For those of us who love liberty and freedom, who believe that each person owns himself, who hold the idea that a person can do whatever he wishes with his life and property as long as he does not infringe on the rights of another person or his property, we find ourselves beset on all sides by a State that is oppressive of our rights and the most violent and consistent aggressor against life and property.

The State, media, and government run schools are all working to teach our children a near blind obedience to government and its agents.

In an effort to combat all the State propaganda and ensure my children receive a more enlightened education, I began recording short podcast type lessons for them. The lessons are all designed to be about 5 minutes long and to teach the ideas of liberty in a language they can understand.

I'm posting these lessons online so that others who might find them useful can share them with their own children.


Saturday, December 28, 2013

The 4th Amendment Explained

An explanation of the 4th Amendment and the ideas of search and seizure, warrants, and probable cause.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Statism is the national religion.

One of the principles we all learn about America is that the government is not supposed to interfere with religion. Since the government isn't allowed to interfere with religion, it has created it's own religion, called Statism. Statism is the tool the government uses to trick the people into worshiping the state. It is the belief by the people that the State can keep them safe, provide for them, and create a righteous society for them. Statism is a very clever scheme created by the government. Most people learn to worship the State but are totally unaware of it.
Public schools, which are run by the government, are the place where people learn to worship the State. Because people grow up learning Statism from the time they enter kindergarten, it just seems like it is a natural and normal part of life. A catechism (pronounced cat-a-kism)is the method used to teach people about the Christian religion. Public schools are where the catechism of Statism is taught. It's where people learn to pledge allegiance to the flag, learn to stand when the American flag is presented, learn to respectfully place their hand over their heart when reciting the pledge, learn to sing the national anthem, where people are taught that soldiers are heroes, that America is "number 1," that you should obey all of government's rules, that taxes are good, and that police are your friend. Often there are pictures of political leaders on the walls in classes, just like there would be pictures of religious people in a church. There are civics courses taught where people learn to be good American citizens. Children are taught about the national idols such as the Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore. Holidays are celebrated that teach the greatness of the State such as Flag Day and President's Day.
After 13 years of education in a government run school, is it any surprise to you that most Americans worship the State like Christians worship Jesus and Muslims revere Mohammad? The difference is that when people go to church, they are aware they are learning about religion, and they are making the choice to do so. When people learn Statism, they are doing so because they are forced to and without even knowing they are being taught to revere the State as a god.

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Obey your inner voice

We all have an inner voice that nudges us to do the right thing. Our conscience is what tells us to stand up for a kid being bullied. It's what makes us feel bad when we cheat on a test. Mr. Einstein is telling us to listen to and obey that voice, even if the State, or government, tells us to do the opposite.

Some cities have laws that make it illegal to feed homeless people on the streets. If you saw a hungry person who live on the streets and had no way to feed himself, would you follow what you conscience tells you is the right thing to do and feed this person, or would you obey the State's law and let him go hungry?

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Cop Blocking and Police Intimidation

Hear about my recent experience cop blocking and what we can learn from it.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

American Exceptionalism

A comparison of how Americans responded to a shooting in a Colorado high school and a drone attack in Yemen.

Saturday, December 14, 2013

When fibbing is better than honesty

Good people know that honesty is a good character trait, and lying is bad. But there are times when lying can be better than telling the truth.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

The Failure of Checks and Balances

Learn how the system of check and balances created by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution has failed, and what can you do about it.

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Simon Glik takes on the Boston Police...And Wins!

Find out why an incident between Simon Glik and the Boston Police is important to anyone wanting to hold the police accountable for their violent actions.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Republicans vs. Democrats vs. You

The two biggest political parties in America are the Republicans and Democrats. They pretend to be opposites of each other, like black and white, or night and day. But that's mainly just an act. For example, republicans are known to be in favor of a big military and war, and the democrats are known to be anti-war. But president Obama is a democrat and has started several new wars since becoming president. Democrats are known to spend lots of government money and the republicans are known to be against government spending, but president Bush was a republican who spent billions of dollars on war and the military. They talk like they are opposite of each other, but in all the areas that really matter, they are just the same. What this cartoon tries to illustrate for you is the fact that although people(represented by the sheep) get very enthusiastic about voting for "their side," the two sides are really the same. No matter if the sheep elect a lion or a wolf, they are going to be in trouble. Either way, they have to be worried about being eaten for dinner. It's the same for us. No matter if a republican or democrat are elected, we have to worry about how much of our money they are going to steal and how many of our freedoms they are going to make illegal.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Teen Has Business Shut Down By Government Agents

A follow up to yesterday's lesson showing a real life example of how government force destroys business.

Monday, November 25, 2013

Government is the enemy of business

Learn how government can interfere with your babysitting, lawn mowing, snow shoveling, or lemonade business.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

I pledge allegiance to myself

You owe loyalty and faithfulness to your own happiness, well-being, life, and liberty, not to a flag, a government, or a country. Don't look to the State to provide for you and give you a purpose in life. Find your own purpose and your own way.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Why did 9/11 Happen?

How the Government Uses Propaganda

How the State Gets Its Money

Government Run Monopolies

The State's Powers are Limited

Reasons why you shouldn't vote

Problems with Democracies

Bread and Circus

The Source of Our Freedom

Involuntary Servitude

The Proper Role of Government