Fri, 4 March 2016
This episode was sparked by a couple of different forces that came together at just the right moment. The first was a discussion surrounding my recent comments about doing "bad things to bad people". The question was, "Who are the bad people and how do you rationalize a desire to hurt people with the ideas of peace and tolerance."
The second was an article I read today about a group of students at the University of Pittsburgh who claimed speaker Milo Yiannopoulos was initiating violence against them by challenging their beliefs and making fun of them.
So what does it mean to be tolerant? What does it mean to be peaceful? These are important questions we need to answer as libertarians. Does it mean we must be pacifists? Does it mean we should not disagree? I think you already know my answer, but I take some time today to explain it in detail.
I also make a special call to all you listeners out there who want to learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones so make sure you listen to that.
Then we roll over into some discussions about the Republican debate, Mitt Romney's plan to steal the nomination from Trump and how one agency of the government is wasting billions of your dollars and has no plans to change.
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