So many anarchists have been featured on the show, and yet no one comes right out and makes the direct case for a Stateless Society. Maybe Brad can do this without 'outing' all those other reasonable voices!
I'm a regular listener of Scott's AntiWar Radio podcast. He is incredibly well read on foreign policy issues. During a recent interview of Tom Woods (http://antiwar.com/radio/2009/06/26/thomas-e-woods/), Scott said he would like to come on Freedom Watch and ask the Judge his opinion of America's global empire. Sounds like it would make a good show!
I've been enjoying The Survival Podcast ever since Jack was featured on the Lew Rockwell show.
Jack helps teach people how to live independently. Maybe this helps you survive the collapse of the Washington DC Empire. Or maybe it just helps you appreciate family, fresh food, and the outdoor life. Either way, you win.
And to give my own answer to the question: Of course it works! We see it working whenever two parties respect each others' property.
I think the more important question is: Could we use the State--an institution that inherently disrespects our property --to guarantee that our property is respected?
I'm a big fan of Murray Rothbard's work.
The panel came very close to discussing anarcho-capitalism last week. They raised issues about whether we should try to use the State as a means to secure Liberty.
I would like the conversation to come out in the open so anarcho-capitalists and Constitutionalists, while having some critically important differences, understand how they can work together to achieve a free society.