Marc Stevens (radio host)

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Marc Stevens
Nationality American
Known for Social and political activism
Notable work(s) Adventures In Legal Land, The No State Project
Political movement
Anarcho-capitalism
Voluntaryism
Website
www.marcstevens.net

Marc Stevens is a voluntaryist essayist and talk radio host from Phoenix, Arizona. He is the host of The No State Project. Stevens is also the author of the 2002 book, Adventures In Legal Land, an examination of the legal and political systems of the United States.

Adventures In Legal Land[edit]

Adventures In Legal Land, a 2002 book analyzing American legal and political systems by Marc Stevens.

In 2002, Stevens published Adventures In Legal Land, which focuses on the legal and political systems of the United States, and examines these and society in general from an anarcho-capitalist and voluntaryist philosophical viewpont. The overall theme of the book, and its accompanied website, is summarized in Steven's often stated quote: "No service or product should be provided at the barrel of a gun." Another often recited saying by Stevens is: "If government services were valuable and the market wanted them, they wouldn't be provided on a compulsory basis", and concludes each show by saying, "If they were really interested in protecting your life, liberty and property, they wouldn't be the first trying to take it."[1]

Talk radio career[edit]

From November 5, 2005 to April 8, 2007, Stevens debuted The No State Project on the Republic Broadcasting Network. From April 14, 2007 to October 4, 2008, he continued The No State Project on the We The People Radio Network. On October 6, 2008, We The People Radio Network's official website announced it would be shutting down its operations, but would keep archives of its affiliated shows, including The No State Project, online for the foreseeable future.[2] From then until late March, the show was in a state of hiatus.

On December 6, 2008, Stevens debuted a single show on American Freedom Radio, but it was not until March 21, 2009 when Liberty News Radio began broadcasting The No State Project on a regular basis. After some incurable technical difficulties, the show was dropped from Liberty News Radio.

Three months later The No State Project returned to American Freedom Radio where it is currently broadcast every Saturday 3pm to 5pm CST. Stevens has been interviewed on various talk radio shows, including Coast to Coast AM, Alex Jones Show, Free Talk Live, Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock, Deadline Live with Jack Blood, Peter Mac Show, Frankly Speaking with Frank Whalen, Bill Meyer Show, Jayne Carroll Show, Peter Schiff Show, and National Intel Report. The No State Project is currently being syndicated on The Liberty Radio Network.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The no state project archives on We the People Radio Network website accessed at May 17, 2008
  2. ^ "Important Notice!". We The People Radio Network.com. We The People Radio Network, LLC. Retrieved 16 November 2008. 

External links[edit]

The No State Project