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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

Is there a voluntaryist secret to happiness?

Can violence make people happy?

The Declaration of Independence extols the pursuit of happiness. But is happiness even possible without the Zero Aggression Principle (the ZAP)? Statists believe it is. They think they can actually increase human happiness by selectively violating the ZAP.

How do they know this? We examine these questions in this new Mental Lever…

What Do You and Everyone Else Want?
By Jim Babka & Perry Willis

Everyone wants to maximize their happiness. This is a universal law. In other words, people move away from harm and towards happiness. People don’t want their stuff stolen or vandalized. They don’t want to be injured or killed. Malicious actions damage their happiness. But someone reading this might object…

READ MORE AT THE ZAP BLOG

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Also, while in Florida, last month, Jim Babka was video interviewed by Alex Snitker of Liberty Underground Radio.

Here’s the link: https://youtu.be/_Obz5AA8-3c

Here’s the context of this interview: Jim had just come off the stage from his third presentation in three nights titled, “How one voluntaryist can make Florida a libertarian place.” During the speech, he introduced the Zero Aggression Project and shared it’s three primary objectives…

  1. Share the Zero Aggression Principle (ZAP) with every person on planet Earth.
  2. Locate and activate the 1-in-5 Americans who already self-identify as libertarians.
  3. Move everyone in a voluntaryist direction.

 

By: Perry Willis

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