The guys witness Joe Biden being the presumptive Democratic Party nominee for president as well as the coronavirus panic. They also review Avenue 5.

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  • So, the short version is, I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease when I was 18 years old. That’s kind of a big blow to a recent high school graduate with her whole life ahead of her. My inclinations, even at the time, were toward liberty, but they’ve  since developed into full-blown Anarcho-capitalism. These two facts make life for me fairly difficult as I’d like to be as “off the grid” and self-sufficient as possible, but the healthcare market being what it is, I feel impossibly tethered by health insurance and expensive, specialized doctors. It totally and completely sucks. So my question is, are there any other chronically ill liberty lovers out there, and if so, how do you deal with this in a liberty-minded way? Or feel free to just bitch about how much of a hassle the ACA has made things, or whatever.

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  • I’ve been doing some searching… research on the topic of how libertarians (in general) and anarcho-capitalists (specifically) may approach the issue of mass-scale health threats, such as Ebola. I’ve not found much; therefore, I would love to hear any discussion or ideas from my fellow liberty lovers. How might an anarcho-capitalist world handle outbreaks, such as the Ebola virus? One rather simplistic idea is to create a bounty that everyone could contribute to, in order to raise funds which would pay the individual(s)/group(s) who can provide a cure… as well as funds to provide for research costs. I won’t go into the details of this approach, but if you have anything to add, please do so. Otherwise, I’d appreciate other creative ideas and approaches to this serious topic. Thanks!

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