, or even something more involved like building a tree house. This shows the average person that they have not lost touch Continue reading Personalized Security Systems (the 3 Levels to Home Liberation)

Meme me to the Moon Scottie

Political Memes are the internet equivalent of bumper stickers for a libertarian’s Facebook page. But “One does not simply… un-program people with memes”. That doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t try, even in vain.  Any half-baked (or fully-baked) liberty lover can now make their own meme Continue reading Meme me to the Moon Scottie

Libertarian Reality Shows that Never Made It

Everyone loves reality TV, and libertarians are not immune to the seductive allure of watching people live their lives out, on camera. But I can’t help but to wonder what a libertarian version of these shows would yield. For your viewing pleasure, here are the Continue reading Libertarian Reality Shows that Never Made It

10 Signs Your Cadre Leader is TOO “Hardcore”

He or she refuses to wear pants to any event, because “they were made by the corporate overlords”. He comes in looking haggard and sleep deprived because too much time has been spent watching libertarian porn. She has a food testing kit that is brought Continue reading 10 Signs Your Cadre Leader is TOO “Hardcore”

Beating Bigoted Businesses

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I wanted to address the issue of businesses being bigoted and how a free society would deal with them. When libertarians speak out against so called “anti-discrimination” legislation, we are often attacked and called reactionary bigots for Continue reading Beating Bigoted Businesses

3 people you may meet if you happen into a libertarian party meeting

When I walk into an event that was advertised as being for liberty, or freedom, it never fails that there will always be a set of guys that always show up. Even if you expressly “forgot” invite them. Lord knows that you know a few Continue reading 3 people you may meet if you happen into a libertarian party meeting