Alejandro Chafuen of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation discusses his book Faith and Liberty: The Economic Thought of the Late Scholastics .
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Ep. 178 Current Events: Cantor and Bergdahl
Justin Raimondo of Antiwar.com discusses the defeat of Eric Cantor and the controversy over the Bowe Bergdahl/Gitmo swap . Check out Justin’s books Reclaiming the American Right: The Lost Legacy of the Conservative Movement and An Enemy of the State: The Life of Murray N. Rothbard .
Ep. 177 Militants Take Key Iraqi Cities
Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity discusses militant victories in Mosul and Tikrit — plus Libya, Hillary Clinton, and more.
Ep. 176 The Calamity of Anti-Capitalism
Tom talks about anti-capitalist thought and the disasters that flow from it.
Ep. 175 On Fracking
Dan Simmons of the Institute for Energy Research talks about hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” and the case for and against.
Ep. 174 Net Neutrality: A Libertarian View
Berin Szoka of TechFreedom.org explains net neutrality and why we should be skeptical of government regulation.
Ep. 173 Freedom From Choice
Tim Delmastro joins Tom to discuss his upcoming film Freedom From Choice ( click here for the trailer), which discusses the state’s inroads on food freedom, medical freedom, financial freedom, and more. Help out Tim’s project at FreedomFromChoiceFilm.com .
Ep. 172 The Fallacies of GDP
Mark Skousen and Jeff Herbener explain the problems with GDP as a measurement of the health of an economy.
Ep. 171 Ron Paul’s Chief of Staff
Jeff Deist, Ron Paul’s last chief of staff and now the president of the Mises Institute , joins Tom to discuss liberty’s past and future.
Ep. 170 Who’s a Real Conservative?
Dan McCarthy, editor of The American Conservative , joins Tom for an exploration of conservatism — plus Jeb Bush, Ron and Rand Paul, and more.