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Our Coward Kings
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JayVee here, host of the podcast "Our Coward Kings" where we dive deep into abstract political and individualist philosophy from a voluntaryist perspective. Everything from world affairs and weird history, to cosmic consciousness and spirituality. We bring you the case for a truly free society.
 
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In todays quick episode (a rant) we go over a few of the fundamental problems of socialism as compared to the free market. Of course there isn't enough time in the world to dismantle the idea of total state ownership of the means of production, but Here's your super quick guide to some of the economic problems with socialism.…
 
Today is part 1 of a series, with the topic of looking at human liberty from a deeper perspective. Today JV goes over a few different topics ideas, issues that come up in these types of discussions, including things like free trade and the NAP. Enjoy!
 
In today's episode we will be going over the never ending compounding process of how the state grows, with the focus on so called "temporary programs" that come about during times of crises.
 
In today's controversial episode of Our Coward Kings we will be going over one of the biggest misconceptions in science and in knowledge in general. The idea that we always sit on the shoulders and see things more clearly than the previous age, and that this happens in a consistent step by step process... Do we Really? Why it's an incredibly fa ...…
 
In today's episode we discuss the benefits of automation, and how to the contrary of what most people think it creates jobs we never knew could exist! We also will be taking a look at if the benefits of automation and if it enhances or impoverishes us spiritually.
 
Today we will be revisiting the Non Aggression Principle (NAP) what it is, what it isn't, and why so many people supposedly accept this simple principle but do not draw it to its consistent conclusion.
 
In today's episode, we will be revisiting why taxation is theft as well as completely immoral and unnecessary.
 
In todays episode of Our Coward Kings we will be discussing the huge difference between natural law and man made law. With the intensity of the current culture war today, it is important to know our equality comes from our rights, and they are not granted by a state permission slip. Tune in for the clear understanding between the two heavily de ...…
 
Today we will be going over one of the most tangled and twisted topics of our time, money, and in a deeper way which you have probably never heard. What it actually is, its history and If it really is the root of all evil. It is important that we have a strong understanding of even the most basic aspect of how we operate as humans, for some rea ...…
 
Today's talk is on the book titled "War Is A Racket" by Smedley Butler. Butler was the highest ranking marine when he died in 1940, he left behind a book that exposes the horrors of war and the now dubbed "military industrial complex" and in this episode we dissect and analyze his courageous words.
 
Today we will dissect the anti-capitalist mentality as well as a few reasons why so many people are disposed to socialism even though it has wrecked every economy it has been tried in.
 
Today we will be discussing the left/right paradigm and why the two current views of the ideologies have no place in the history of ideas
 
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Our Coward Kings
 
Welcome to the first episode! Today we discuss the true meaning of a revolution and in particular the "classical liberal" revolutions of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
 
Today we will be discussing the left/right paradigm and why the two current views of the ideologies have no place in the history of ideas.
 
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Our Coward Kings
 
Welcome to the first episode! Today we discuss the true meaning of a revolution and in particular the "classical liberal" revolutions of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
 
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