Do you have family members who believe in big government, who think that taxes are good and that they're paying into a system that helps everyone? How do you convince them otherwise?
Do you have family members who believe in big government, who think that taxes are good and that they're paying into a system that helps everyone? How do you convince them otherwise? Do you try to educate them on all the ways that government harms people through its programs and policies, or do you just tell them about how it's stealing from them?
On today's episode, I'm heading over to Dan "Taxation is Theft" Behrman's aptly named podcast, "Taxation is Theft" from back in 2020. The topic we discussed fits perfectly with everyone likely sitting down for Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow - how do we sell liberty to those outside of our bubble?
We talked about some tactics for convincing people outside of our bubble - but let's get real: most of us don't have time for an hour-long conversation about politics at Thanksgiving. What can we do when faced with these conversations as quickly as possible? We've got some tips for that too!
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Dan Taxation Is Theft Behrman is an engineer and activist. Out of protest he has become an unlicensed motorist, an income tax dodger, and a life-saving drug smuggler. He risks his own ligr and freedom to demonstrate that we can all have more freedom and opportunity if we just stop thinking we have to ask permission.
He is an international speaker, promoting the ideas that Taxation Is Theft, that individual freedom is paramount to the government, and that we are not government property. He has worked in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, and the tech industry internationally, from startups to fortune 500 companies. His most admirable strength is the ability to solve complex problems with minimal disruption to all parties involved.
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