As peaceful parents, we hope to avoid punishing our kids in order to “teach them a lesson.” But what about times where we simply have to intervene in order to keep our kids and others safe? Will our kids learn to respect others if we try to help them learn without punishments? What are some ways we can help our kids see how their behavior is affecting others? Join Taylor and James as they talk about their experiences helping kids through these challenging times.


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Rodger is a long-time libertarian activist, the founder of PaxLibertas Productions, host of The LAVA Flow podcast, Vice Chairman of the NHLP, Regional Captain for the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence and former Chairman and Secretary of the Libertarian Party of Arkansas. Rodger has also served on the national Libertarian Party Judicial Committee.


  • Hi Everyone! I’ve already posted this in Cryptoanarchy, but figured I’d repost here in case there’s not as much overlap between the groups as I assumed. Throughout the course of my education in how to write real software, I’ve been frustrated at the apparent lack of information on how to build peer to peer networks from formal MOOC sources like Coursera and Udacity. Does anyone have experience with any good resources and/or tutorials that really make a point of doing their best to help you learn everything there is to know about building P2P networks? Any courses I may have overlooked?

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  • Most of the time when I am looking for a documentary’s most are very left leaning so I think we should start a list of documentary’s on for libertarians and anarchists. I will start with 2 I am aware of   Terms and conditions may apply A documentary made about the hidden dangers in the terms and conditions of most software.   Libertopia A documentary made about the Free State Project.     I hope to see this list expand with many helpful and informative documentary’s.

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  • Anyone out there able to recommend good reads for young kids (up to 5 or 6) with libertarian themes?.

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  • I currently have a 3 and 1 year old. I have been at ends searching for liberty minded books to read to them. Does anyone have any suggestions. I also teach school ages so please feel free to throw in books for older children.

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  • I’m debating, a jack-ass who is saying that the “law” gives you rights. Its insured by the Constitution. His view is: “The point is that you have rights because the laws of the country you live in say you do.” I want to shove my foot up this persons ass so bad. Its like talking to a broken record! The Constitution does not ensure anything. Its basically a guideline. And I prove this in the fact that the US Gov. takes away peoples rights. Which means that the document of the Constitution is meaningless. Because, the government doesn’t CARE about violating people rights. So I ask you all, Is a right a “law?” Are rights established through laws? Or are we already born with those rights? HE is trying to make it sound as if there were NO Constitution, we would have no rights! Please dont tell me that’s true guys. I even asked him, Do people in other countries who dont have a Constitution have rights? And of course…. he did not answer. Its like he is not listening to me at all. He is just parroting.

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