Tools for Anarcho-Capitalists
by Ethan Glover, Wed, Dec 17, 2014 - (Edited) Thu, Dec 18, 2014Every lifestyle or “trade” has a set of tools that come highly recommended. Below are the tools for anarcho-capitalists. I don’t want to add a lot to the below list, only the best and most reliable. With that in mind, I plan to update this page in the future. Bookmark, share, and contribute. Keep this list strong!
- Liberty Resource Directory - I’m kicking off the list with my site. It features more than 2,200 curated resources and has become an excellent go-to site.
- Mises Library - Speeches, podcasts, audio books, e-books, and blogs. It seems one could spend a lifetime going through the Mises library.
- Top Libertarian [Discontinued] - Find top social accounts, websites, and books in the libertarian world. One of the best suggestion tools for finding new resources.
- Bambuser - Great for cop blocking, or recording your cats’ odd behavior. It’s the best app for live recording, so you don’t lose your data.
- Coinbase - One of the most respected bitcoin wallet and marketplaces on the web. Unlike other apps, they make it easy with a simple interface.
- Peacekeeper – Community reliance over central authority makes a good libertarian society. This app helps to build a local group that protects one another.
- Scanner Radio Pro – With all the police scanners out there it's hard to choose one over the other. Scanner Radio offers a good looking and easy to use interface.
- Silent Circle – Encrypt your phone calls, text, and contacts. Even get a full-blown encrypted calling plan.
- Trapster (Discontinued) - One of the best speed trap apps out there. Avoid the tickets and get to your destination without molestation.
- Dash Cam Talk - I set out to find the best dash cam for police interactions and insurance claims. What I found is a site that does comparisons better than I do.
- Valentine One - Nobody makes radar detectors like this company. These detectors give a multi-directional display along with signal types to understand fully what’s around you.
- Pivothead - This site sells the best wearable cameras. Be discrete and hands-free.
- Bitcoin – The best place to find wallets and marketplaces. Also the home of the bitcoin core.
- IPVanish VPN - Many people prefer Private Internet Access. I don’t think their network beats this fiber-optimized giant.
- Folder Lock - With TrueCrypt gone, there’s a hole in the encryption space. For now, we can look to this software as a reasonable alternative.
- GovTrack - An excellent way to track bills, committee meetings, and voting records. Information that is often hard to keep track of on a proper timeline.
- I Side With - Are you a voter? (No judgment.) This site offers a great (and effective) way to find the candidates you agree with.
- Staffers - Feel like calling up your congressional representative to scream in their ear? Maybe having a polite conversation? This directory makes it easy to find the correct number.
- Arguments - List of articles, videos, and books that can help argue for or against particular topics. An excellent source for finding inspiration for your writing.
- Grammarly - As far as checking spelling and grammar, nothing compares to this tool. You can use it online, as an Office plugin, and even get a free browser extension for checking your comments around the web.
- Readability Score - I never score high on these tests. A good Flesch Reading Score is between 60 and 70. If you ever get above a 70, tell me about it, so I have an example to look at.