Here's an idea in development. I wrote it up at the request of a minister and the first deployment will most likely be among an evangelical congregation that is concerned about the US becoming a failed state.
Re-localization through technological advances in manufacturing (such as 3D printing), energy product (such as cold fusion) and education (such as Internet academies) will create a demand for correspondingly relocalized monetary, property rights and military systems.
Now, if the government excludes a person while even one domestic resident wants to admit this very person onto his property, the result is forced exclusion (a phenomenon that does not exist under private property anarchism).
In this he is presuming there is no option for what pre-Austrian-school
As predicted in "Last Chance for Michael Nystrom" he had only a limited amount of time to take my advice and that time has passed as evidenced by the Alexa reach statistics for dailypaul.com vs freerepublic.com:
"In medical isolation in South Texas, 100 miles or so from Mexico's border, is a man who embodies one of U.S. health officials' greatest worries: He is the first person to cross and be held in detention while infected with one of the most severe types of drug-resistant tuberculosis known today."
"His three-month odyssey through 13 countries—from his homeland of Nepal through South Asia, Brazil, Mexico, and finally into Texas—shows the way in which dangerous new strains