Do Libertarians Really NEED Guns? – Freedom Feens live radio archive


Davi Barker and Michael W. Dean tackle that age-old question. They also wonder aloud “Why do so many atheist anarchists love to worship great men? Especially such flawed great men?” Also: living in a nice neighborhood and saying “No one needs self-defense” is basically saying “Let them eat liberty.”


Rack-mount cat proofing. Whee!:

cat proofing for rack mount

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14 Responses to Do Libertarians Really NEED Guns? – Freedom Feens live radio archive

  1. ikefeen says:

    Moly’s ego is like an inflated balloon. The more helium the faster it rises, and it’s pretty high right now. But it’s on it’s way to popping as it reaches it’s maximum internal pressure the high up in the sky. When he thinks he’s above correction (the internet cannot correct me) and he straight up lies, it’s over at least until he apologizes. What a douche.

  2. ikefeen says:

    I am considering getting an anarchist tattoo, as my first tattoo. As I’m sure many of you will relate, we will never go back to statism as our anarchistic understanding is founded on logic, evidence and the NAP. Any ideas? I’m considering a thin lined circle A, with the horizontal line being formed by a blank and yellow handshake. I would also like to have some semblance of spontaneous order involved, maybe have the circle A inside a snowflake or have plants growing up through and forming the circle A. It will be on my right shoulder.

    These are the elements I am considering. I’m not sure If I will use all of them. I’m leaning toward a blue snowflake encompassing and wrapping around the shoulder on all sides with the circle A in the middle. Thoughts?

    • Gretchen says:

      IMHO tattoos are pretty personal. Explore why you want certain elements, trust your instincts, choose a stellar artist, and get it done!

      You’ll also want to consider how large you want it and the placement (although the artist should help guide you regarding those points). More details for instance will require a larger piece.

      Good luck!

  3. MichaelWDean says:

    Dennis New has a man-crush on Moly (and on Cantwell). You can give Dennis all the evidence in the world and he comes back week after week, episode after episode and says “but but but but…..!”

    I don’t have time to educate the ignorant and/or stubborn one by one.

    Or Dennis just likes to fight. If that’s the case, I’m blocking him. I ain’t got time for that shit. I don’t mind critique, but Dennis New has a hard-on for telling me I’m wrong, going on months now.

    Moly would have blocked Dennis months ago if he pulled shit like this on Moly’s site. I’ve more patient than Moly.


  4. Gretchen says:

    Computer use has influenced me enough that periodically when I make a mistake in the ‘real world’ my brain automatically says, “$&!*! Edit, undo! Edit, undoooooo!”

    Re: Getting on more stations – do you have a brief list of answers to questions that stations usually ask when you solicit them?

    Re: Self Defense – I know how to use my hands/arms/feet/legs better than any external weapon so I’m going with that for now. 🙂 And sometimes self preservation may mean allowing an attacker to take your stuff. You just have to trust your instincts and know where your line is. (IMHO)

    I recall that FDR show that you played the clip from and also raised my eyebrows. I remember thinking, man, he’s had a sheltered life!

    Re: Geriatric meowsies – you may be surprised. I’ve been putting my old girl preemptively in the grave for the last 3 years or so. She’s 18 and almost everyday I expect to come home and find her ‘expired.’ She continues to rally.

    Good show!

  5. MichaelWDean says:

    So Molyneux, a man who preaches consistency in ethical beliefs, is inconsistent.

  6. Mark says:

    I would bet that Obama does have a war app on his phone. It’s called “War Weren’t Declared!”

  7. Darwin Smith says:

    People slavishly devoted to ‘great men’ should clue in to the stuff MWD, Neema and Ben Quaker turned me on to. Send ’em to Bad Quaker – The Broken Window Fallacy and the Great Man Theory and watch ’em realize that nobody can be your high priest of liberty.

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