Category Archives: Podcast & Video

The Tom Woods Show, episode 892

Source: The Tom Woods Show

"With confrontation brewing between the United States and North Korea, Michael Malice joins me to lend his insight into what’s happening, and whether there’s anything to the North Korean threats of nuclear war." [various formats] (04/20/17)

The Jason Stapleton Program, episode 584

Source: The Jason Stapleton Program

"Yesterday I read a piece on an obscure website that I won’t mention because I don’t want to give them any SEO help. The article was a justification for why it’s immoral to be wealthy. This is an idea that’s been around since the dawn of time. What’s frustrating is that we know have the economic knowledge that should make these kinds of arguments non-existent. But because of our poor education system and economic illiteracy, I find myself, yet again, explaining why wealth is important. I think you’ll enjoy today’s episode." [various formats] (04/19/17)

The Freedom Report, episode 280

The Freedom Report

Source: The Libertarian Republic

"In a brilliant piece by Caitlin Flanagan at the Atlantic, a liberal writer self reflects on how the comedy shows of hosts such as Samantha Bee, John Oliver, and Jimmy Fallon may have been important influencers in the rise of Donald Trump. Flanagan dissects the various ways in which liberals derided not just the president, but his supporters, giving conservatives a good reason to do whatever they could to stop a Democrat from taking the White House. Austin Petersen, former 2016 candidate for president himself breaks down the news." [various formats] (04/19/17)

Free Talk Live, 04/19/17

Source: Free Talk Live

"Two Dead in Mass Protests in Venezuela :: Gravity, Moon Landing Kook Theories :: Protest Movements :: Sabotaging the State :: How to make government more honest? :: Social Security :: :: Civil Rights :: Libertarians and Principle :: Solitary Confinement :: HOSTS — Ian, Mark, Jay." [Flash audio or MP3] (04/19/17)

Cato Daily Podcast, 04/20/17

Source: Cato Institute

"Policing in America has often become insular and adversarial toward the communities police are supposed to protect and serve. Norm Stamper discusses his new book, To Protect and Serve: How to Fix America’s Police." [various formats] (04/20/17)

Foreign Policy Focus, episode 29

Foreign Policy Focus

Source: Foreign Policy Focus

"On FPF #29, I examine some of the costs of American's wars. Civilians in other countries clearly identified as victims of American wars. American civilians face grave consequences from the wars. Many vets will suffer from lifelong illnesses and disabilities from wars. All citizens lose rights and face crippling debts. I also update some important foreign policy news stories." [various formats] (04/19/17)

The AnCap Barber Shop, episode 14

The Ancap Barber Shop

Source: Pax Libertas Productions

"We discuss Alabama church police and the Easter Facebook killer." [various formats] (04/19/17)

James Bovard on The Scott Horton Show

Source: Libertarian Institute

"James Bovard, author of Public Policy Hooligan, discusses how Woodrow Wilson got America into WWI, directly and indirectly causing the rise of Hitler, Stalin, WWII, and the redrawing of the Middle East. At home, Wilson gave rise to a government crackdown on free speech, the draft, prohibition, espionage laws, and the Spanish Flu." [various formats] (04/17/17)

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill, 04/19/17

Source: The Intercept

"This week on Intercepted: We spend the entire show talking with [Julian] Assange from inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he has been holed up since June 2012. In the wide-ranging interview, Assange discusses the allegations that WikiLeaks was abetted by Russian intelligence in its publication of DNC emails and the new-found admiration for him by FOX News, Anne Coulter, Sarah Palin, and Donald Trump. Also, why Assange believes he and Hillary Clinton may get along if they ever met in person. And we premiere an unreleased song by Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine fame." [various formats] (04/19/17)

The [email protected] Stir Podcast, episode 125

Source: [email protected]

"In this episode: It's April 19 :: Thanks For Asking! (I ran for platform committee and all I got was this damn podcast episode; Clayton Hunt calls a cargo cultist to my attention; hopefully Jacob G. Hornberger is tanned, rested and ready to keynote another Libertarian National Convention; The Gospel of St. Cheeto[TM] Benito) :: I'm running for (Party) office." [various formats] (04/19/17)