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The Ancap Barber Shop

Scott McDonald is the Ancap Barber. Born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama. He seeks to spread the ideals of liberty, do old school haircuts and engage in his own personal style of outright f***ery.
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Jan 12, 2018
Hey Guys! It's time for the Ancap Barber Shop yet again!
 
Co-host Adam is absent from this episode, so Scott, Dave, and Tanner take it away. They've moved back to Scott's house due to the harsh Alabama cold driving them out of Adam's loft. For the first climate-controlled episode in quite a while the ancap barber boys will be discussing Dash and Trump's twitter (yet again). 
 
The Ancap Barber Shop is starting a book club! We'll begin with "Anatomy of the State" by Murray Rothbard. If you've never read it, it's one of the most widely distributed essays ever penned, or more likely typed, by the enemy of the state. It comes highly recommended and we hope that you will follow along with us by reading the first chapter prior to the release of the next episode, in which we will discuss chapter 1, "What the state is not." You can find a link to the free PDF or audiobook here. Additionally, if you would like to order a paper copy they are very reasonably priced, and you can find them here.
 
In our first segment, we are discussing Dash. We've included a few links below, including the Wikipedia page, the coinmarketcap profile and a lecture on Dash by Juan Galt at Anarchapulco 2016.
 
 
 
 
In our second segment, we discuss some of the Twitter beef between the alleged president of the allegedly united states and Kim Jong Un, the supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (the northern one, not the more capitalist South Korea). We're wary to even include the links to the articles we read from, due to how "low energy" they are, sad...
 
Yet here they are, of course:
 
 
 
We hope you enjoy this episode, and please do remember to read the first chapter of "Anatomy of the State". 
 
lastly, a big THANK YOU!!! to our patrons. 
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