Seeds of Liberty Podcast Episode 100: Return of the Soul Patch


Please enjoy this recent episode of the Seeds of Liberty Podcast. For this, the 100th episode, we were joined by our former co-host, Danilo Cuellar. Herein we discussed Danilo’s videos, crutch words vs. silence, how libertarianism is the best expression of love, recreational McNukes, action vs. theory, delusional victims of communism, Danilo’s recent guests. Trump related PTSD, rewriting Anatomy of the State for 6th graders, mocking LaBeouf, Andrei officially becoming a permanent member of SOL, divine Davespirations, and more!


The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.

Albert Camus


Seeds of Liberty Podcast Episode 100: Return of the Soul Patch – Steemit

Dave Painter: Voluntaryist, Abolitionist, and Co-Founder of Seeds of Liberty Podcast

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Dave Painter. Herein we discuss Crony Capitalism is Crony Lovemaking, Fascism, protectionism of corporate special interests, allow mega corporations to compete in the Free Market without protectionism, economic freedom is gone, government equals civilization non-sequitur, labor theory of value, the robots are stealing my jobs fallacy, the market solves problems every day, substitution, nepotism, body cameras on the car-jackers, greed is a collectivist term, with government there is no freedom to dissociate, politicians are sociopathic parasites, Obama worships the Federal Reserve, exposing the metaphorical gun in the room, the peaceful method always trumps violence, critical thinking is not taught in school, 7 billion “governments”, war is the health of the State, belief in authority, confirmation bias, Voluntaryism is philosophy of humility, the Trump wall, question everything, everything is imported, Voluntaryists are porcupines, anarchism without hyphens, human action and more!




The curious task of economics is to demonstrate to men how little they really know about what they imagine they can design.

Friedrich August von Hayek