Is climate change real? If so, how would libertarians handle it? Plus, why slavery can’t long exist on a free market. Bob Murphy joins Tom.
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Ep. 122 What Happened to Our Food?
Joel Salatin joins Tom to talk about food, nature, and the state. Check out his books, which include Folks, This Ain’t Normal: A Farmer’s Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World and Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal: War Stories from the Local Food Front .
Ep. 121 The Dangers of Common Core
What’s wrong with the Common Core education standards? James Pesta, professor of literature at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, explains.
Ep. 120 The Passion of Bradley Manning
Tom talks to Chase Madar, author of The Passion of Bradley Manning . Check out Chase’s article “ The Anti-Warrior ,” plus his archives at The American Conservative and The Nation .
Ep. 119 The Environment and the Market
Walter Block discusses how environmental protection and the market economy can work in harmony.
Ep. 118 Boom and Bust: The Cause
Professor David Howden gives an overview of Austrian business cycle theory, and replies to common objections.
Ep. 112 Carol Paul Answers Your Questions
Tom talks to Carol Paul.
Ep. 113 Has Austerity Failed?
Has it even been tried? Tom covers this and other topics today with Mark Thornton, senior fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute .
Ep. 114 Dedicated to a Proposition?
Marshall DeRosa joins Tom to discuss federalism, secession, and why it’s dangerous for a regime to be “dedicated to a proposition.”
Ep. 115 Fiscal Time Bomb
Scott Beaulier joins Tom to discuss the public pension time bomb in the states.