Connor Boyack: Voluntaryist and Author of the Tuttle Twins children’s book series

Please enjoy my recent interview with Connor Boyack. Herein we discussed how he became a Voluntaryist, America: Freedom to Fascism, the chilling effect, The Tuttle Twins book series, The Law, I Pencil, Spontaneous Order, Legal Plunder, foot in the Voluntaryist door, Anarchy surrounds us, using Capitalism to bash Capitalism, Dystopian literature, Anarchy Jungle, the beauty of true freedom, building Free Market solutions to State tyranny, vilified terms, Plato’s philosopher kings, the humility of Voluntaryism, the charitable spirit of the individual, the benefits of Capitalist selfish interests, government please stop trying to help, the opposite effect of legislation, Statism is based in fear of the unknown, the calm of despotism vs. the tempestuous sea of liberty, life is inherently full of risk, who’s looking out for the small guy, short term forgetfulness, Feardom: How Politicians Exploit Your Emotions, tend to your own garden, liberty is love, technology unites humanity and raises the standard of living for all, the Luddite fallacy, protectionism, fear of the future, unschooling passion driven education,  double standards and much more!

“Only a fool would let his enemy teach his children!” Malcolm X

Dayna Martin: Radical Unschooler and Natural Childbirth Advocate

Please enjoy my recent interview with Dayna Martin. Herein we discussed how she became an Anarchist, attachment parenting, self-soothing/narcissistic parenting, fear-based culture, my child + me new lifestyle, love addiction myth, radical unschooling, family judgments, quenching natural curiosity is the best education, homeschooling vs. unschooling, compartmentalizing life, trusting one’s children, teaching through love vs. force, peaceful parenting, broken window fallacy applied to parenting, without chores kids will never learn how to clean, sub contract out parenting, did you enjoy your government school experience, authoritarian parenting and government schooling prepares children for State worship, Sexy Birth, unassisted birth, radical kindness, water birth, the sphincter law, The Business of Being Born, trust in relationships, pioneers of the unpopular and much more!



A speaker of truth has no friends.

African proverb

Childhood Spanking and Corporal Punishment

For one to be so opposed to State violence on the one hand whilst practicing childhood assault, AKA spanking, on the other is profoundly hypocritical to say the least. Violence is violence whether it is inflicted on fully developed adults in their right minds or immaturely developed children with no capability for self-defense. There is nothing noble or honorable about saying “My child is well behaved because he/she listens to every word I say.” All this indicates is the ability of the parent to strike fear and intimidation into the pure heart of an unbiased human being who seeks only to learn about the world. Is the proper treatment of such a curious nature to inflict pain and punishment in response to actions we deem to be “errors” from the artificial vantage point of cultural propriety? If such barbaric treatment of children actually produced positive results we should logically expect its use to decrease as successive generations produce more docile children leading to docile adults. However this is not the case. When parents engage in corporal punishment it is usually done in the midst of uncontrollable fury and ferocious anger. Is this the proper atmosphere to “teach” one’s child about morality? If such savagery did amount to anything other than the repression of emotions and the formation of insidious grudges then we should necessarily be living in a genuine utopia free of crime and mental illness.

Child Meditation

If we would like see a more peaceful world we must first by starting to treat with kindness and respect those in our society that will bring about this fresh future, the children. Only when their needs, desires, and curiosities are given the proper deference we would associate with a wise elder will we begin to approach a truly peaceful and voluntary society. Sure there will always be violence in a peaceful society as surely as there will always be death in amongst a vibrant rainforest. The key is not to feed the violent seed within each child.

Childhood Spanking and Corporal Punishment


“We expect kids to sit for hours and do what they are told to do, and if they can’t do it, nobody kindly say, ‘I see you’re restless, get up and play.’ They say, ‘You better go get tested for ADHD so we can put you on drugs…’” Peter Gray, PhD


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Public Schools and the Destruction of Unseen Achievements

Here is my most recent article published in the Daily Anarchist on government schools. When assessing whether something is moral or not, an important consideration is whether that thing is forced or voluntary. When the option is placing your children in a subpar government indoctrination camp that is “free” but paid for by extortion (taxation) or forfeiting your currency by extortion (taxation) and paying for a private school on top of that, which one do you think is the easiest choice for most parents? Nothing is free! If there are people working and resources being used there is a cost! We must discover what that cost is and whether it is voluntary or forced. Good ideas do not need force!


Chopping Block EducationPublic Schools and the Destruction of Unseen Achievements

I’ve concluded that genius is as common as dirt. We suppress genius because we haven’t yet figured out how to manage a population of educated men and women. The solution, I think, is simple and glorious. Let them manage themselves.

John Taylor Gatto

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Childhood Gift Giving and Property Rights

Hey guys,


I am quite proud to present to you a most beautiful 22-minute video by the brilliantly articulate Canadian Anarcho-Capitalist philosopher Stefan Molyneux. Here he discusses the enormous value in teaching kids, starting in childhood, about property rights and self-ownership. How can we fundamentally make the intellectual changes needed to bring about a society of peaceful and voluntary human beings when parents, as authority figures, constantly teach their children that their bodies are not their property, i.e. spanking, slapping, whipping etc, their freedom is not their property i.e. detention, time out, or grounding, and their possessions are not their property i.e. stealing or withholding them as a form of punishment?


Anyone who conducts an argument by appealing to authority is not using his intelligence; he is just using his memory.”

Leonardo Da Vinci


Children must understand the effect of their actions for themselves without parental coercion and punishment, which incidentally, sets the stage for a subservient and docile adult citizenry. Children are constantly reminded by their parents that their bodies and their possessions, although given as gifts, are not their own and that both can be readily taken away if they have done something to elicit anger or disapproval from their parents, the authority figures. When one unconditionally gives a gift to another person one does not expect anything in return, to do so would be more aptly described as a trade in which one person has defaulted on their contractual obligations. Unconditional gift giving implies the surrendering of all ties to that gift. This is true regardless if the gift is given to an adult or to a child. If the child wishes to destroy or vandalize their gift it is their property and they may do with it what they wish. Perhaps upon destroying the gift, it might not be replaced within a reasonable amount of time, but that is the consequence which the child must come to understand.


Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground, they want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters.”

Frederick Douglas


This unilateral coercive conditioning directly translates to our public school, universities, and adulthood. In our public schools there is a daily violation of our children’s sovereign inalienable rights when they are forced to go to an institution against their will, memorize information against their will, and are thereafter punished for refusing to comply. In universities one may argue “Well that is voluntary, isn’t it? I chose to go to a college or university.” Upon closer inspection here as well young adults are indirectly “forced” to attend as result of the all encompassing State regulation of a multitude of professions through their oppressive permits, certificates, and licensure. In order to attend they must pay the outrageously arbitrary tuition fees that far surpass any other inflation price increases in the market, as is only natural when an institution is State subsudized. If they cannot afford it they must accept loans, most often federal, and thereafter be secured as economic debt slaves. They must obey their professors and learn what is deemed necessary for them to learn, disapproval of which would result in an inability to graduate and receive the piece of paper with fancy calligraphical writing that signifies the conclusion of one’s indoctrination in the chosen State approved profession.


By adulthood it is clearly ingrained on a profound level that we are all slaves to the State, which is our master. The State owns 100% of our wages, an arbitrary 1/3 of which goes directly to the coffers of the State and the rest is given back to us a gift so that we may live. The State owns our homes and we are all temporary renters. Even those who proudly claim “I own my home because I paid off my mortgage.” The translation of this would be “I own my home because I paid off the immoral pretend loan plus the unjust usury that my financial institution created for me on the spot when I signed the contract, of which the financial institution offered no risky collateral and I assumed all the risk.” Thus even after decades of working to pay off this pretend loan, we are slapped in the face when we discover that, through property taxes we are STILL renting our “fully paid” homes to the State. Should we default on our property taxes the State will open up a can of fascism on us by moving to place a lien on our home, evict us, and foreclose on our “fully paid” home. Therefore if we do anything to anger or arouse the disapproval of the State or its minion law enforcers, the Police, our “property” will be duly confiscated i.e. wages, real estate, cars etc or our false right to “self-ownership” will be violated i.e. thrown into a cage, tortured etc.


No tendency is quite so strong in human nature as the desire to lay down rules of conduct for other people.” President William Howard Taft


There are a dwindling few places on Earth where human beings are allowed to be truly free. We are not free human beings. We are free-range chattel, that within the confines of the State we are allowed to choose our profession through which to better serve and increase our productivity to the mighty State.


Anarchists are the real hard-nosed realists. People who have this fixation on some ideal government, which isn’t fundamentally just a criminal gang with flags, are the starry eyed dreamers without a firm grasp on reality.”

Brad Spangler


All this indoctrination and conditioning would prove to be most onerous were it not for its early adoption in the family structure through the establishment that “I am the parent. I am in charge. You must obey me or you will suffer dire punishment.”  Incidentally many parents have the approach “When you live under my roof you obey my rules. Once you leave you can do as you like.” This is not altogether accurate either. Whether it is in the violent parenting family structure, forcefully obedient university setting, or rigidly conforming State setting there is always an authority one is expected to cower in unrelenting prostration. The expectation of obedience does not end. The State fundamentally relies on the groundwork of obedience laid by the violent parenting structure.


We do not have rights; rather we have privileges and immunities as granted us through the benevolent 14th amendment.


All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States

14th Amendment of the US Constitution


Pay careful attention to the wording, “privileges or immunities”. These are not the same as “rights”, which are inalienable, intrinsic, and sovereign. We are all born with rights, which cannot be granted nor revoked by any government. Privileges are just that, privileges by a higher power. They can be altered or revoked at a whim by those in power for any reason. The notion that we are immune from State obligations, services or taxation duties is farcical indeed in this post 9/11 world of the Patriot Act, NDAA, surveillance state, perpetual warfare, and 923 Obama executive orders. Understand the nature of your enslavement. Assert the sovereign rights we all possess and cower to no one!


Our wretched species is so made that those who walk on the well-trodden path always throw stones at those who are showing a new road.”



Therefore one of the best ways to create a society of well-informed people is by respecting the property rights and right to self-ownership of our children. When the young people grow up with a healthy sense of sovereignty and empowerment, they will accept the authority of no one who endeavors to trample and infringe upon those rights.




Wonderful! Check out this amazing 6 minute video on the contemptible religion we have all bought into known as Statism and how we can all be finally free of it. Just like any religion is fear and faith based. It requires our undisputable loyalty, without which it vanishes into the ether.


Whenever you find yourself in the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.”

Mark Twain



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