Property Rights Rankings in Canada | Police State U.S.A. | Table Tennis Champion Visits North Korea

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[audio:http://thestatelessman.jellycast.com/files/audio/The_Stateless_Man-2013-04-22.mp3|titles=The Stateless Man: Property Rights Rankings in Canada; Police State U.S.A.; Table Tennis Champion Visits North Korea]

Guests: Joseph Quesnel (3:43), Brad Jordan (38:40), Sarah Her-Lee (55:01).

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Perkins Reveals the Corporatocracy

Review: Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

As Jimmy Carter once said, “This war has been motivated by pride or arrogance, by a desire to control oil wealth, by a desire to implant our programs.” Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, by John Perkins, illustrates this concept perfectly.

With his own life story, Perkins connects the dots between U.S. policy and cronyism abroad. This “corporatocracy” generates privileges that undermine free enterprise and equality under the law.

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Big Brother China; Lifelong Learning; Withhold Support for the Cuban Regime?

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[audio:http://thestatelessman.jellycast.com/files/audio/The_Stateless_Man-2013-04-15.mp3|titles=The Stateless Man: Big Brother China; Lifelong Learning; Withhold Support for the Cuban Regime?]

Guests: Milton Mai (3:55), Jeff Johnston (24:10), Marianela Toledo (41:30).

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As Europe Centralizes Power, Catalonia Yearns to Break Free

“Catalunya no és Espanya.”

More than just a slogan, it’s become a rallying cry for the nearly 7.5 million Catalans who wish to demonstrate to the world that their culture, history, and language are far removed from the traditional concept of Spain.

As a recent visitor to the city of Barcelona—the capital of Catalonia—I deliberately took interest in the sentiment of separation because of the region’s similarities with my own birthplace, the Canadian province of Québec, which also hosts a vibrant independence movement.

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Stranded in American Samoa | the Valley of Longevity, Ecuador | Why Millennials Are so Ironic | Radical Unschooling

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[audio:http://thestatelessman.jellycast.com/files/audio/The_Stateless_Man-2013-04-08.mp3|titles=The Stateless Man: Stranded in American Samoa; the Valley of Longevity, Ecuador; Why Millennials Are so Ironic; Radical Unschooling]

Guests: Mikhail Sebastian (3:42), Jim Braman (23:50), Zachary Caceres (43:56), Dayna Martin (1:01:15).

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