Notable Collections

Essential Libertarianism
The Classical Liberal Podcast
Forward Tilt
Resist the Empire
Wake Up Call Podcast
The Lectures of Jay Stuart Snelson
Gold Newsletter Podcast
Culture & Anarchy
The Ancap Barber Shop
The Do Your Thing Podcast
Liberty Entrepreneurs
Remso Republic
The Resistance Podcast
Proven & Probable
Borderless Podcast
Julie Borowski: Washington Unmasked
The Future of Freedom
We The Individuals
Young Voices
The Tatiana Show
Unbiased America
Liberty Classics with Jeffrey Tucker
SchoolED
Welcome to The Midside
The Jason Stapleton Program
Free Association with Sheldon Richman and Lucy Steigerwald
Bit by Bit
The Freedom Report
The Scott Horton Show
The Economy
The Isaac Morehouse Podcast
Eye on the Empire
Sage City Today
The Mercenary Podcast
Free Talk Live
You, Me, and BTC: Cryptocurrency Decrypted
Kranky Notions
Enter the Vault with Jeffrey Tucker
Beer & Bastards
Bourbon & Bitches
Naomi Brockwell Ignited
The Justin Mohr Show
Politics For People Who Hate Politics
The LAVA Flow
Kinsella On Liberty
The Bunbury Report
Liberty After Dark
Beautiful Anarchy
Liberty & Culture
From The Peanut Gallery
PanAm Post: News & Analysis In The Americas
Better Red Than Dead
Positive Liberty
Laissez Squares
The Power & Market Report
Odds & Ends
SFL On Air: A Podcast For Millennials
Liberty.me Live at Freedom Fest Las Vegas
Liberty.me Pick of the Week
The Charm Offensive
In The Garage: A Podcast About Making A Podcast

Newest podcasts

The Isaac Morehouse Podcast – Roger Ver on Bitcoin

with Isaac Morehouse

Roger Ver is the CEO of Bitcoin.com and an early investor in bitcoin and many Bitcoin startups. His passion for free-market economics led him to bitcoin in the early days of the cryptocurrency and he has been a passionate advocate and investor ever since. In this conversation, we start with the basics, cover the most common objections and criticism about bitcoin, and then discuss the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrency. In this episode: What was the philosophy that made you find [Read More]

The Tatiana Show – Cardiff Gerhardt of Crypto vs Metals & Greg Caskey of HipHoponomics

with Tatiana Moroz

Josh and special guest host Brian Sovryn of Sovryn Tech interviews Cardiff Gerhardt of Crypto vs Metals & Greg Caskey of HipHoponomics. Topics include: --"How Pop Culture Can Teach Important Subjects" --"Hip Hop in Schools" --"Integrating Crypto Investing into Fiction" --"The Trojan Horse of Ideological Media" About the Guests: -CRYPTO VS METALS LLC is an independent media company, founded by Cardiff Gerhardt & Jacqueline Alvidrez -Greg Caskey teaches Economics at the Delaware Military Academy and is the Founder of HipHoponomics, [Read More]

Classical Liberal Podcast – AlexNation ep. 15: Inglorious (Nazi Killing) Basterds

with Alexander Shaw

This week Alex and Alex are back! And they're talking all about recent trailers and the 2009 Quentin Tarantino movie--"Inglorious Basterds"! Also in this episode: Alex S. finally comes out of the closet as a DC Fanboy (and Alex A. is ashamed of him). [Read More]

Forward Tilt – How to Create a Value Proposition

with Isaac Morehouse

The standard approach to getting a job is to go out to a business and with a resume and interview tell employers about your skills and experience. It’s the equivalent of saying “Here I am, I have skills.” It creates work for the business to figure out if those skills are relevant, legitimate, or even valuable and as a result, it doesn’t help you find the best opportunities. The better approach is to do the work yourself and come to [Read More]

The Power & Market Report – Mr. Uranium – John Borshoff

with Albert Lu

John Borshoff, founder of Paladin Energy and CEO of Deep Yellow Ltd., explains what it takes to make a globally recognized, multi-billion dollar uranium mining company. ** Tweet comments @AlbertKLu#deepyellow ** Interview Highlights [0:40] History of Paladin Energy [7:00] Struggles at Paladin [9:08] The Deep Yellow team [10:40] Uranium companies are like the airlines [12:55] Planning for decades in the future [15:04] The advantage of no Chinese equity in Deep Yellow [16:55] The advantage of no private equity in Deep [Read More]

Wake Up Call Podcast – How an App Is Assisting the World’s Poorest People and Disaster Victims with Gret Glyer

with Adam Camac

Gret Glyer joins Adam Camac to discuss the DonorSee app, how it provides assistance to the world’s poorest people and disaster victims, how it is able to provide video updates showing how a donor’s money is used, and what makes DonorSee so unique. About the Guest Mr. Glyer is the Founder of the DonorSee app, which helps provide assistance to the world’s poorest people and disaster victims and then proves it with video updates. He previously lived among the world’s [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – When Gender Meets Athletics

with Tim Preuss

We are seeing new cases reach the news of people’s gender identity come into question. This isn’t more apparent anywhere than in the world of sports. A 6’2” 220lb trans-woman has been deemed to have an advantage when player soccer against other women. Is this wrong? If so, where do we draw the line? Oklahoma is doing something RIGHT! They’re considering lowering the salaries of their state representatives. Good for them! Way to go! A new late-term-specific abortion clinic has opened [Read More]

Essential Libertarianism – The Voluntaryist Spirit

with Rodger Paxton

Author: Carl Watner Original article location: http://voluntaryist.com/fundamentals/the-voluntaryist-spirit [Read More]

The Resistance Podcast – Common Sense Culture (Feat. Dan Carlin)

with Josh Carter

Dan Carlin is an American political commentator and podcaster. Once a professional radio host, Carlin eventually took his show to the Internet, and he now hosts two popular independent podcasts: Common Sense and Hardcore History. Dan is one or our personal heroes here at The Resistance Podcast, and it was nothing short of a pleasure to have a conversation with him, despite the technological bugs we had to work through to get to the actual talk! For more of Dan [Read More]

Economics Detective Podcast – Corruption and Spatial Econometrics with Jamie Pavlik

with Garrett Petersen

My guest today is Jamie Pavlik of Texas Tech University. Jamie has done a ton of research on corruption and development. She has examined corruption in the developing world, with multiple papers examining corruption in Brazil. She has also looked at international comparisons of corruption, and corruption in the United States specifically. We discuss her work on corruption as well as some of the statistical issues with spatial econometrics. [Read More]

Proven & Probable – Jayant Bhandari – The Future of Humanity Lies in East Asia

with Maurice Jackson

In this episode, Jayant Bhandari the host of the highly acclaimed Capitalism and Morality sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss the virtues that he sees in the Eastern Asia in particular Japan, Korea, and China. Jayant also shares the important distinction that third world economies are not emerging markets. With regards to Japan in particular, Jayant conveys why believes that Japan is currently the best society in the world today. In addition, Jayant shares how [Read More]

Remso Republic – Live Free & Grow #6: Composting & Farming with Author David The Good

with Remso W. Martinez

Joining the show today is garden writer David The Good from TheSurvivalGardener.com and is the author of four books. David and Jason discuss farming, composting, and the problems with our national education system. David’s website: www.thesurvivalgardener.com/ [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – 2x Is Not The Only Impending Bitcoin Fork

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 196 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. We all know SegWit2x is a hot topic these days and may lead to another Bitcoin chain split. But what about the other possible fork, Bitcoin Gold? Could it possibly have any success? Should we expect forks on forks on forks to come soon? Bcash’s price never came close to Bitcoin’s but it certainly had (and has) some value. Could future splits generate any more [Read More]

The Power & Market Report – Brien Lundin | We Have A Real Opportunity Now

with Albert Lu

Brien Lundin, the editor of Gold Newsletter and president of the New Orleans Investment Conference, joins Albert to discuss the recent downward move in gold and his conference later this month. ** Tweet comments @AlbertKLu #gold #neworleansconference ** Interview Highlights [4:29] What's behind the recent drop in the gold price? [8:00] Is the US poised for a continued recovery? [10:13] Will tax cuts propel US markets higher? [11:55] Will equity investors rotate into bonds? [13:17] How far will the Fed [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – Belichick Your Premises – Japanese Schoolgirls Strangling Each Other

with Justin M. Lesniewski

Justin and Daniel discuss understanding game results through situational football, the importance of mentality to winning, and the Week 5 results. [Read More]

Wake Up Call Podcast – Recent Immigration Controversies

with Adam Camac

Alex Nowrasteh joins Adam Camac to discuss immigration reform, immigration-related controversies, such as DACA, the DREAMers, a potential border wall, and Trump’s travel ban, and arguments in favor of a more open immigration system. About the Guest Mr. Nowrasteh is an immigration policy analyst at the Cato Institute’s Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity. His work has appeared in most major US publications, including The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The Washington Post. He is a co-author of Open [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – The Communist States of America

with Tim Preuss

Is America more capitalist or communist? When reading the communist manifesto, one could actually make the case that America has made many great strides towards communism. Furthermore, whenever someone blames the “free market” for XYZ, it seems almost hysterical. How can one blame the free market for our problems when GOVERNMENT controls our MONEY?! Prior to that discussion, Tim and Ande discuss the “slave owner’s” mentality with regards to NFL team owners forcing their players to stand for the national [Read More]

Young Voices Podcast – Does America need protection from immigrants?

with Daniel Pryor

Cory Massimino is a Young Voices advocate published this week in Rare, on the topic of immigration & surveillance. He joins the podcast today to share what Homeland Security has been doing on the border to screen immigrants and citizens alike. Is your social media off limits? Find out. [Read More]

The Classical Liberal Podcast – Speaking Freely: Episode 18

with Alexander Shaw

In this episode of Speaking Freely, we discuss the Sen Bob Corker's spat with Trump, Pence's $250k bill for a 15-minute NFL visit, and term limits for Congress. Rep Roger Kane joined the discussion to talk about his campaign for Knox County Clerk. Learn more at speakingfreely.live Support us: www.patreon.com/speakingfreely Facebook: @speakingfreelylive Twitter: RECUROUSA [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Greg Lovett on his documentary “Delay, Deny, Hope You Die- How America Poisoned Its Soldiers”

with Scott Horton

Gregory Lovett joins Scott to discuss his new documentary, “Delay, Deny, Hope You Die: How America Poisoned Its Soldiers” which opens Monday in Los Angeles and across the country over the next month. Buy tickets for an upcoming screening in your area here and watch the extended trailer. Lovett shares the backstory of the documentary, which he was inspired to make after reading Joseph Hickman’s book “The Burn Pits.” He explains why the United States military decided to burn the massive [Read More]

Forward Tilt – The Rough Draft Mindset

with Isaac Morehouse

Vague general questions get vague general answers. If you are looking for valuable information create something first and get specific.  Whether it is advice on something you are writing or a business idea, you will be able to get a lot better feedback if you ask for opinions on a rough draft instead of an idea.  In this episode: Editing a draft vs. creating from scratch The rough draft mindset Producing before seeking help Theoretical problems For a free copy [Read More]

Essential Libertarianism – Why I Write and Publish the Voluntaryist

with Rodger Paxton

Why I Write and Publish the Voluntaryist – EL008 Author: Carl Watner Original article location: http://voluntaryist.com/fundamentals/why-i-write-and-publish-the-voluntaryist [Read More]

Proven & Probable – Millrock Resources – Millrock Completes Drill Program

with Maurice Jackson

Rick Rule: Potentially Explosive Bull Market Coming In “The Densest Energy Source Known To Man” [Read More]

The Resistance Podcast – Creation/Destruction

with Josh Carter

Bryce and Josh talk about the amount of influence individuals can have by divesting from corporate giants such as Google, the Catlan Referendum, and the Las Vegas shooting… [Read More]

Economics Detective – Brexit, Its Economic Impact, and International Disintegration

with Garrett Petersen

My guest today is Thomas Sampson of the London School of Economics. Our topic for today is the economic impact of Brexit. Long-time listeners will recall that I did an interview with Sam Bowman on Brexit immediately after the vote occurred. Think of this as a follow-up to that episode now that the dust has settled and we have a better idea of what Brexit is going to look like. Thomas has written multiple papers on the subject, including Brexit: [Read More]

The LAVA Flow – Secede to Succeed

with Rodger Paxton

Secession is in the news again, and more than just Catalonia. Why is this good news? What's in the News with stories on a new libertarian country idea, police union outrage, Free Ross news, Equifax gets a government contract, Bill Weld shows his true colors, and body camera footage kept in the dark. Also, a Statists Gonna State segment on guns in America and a Herding Cats segment on two upcoming libertarian events. This episode is brought to you by [Read More]

Remso Republic – Special #7 Tomorrow’s Alternative Media w/ Mason Clark from the Rouser

with Remso W. Martinez

The future of alternative media is Being written as we speak and witness the death of the fake news networks. What do these new journalists do differently? Is Infowars mainstream!?All that and more in this episode. [Read More]

Gold Newsletter Podcast – Michael Strong on Schools

with Brien Lundin

Michael Strong loved learning but hated school. Now he designs schools that are not dry environments of passivity and dependence, but rather places of inspiration, innovation, excellence, and creativity. In particular, he points out that much of conventional education is jumping through meaningless hoops, to pass junk exams that are poor gauges of proficiency. The good news is that in this era there are a growing number of alternatives for you to choose from, and the untapped potential is enormous. [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – World Renowned Banker Is Dead Right On 1 Important Bitcoin Detail

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 195 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. The International Monetary Fund. It sounds like a paradise program for ultra-leftists and progressives. Let’s just pool a bunch of money together, pay big bucks for “executives” to manage it, and give it to people that “need” it! And hell, maybe the IMF really is nothing more than a large, centralized organization funded by governments, for governments. But the fund’s director, Christine Lagarde, recently said [Read More]

The Justin Mohr Show – My time warped adventure to Communist Cuba and what’s really going on there!

with Justin Mohr

Last week I visited Cuba and it was an enlightening experience. Imagine going to a city where it hasn’t been improved or maintained for 60 years… Yep, that’s the feeling I got when roaming the streets of Cuba. Everything is just really old, musty and colorless. People that have the mindset that government can provide prosperity is very laughable indeed. The government only consumes resources and allocates them in a very inefficient way compared to the private sector. On the [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – The Dear Catcallers Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

The guys discuss the white privilege of the Las Vegas shooter and a Dutch woman who documented all of the men who catcalled her in a month. Justin also reviews Bladerunner 2049. [Read More]

The LAVA Spurt – League of Liberty Full Preview

with Rodger Paxton

Marc Clair from Lions of Liberty, Chris Spangle from We are Libertarians, and Johnny Adams from Johnny Rocket Launch Padjoined me to form the League of Liberty, a new monthly podcast exclusively for our supporters. Here is a little taste of that awesomeness! Thank you for joining me on the fifty-first episode of The LAVA Spurt. This episode is brought to you by Tom Woods's Liberty Classroom, helping you to become a smarter and more informed libertarian than ever before, [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – Stand with the Second Amendment

with Tim Preuss

The attacks on the second amendment are coming from every side this time, not just the liberal left, although they’re definitely the wildest crusaders against your gun rights. Michael Moore and the New York Times are calling for a complete and total repeal of the amendment, and mainstream Hollywood is calling the NRA and its members “murderous” and deserving of being put in front of a firing squad. Sadly, the Republicans are already giving up ground. From around the country, [Read More]

Wake Up Call Podcast – What the World’s Oldest People Can Teach Us About Health with Dr. John Day

with Adam Camac

Episode Summary Dr. John Day joins Adam Camac to discuss his book, The Longevity Plan: Seven Life-Transforming Lessons from Ancient China, what he learned about healthy lifestyles and longevity in the small village of Bapan, China, and how we can apply what he learned in Bapan to our own lives. About the Guest Dr. Day is a cardiologist and Medical Director of the Intermountain Heart Rhythm Specialists in Salt Lake City. He has published more than 100 medical studies and [Read More]

The Ancap Barber Shop – Brando the Other Ancap Barber

with AnCap Barber

That’s right folks, we actually have a barber on the show and we actually talk about cutting hair (and he’s actually an anarcho-capitalist). Don’t fear if barbering isn’t your thing, We go through Brandon’s barber journey as well as his struggles with drug addiction. Brandon has recently implemented ibogaine treatment to combat his addiction and the results are tremendous (he stopped using drugs). Listen to hear the full story! [Read More]

The Classical Liberal Podcast – Speaking Freely – Episode 15

with Alexander Shaw

In tonight's episode of Speaking Freely, we discuss Pilot Flying J's recent acquisition by Warren Buffet, updates on the Vegas shooting, and recent GOP bylaw changes. Vito Salgiano joins us to discuss his campaign for Congress District 2 TN. Learn more at speakingfreely.live Support us: www.patreon.com/speakingfreely Facebook: @speakingfreelylive Twitter: RECUROUSA [Read More]

Essential Libertarianism – Cultivate Your Own Garden – No Truck With Politics

with Rodger Paxton

Cultivate Your Own Garden – No Truck With Politics – EL007 Author: Carl Watner Original article location: http://voluntaryist.com/fundamentals/cultivate-your-own-garden-no-truck-with-politics [Read More]

Young Voices Podcast – Protect your right to privacy

with Daniel Pryor

Dan King covers issues surrounding the fourth amendment. Today he joined the Young Voices podcast to discuss long standing practices on the US border by Homeland Security, such as sweeping the phones and social media of people entering the country. In the wake of Las Vegas, there is renewed concern about monitoring potentially dangerous people. Dan explains why he is skeptical of the government ability to do this well. Follow Dan on Twitter @Kinger_liberty and Stephen @Stephen_Kent89 Find Young Voices [Read More]

Forward Tilt – The Value of the Unlevel Playing Field

with Isaac Morehouse

Level playing fields are important on a societal level, but when you are looking for places to invest your time and money, it's better to go where the field is tilted. This is obvious when you have the advantage, you maximize your chances for success and large returns, but even having the field titled against you can be better than a level playing field. In this week's Forward Tilt Isaac explains why an unlevel playing field is a great place [Read More]

The Jason Stapleton Program – Gun Control, Tax Reform, and Tom Petty

with Jason Stapleton

It’s another dark day. Frontman for the Heartbreakers, Tom Petty has died at age 66. 66!! That’s crazy! I have no idea if it was genetic or if he just burned the candle at both ends but he was an incredible talent, and it seems like he left this earth too early. We’ve got some additional information on the Vegas shooter. The motive is still elusive, but it appears he used a “Bump-Stock” to convert his semi-auto rifles into full-auto [Read More]

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