You've heard of Cash Fridays. How about Black Market Fridays? On this edition of #SolutionsWatch, James introduces the idea for setting aside a day every week (or even more) to explore the free market, support agorist enterprises, avoid using cards
What would a society without money look like? A lot of folks are experiencing just that on the heels of an economic collapse...and they're coming up with many creative solutions. What skills or assets would you have in such a situation?
While you were distracted by the scamdemic, the banksters have been working on the greatest wealth transfer in the history of the world. It's called the Going Direct Reset, and it's going to fundamentally transform the monetary system as we know
Ernest sits down with Crosby Peck (Owner Roger's Campground) on the future of the campground, Porcfest, technology, changes in campers, rigs, and equipment over the years, etc... - Mike Swatek and Thomas Freedman on IPFS, Pirate Box, Agorist Market,
The Agorist Cross promotions flier was first printed in 2012 with a small group of Agorist merchants who all shipped a product and who all wanted to work together to help grow the counter economy.
Crypto Cracks... it's happening again (Hellooooo Silver my old friend) UPDATE
Jeff Metrick (Libertarian for Congress in Arizona's 6th Congressional District) comes on the show to talk about his campaign - Roger Agora (Met at MidFest; For a New Libertarian) on Private Law and Counter Economics/Black and Grey Markets (MP4)
Award-winning novelist and agorist publisher Victor Koman joins us today to discuss his work in saving the notes, records, correspondence and manuscripts of Samuel Edward Konkin III, the progenitor of the agorist philosophy.
We all want to stop feeding the beast, but how do we go about doing it? Today Patrick writes in to ask about the ins and outs of agorist investing.
Connecting Counter-Economy Buyers With Sellers. Instead of using Amazon or some big box store, consider using agorists on BlackMarketFriday.info that support freedom for your Christmas purchases
Residents of Tenino, Washington are eligible for up to $300 in the wooden banknotes each month to spend at local businesses
Nelson Aguilar used to sell the rabbits that he raises on his Havana rooftop to restaurants. Now, with an ongoing pandemic, the 70-year-old uses them as currency, exchanging them for food or detergent to avoid multi-hour queues at poorly stocked shop