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Interview with Ben Lowrey – Cooperative Communities, Corporatism, Liberty Movement

Many thanks to Ben Lowrey for inviting me to come onto his program. We had a lovely discussion over cooperative communities, corporatism vs. the free market, the harm of the Drug War, and world events to come that will impact the liberty movement. Thank you Ben! Tweet

A Tribute to Tim Kretzmann, Father & Inspiration

A tribute to Tim Kretzmann; my wonderful father, soul friend, and inspiration. I am eternally grateful for the opportunity to share a portion of our lives together on this earth, and will to the best of my abilities continue his legacy of love, boundless joy, and selfless service. Fry free, sweet soul. In Spirit we [...]

Locavorism: A Passing Trend or Lasting Benefit?

I had never heard the term “locavore” before coming to Berea College in 2010. I have been interested in localism and sustainability for quite some time, but I didn’t realize the local food movement had established its own descriptive term. The locavore movement presents an opportunity for people to reexamine how they live their lives; [...]

The Vision of Cooperative Communities

It is not easy to take a step back and seriously look at the world around me and ask, “Why are things done this way?” There are so many things, big and small, that I take for granted in my daily life. It’s even more challenging to consider the circumstances of hundreds of millions of [...]

Avatar and the Principles of Libertarianism

James Cameron’s Avatar has shaken the entertainment industry in the past couple months, raking in more than $2.3 billion so far in the box office worldwide. I first saw the film in January and was blown away by the incredible visuals, a detailed exploration of the Na’vi culture, and what I thought was a masterfully [...]

Local Solutions to Common Dilemmas

Do people sometimes forget that we are all individuals with common goals, diverse circumstances, and unique perspectives? In many situations this is the case. The more governments, both local and national, expand in size and scope, the more politics become a game of winning and losing rather than representation of the people, providing individual freedom [...]