Andrew Heaton, comedian and host of The Political Orphanage, holds a master’s degree in international relations. He joins us to walk us through international relations theory to see what it can tell us about the behavior of states. Sponsor Getting clobbered by your competitors? Invisible… Read More
Archives for March 2022
Ep. 2095 The Problems with Business School
Connor Mortell, a student at the business school at Florida State University, joins us to discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly in business school programs. Even in business schools, fallacies abound. Sponsor CrowdHealth is a community of people who are tired of paying for… Read More
Ep. 2094 Holding the COVID Crazies Accountable?
Dr. Paul Broun is a former U.S. congressman from Georgia and Ron Paul ally who seeks to return to the U.S. Congress, in part to bring accountability to the so-called public health establishment. Sponsor BetterHelp offers professional counseling online at affordable prices. Get matched with… Read More
Ep. 2093 The State Whose Activists We Should Learn From
Free State Project president emerita Carla Gericke joins us to discuss favorable social and political developments in New Hampshire that folks in other states may want to emulate. Sponsor BitTrust IRA helps you seamlessly and securely add cryptocurrency to your portfolio. It stores your private… Read More
Ep. 2092 Inflation: What Caused It and Where It’s Going
Gene Epstein joins us to discuss the roots of the current price inflation, and long he expects it to last. Sponsor My friend Buck Johnson interviews fascinating people who go against the grain of established opinion. Check out CounterflowPodcast.com . Guest’s Debating Society The Soho Forum Guest’s Book Econospinning: How to Read Between the Lines When the Media Manipulate the Numbers Guest’s… Read More
Ep. 2091 The Most Canceled Filmmaker in America
Jason Rink returns to the show to discuss his experiences covering controversial topics, and his expectations for what the future of free speech may hold. Sponsor Blinkist lets you read (or listen to) the key lessons and takeaways from thousands of nonfiction books in 15… Read More
Ep. 2090 January 6 and “Stop the Steal”: A Filmmaker Tells the Story
Jason Rink, longtime libertarian activist, is an independent filmmaker who has spent the past year and a half focused on forbidden topics. Sponsor Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes in design, business, technology, and more. Get one month free at skillshare.com/woods .… Read More
Ep. 2089 What Did the Trucker Convoy Accomplish?
A participant looks back on the recent events in Canada and assesses the pluses and the minuses. Sponsor BetterHelp offers professional counseling online at affordable prices. Get matched with your own licensed, professional therapist, to whom you can send a message anytime (and get timely… Read More
Ep. 2088 The Continued Rise of the Antiwar Right
The dissident wing of the American Right continues to show promise from a libertarian point of view, especially but not limited to foreign policy. Nothing is less fashionable than to support Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, but her recent statement about the situation and Ukraine is… Read More
Ep. 2087 Where is the Russia/Ukraine Situation Headed?
Scott Horton joins me for a sober look at the present situation, answers common critics (“duh, you’re repeating Putin talking points!”), and gives us a solid backgrounder. Sponsor Blinkist lets you read (or listen to) the key lessons and takeaways from thousands of nonfiction books… Read More