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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

You, Me, and BTC – The 3 Biggest Struggles Bitcoin And Bitcoiners Face Today

with Daniel Brown

More: This is episode 220 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. Bitcoin is cool AF, but it’s not all rainbows and daisies. Being a Bitcoiner can be tough. These days we have deadly transaction fees, clunky software, crashing exchanges, and so much more crap to deal with. It’s rough out there. Today’s show is all about these struggles. We’ll share which ones seem to be the absolute worst and how we’ve personally experienced them. [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – Belichick Your Premises – Fired Before The Two Minute Warning

with Justin M. Lesniewski

Justin and Daniel discuss the results of the Divisional round of the playoffs as well as Daniel's experience attending the Titans Patriots game. [Read More]

The Justin Mohr Show – Gold, The Dollar and Bitcoin/Cryptocurrencies: Where should you invest?

with Justin Mohr

The dollar is at a 3 year low while gold is up 7% in the last 30 days. Bitcoin is off about 25% from its record high. 2018 is off to a crazy start but it seems that this may be a fantastic year for gold. Granted the stock market keeps hitting new highs but think of it this way…What’s the best way to position yourself in terms of risk to reward? The clear winner is GOLD!! Gold is still [Read More]

Office Hours – Getting What You Want, What Is Too Personal, and Learning to Execute Ideas

with Isaac Morehouse

This week on Office Hours, TK and Isaac talk about the popular but misguided approach by most popular “How to get what you want” advice, when is a blog post TMI, and learning how to follow through with ideas. Questions: - How do you know if your blog posts are TMI? How do you balance writing about personal topics with writing where coworkers and potential future employers might read it? - How do I become more than just an idea [Read More]

Essential Libertarianism – H.L. Mencken on Public Education

with Rodger Paxton

H.L. Mencken on Public Education [Read More]

Economics Detective – Emerging Technologies with Zach and Kelly Weinersmith

with Garrett Petersen

This episode of the podcast features two guests, Zach and Kelly Weinersmith. Zach is the author of SMBC Comics, a popular webcomic that sometimes deals with advanced concepts in science, philosophy, economics, and other fields. Kelly is a professor in the Biosciences department of Rice University. Together they co-authored Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything. To quote the book’s description, In this smart and funny book, celebrated cartoonist Zach Weinersmith and noted researcher Dr. Kelly Weinersmith give [Read More]

Proven & Probable – Riverside Resources

with Maurice Jackson

Riverside Resources [Read More]

The Freedom Report – Will the Trump/Bannon Feud Enable Ben Shapiro and Austin Petersen’s Alliance?

with Austin Petersen

The new Fire and Fury book has set Washington ablaze in palace intrigue, culminating in the ouster of Steve Bannon from President Trump's good graces. But more important than the personality politics are the principles involved, and the policy outcomes from a president who is beholden to no one special interest or ideology. Will it result in a wave election of principled candidates who are free to advance the principles of liberty? DailyWire founder Ben Shapiro and Republican senate candidate [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – James Carden on the popularity of non-interventionism and the new Cold War

with Scott Horton

James Carden returns to the show to discuss his latest article “A New Poll Shows the Public Is Overwhelmingly Opposed to Endless US Military Interventions.” Carden breaks down the different findings of the poll, including that a vast majority of people think military intervention should be used only as a last resort, that a preponderance of people think that military aid to foreign countries is counterproductive, and that there’s particular antipathy directed at support for Saudi Arabia. Scott and Carden [Read More]

The Tatiana Show – Robert Viglione Charles Hoskinson Jun Dam

with Tatiana Moroz

Tatiana interviews Robert Viglione & Charles Hoskinson & Jun Dam - Robert Viglione is a Co-founder of ZenCash, a privacy-oriented cryptocurrency hyperfocused on usability, and President of the Zen Blockchain Foundation where I'm helping "Uberize" finance, create a freer, fairer, and nicer world by bringing fintech to the disenfranchised, and pioneer decentralized blockchain-based systems of governance. - Charles Hoskinson is a Colorado based technology entrepreneur and mathematician. He attended Metropolitan State University of Denver and University of Colorado at Boulder [Read More]

Remso Republic – Nick Freitas Explains “Liberty Rising”

with Remso W. Martinez

Friend of the show Delegate Nick Freitas joins the program to discuss his widely publicized race for US Senate in 2018. A liberty conservative and Republican representative not afraid to go toe-to-toe with progressives in either party, it is no surprise that those who crave liberty in our time are coming together to help Freitas not simply win his party's nomination this summer, but help him defeat professional crony Tim Kaine in the 2018 general election. We discuss his road [Read More]

The Isaac Morehouse Podcast – How Cryptocurrency Can Improve Content, with Ryan X. Charles

with Isaac Morehouse

Ryan X Charles is the co-founder and CEO of, a social media platform that uses cryptocurrency micropayments to incentive creators and support better content. Ryan has a fascinating backstory of leaving academia and diving headfirst into Cryptocurrency. In this episode, Isaac and Ryan talk about that backstory, his time at Reddit, the origin story of Yours, and how Yours is helping to improve content on the internet. Topics Discussed: What the X means in Ryan X Charles What got [Read More]

Resist The Empire – The Last Jedi Full Spoiler Review

with Brian McQuade

The Last Jedi Full Spoiler Review We’re gonna break down The Last Jedi in the best chronological order we can, we’ll give you the ups and downs, funny stories and other tidbits. We take the movie from start to finish and break it down as only we can, from easter eggs we saw or found, to politics, to emotional connections. What was Luke’s door made out of on his hut in Ach-to? What was the sex of the Porg that [Read More]

Young Voices Podcast – The Cult of the Presidency & Oprah

with Daniel Pryor

Speculation around a Oprah candidacy in 2020 in swirling!! In this special episode the entire Young Voices staff convenes to share thoughts on the pros and cons of Oprah as president. Some stances may surprise you! Follow the Young Voices staff on Twitter @CaseyJGiven @LizzyWol @LucyStag and @Stephen_Kent89 [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – Exclusive Black Satoshi Interview This Rapper Got Coin Like Mario

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 218 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. Today’s episode is extra special. We get to sit down with one of the hottest new crypto rappers in the world, 88N8. This dude recently dropped one of the coolest Bitcoin raps we’ve ever heard so we just had to get him on the show. He’s the black Satoshi and he got coin like Mario. Honestly, we’re gonna have a blast. 88N8 will share how [Read More]

Power & Market Report – Gold, Energy Metals, Cryptos and Mega-Trends

with Albert Lu

View the original presentation (with slides) here: For information on the Money Cruise visit: Rick Rule (moderator) discusses the prospects for gold, mining companies, crypto-currencies and more with panelists Mike Burnick, Sean Brodrick, Byron King and Brien Lundin. [Read More]

The Justin Moore Show – Jeff Sessions goes after states that have legalized Marijuana

with Justin Mohr

Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, has rescinded the Cole memo and now has his own memo that will indeed go after the states that have legalized marijuana. One of the few good things Obama did as president was that he actually let states nullify federal laws against marijuana. Now here comes the republicans, these guys who think their some small government types who say they love the free market, they’re full of it! Both parties love their own form of Big [Read More]

Ancap Barber Shop – Dash and Trump’s Twitter part 2

with AnCap Barber

Hey Guys! It’s time for the Ancap Barber Shop yet again! Co-host Adam is absent for this episode, so Scott, Dave and Tanner take it away. They’ve moved back to Scott’s house due to the harsh Alabama cold driving them out of Adam’s loft. For the first climate controlled episode in quite a while the ancap barber boys will be discussing Dash and Trump’s twitter (yet again). The Ancap Barber Shop is starting a book club! We’ll begin with “Anatomy [Read More]

Essential Libertarianism – The Power of Non-violent Resistance

with Rodger Paxton

THE POWER OF NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE  by Jerry M. Tinker Original article location: [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Peter Van Buren on the end of Iraq War 3—and the history of the Iraq War

with Scott Horton

Heroic whistleblower Peter Van Buren returns to the Scott Horton Show to discuss his latest piece for the American Conservative, “2017: The Year the Iraq War Truly Ended.” Van Buren explains what he means by “the war is over” and why it doesn’t mean there won’t be continued conflict for locals in Iraq. Van Buren then discusses how he categorizes each of the different phases of the Iraq War, which has been going on for three decades. So what happens [Read More]

Office Hours – What About the Social Value of College?

with Isaac Morehouse

Questions: - Is the social value of college unique to that environment? Can you replicate it outside of college? - What if you aren’t an entrepreneurial self-starter, should you go to college? Topics Discussed: - A great iTunes review - All problems are knowledge problems - Moral knowledge vs. pragmatic knowledge - Answers to questions you don’t have aren’t valuable - Is college actually valuable socially? - Age segregation in school - Do people go to college for the social [Read More]

Kinsella On Liberty – Mises UK Podcast – Bitcoin Ownership and the Global Withering of the State

with Stephan Kinsella

This is my appearance on the Jan. 9, 2018 episodeof the Mises UK Podcast, with host Andy Duncan. From his shownotes: On the fourth episode of the MisesUK.Org Podcast, Andy Duncan discusses with Stephan Kinsella the concept, theory, and practice of Bitcoin ownership, amongst other topics, which include the use of Bitcoin as money, the comparison between gold and Bitcoin, and the possible collapse of states everywhere due to the current monetary revolution which states may have been too slow to [Read More]

Economics Detective Radio – Indian Constitutional Political Economy and the Bhopal Gas Tragedy

with Garrett Petersen

My guest on this episode is Shruti Rajagopalan of the State University of New York’s Purchase College. We discuss Shruti’s work on constitutional political economy as it relates to India. We start by talking about the Indian constitution. India got its independence in 1947 and ratified a constitution shortly after in 1949. Interestingly, it is the most amended constitution in the world. Shruti argues “that the formal institutions of socialist planning were fundamentally incompatible with the constraints imposed by the [Read More]

Proven & Probable – JAYANT BHANDARI – Fanaticism, Quality Names, and Arbitrage

with Maurice Jackson

Jayant Bhandari the host of the highly acclaimed Capitalism & Morality sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven & Probable to discuss Fanaticism, Novo Resources, Irving Resources, and Arbitrage Opportunities. Mr. Bhandari shares with listeners a growing concern he sees in India with religious fanaticism and the affects it will have on the country.  Comparisons are made with Pakistan, which took the same path and has resulted in the lack of reasoning now being demonstrated in these societies.  We shift [Read More]

The Isaac Morehouse Podcast – “Your next Government?” With Tom Bell

with Isaac Morehouse

Tom W. Bell is a lawyer, author, and professor focused on the future of legal systems and government. Whether it is Seasteading, double democracy, or special economic zones, Tom is at the cutting edge for ideas about the future of government. In this episode, we dive deep into his new book “Your Next Government? From the Nation State to Stateless Nations” and the evolution of government through history and into the future. [Read More]

Remso Republic – Truth In Journalism w/ Stephanie Hamill

with Remso W. Martinez

El Chapo, Sean Penn, Roy Moore, Oh my! Citizen journalism is great until it runs amok and everyone starts screaming “fake news!” and in this episode we break down the evolution of today’s media environment to understand where we are and how we got here, and we found the perfect person to discuss that with, One America News Network’s Stephanie Hamill! Stephanie Hamill currently serves as political reporter/commentator and producer of the “Daily Ledger Show”, on The One America News [Read More]

The LAVA Flow – New Year, New Laws 2018

with Rodger Paxton

As with every year, there are a ton of new laws around the country starting on January 1st. I take a look at these and decide if it is a good or bad year for liberty. What's in the News with stories on government banning drivers, government banning bulletproof glass, Canada recreational cannabis, government being sued, cop deaths down, and cops kill an unarmed man. And, and Ancap Apps segment on Edward Snowden's new app, Haven. This episode is brought to [Read More]

Young Voices Podcast – Defending Our Institutions in 2018

with Daniel Pryor

2017 was a rocky one for world governments, particularly western democracies. Jerrod Laber studies these trends and writes about them in outlets such as the Washington Examiner, The American Conservative and The Federalist. He joins the podcast today to talk with Stephen about what we should expect in terms of political unrest and volatility in the new year. Follow Jerrod on Twitter @JerrodALaber Young Voices @yvadv and Stephen Kent @stephen_kent89 Leave us a review on iTunes, Stitcher or GooglePlay where this podcast can be found and email [email protected] [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – All About Us And Some Scam Talk

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 216 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. First of all, he’s BAAAAAACK! After a few weeks of running around the country, Daniel Brown is back in the hotseat and ready to talk Bitcoin. Don’t miss the big return! For today’s show, we’ll do something a little different. We decided it might be fun to share all kinds of tidbits about ourselves, the history of YMB, and how we run things around here. [Read More]

The Ancap Barber Shop Holiday Special

with AnCap Barber

After finishing up our first year of producing this show, and mere months after launching our Patreon campaign, we are 28% of the way to our first milestone of $100 per episode. We would like to extend a huge thank you to Bruce, our newest patron at the Executive Contour level! People like Bruce make this show possible! Here’s a quick reminder of the perks you can receive by supporting us through Patreon: Buzzcut For $1 an episode, you get access to [Read More]

Office Hours – Self-Deception, Signaling, and Finding a Tribe

with Isaac Morehouse

Questions: - How do I find my tribe? - Should you be careful when sharing self-help advice? Topics Discussed: - The fear of failing alone - Our capacity for self-deception - Breaking norms - Parents motivation for sending kids to college [Read More]

Proven & Probable – MICKEY FULP – Tax Loss Selling, Base Metals, and Precious Metals

with Maurice Jackson

Mickey Fulp the Mercenary Geologist sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to revisit the virtues of a proven methodology that he has employed with regards to tax loss selling.  Mickey shares how to be selective in buying particular issuers within a specific date range that have produced fairly consistent returns rangin from 10% up to 50%!  Mickey also shares the best value proposition he sees in 2018 in base metals as he discusses Copper, Lead, Zinc, and [Read More]

Economics Detective Radio – The Elephant in the Brain, Hidden Motives, and Self-Deception

with Garrett Petersen

Robin Hanson returns to the podcast to discuss his new book, The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life, co-authored with Kevin Simler. As the subtitle suggests, the book looks at humans’ hidden motives. Robin argues that these hidden motives are much more prevalent than our conscious minds assume. We are not conscious of the vast majority of the functions of our brains. This extends beyond the most basic things our brains do (such as commanding our hearts [Read More]

The Isaac Morehouse Podcast – Robin Hanson on ‘The Elephant in the Brain’

with Isaac Morehouse

Robin Hanson is a professor of economics at George Mason University. He is the author of The Age of Em and co-author of the new book The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life which is a facilitating look into the real reasons that motivate people and society. In this episode, Isaac and Robin dive into some of the ideas from Elephant in the Brain and unravel the reasons why people continue to do things that don’t seem [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Derek Davison on the latest neocon plans for confronting Iran

with Scott Horton

Derek Davison returns to the show to discuss his latest article, “Clean Break II: Iran Hawks Decide To Burn It All Down.” Davison details the latest neoconservative nightmare, explains his fear that Donald Trump is being quickly coopted by the neoconservatives, and considers what might happen if the U.S. walks away from the deal. Derek Davison is a freelance writer. His work appears at LobeLog and Jacobin. Learn more about his work at his site And That’s The Way It [Read More]

The Freedom Report – Campaign Update + Religious Liberty + Thoughts on Trump

with Austin Petersen

Missouri Republican US Senate Candidate Austin Petersen gives a campaign update while on holiday break. Petersen discusses his thoughts on major issues of the day, the state of his campaign for liberty in Missouri, and his thoughts on President Trump and the Republican Party. [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – Tim Baker’s Bitcoin Grab Bag For The New Year

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 214 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. Happy New Year! The holidays are still going hard so our special episodes just keep coming. This time both Daniel and Zack are out of commission, so you get the crappiest host of all, Tim Baker. Supposedly, today’s show will be all about Bitcoin in the New Year. But you know you can’t trust Tim so honestly, whatever happens happens. Tune in tonight at 9PM [Read More]

Borderless Podcast – What does the Trump Plan, Vacation Rentals and Bitcoin Mean for Your Taxes?

with James Guzman

In this podcast I spoke to Grace Taylor of Gracefully Expat. After cutting her teeth in the big accounting firms she recently went solo and now helps individuals with expat finance and tax strategy. We discuss: Misconceptions about the foreign earned income exclusion. The Trump tax plan. At what point you need to contact a tax professional that specializes in working with Expats. The Tax Free Tour – (vpro backlight documentary – 2013) Her transition to being self-employed. Tips for [Read More]

The Power & Market Report – James Rickards – Powell Will Do Exactly What Yellen Would Do

with Albert Lu

James Rickards is the bestselling author of Currency Wars, The Death of Money, The New Case for Gold, and The Road to Ruin. Interview Highlights [0:55] Update on N. Korea -- A war is not priced into the market. Is it a real possibility? [8:05] How important is the language coming out of the White House? [12:05] Is Jerome Powell a surprise choice for Fed Chairman? [20:30] Will Powell be 'innovative' with policy? [24:00] Are bond yields providing a good [Read More]

Office Hours – Calling Yourself an Entrepreneur, Leaving a Job, and Committing to Curiosity

with Isaac Morehouse

Questions: - I’ve been working at my current job for two years and want to leave my job without burning any bridges? - Can following your curiosity go to far? Topics Discussed: - Is the title “entrepreneur” being devalued - Your identity and what your job is - Sharing things that interest you - How do maintain a good relationship with your employer when leaving a job - Using the golden rule to answer your own questions - Having a [Read More]

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