We’re Everywhere-ish

The Tom Woods Show is now available on Stitcher, after you guys asked for it! Click here to find the show there.

You can also subscribe on iTunes, get the programs from our archive, or use our rss feed.

We broadcast the show for the first time every weekday at noon Eastern at TomWoodsRadio.com, where we also have a Facebook-driven comment feature during the broadcast.

Here are the program titles so far. And we are just getting started, trust me.

The Paleo Solution
The American Police State
Ron Paul Continues the Fight for Liberty
WWE’s Kane: Libertarian
Do We Need the State?
Keynes and His Errors
The Recycling Racket
The Crony Capitalists
The Short Case for the Free Market
Murphy Answers Questions II
Lew Rockwell Remembers
Fix the Economy: End the Fed
Is Sweden a Good Model?
Austrian Economics: Why It Matters
The Future of Bitcoin
The Neocons: Who They Are
Objections to Libertarianism
Reject the Food Pyramid
The Real Lincoln
States’ Rights and the Founding
Nullification: Reply to Objections
Murphy Answers Questions I
Guns 101
Why Nonintervention?
The DUI Racket
Are Libertarians Hypocrites?
Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson
Ben Swann and Independent Journalism
The Heroic Tenth Amendment Center

Please subscribe — there’ll be a lot more where these came from!

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  • James

    Thanks a bunch for adding RSS feed!

  • Frank Knapf

    For me, the show about the police state was the best yet by far, simply because for most of us it has the greatest relevance to our day to day lives. More on this topic would be appreciated, as it is of paramount importance.

  • Robert

    I remember hearing you talk about academic journals and the abuse of statistics in history and other liberal arts. You said there was a study where paper abstracts containing meaningless statistical jargon were judged more highly than papers with only words.

    It would be great if you could devote a program to academic scholarship. There are probably a lot of people considering going to graduate school who are confused about the system.

  • Stato Institute

    Please have on David codrea and mike vanderboegh, the two bloggers who broke the fast and furious story and kept it alive long enough to force Obama to claim executive privilege and other admin officials to hide and refuse testimony. This is right up there with drudge and greenwald breaking huge stories on the Internet and bypassing the thought controllers in the mainstream media and dc.

    John Lott just recently cited codrea as breaking the fast and furious story in his recent book, but did not cite vanderboegh bc he is an advocate of openly nullifying and disobeying recent gun laws in states banning magazines. It is very similar to the sweetie pie libertarians at stato trying to distance themselves from you, Ron Paul, lew, etc


  • Michael Fleischer

    how about a show about the estate and inheritance taxes

  • Michael Fleischer

    Or a show about the lunatic fringe of the far right conservative movement. If been to function where there have been people claiming the US government is acting in cahoots with space aliens. And I’ve also encountered many 9/11 truthers. While im sympathetic to the idea of a false flag event, these people seem so frankly schizophrenic to me I have a hard time taking them seriously. And how about those who would want to impose a type of Christian sharia law on the US straight out of the handmaidens tale. Gary North strikes me as one such person sometimes. I think that more people would be drawn into the circles of libertarianism if individuals with cred like Dr. Woods here would address this issue of the lunatic fringe.

  • Stato Institute

    Jerry Wolfgang, is that you?

  • Michael Fleischer

    whos Jerry Wolfgang

  • Sarah Goodwich

    Tom, when you fail to expressly say that the states are sovereign nations, you implicitly concur with the federal government’s express claim that the USA is a sovereign nation OVER the states, as subordinate member-states within a single federated state.

    Logically, it’s not enough to imply that the states are sovereign nations; it must be EXPRESSLY asserted, and the federal government’s claim expressly denied, otherwise, again, the point is conceded by omission.
    Please watch my videos on this.

  • http://tomwoods.com Tom Woods

    Brian, enough is enough. Start your own blog and promote your ideas, but hijacking every thread here is extremely bad manners.

  • Mike

    ” And how about those who would want to impose a type of Christian
    sharia law on the US straight out of the handmaidens tale. Gary North
    strikes me as one such person sometimes.”

    And your proof of this is….?

  • Michael Fleischer

    His decades long written and spoken creepy fetishistic obsession with scripture as being the sole font of human social guidelines and morality…His ignorant and ideologically motivated un-acceptance of the theory of evolution. He might as well claim that the theory of gravity is baseless.
    How anyone can base their morality on a conflicted and at times imcomprehensible stone age text is beyond me.

    how about this he’s written about the Christian school movement:

    “So let us be blunt about it: we must use the doctrine of religious liberty to gain independence for Christian schools until we train up a generation of people who know that there is no religious neutrality, no neutral law, no neutral education, and no neutral civil government. Then they will get busy constructing a Bible-based social, political, and religious order which finally denies the religious liberty of the enemies of God. Murder, abortion, and pornography will be illegal. God’s law will be enforced. It will take time. A minority religion cannot do this. Theocracy must flow from the heart of a majority of citizens, just as compulsory education came only after most people had their children in schools of some sort. ”

  • Stato Institute

    I really like that topic, too. My favorite author on the subject is William Norman grigg, and I hope he can come on the show.

  • JQ Tomanek

    Found you on DoggCatcher, yay.

  • Eric

    I feel the same as Michael. This “lunatic fringe” is doing serious damage to the credibility of the rest of us who aren’t 9-11 truthers, “birthers”, religious *nutjobs*, or whatever else. Ideas such as shutting down the Federal Reserve are already dangerously close to conspiracy theory status just due to association.

    I don’t know what exactly, but maybe there needs to be some effort to separate rational libertarianism from the “doomsday prepper / Roswell crowd”. I’m open minded, but some of these conspiracies aren’t even worth wasting our time on (Obama’s birth cert?) even IF true, because there are things so much more important.