The guys witness people’s defiance of the stay-at-home orders and the different states’ approaches to reopening.

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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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  • People of the early colonies were “subjects” until the Declaration of Independence and the revolutionary war.  The claim is at that time “the people” through off the rule of the king and became sovereign.  After forming a Confereration, there is something missing in the explanation of how states got “created” and then without any mention of a delegation of the authority for the creation of more states (corporations) the United States (the corporation) just appears out of thin air.  I am hoping that some of you who have little use for “states” or “statism” can help clear this up

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