As you likely know by now, Google fired James Damore after he wrote an internal memo questioning the assumption that all human differences are due to social conditioning. There is no “libertarian position” on this per se; Google obviously may hire and fire as it pleases. But man was there a lot of libertarian confusion about this.
Some said his firing was “the market” speaking. Some called me a “thick” libertarian for being critical of Google. Some appeared to suggest that libertarians aren’t allowed to criticize private entities.
In this episode I clear up all of these unfortunate (and persistent) confusions.
Get a free trial set (just pay shipping) from Harry’s razors — handle, five-blade cartridge, and shave gel — when you sign up at Harrys.com/woods.
1000th Episode Celebration
Join me in Orlando on September 9, 2017, alongside emcee Eric July and special guests Michael Malice and Tom DiLorenzo as we commemorate this exciting moment. Tickets are free, but you must register: tomwoods.com/orlando.
The Contra Cruise
Join us October 15-22 for an unforgettable week at sea!
2) Free publicity for your blog. As a special thanks if you get your hosting through one of my affiliate links (this one for Bluehost, or this one for WP Engine), I’ll boost your blog. Click here for details.
3) Free History Course: The U.S. Presidents — Politically Incorrect Edition. Get access to this 22-lesson course: 22 videos, 22 mp3 files for listening on the go, and a bibliography of reliable books on the presidents. Get it at FreeHistoryCourse.com!.
4) $160 in Free Bonuses. Free signed copy of my New York Times bestseller The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, plus a free 10-lesson bonus course on the foundations of liberty, plus a free year’s subscription to LibertyClassroom.com, when you subscribe to the Ron Paul Curriculum site through RonPaulHomeschool.com.
5) Free Books. Boost your intellectual ammunition with my free libertarian eBooks, including 14 Hard Questions for Libertarians — Answered, Bernie Sanders Is Wrong, and Education Without the State. Find them at TomsFreeBooks.com.