I Was Wrong! Why is that so difficult to say?

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In this video, I discuss how I frequently admit when I was wrong about something and find it interesting that others have difficulty with this.


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Words Without Action – A Cult of Death

In this video I talk about actions vs words and how to properly focus on what matters. Often times I’ve found that in any “movements” (group thinking, heard-like mentality from cults of action/death) there will be blatant contradictions and fallacies within the movements.

One of the most obvious and commonly used fallacies within any movement is the argumentum ad populum, the logical fallacy most groups come to be guilty of through contradictory axioms which are revealed through false rhetoric and measuring ones works over their words.

We’ll take a section from Wikipedia (not something I’m condoning or deeming as ultimate truth, it’s just a useful link for general information) for a good general idea of what this logical fallacy is:

In argumentation theory, an argumentum ad populum (Latin for “argument to the people”) is a fallacious argument that concludes that a proposition must be true because many or most people believe it, often concisely encapsulated as: “If many believe so, it is so.”

This type of argument is known by several names,[1] including appeal to the masses, appeal to belief, appeal to the majority, appeal to democracy, appeal to popularity, argument by consensus, consensus fallacy, authority of the many, bandwagon fallacy, vox populi,[2] and in Latin as argumentum ad numerum (“appeal to the number”), fickle crowd syndrome, and consensus gentium (“agreement of the clans”). It is also the basis of a number of social phenomena, including communal reinforcement and the bandwagon effect. The Chinese proverb “three men make a tiger” concerns the same idea.

This fallacy is similar in structure to certain other fallacies that involve a confusion between the justification of a belief and its widespread acceptance by a given group of people. When an argument uses the appeal to the beliefs of a group of experts, it takes on the form of an appeal to authority; if the appeal is to the beliefs of a group of respected elders or the members of one’s community over a long period of time, then it takes on the form of an appeal to tradition.

Fiction, flattering titles, and mans legal matrix of nations, governments and legalism are the bars on the cage we’ve collectively created and accepted in our lives (myself included). Although we can spend time describing all the decorations of this prison an dress up our variations of pleading with evil we are extremely ineffective at changing the conditions for the better.

Exiting the matrix is often a struggle that entrenches one worse than they started out. Leaving them maimed and scorned against the unwavering, immutable effects which have been caused by mans ignorance and apathy toward Nature and it’s laws.


(The Brain is not meant to be a complete model of anything and is an ongoing work in which I store my thoughts and notes. Nothing in the brain should be taken as truth or my attempt to reveal truth. It’s simply a note taking space)


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Living Under Voluntary Duress?


In this video I discuss a comment that was made on my Voluntary Slaves post.

The comment is quoted below:

“I still don’t see the contradictions in “voluntaryism”. I see how we always have choices whether to comply or not, but I don’t see how advocating against monopolistic mindsets is contradictory. There is a belief system that monopoly powers are good for society (commonly called “statism”); there is a belief system in the opposite, that such powers shouldn’t be assumed or supported by anyone… and “voluntaryism” is a good word for that.”

Episode 006 – featuring Adam Kokesh. Peace, Love, and Screw the Government

Welcome to the sixth episode of the Liberty Lifestyle Podcast. Episode 006 – featuring Adam Kokesh. “Peace, Love, and Screw the Government.”


In this episode Tyler sits down with Adam Kokesh of Adam tells us about his journey up to this point. Including his experience of serving in the Iraq war and his profound realizations since that time.

Tyler and Adam then discuss what he is working on now. This includes Adams campaign for “Not President” in 2020, the Taxation Is Theft tour, and solutions toward Decentralization and Localizing systems of government that do not serve us by altering and/or abolishing these systems.

Although we support all efforts to decentralize and localize, including grassroots and bottom up efforts, we also support Adams interesting approach and what he feels is a very powerful way to get the message of Liberty to more people.

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– Show Notes

The Freedom Line

Kokesh For Not Presdent

Activists Under Fire

Iraq Veterans Against the War

Adam’s Civil Disobedience:

Taxation Is Theft Tour – #KokeshForNotPresident

2018 Libertarian National Convention

– Guest Links

The Freedom Line

Kokesh For Not Presdent

Activists Under Fire

– Music

– The Fu**ed Up Beat – 08 Woonsocket Sightings The Third Industrial Revolution As Told Through Her Last MRI

– Pakapi Records el zombi flash Invasin Gorila vol2 Resiste el zombi flash – 02 – Nao se deixe enganar instinto animal

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Episode 002 – Liberty Lifestyle featuring Danilo Cuellar

Welcome To The Second Episode of Liberty Lifestyle


In this episode Tyler sits down with Danilo Cuellar of to discuss Danilo’s path to Anarchism, to understanding economics, Peaceful Parenting, Unschooling, and other valuable topics.

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– Show Notes

Danilo’s work can be found on where he focuses on many areas such as Voluntaryism, Agorism, Precious Metals, Anarcho-Capitalism, Austrian Macro-economics, Statism, The Federal Reserve, Libertarianism and more.
Show Opens
(3m 30Sec)The Case For The 100% Gold Dollar – Murray N. Rothbard

What Has Government Done to Our Money?

Anatomy of the State

Larken Rose – The Most Dangerous Superstition

(4m) Voluntary Virtues Network

(5m 20Sec) Tao Te Ching
(10m30sec) The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve

(10m 35sec) Murray Rothbard

The Case for a 100 Percent Gold Dollar

What Has Government Done to Our Money?

Anatomy of the State

(10m 40sec)The Most Dangerous Superstition – Larken Rose

(11m 50sec) The Conscious Resistance Network

(12m 23sec) Seeds Of Liberty

(13m 30sec) Unschooling

Radical Unschooling

(24m 24sec) Free Market

Free society

(30m 30Sec) Rich Dad Poor Dad – written by Robert Kiyosaki
(31m 15sec) Alan Greenspan

(32m 13sec) Economics In One Lesson – Henry Hazlitt

(32m 20sec) Inclined to Liberty: Louis E. Carabini

(32m 40sec) Amanda Billyrock economics in one lesson

(34m) The Broken Windo Fallacy

(37m) Secrets of the federal reserve – Eustace Mullins
(37m 30Sec) Rules Are Discovered Not Created – Danilo Cuellar

(38m) CryptoCurrency

(46m) Mike Maloney

(48m 45sec) Mike Maloney –

(show ends) Danilo Cuellar 2008- Liszt Un Sospiro

– Additional Resources

Danilo Video Blogs

LIBERTY HANGOUT PODCAST: Episode #3- interview w/ Danilo Cuellar

Jessica Pavoni interviews Danilo Cuellar about Voluntaryism, Peaceful Parenting, and Unschooling

Danilo Cuellar interviewed by Nick Hazelton on Anarcho Yakitalist Podcast Part I

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Episode 001 – Liberty Lifestyle featuring Skyler J. Collins

Welcome To The Premiere Episode of  Liberty Lifestyle


Today, Tyler sits down with Skyler J. Collins of to discuss Skylers path to Voluntaryism as well as many other topics in regards to Liberty.

About: was established in November 2011 by the editor, Skyler J. Collins. EVC is dedicated to promoting several philosophies consistent with the voluntary principle, that all human relations should happen voluntarily, or not at all. These philosophies cover politics, economics, education, and parenting. The following primers will introduce these philosophies: Voluntaryism, Free Markets / Agorism, Radical Unschooling, Peaceful Parenting

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Show Opens

(01m) Voluntaryism

(01m) Walter Williams

(01m) Thomas Sole

(03m) Economics For The Citizen by Walter Williams

Murray Rothbard

Ludwig von Mises

Hans-Hermann Hoppe

Walter Block

Tom Woods

Robert P. Murphy

Lew Rockwell

Alfie Kohn

(14m) Thomas Jeferson Education

(14m) The Ultimate History Lesson: A Weekend with John Taylor Gatto (Hour 4 of 5)

(23m) Toward a Free Society

(31m) Agorism

(42m) Freedom Cells – Networks For A Free Society

(42m) Unschooling

Radical Unschooling

(43m) John Holt

(53m) Alice Miller

The Body Never Lies: The Lingering Effects of Hurtful Parenting also viewed – Alice Miller

(55m) Prussian education system

Horace Mann

(56m) The Non-Aggression Principle

(59m) Search Results for: peaceful parenting

(1h2m) Is God a Moral Monster?: Making Sense of the Old Testament God – Paul Copan

(1h5m) Anarcho-capitalism

Voluntaryism vs. Anarcho-Capitalism

Anarcho-Capitalism and Economic Development

(1h 11m) Jurisdiction

(1h24m) Taxation Is Theft

Marc Stevens

– Additional Resources

Episode 060 – Skyler Interviewed on the No State Project

Skyler Interviewed on Anarchist Standard

Skyler Collins on “For the Love of Learning” Internet Show

Skyler J. Collins: Unschooling Father, Author, and Founder of – Seeds of Liberty Podcast

Guest Links

Everything Voluntary

EVC Patreon