Mary J Ruwart – Author of Healing Our World, The Compassion of Libertarianism

Please enjoy my recent conversation Mary J Ruwart author of Healing Our World: The Compassion of Libertarianism. Herein we discussed spreading Voluntaryism gently, restitution vs retribution, The Not So Wild Wild West, the price of a murder, private prisons vs public prisons, the State is one giant broken window fallacy, the root of modern poverty, lack of economic freedom, battered citizen syndrome, love thy neighbor, Dale Brown, Detroit Threat Management Center, Economics in One Lesson, good intentions are insufficient, love is the answer, planting the seeds from which we will not enjoy the shade, Gret Glyer, Donor See, Death by Regulation, American thalidomide tragedy, folic acid censorship, rising cost of healthcare, Food Inc, Foodmatters, John Moody, Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund and more!


“Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.” – Voltaire


“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead


Related Links:

Mary Ruwart website

Healing Our World – book

Healing Our World: The Compassion of Libertarianism

Short Answers To The Tough Questions – book

Short Answers to the Tough Questions

Death by Regulation: How We Were Robbed – book

Mary J Ruwart – personal Facebook profile

Mary J Ruwart – Facebook page


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Dale Brown, Detroit Threat Management Center

Dale Brown: Founder of VIPERS Detroit Threat Management Center, Private Security Agency

Gret Glyer, Donor See

Gret Glyer: Entrepreneur and Founder of DonorSee

John Moody, Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund

John Moody: Food Freedom Activist and Executive Director of Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund


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The Not So Wild Wild West

John Stossel – Regulated To Death

John Stossel – Government Vs Entrepreneurs

John Stossel – Lemonade Stands

Economics in One Lesson

Food Inc




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Mary J Ruwart – Author of Healing Our World, The Compassion of Libertarianism – Steemit

Voluntaryism Is The Love For Humanity


As an individual I recognize that there are distinct groups of people including races, genders, creeds, ethnicities, religions, socioeconomic statuses etc. As a Voluntaryist these classifications are meaningless since I treat all people with their due respect and dignity. It is not the groups one ascribes to that determines their due respect but the rather the actions taken by that individual.


There are groups that one is born into involuntarily. This is as a result of no particular individual action and deserves no particular merit. It is not something to be proud of nor ashamed of. This includes nationality, religion, race, gender, ethnicity, creed, inherited wealth etc. These are just as beyond our control as is the color of our eyes, the color of our hair, or the propensity to develop certain illnesses due to family history. No intelligent human being would assign any importance to these attributes.


Then there are groups that one joins due entirely to one’s dedication and particular individual action, taken in totality these are what further define the nature and character of the individual. These are the direct results of particular effort and action taken by the individual. Examples of this include book club, chess club, music club etc. By these groups the individual can, more or less, be judged. However even still final judgement ought to be suspended until a frank discussion with the individual occurs. Every man deserves the ability to explain the motive behind his actions and those he willingly associates with before final judgement is rendered. In this manner, rash conclusions and hasty generalizations must be avoided at all costs. Every human being deserves his due respect and dignity until his actions dictate otherwise.


As a Voluntaryist my love and compassion extends to the totality of the human race. I make no preference or distinction towards any one group of people. We do not have women’s problems, black problems, rich problems, poor problems, Islamic problems, Christian problems, Hispanic problems, Mexican problems, Korean problems, or Russian problems. We have human problems because we are all human beings! Recognize your common heritage with your fellow human being. This is the source of true prosperity and peace.


There is all the difference in the world between treating people equally and attempting to make them equal.

Friedrich Hayek




Voluntaryism Is The Love For Humanity – Steemit

Anarchy In One Paragraph

The Rebel Army, Peace and Love

Anarchy is not a political stance. It is an apolitical stance. It is lived and experienced by gentle, kind, compassionate, and loving human beings. It is transmitted through hearty laughter, affectionate words, mind-blowing conversation, flirtatious glances, children contently playing, and random acts of kindness. Wherever there are voluntary consensual interactions between peaceful people, there is Anarchy. It has the power to move mountains and change the course of history.


Why Anarchy, because anything less is uncivilized.

Jeffrey Tucker, American economics writer

How To Improve The World

It costs $0.00 to be a Decent Human Being

How does one change and improve the world? It is not necessary to invent outrageous things like cars, air conditioning, smart phones, computers, shoes, Google, or the Internet to effectively improve the world. Most people will never invent such magnificent things but that does not mean we are impotent to improve the world in our own little way. Many times all that is required to bring about positive change is to tell a joke, get somebody to laugh, give a hug, lend a compassionate ear to another person’s problems, spend quality time with another person, raise your kids to be gentle, compassionate, kind, and loving human beings. It costs $0.00 to be a decent person.

Anarchy Is Love

Anarchy is the epitome of love, kindness, charity, empathy, and compassion. It is all these things because they are all done voluntarily. The best things in life are done voluntarily. Forced love is rape. Forced charity is a mugging. Forced compliance is slavery. When one is coerced into obedience by the threat of violent punishment all virtue dissipates and the transaction degenerates into that of a common thief and his victim. To live one’s life and interact with others based on force and coercion is to be empty and spiritually alone.


Anarchy Is For Lovers

All things we value in our lives arise from voluntary associations and dissociations. These include who we choose to date, where we choose to live, what we choose to eat, what we choose to wear, what profession we choose to study, what we choose to learn, what time we choose wake in the morning and sleep at night. The extent that we are able to decide how to lead our lives is the extent to which true freedom and happiness exists in each of us.



How To Change the World With Love Cartoon(1)

Anarchy is to be celebrated in all its manifestations. Anarchy is the default state of humanity, not centrally planned regimes. This may be proven by witnessing the monumental technological achievements that have lifted humanity out of crippling poverty and near starvation. This is testament to the massive skill of man’s ingenuity, creativity, and imagination. All this was achieved without guns, violence, laws, regulations, and taxation. All this was achieved not because of “government” but in spite of it.



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It is the measure of the state’s success that the word ‘anarchy’ frightens people and the word ‘state’ does not.

Joseph Sobran