In this episode I talk to Katie Wells of WellnessMama.com , in a conversation ranging from entrepreneurship to education, homeschooling, history, the Federal Reserve, nullification, and more. Source of This Episode Heathy Moms Podcast Liberty Classroom Learn the history they didn’t teach you at Tom’s Liberty Classroom . Get a discount via… Read More
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By popular demand, popular (and iconoclastic) strength trainer Mark Rippetoe joins me to discuss strength training and fitness (and what so many people get wrong), as well as his libertarian views — and how it all meshes together. Guest’s Website StartingStrength.com Guest’s Facebook Starting Strength Guest’s Twitter @SS_strength Liberty… Read More
The “happiness” literature purports to speak about levels of happiness in various countries. Popular journalism then purports to explain why the happiest places are happy — and it’s always because of the state. Is there anything to this research? About the Guest Gene Epstein is… Read More
Peter van Buren returns to the show to discuss his novel Hooper’s War, set during World War II. Beneath all the casualty figures and the news reports is something profound and lasting that damages us during war, and the author brings it out even in the… Read More
The small country of Liechtenstein is run by Prince Hans-Adam II, who is a friend and correspondent of the libertarian economist and philosopher Hans-Hermann Hoppe. In today’s episode we tell the untold story about this extraordinary place. About the Guest Andreas Kohl is a council… Read More
Keith Preston, whose writing I always find interesting and challenging, wrote an excellent overview and analysis of what happened in Charlottesville last weekend. He does the impossible here: this is as dispassionate as it gets. Enjoy. About the Guest Keith Preston is (more or less)… Read More
In the wake of the events in Charlottesville, Paul Gottfried returns to the show to discuss the present state of the American ideological spectrum, from Antifa to the alt Right. About the Guest Paul Gottfried is professor emeritus of humanities at Elizabethtown College and a… Read More