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American libertarian and tax protestor.Larken Rose was sentenced to 15 months in prison for willful failure to file income tax returns in five years in which the government alleged that his income was approximately $500,000. He was released from prison in December 2006.
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The primary threat to freedom and justice is not greed, or hatred, or any of the other emotions or human flaws usually blamed for such things. Instead, it is one ubiquitous superstition which infects the minds of people of all races, religions and nationalities, which deceives decent, well-intentioned people into supporting and advocating violence ...
"The United States is fast losing its reputation as the land of happiness and prosperity. With a sinking economy at home and rising tensions abroad, fear and discontent are boiling over. The Great American Experiment is faltering. Now a new threat suddenly arises: a domestic terrorist group calling itself The Iron Web, a group bent on ending Americ...
In “Parasites on Parade,” Larken Rose (author of “The Most Dangerous Superstition” and “The Iron Web”) uses his own direct experiences with bureaucratic and judicial stupidity, intrusion and corruption to illustrate why, everywhere and at all times, in every situation and at every level, government sucks! This snarky, flippant look at the mentality...
Are you a seeker of truth with an open and curious mind? Do you require objectivity, intellectual honesty, reason and logic when examining the way we humans interact? Human rights advocate Larken Rose is a philosopher that studies and provides commentary about voluntary, honest and non-violent human interaction. His area of interest is similar to w...
Larken Rose's Journal 2020
Insights from a Voluntaryist thought leader (Voluntaryist's Journals)
Larken Rose - 2021-01-24
A former police officer shares his investigative journey.
Shepard TheVoluntaryist, Larken Rose - 2021-03-20
A former police officer shares his investigative journey into anarchy, revealing unpopular truths that many people find to be discomforting. The author spent his adult life with a particular view of anarchism. After retiring from law enforcement, he became interested in philosophy, morality, reason, logic and being the best darn him that he could b...