Robb Wolf, author of the New York Times bestseller The Paleo Solution , joins me for the show today at noon ET. You can also subscribe on iTunes , use our rss feed , or use the archive on the show site . Then on Friday, I deal with “Why don’t you libertarians move to… Read More
Archives for October 2013
WWE Wrestler Kane (Glenn Jacobs), Libertarian
Here’s our great chat. I asked plenty of listener-supplied questions. Here’s our show site , and you can subscribe on iTunes .
Live Q&A Tonight!
The libertarian historians at my LibertyClassroom.com are having a live Q&A tonight, free and open to the public. Got questions? We’ll try to come up with answers. We’re starting at 8:00pm ET tonight and going until 9:30. Join us by clicking this link at that time. Bring your… Read More
Is Ron Paul an Anarchist? And Other Unusual Questions for Dr. Paul
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Is ‘Limited Government’ Too Much Government?
An excellent chat with Gary Chartier, author of The Conscience of an Anarchist . Please subscribe to the show on iTunes by clicking here !
Rothbard Was a Hack
So says Jason Brennan . Now if I had to judge Rothbard solely on the basis of people’s opinions, I’d prefer the views of far more accomplished scholars than Jason Brennan — people like Robert Higgs, or indeed Ludwig von Mises himself. First, Bob Higgs: Murray Rothbard’s… Read More
Progressives in La-La Land
This was much too good not to share. The other day I mentioned Tom Watson’s post warning progressives not to associate with libertarians when opposing the NSA. One aspect of his piece that I didn’t mention was his (I’m sure unintentionally) funny confidence in the… Read More
What Should I Ask Ron Paul?
Ron Paul will join me for an episode of the Tom Woods Show (here’s the link to subscribe on iTunes ) next week. What should I ask him? Nothing nasty, though they need not be softballs.
Bitcoin, At Last
At the urging of countless people, we now accept Bitcoin at LibertyClassroom.com .
Hard Money People Are Psychologically Deranged
According to Matt Yglesias , people who support sound money do so for psychological reasons. The possibility that there might be economic arguments for it, and that Yglesias’ assumption that “prosperity over both the long- and short-term depends in part on competent demand management from a powerful… Read More