Category Archives: Podcast & Video

MilLiberty, episode 57

Source: Outset Magazine

"This week on MilLiberty, Caleb dives into the gun debate and separates the facts from the misinformation, half truths, and outright lies. With a large portion of the country demanding action, regardless if that action would make any sort of difference, this episode will hopefully restore a little clarity and rational thinking. Caleb covers notions surrounding the Second Amendment, mass shootings, gun violence, the AR-15, and background checks." [Flash audio] (11/16/17)

The Ancap Barber Shop, episode 29

The Ancap Barber Shop

Source: Pax Libertas Productions

In this episode, we once again discuss net neutrality … this time joined by Drake Lundstrom. We are also joined by Dave and Tanner, and as usual Scott and Adam." [various formats] (11/16/17)

So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, 11/16/17

Source: Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

"Harvard University professor and FIRE Advisory Council member Steven Pinker is a rockstar academic. He has written 10 books, many of which are bestsellers, including most recently 'The Better Angels of our Nature' and 'The Sense of Style.' On this episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we chat with professor Pinker about free speech, free inquiry, taboo, dangerous ideas, and, of course, his forthcoming book on the Enlightenment: 'Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress.'" [various formats] (11/16/17)

Free Talk Live, 11/15/17

Source: Free Talk Live

"Court of Appeals Rules In Favor of Chicago's Puritanical Female Topless Ban :: Freedom Matters Across The Board :: Islam and Christianity :: Muslim Apologist? :: Atheist former Catholic :: PA Background Check Bill :: Illegal Backing Out of Driveway :: Albuquerque Elections :: EU Military :: HOSTS — Ian, Mark, Vincent." [Flash audio or MP3] (11/15/17)

The Tom Woods Show, episode 1039

Source: The Tom Woods Show

"Economist Peter Leeson has just released a challenging new book, via Stanford University Press, that tries to make sense of seemingly irrational practices from far-off times and places — ranging from wife sales to trial by battle, as well as things far weirder — through the lens of economics." [various formats] (11/15/17)

Foreign Policy Focus, episode 118

Foreign Policy Focus

Source: Foreign Policy Focus

"I look at the future of the Syrian Civil War. Al-Qaeda continues to control territory in Idlib Syria. Israel is threatening to attack Iranian or Hezbollah targets in Syria. Turkey is threatening to attack the Syrian Kurds. Assad restated his goal to control all of Syria. The US plans to stay to prevent any future ISIS 2.0 from popping up. I also update North Korea, Yemen, Libya, and Zimbabwe." [various formats] (11/15/17)

Reason Podcast, 11/15/17

Source: Reason

"On November 3, Reason magazine Editor in Chief Katherine Mangu-Ward and I debated Vivek Chibber and Bhaskar Sunkara of Jacobin magazine in New York City. The proposition under discussion was 'Is capitalism the best way to improve standards of living, ensure political and economic freedom, and provide opportunity? Could socialism do better?'" [editor's note: That's not a proposition – TLK] [various formats] (11/15/17)

Activism 101 Podcast, episode 26

Source: Tenth Amendment Center

"In this episode of the Activism 101 Podcast, I talk about the importance of playing a long game and not getting too caught up in the events of the moment. (Or lack thereof.)" [Flash audio or MP3] (11/15/17)

The Jason Stapleton Program, episode 670

Source: The Jason Stapleton Program

"It should come as no surprise that comedian turned political hack Al Frankin [sic] is now advocating for government censorship of social media. Apparently, he believes social media has gotten too big to be managed by the companies that run the platforms. His solution? The government should decide what gets posted and what doesn’t. Anyone else find it humorous that Frankin [sic] thinks government would do a better job of managing social media than the media companies themselves?" [various formats] (11/15/17)

Cato Daily Podcast, 11/14/17

Source: Cato Institute

"How will elimination of education-related deductions and other tax changes affect higher education? Neal McCluskey comments." [various formats] (11/14/17)