Notable Collections

Unapologetic w/Tiana Dalichov
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

You, Me, And BTC – Florida Man Steals Power To Mine Webster Defines Blockchain

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 233 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. The infamous Florida Man strikes again! This time, he was caught stealing electricity from the Department of Citrus (his employer). LOL. We’ll share the details and have a laugh on tonight’s stream. Plus: Webster finally added “cryptocurrency,” “blockchain,” and “ICO” to their dictionary. How well did they define those tough terms? We’ll find out. And to wrap things up, we’ll touch on Circle Invest. It’s [Read More]

The Justin Mohr Show – Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminum

with Justin Mohr

President Trump recently announced a new 25% tariff on steel and 10% tariff on aluminum imports. Tariffs are a horrible policy and protectionism doesn’t work! It might save a few jobs in the very short term but long term it’s a major job killer! Protectionism makes our companies less innovative and actually leads to U.S. companies being less competitive overseas! This is exactly what we don’t need right now! Tariffs cause a lot of intended consequences and I mention many [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – The Inclusion Riders Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

Justin and Daniel witness Inclusion Riders, the FBI using the Geek Squad as informants, doin' it for the Gram, and the battle between smug liberals and conservative trolls. Justin also finally reviews Black Panther. [Read More]

The LAVA Spurt – Rodger on LILDL

with Rodger Paxton

Rodger was on the Lions of Liberty show, Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor! [Read More]

The Power & Market Report – Focus with Rick Rule and Doug Casey: Golden Goose Nesting Soundly

with Albert Lu

Experience can be a great teacher with many difficult lessons to impart. The marketplace has its seasons that bring both expected and abnormal patterns. Sprott U.S. Holdings Inc.'s President and CEO, Rick Rule, spoke to veteran investor and market economist, Doug Casey. Rick and Doug offer colorful insights into a variety of intriguing topics that will leave you with as many questions as answers. With decades of experience in the commodity markets it can be an easier feat to weather [Read More]

The Jason Stapleton Program – What Trump’s Tillerson Firing Means for the Administration and the Country

with Jason Stapleton

Today Trump announced he has fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and replaced him with CIA director Mike Pompeo. This should not shock you. Tillerson and Trump have been at odds practically from day one. Tilleson even went so far as to call the president a moron. It was silly to think you could put two power brokers like this together and not have problems. Tillerson is the former CEO of Exxon Mobile. And he didn’t start at the top. [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Sheldon Richman on Trump’s Tariffs

with Scott Horton

Executive editor of the Libertarian Institute Sheldon Richman returns to the show to discuss Trump’s new tariffs on steel and aluminum. According to Richman the major damage of Trump’s tariffs will be felt by downstream producers and the disruption to the price system. Richman details how, contrary to popular belief, technology has increased factory output in the United States while reducing factory jobs—and that the Chinese, the Mexicans, etc. are scapegoats for useful idiots. Richman then tears apart the argument [Read More]

Essential Libertarianism – Non-Voting

with Rodger Paxton


The LAVA Flow – Trump’s Totalitarian Trifecta

with Rodger Paxton

Trump has gone full-on totalitarian and authoritarian in a trifecta of comments and actions. Are you surprised? What's in the News with stories on square root guns, banks scared of crypto, coward cops update, lost money, and US arming ISIS. Also, an Ancap Apps update on why I no longer recommend Tor Browser. Finally, a #NHItsLikeThisToo with some news on liberty in the state! This episode is brought to you by ZenCash, a cryptocurrency that infuses privacy, anonymity, and security done [Read More]

Proven & probable – JERICHO OIL | Drilling in the Lowest Cost Play

with Maurice Jackson

JERICHO OIL | Drilling in the Lowest Cost Play [Read More]

Remso Republic – Kelley Vlahos Discusses The Conservative Anti-War Movement

with Remso W. Martinez

This week Kelley Vlahos from The American Conservative joins the program to discuss the anti-war movement and the conservative roots that sometimes get lost in the muck of media spin and lost history in this commercial free episode. [Read More]

Anarchochristian Podcast – Tolkien and The Most Improper Job

with Rodger Paxton

What was it that J.R.R. Tolkien called “the most improper job for any man?” In this episode, we will dive into a letter he wrote that contains profound observations on government, anarchism, and the Christian. Articles and Podcasts mentioned:…mproper-job/…hristiancom/…eekly-ac004/ Support the show! Find us on the web! Subscribe today, and don’t miss an episode! iTunes:…ian/id1339744391 Google Play:…bqnhliq22xjnhvqpu Stitcher: Android:… YouTube: [Read More]

Young Voices Podcast – Real talk on merit-based immigration

with Daniel Pryor

Bradley Polumbo is a Young Voices Advocate at UMass who recently wrote in Rare about the issue of immigration. He writes: “So what’s the real reason Trump, and some Republicans, are so willing to embrace big government to keep “unskilled” immigrants out? Consider the fact that our president pushed the conspiracy that former President Obama wasn’t born in the US, once called for a blanket ban on Muslims entering the country, and was sued for housing discrimination against black people—it [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – Twitter Bans Bitcoin Sec Threatens Exchanges More With Guest Host Trollcoin

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 232 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. It’s been a wild week. There’s so much to cover and we’ll get right to it. First of all, the Bitcoin price crumbled a bit recently. It’s probably due to an SEC announcement suggesting that crypto exchanges will have to register. Papers please! Also this week, Twitter shut down @Bitcoin for awhile. The Bcash account was probably deemed to have been impersonating a Bitcoin account [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – The Body Issues Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

The guys witness hating body order making you an authoritarian, CNN reporting on an Instagram post, and millenials being the fattest generation. Justin also reviews Death Wish. [Read More]

The Gold Newsletter Podcast – The Fundamental Value of Cryptocurrencies

with Brien Lundin

So many people have gotten rich in the early years of cryptocurrencies, but are the returns all realized? Why are cryptocurrencies worth your time, and why do they command market value? They do not pay interest or dividends, so Adam Dubove of Members Only—based in Buenos Aires, Argentina—explains how to engage in a buy-and-hold approach. He makes the point that cryptocurrencies enable peer-to-peer transactions, overcoming the conventional banking system. However, with so many on the market now, including 25 with [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Peter Van Buren on Trump’s decision to meet with Kim Jung-Un

with Scott Horton

Peter Van Buren returns to the show to discuss Donald Trump’s decision to meet with Kim Jung-Un to open relations between the United States and North Korea. Van Buren explains why he thinks this is a monumental decision and why there’s real reason for (cautious) optimism and wonders whether this could be Trump’s Nixon-goes-to-China moment. Van Buren then addresses the number one issue on the table: is North Korea actually willing to discuss giving up their nuclear weapons? Van Buren [Read More]

One Free Family – Kids Learn Through Making Decisions

with Rodger Paxton

How do we balance letting children guide their own habits and activities versus intervening in their diet, activities, and habits in an effort to mitigate developing unhealthy habits? This is a question we received from Bobby H. in the Pax Libertas Productions Fan Group and we loved this question, so here we go! This is a struggle for all parents, of course. Trust is a major key in this, and that is tough for people first moving into peaceful parenting. It’s [Read More]

The Jason Stapleton Program – North Korea Announces Plans to Drop It’s Nuke Program

with Jason Stapleton

You know, I’ve spoken a lot about North Korea and my belief that they are “rational actors” and not a crazy rouge nation. But for a moment today, I called that belief into question. Lucky for me I quickly realized I am (of course) right. (was there ever any doubt) Support the show! Become a member: I haven’t figured out the WHY yet, but I know North Korea will not be giving up its nuclear program. To do so [Read More]

Proven & Probable – JAYANT BHANDARI – Trump Got It Right On Africa

with Maurice Jackson

JAYANT BHANDARI - Trump Got It Right On Africa [Read More]

Essential Libertarianism – Voluntaryist Critics of State Education Part 2

with Rodger Paxton


Welcome To The Midside – The Male Entitlement Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

The guys witness the political opinions of the Parkland survivors, the claim that Donald Trump is the worst president ever, and an article saying that the attempt to colonize Mars is the ultimate form of male entitlement. Justin also reviews the television remake of Heathers. [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – Segwit Adoption Spikes Bill Gates Causes Death More

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 231 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. After years of arguing, months of implementation, and ages of educating users, SegWit is finally taking off. About 30% of all Bitcoin transactions now use the new tech and that number is growing steadily. What’s causing the uptick? How much of a difference does this make anyway? Tune in for more details and our thoughts on the whole situation! Also this week, we have to [Read More]

Gold Newsletter Podcast – Value Investing

with Fergus Hodgson

Volatility and velocity are two words that are now an integral part of the market watcher’s vocabulary. February is a short month but wild swings in the market have been fast and furious. With so many swift moves in such a short period of time the passive investor has more than one reason to come out of hibernation. [Read More]

The Power & Market Report – Alternative Investments

with Albert Lu

With price-to-earnings ratios so high and interest rates so low, there is a compelling case for entering alternative investments, but where does one start? Donald Chambers literally designed the course for CAIA, the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association, and he will be releasing his next book at the upcoming CFA conference in Hong Kong. He holds a PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and he is professor emeritus at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania. In particular, he [Read More]

Remso Republic – Spanking City Hall w/ Author Melyssa Hubbard

with Remso W. Martinez

The real story of the Tea Party is far from what the press show, and in Indiana a rare situation took Melyssa Hubbard from dominatrix in a dungeon to Tea Party leader in the streets. [Read More]

One Free Family – Creating Better Connections

with Rodger Paxton

What are our real goals in all of our connections with our kids? We dive into what we really focus on with each interaction with our kids. How can we build a stronger connection to our kids? Will this next decision deepen our connection with our child or will it chip away at that connection? This is a lens we try to look through during our interactions. [Read More]

Proven & Probable – FISSION URANIUM – The Best Undeveloped Uranium Asset In The World

with Maurice Jackson

Ross McElroy, P. GEOL. the President, COO, and Chief Geologist of Fission Uranium sits down with Proven & Probable to discuss their latest press release entitled: "Fission Increases Indicated Resource; Doubles Inferred Resource", which addresses the Triple R Deposit located in the Athabasca of Canada. Mr. McElroy provides an update on the new Inferred and Indicted Resource numbers. In addition, the shareholders will receive an update on the Pre Feasibility Study. We also identify the value proposition for current and [Read More]

Economics Detective – EconTalk, Intellectual Honesty, and Adam Smith with Russ Roberts

with Garrett Petersen

Today’s guest is Russ Roberts, host of the quintessential economics podcast EconTalk. (If you haven’t heard EconTalk, go subscribe to it right now, because it is excellent!) We discuss EconTalk’s role in the economics profession, the things Russ has learned in the course of making it, the importance of intellectual honesty, and the enduring insights of Adam Smith. [Read More]

The Tatiana Show – Juliet Annerino & Dan Novaes

with Tatiana Moroz

Tatiana interviews Juliet Annerino & Dan Novaes - Juliet Annerino is an editorial and copywriter, playwright, international chanteuse, and composer. She writes contention the blockchain space for KrowdMentor based in Los Angeles and Bloc-Worx based in London. Recent projects she has contributed to include: TaaS (Token as a Service), Hacken, d10e (international disruptive platform convention), BIC (Blockchain Investors Consortium), Propy and Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (The world’s first nationally regulated blockchain exchange). - Dan Novaes is a Co-Founder, CEO of Current [Read More]

The Classical Liberal Podcast – Time Travelers, Cruz control, and UN cease fire

with Alexander Shaw

On this episode, Alex gives you his weekly Monday recap and some other crazy stories from last week. [Read More]

The Jason Stapleton Program – The End of Obamacare is in Sight. The Free Market Will Win

with Jason Stapleton

Idaho is laying the groundwork to wrestle way the insurance market from the stranglehold Obamacare has had on it. Thanks to Congress finally ending the individual mandate requiring you to purchase insurance, the Governor of Idaho was able to loosen restrictions on insurance companies allowing them to come up with more creative, low-cost ways to provide insurance. What this means is more options with plans that offer fewer benefits but at a significantly reduced price. Become a JSP Member: [Read More]

Essential Libertarianism – Voluntaryist Critics of State Education Part 1

with Rodger Paxton


The LAVA Flow – Coward Cop

with Rodger Paxton

A cowardly cop really has my jimmies rustled this week, and my blood is boiling. What's in the News with stories on crypto deregulation, taxation is theft, porn is a health risk but apparently, alcohol for fetuses is not, and homelessness is not a crime! And, another Ask Me Anything where I get caught up on your questions. This episode is brought to you by ZenCash, a cryptocurrency that infuses privacy, anonymity, and security done right. Also brought to you by NordVPN, the fastest, easiest [Read More]

Gold Newsletter Podcast – How to Spot a Bubble

with Fergus Hodgson

As much as many of us want to believe in the efficient-market hypothesis—that all information is embedded in the price—turmoil and the business cycle continue to challenge the notion of completely rational markets. The question then is, how does one know when there is a market bubble and, perhaps more important, when it will pop? Daniel Lacalle of Spain, now based in the United Kingdom, is a prolific author and commentator on economics and finance. Also a certified international investment [Read More]

Remso Republic – For Greater Liberty w/ Cynthia Dunbar

with Remso W. Martinez

There is a lack of backbone in the Republican Party despite the great effort of many conservatives and libertarians and a historic majority in federal and state governments. Has the GOP stopped caring about individual liberty? Cynthia Dunbar thinks she can help (Ron Paul believes she can!) push them back in that direction if she can get sent to Congress this year! [Read More]

Liberty Entrepreneurs Podcast – How Blockchain Enables Peer-2-Peer Lending in Mexico

with Ashe Whitener

Big banks (aka the Banking Cartel) has been able to push us around for too long. With their close ties to the mafia, I mean the government, and their access to monopolized fiat money rails (SWIFT, etc)…we have had nearly no choice to build, store and transact our wealth in terms of money. Sure, we could use cash, but that’s really inconvenient and not congruent with our 21st century, digital world. Let’s face it, we’ve been pushed in to a [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Kaye unveils report about U.S. use of biological weapons in Korea

with Scott Horton

Author of “Cover Up at Guantanamo,” Jeffery Kaye joins Scott to discuss his article “The Long-suppressed Korean War Report on U.S. Use of Biological Weapons Released At Last.” Kaye details the use of different biological weapons during the Korean War, including newly confirmed claims that have been suppressed for decades. Kaye then describes the lengths he had to travel to see the evidence of U.S. biological warfare firsthand in his attempt to corroborate different sources. Lastly Scott and Kaye discuss [Read More]

One Free Family – Creating a Nutrient Rich Environment

with Rodger Paxton

Unschooling is so often defined by what it isn’t, but it’s so much more than “not school.” In this episode, James and Taylor dive into some ways to create a nutrient-rich learning environment that expands our kids’ worldviews while also giving them space and support to go deeper on their existing interests. [Read More]

The Anarchochristian Podcast – A Conversation with Liberty Weekly

with Rodger Paxton

Episode 4 is a special episode for AnarchoChristian. Patrick with Liberty Weekly asked me to join him for a YouTube livestream to talk about AnarchoChristian, Liberty, and Morality. If you didn’t catch it live, I’m happy to include it on the podcast. What did you think of our discussion? What are your thoughts on liberty and morality? Let me know on our website, YouTube, and social media pages! Our conversation was originally posted here:…anarchochristian [Read More]

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