When you were growing up, at some point in your life I can almost guarantee your parents said “we don’t hit people,” “don’t take that from him,” and “leave him alone.” Neither you nor your parents knew it, but for the very first time you were being exposed to the idea of voluntaryism, the notion that all human interaction should be voluntary and without coercion. Sure, that’s a simple-enough concept to grasp and it’s true that almost 100% of adults of sound mind would agree to it. However the tricky part comes when you begin to explore the logical conclusions of this simple philosophy. Are we truly prepared to embrace peace and voluntary human interaction, even when these concepts take us to uncomfortable yet undeniable truths? Listen up and find out!
Libertarians On Fire, with Rick Rivers