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Ben Stone with Jeff Berwick on Anarchast

August 10, 2014

Jeff interviews Ben Stone; the Bad Quaker, topics include: using politics to achieve goals is flawed, government holds back innovation and wealth, organised religion gets in the way of true spirituallity, the roots of Quakerism, the Quakers vs the Puritans, building your own 'brand' lends credibility to the message, government and state are two different things, life and freedom on the road.

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TDV Week in Review: August 10th, 2014

August 10, 2014

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Monday August 4

EBOLA IS COMING FOR YOU - BUT DON'T WORRY, THE GOVERNMENT HAS THE SERUM!

Jeff Berwick with a TDV look at Ebola.

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Video: Jeff Berwick on Elicit Talk with Ellisa Hawke

August 9, 2014
Enlightening interview with Jeff Berwick, anarchocapitalist, voluntarist, open, brave and brilliant! How and why Jeff woke up, and how it has improved his life to walk his true path.  

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The New World Order: An Open-Source Civilization Of 3D-Printed Medicines & Crowdsourced Taxation

August 8, 2014

[The following post written by TDV Head Researcher, Justin O'Connell]

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Only Libertarians Can Stop War Now That the Left is Pro-War

August 7, 2014

[The following post written by TDV Senior Editor, Ed Bugos]

According to Justin Raimondo, the antiwar opposition from the left side of the left/right paradigm has collapsed, leaving the only opposition to the war machine solely in the hands of those who consider themselves to be libertarians... Today, if you want to oppose war, you have to adopt the libertarian/anarchist philosophy!

The so-called left has a problem with opposing war, according to Raimondo.

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Bitcoin Is A Revolution All Of Us Must Support

August 6, 2014

[Following post written by TDV Contributor, David Seaman]

Yesterday, President Obama stated that “we tortured some folks” in the aftermath of 9/11. Later in the day, he expressed his full confidence in his CIA Director, a man several pundits have pointed out was supportive of such torture during the Bush administration.

Obama pointed out that torture is against our “values”.

No.

A long wait at the grocery store is against our values.

Abduction and torture without trial, on the other hand, is illegal.

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The Walls Are Crumbling Down Around 9/11 - Why?

August 5, 2014

[Editor's Note: The following post is by TDV Editor-in-Chief, Jeff Berwick]

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Ebola Is Coming For You - But Don't Worry, The Government Has The Serum!

August 4, 2014

[Editor's Note: The following post is by TDV Editor-in-Chief, Jeff Berwick]

Excuse us if we are a little bit cynical here at The Dollar Vigilante Blog.  But, we are exhausted after panicking about AIDS, SARS, bird flu, swine flu, illegal immigrants (as though a human being can be "illegal"... but don't get us started) with head lice, scabies, tuberculosis and terrorists and muslims.

So, is this Ebola "crisis" real?  It could be.  Do we trust what the government or mainstream media says? Never.

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This Celebrity Rapper Owes The Feds $6 Million & Predicts "Age Of Bitcoin" - TDV Week in Review: August 3rd, 2014

August 3, 2014

Hip-hop heavyweight Nas has made headlines recently touring on the twentieth anniversary of his debut album, "Illmatic," undeniably one of the classic hip hop records of all time.

Hip hop isn't Nas's sole endeavor. As the founder of the venture capital firm Queensbridge Venture Partners, Nas - whose full name is Nasir Jones - has invested in disruptive technologies like ride sharing startup Lyft, mobile laundry service Washio and e-commerce platform Fancy.

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Love and Fear - The Weekend Vigilante August 3, 2014

August 3, 2014

Hello from Anarchapulco,

Well, I fell off, or on, the wagon, alcohol-wise, depending on how you look at life just recently.  But I think after what I am about to write you may understand why I might want to have a drink from time to time or at least understand a bit more of what I am going through.  This is a long entry, by the way, I've been storing up a lot of this for a while so grab a coffee, tea, mineral water, scotch or whatever beverage suits you at the moment.

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