Premier Broadcast: Freedom Through Your Own Thinking

So often, flawed thinking gets in the way of us living the lives we want, but how does our thinking trap us? The premier broadcast of The Stateless Man, a pro-liberty show on the Overseas Radio Network, addresses just that question.

Glenn Cripe (pictured left), founder of the Language of Liberty Institute, joined me as we digested the perspectives of Harry Browne and his book, How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World. (For those short on time, here is a tight summary.) Although passed away now, Browne was an inspirational libertarian thinker and twice the Libertarian party’s nominee for president, in 1996 and 2000.

Click below to hear the first hour of the program (41 minutes, with news breaks and ads edited out—mp3).

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Here is a clip an attendee prepared at LLI’s 2009 liberty-camps, including the one I taught at in Poland. That’s me in the Free State Project shirt, although I don’t know where it has got to these days.

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