Texas Lawyer interviews Seavangelist. Politically Fight or Create?

Susanna Dokupil & Joe Quirk discuss why we learn more from experiments than arguments

We’ve switched things up for this installment of Seasteading Today. Rather than have Joe Quirk interview a seasteader, our accomplished Board member Susanna Dokupil interviewed Joe.

This podcast is an excellent primer on the fundamental world view of seasteading. Joe shares and defends several core tenets of why human capacity is better spent pioneering new societies at sea in contrast to trying to change big, old governments through the standard political process.

Susanna resides in Houston, Texas where she co-chaired the National Finance Committee for Ted Cruz’s Senate win in 2012. She serves as the treasurer of the Texas Conservative View, and serves on the advisory board of The Texas Review of Law & Politics. Previously she served as Special Counsel to the United States Senate Judiciary Committee, as an Assistant Solicitor General in the Office of the Attorney General of Texas, as well as two years in private practice. She has authored over 75 articles and op-eds for prestigious publications.

She did all this and more, and is raising four children. I’m honored she agreed to join our Board of Directors and provide us insight on policy matters.

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Randolph Hencken