Notable Collections

Last Call By Free the People
We Are Libertarians
Kibbe On Liberty
Second Print Comics
On The Run Podcast with Remso W. Martinez
Underscored Podcast
Career Crashers Podcast
The Joey Clark Radio Hour
Another Podcast
Big L Podcast
Reality Check with Ben Swann
Dash News Podcast
The AnarchoChristian
One Free Family
Office Hours
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
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 Live at Freedom Fest Las Vegas Pick of the Week
The Charm Offensive
In The Garage: A Podcast About Making A Podcast

Newest podcasts

Last Call by Free The People – Ep 7 | The Supreme Court’s September Surprise

with Logan Albright

Free the People's Logan Albright and Mike Feuz discuss the Supreme Court vacancy left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing, court packing, and the media hysteria surrounding Trump's intention to fill the seat before the election. Conclusion: people get too worked up about the Supreme Court because those nine individuals just have too much power. [Read More]

Last Call by Free The People – Ep 6 | War on Restaurants

with Logan Albright

Free the People's Logan Albright, Mike Feuz, and Joel Davis get some dispatches from the great state of West Virginia. Joel runs a restaurant on the Ohio border, and explains some of the new rules they have to follow in light of the pandemic. While some survive, a huge number of landmark institutions are closing their doors forever as a result of regulations imposed from the top down. Joel also gives his views on the Black Lives Matter protests from [Read More]

Last Call by Free The People – Ep 5 | Woke Hollywood

with Logan Albright

Free the People's Logan Albright and Mike Feuz drift seamlessly from a discussion of Austrian economics to analyzing Hollywood's hypocrisy. Disney reveals its hypocrisy by pretending to care about human rights while simultaneously thanking the oppressive Chinese government in the credits for the new Mulan movie.  Also, the Oscars double down on political correctness by making inclusivity a requirement for a Best Picture nomination. [Read More]

Last Call by Free The People – Ep 4 | Libertarian Views on the Death Penalty

with Logan Albright

Free the People’s Logan Albright and Mike Feuz discuss the libertarian position on the death penalty. Well, not THE libertarian position, but A libertarian position. Or maybe two positions. Mike is a Catholic who has religious objections as well as political ones, while Logan’s points are largely secular in nature, but they both manage to reach the same conclusion in the end. [Read More]

Last Call by Free The People – Ep 3 | Bad Takes on Police Shootings

with Logan Albright

Free the People’s Logan Albright and Mike Feuz discuss the shooting of Jacob Blake and the ensuing riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Both the left and the right have some questionable opinions about the whole mess, which leaves our libertarian heroes without many ideological allies. Part of the problem is a real inability to communicate that seems to have become pervasive. But can it be fixed? [Read More]

Last Call by Free The People – Ep 2 | Who Needs the USPS?

with Logan Albright

Free the People’s Logan Albright and Trey Lowell talk about the recent controversy surrounding the United States Post Office. Is Donald Trump trying to sabotage the USPS to rig the election? Is the Post Office an inefficient government monopoly long past its “sell by” date? What are the potential pitfalls of mail-in voting? All this and more in this week’s Last Call. [Read More]

Last Call by Free The People – Ep 1 | Kamala Harris and Ron Paul

with Logan Albright

Free the People's Logan Albright and Mike Feuz get together for drinks to discuss the news of the week through a uniquely libertarian lens. This week, they ask what the Democrats see in Kamala Harris and discuss Matt Kibbe's recent interview with the living legend that is Dr. Ron Paul. [Read More]

We Are Libertarians – Social Media, Breonna Taylor Verdict, Amy Coney Barrett

with Chris Spangle

Chris Spangle, Harry Price, and Rhinehold discuss the benefits and harm of social media, the Breonna Taylor verdict, the selection of Amy Coney Barrett to replace RBG on the SCOTUS, and the preview a future episode on political legitimacy. Time Stamps: A Campaign to Watch – 00:02:30 Should we quit social media? – 00:17:21 The selection of Amy Coney Barrett – 00:42:57 The Death of Breonna Taylor – 00:57:25 Mainstream Media and Political Legitimacy – 01:45:58 [Read More]

Career Crashers – Founding a Company and Pitching Airbnb Before Turning 18 With James Kawas

with Isaac Morehouse

James Kawas is Co-Founder and CEO of The Selling Company, where he is working to change the way people sell their things. From a young age, James has thought outside the box about the way he works and creates. When he was 17, after already starting his first company, James wanted to meet Brian Chesky, so he created a side project idea for Airbnb, found emails for key employees at the company, and pitched them on it. They liked it [Read More]

Wealth, Power & Influence with Jason Stapleton – Trump’s Taxes and SCOTUS Nominee Amy Coney Barrett

with Jason Stapleton

Trump's Tax Returns and SCOTUS Nominee Amy Coney Barrett [Read More]

Underscored Podcast – 750 Is the Magic Number

with Daniel Pryor

We finally know more about Trump's taxes, and he didn't pay much. The NYT got their hands on Trump's tax returns and point to his 2016 federal income tax bill of only $750. Travis Nix joined Stephen Kent on Underscored to react to the news and explain how someone like Trump might end up in this situation on his taxes. [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – The Climate Lockdown Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

Justin and William witness an Ohio woman being tased over not wearing a mask, Spotify employees threatening to strike over Joe Rogan, and the possibility of climate lockdowns. [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – The Official Democrat Platform

with Tim Preuss

The best way to criticize a political party is to take apart their own arguments piece by piece, and what better way to do that than by reading their own party platform on air? Tim Preuss takes on the 92 page document bit by bit and shows the unfortunate overall theme – government, and more government is always the answer. [Read More]

Second Print Comics – The Pandemic Reading List: X Men, Batman and Deadpool, OH MY!

with Remso W. Martinez

In this week’s Second Print Comics adventure, Remso and Marc compare what comics were on their stack during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic to save their sanity and protect them from boredom. They look at Jonathan Hickman’s confusing X Men run, an under-the-radar Deadpool story from Rob Liefeld and spend an inordinate amount of time discussing Tom King by looking at his Batman run, Mister Miracle and the abysmal Heroes in Crisis. [Read More]

Gold Newsletter Podcast – How a Geologist Picks Mining Stocks

with Fergus Hodgson

Investing in mining companies without specialized knowledge can be daunting, but it is not impossible. Erika Sweeney, a geological engineer by training and investor by trade, shares tips for non-geologists. She stresses the importance of a project’s management team and its track record as starting points. This week in our Discovery Group segment, we interview the president and director of Bluestone Resources (TSX-V: BSR), Darren Klinck. We catch up on the firm’s Cerro Blanco gold project, which is entering the [Read More]

On the Run Podcast with Remso W. Martinez: Living In Interesting Times (Ft. Andrew Meyer)

with Remso W. Martinez

Andrew Meyer returns to talk with Remso about comics, politics, his life as a meme, and so much more. Also some predictions about the remainder of 2020 you don't want to miss! [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Jessica Katzenstein on the Militarization of American Police

with Scott Horton

Scott talks to Jessica Katzenstein from the Costs of War Project about her recent paper on the effects of America’s foreign wars on police militarization. She and Scott trace police militarization to the escalation of the war on drugs in the 1990s, when SWAT raids became especially prevalent. Today that trend has reached all-time highs, with Katzenstein estimating 60,000 raids per year. With so much military equipment being funneled to police departments from the military and Homeland Security, Scott describes [Read More]

Proven & Probable – Rover Metals | Is Now Drilling a Cabin Lake Gold Project

with Maurice Jackson

Judson Culter the CEO of Rover Metals down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable on the companies most comprehensive interview to date. Rover Metals is actively conducting a drill campaign in the Prolific Yellowknife District is known for having high-grade gold. Rover Metals host the Uptown Gold Project and the Cabin Lake Gold Project. The topic for today will be the Cabin Lake Gold Project which has a Historic Resources of 14 Grams Per Ton Gold. Mr. Culter will [Read More]

Economics Detective Radio – The Gender Salary Ask Gap with Nina Roussille

with Garrett Petersen

The gender ask gap measures the extent to which women ask for lower salaries than comparable men. This paper studies the role of the ask gap in generating wage inequality using novel data from, a leading online recruitment platform for full time engineering jobs in the United States. To use the platform, job candidates must post an ask salary, stating how much they want to make in their next job. Firms then apply to candidates by offering a bid [Read More]

Wealth, Power & Influence with Jason Stapleton – Jason & Matt Discuss The Color Revolution

with Jason Stapleton

Jason & Matt Discuss The Color Revolution [Read More]

Career Crashers – Finding Opportunities for Your Unique Talent Stack With John Britton

with Isaac Morehouse

John Britton is the founder of where he helps developers build the skills and experience they need to get hired and level up in their careers. In this episode, John’s shares his own career story, from how he dropped out of college to get started working in software development, to how he got hired with GitHub, and why he started John was able to create a great career and find opportunities by leaning into the combination of skills [Read More]

Kibbe On Liberty – Ep 87 | How to Bridge Our Toxic Political Divide | Guest: P.J. O’Rourke

with Matt Kibbe

Matt Kibbe sits down with P.J. O’Rourke, author of “A Cry from the Far Middle,” to talk about the polarization of 21st-century America. O’Rourke’s brand of commonsense centrism holds that it’s bad to give anyone too much power, especially the government, but that we’ve lost these basic truths as we spend more time on social media playing politics as a team sport. The problems that George Orwell warned us about have ultimately become self-inflicted, but that also means that we [Read More]

Second Print Comics – Maximum Carnage: Marvel’s Maximum Cash Grab

with Remso W. Martinez

“Maximum Carnage” was an epic 14-part 1993 crossover in which Spider-Man and “anti-hero” Venom, along with various other superheroes, team up to take on Venom’s murderous spawn, Carnage, who forms his own band of villains to wreak havoc on New York City. [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Tom Secker: How Homeland Security Controls Hollywood

with Scott Horton

Scott inverviews Tom Secker about the immense influence that the police, the military, the intelligence agencies and, especially, the Department of Homeland Security wield in Hollywood. Secker describes the complicated process required for a writer or producer to include any material about the U.S. security state apparatus in a movie or TV show, detailing just how much creative control these agencies demand in exchange for information, shooting locations and special equipment—in other words, all the things that are necessary to [Read More]

The Tatiana Show – Breaking Feedback Loops and Misinformation with Giacomo Zucco

with Tatiana Moroz

Tatiana & Josh are joined by technologist and entrepreneur Giacomo Zucco. Giacomo is based in Italy and starts by sharing his experience during the COVID-19 outbreak in one of the nations hardest-hit during the start of the pandemic. Giacomo & Josh talk about government responses to the crisis and why opposing tyranny during an emergency is critical. Giacomo discusses why the nature of government is to increase its own power and control, and how that can create a self-perpetuating cycle [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – The RIP RGB Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

Justin and William are joined by Kirk Wilcox to witness the CDC and masks, the 1776 Commission, and the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. [Read More]

On the Run Podcast with Remso W. Martinez: Talk Liberty To Me (Ft. Julia Geier)

with Remso W. Martinez

In our hyper-political climate, we seem to "talk at" each other instead of "talking to" each other, and even libertarians fall into this habit. Remso talks with the newest addition to the We Are Libertarians family, Julia Geier, about how she became a libertarian, what it was like to ditch public education as a teenager, and her newest project "Liberty Explained." [Read More]

Wealth, Power & Influence with Jason Stapleton – Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies: Here’s What’s Coming Next

with Jason Stapleton

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies: Here's What's Coming Next [Read More]

We Are Libertarians – Ruth Bader-Ginsburg’s Death, AG Barr, Woodward, and Princeton

with Chris Spangle

The Swamp, Explained” series, Chris Spangle and Rob Quartel go in-depth on how Washington works. In this episode, we discuss the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsburg and the nomination of a new justice’s effect on the race. We also discuss the controversies of Attorney General William Barr, the fallout of the Woodward book, and the Department of Education suing Princeton University. [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Tana Ganeva on the Death of Holly Barlow-Austin

with Scott Horton

Scott interviews Tana Ganeva about her recent article detailing the death of a woman due to medical neglect in one of America’s worst private jails. Holly Barlow-Austin, an HIV patient, was detained for violating probation starting in April, and within a few short months of brutal neglect, had died. Ganeva hopes to bring attention to this story and others like it through her reporting on private prisons and corrupt police departments. Discussed on the show: “In April, She Was Jailed [Read More]

Kinsella On Liberty – What is “the Law”? “Don’t Tread on Anyone”

with Stephan Kinsella

This is my appearance on Keith Knight’s Youtube show “Don’t Tread on Anyone” (Sept. 17, 2020), discussing a hodge-podge of issues. [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – Trump’s Wildfires

with Tim Preuss

Can we really blame climate change on a single person? To rational people, the answer is no. To the radical left, however, Donald Trump is to blame for all natural disasters, including wildfires in California, which have been going on for as long as we can remember. Tim resumes his normal position, which is that Trump doesn’t deserve credit or blame for most of what happens in America. It just the rational way to think. [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – The Cuties Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

Justin and William witness Los Angeles banning Halloween, California being on fire, and Kansas City fans booing performative social justice. They also discuss the controversy over Cuties on Netflix. [Read More]

Second Print Comics – Maximum Carnage, Maximum Cash Grab

with Remso W. Martinez

“Maximum Carnage” was an epic 14-part 1993 crossover in which Spider-Man and “anti-hero” Venom, along with various other superheroes, team up to take on Venom’s murderous spawn, Carnage, who forms his own band of villains to wreak havoc on New York City. This storyline became so much more, as it achieved huge sales numbers for Marvel Comics and became a pop-culture phenomenon, even inspiring a video game and theme park attraction. In todays Second Print Comics Podcast, Marc leads Remso [Read More]

Wealth, Power & Influence with Jason Stapleton – Radical Ideology or a Changing of the Times?

with Jason Stapleton

We’ve got a raucous show for you guys today! While we didn’t plan on having a debate, that’s basically where we ended up. Last week, one of the major trending news stories was the new Netflix movie Cuties, which rather graphically depicts the grooming and sexualization of 11-year-old girls. Even IMDb admitted the movies contained scenes that are lawfully defined as pedophilia — though that content warning has predictably been deleted. Elsewhere, Burger King released a "Love Conquers All" ad [Read More]

Kibbe On Liberty – Ep 86 | The Threat of Emergency Socialism | Guest: Sen. Mike Lee

with Matt Kibbe

Matt Kibbe sits down with Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) to discuss the upcoming series, “The Constitution: Line by Line.” Everywhere we look, we see government exceeding its authority, imposing harmful regulations, and delegating power to unfireable bureaucrats, or as the senator calls it, “emergency socialism.” As a scholar and student of the Constitution, Mike Lee is the perfect person to point out the importance of our nation’s founding document in defending liberty in 2020. [Read More]

Career Crashers – How Carlos Alfaro Created a Career by Talking about Ideas

with Isaac Morehouse

In this episode Isaac and Carlos talk about how that passion led him to dropping out of college and eventually to founding Arizona Talks. In this episode: Carlos’ experience in college and why he decided to drop out Working in politics and then transitioning to focus on non-profits The steps Carlos took to start Arizona Talks (a non-profit) and raise funding Why finding a clear way to explain your vision/mission is key Don’t try to speak to everyone, focus on [Read More]

On The Run Podcast with Remso Martinez – Don’t Be Frightened By Your Finances (Ft. Harrison Dunn)

with Remso W. Martinez

You don't have to have a degree from an ivy league school to strike it rich, its all about your attitude, and no one embodies that more than successful asset manager, self-taught financial whiz kid and businessman Harrison Dunn. From teaching himself the world of investing to understanding how money truly works, Remso and Harrison cover everything from financial literacy, to why financial literacy scares so many people. [Read More]

Gold Newsletter Podcast – Half a Century of Gold-Bug Wisdom

with Brien Lundin

The hard-money movement, particularly in the United States, has had a bumpy ride over the last decades—from gold being illegal to essential and the explosion of countless cryptocurrencies. For our 200th episode, we invited Gary Alexander, former editor of the Gold Newsletter in the 1980s, who recounted the evolution of the precious-metals industry and what lessons remain for new investors. This week in our Discovery Group segment, we interview the CEO of Valore Metals (TSX-V: VO), Jim Paterson, who shares [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Danny Sjursen: America in the Age of Endless War

with Scott Horton

Scott interviews Danny Sjursen about his new book, which chronicles his own story of disillusionment with America’s endless wars, in addition to outlining what he believes should be the new attitude of true American patriotism. He calls this type of patriotism “patriotic dissent,” explaining that when one’s country has become an empire of military adventurism founded on lies, the truly patriotic thing to do is to oppose these trends. Part of the way he does so is by offering historical [Read More]

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