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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

Proven & Probable – DNI Metals – Vohitsara Project Infrastructure and Drilling Updates

with Maurice Jackson

In this latest episode: Dan Wier, the Executive Chairman for DNI Metals sits down with Proven and Probable to provide shareholders updates on the Flagship Project Vohitsara located in Madagascar. Specifically, shareholders will have the latest updates on mapping, roads, drilling, and trenching as Mr. Weir walks shareholders through the latest mapping updates. [Read More]

Young Voices Podcast – Tim Joslyn joins the Young Voices team

with Daniel Pryor

The Young Voices podcast returns after a brief break! Today we’re talking to Tim Joslyn, the new public relations intern at Young Voices DC office. Tim is with us for the summer and we wanted to introduce him to you. We talk about libertarianism, moderation, gerrymandering and more! [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Gareth Porter on how Obama’s CIA backed al Qaeda in Syria

with Scott Horton

Gareth Porter returns to discuss his important new article, “How the US Armed Terrorists in Syria,” the evidence, former-CIA Director Petraeus pushed the scheme to arm rebels in Syria, leading to the rise of Islamic State and the current war there. [Read More]

The Justin Mohr Show – Cutting taxes and still growing the size of government isn’t the answer! We need to actually cut the size of government!

with Justin Mohr

With the republicans in charge on Capitol hill, it seems we might just get some tax reform. Many republicans seem to think that if we can just cut taxes we can get the economy booming and the debt problem we have right now will be no more. This view sounds all well and good but if republicans are really thinking cutting taxes and at the same time growing the size of government will make things better, they are delusional! All [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – The Pre-Teen Rebellion Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

Justin and James are joined by Midsider Katrina to discuss the attack on Republican baseball practice in DC, pre-teens wearing MAGA hats, and the worrisome reason production on this season of Bachelor in Paradise has been suspended. [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – ETH Traders Forced to Sell Near $0, SegWit2x via NYA, & More

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 180 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. “Just lost 3k in the blink of an eye.” That’s the depressing sentiment shared by a royally screwed Ethereum trader this week. Network congestion (probably) led to a significant ETH selloff, which led to cascading stop orders on the exchanges, which led to automatic ETH trades at extremely low prices. Everything functioned exactly as intended, according to GDAX. How (and why) on earth did all [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – Turf Toe

with Tim Preuss

Tim makes the mistake of asking Ande what “Turf Toe” is. Horribly disgusting! Listen to Ande describe it, and hear Tim cringe in anguish. Sports clearly are a problem for humans. No more exercise! Even though Ande didn’t need a doctor to treat his injury, he wouldn’t have minded if the doctor wasn’t white. There are people who actually care about such silly things as race. [Read More]

Forward Tilt – There Is Probably a Better Path

with Isaac Morehouse

Derek Magill guest hosts this episode of Forward Tilt to share a story from a recent conversation with an aspiring brewer and entrepreneur. This was a college freshman with the goal of opening a microbrewery--in his first year of a four-year college program studying Political Science. Taking on debt and spending a massive amount of time attending lectures on political science, when his goal was to be an entrepreneur in the beer business. Stories like this are not uncommon. There [Read More]

The Jason Stapleton Program – Michael Malice Joins Me to Talk North Korea

with Jason Stapleton

We get a lot of fear mongering coming out of the reporting on North Korea. I’ve been all over the world, but never over the 38th parallel so… My perspective, opinion, and analysis of the North Korean situation is based solely on my life experience. That’s why I’ve invited Michael to come and share his insights. He’s a recognized authority on North Korea, and he’s got a sense of humor to boot. I got a lot out of this interview, [Read More]

The Do Your Thing Podcast – How to Embrace Liberty to Fight for Success

with Ross Brown - Living The Pursuit

Liberty gives us opportunities to pursue happiness, but it doesn’t promise an easy journey. In fact, the opposite is often true: our individual pursuits of happiness are usually filled with road blocks, tough times, and challenging situations. Yet as entrepreneur and podcaster Jeff Long reminds us in Episode 45, liberty empowers us with choices. When we meet tough times, we can give up – or we can be scrappy and fight for our own individual concept of success. Jeff has [Read More]

Economics Detective Podcast – Synthetic Control And The Impact Of Hugo Chavez With Kevin B. Grier

with Garrett Petersen

My guest on this episode is Kevin B. Grier of the University of Oklahoma. Our topic for today is a paper Kevin wrote on the economic consequences of Hugo Chavez along with coauthor Norman Maynard. I had Francisco Toro on the show last year to discuss Venezuela’s economic history, so you can listen to that episode if you want a refresher on Chavez. For this episode, our main topic is the empirical method Kevin used to quantify Chavez’ effect on [Read More]

Proven & Probable – Millrock Resources – Buying, Selling, and Increasing Shareholder Value

with Maurice Jackson

Be sure to subscribe: website: youtube: twitter: Gregory Beischer the President, CEO, and Director of Millrock Resources sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to share the latest developments with Shareholders regarding the new addition and value proposition of the El Picacho and La Navidad Gold Projects along with Joint Venture Partner Centerra Gold. In addition, Millrock Resources is selling two of its British Columbia Projects, the Willoughby and Oweegee to Sojourn Ventures. Lastly, Mr. [Read More]

The Resistance Podcast – Becoming Toxic (Feat. Toxic Femininity)

with Josh Carter

Pro Equality.Anti-BS《 Weeaboo trash. Hufflepuff. Mother of sloths. Fox Fag. Dinker. ~Noodz at 69 Million!” Eva is a student, a Twitter aficionado and aspiring YouTuber. Follow Toxic Fem: Twitter: Instagram:… Join the Resistance at: Twitter: @rise_and_resist Subscribe at: [Read More]

The Freedom Report – Roger Stone to Donald Trump – Legalize Marijuana

with Austin Petersen

Former Trump advisor Roger Stone has started a new lobbying institution to convince President Donald Trump to change his mind on federal cannabis laws. Austin Petersen breaks down the story. [Read More]

Gold Newsletter Podcast – How to Reinvigorate the Liberty Movement – Julie Borowski

with Brien Lundin

Julie Borowski has an odd job: she is a professional advocate for liberty, and not one aligned with any particular organization or outlet. She just makes videos and gives speeches, and her wit, humor, and insights have made her famous around the world. However, alongside her rise, she has witnessed the rise and stagnation of the liberty movement in the United States. Given the loss of steam since presidential-candidate Ron Paul's retirement from politics, she examines how people can stay [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Gareth Porter on the Next Big ‘Surge’ Into Afghanistan

with Scott Horton

Historian and journalist Gareth Porter, author of Manufactured Crisis, discusses Trump, Mattis and McMaster’s coming escalation of the Afghan war and why it cannot be won. [Read More]

The LAVA Flow – Torture in Government Indoctrination Centers

with Rodger Paxton

Kids being tortured in government indoctrination centers is rustling my jimmies this episode. What's in the News with stories on cannabis DUIs, Bitcoin regulation in New Hampshire, and government inefficiency. This episode is brought to you by Swarm City, a decentralized commerce meta-platform that allows people to participate in commerce without interference from a third party. Also brought to you by Wry Guys t-shirts, the makers of all of the Pax Libertas Productions t-shirts, including for this show. A wry [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – UAHF & BitmainCoin – Will Bitcoin’s Civil War (Finally) End in Secession?

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 179 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. In case you somehow missed it: Bitmain announced that they’ll execute a hard fork this August to combat the scheduled user activated soft fork (UASF). They’re calling it a user activated hard fork (UAHF), but many people consider it a miner activated hard fork. Bitmain will essentially create their own altcoin and some exchanges are already planning to list it as BitmainCoin. Will this finally [Read More]

The LAVA Flow – Debating on Lions of Liberty

with Rodger Paxton

Marc Clair invited me to be on the Lions of Liberty podcast, “Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor” with John Odermatt of Felony Friday and Chris Spangle of We are Libertarians. I opened a bottle of Johnny Walker Double Black and went to school on Chris! This is one you don't want to miss. This is the forty-second episode of The LAVA Spurt, Debating on Lions of Liberty. This episode is brought to you by Swarm City, a decentralized commerce [Read More]

The Power & Market Report – Harry Wulfsohn | Time to Invest in Africa?

with Albert Lu

Investing in Africa is not what most people think. Harry Wulfsohn, Executive Director of Imara Holdings Ltd., explains the potential gains and pitfalls of investing in Africa. [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – Political Baseball

with Tim Preuss

There are a few takeaways from the political baseball game that Congressman Steve Scalise was practicing to play in prior to Wednesday morning’s shooting. Why is America paying politicians to play baseball in the first place? They were sent to Washington to solve problems, to repeal Obamacare, to balance the budget. Instead they spend their time playing games with lobbyists. What a joke! Jim Sensenbrenner has been dodging Tim for months. He ends townhalls early, doesn’t return phone calls, doesn’t [Read More]

The Justin Mohr Show – 69% of Americans admit to having less than $1000 in the bank!

with Justin Mohr

69% of Americans admit to have less than a $1000 in the bank! Why is this? Even the retirees out there die broke. 46% of retirees die with less than $10,000 in the bank. That’s not much money when you’re not bringing in income and are relying on savings! There’s no question there’s a lot of factors that have led to the average American being broke and the payment mentality is certainly one of the many contributing factors. In the [Read More]

The Ancap Barber Shop – The Ethics of Voting

with AnCap Barber

Scott and Adam are going to PorcFest this year to hang out with Rodger Paxton from The LAVA Flow podcast and Resist the Empire podcast and more of the Pax Libertas Productions team. Expect some podcast fuckery to come out of that, for sure. It’s going to be a 20-hour drive to get there. Fuck you, I’m Millwall! “A football fan reportedly yelled “F**k you, I’m Millwall” as he single-handedly took on the three knife-wielding London terror attackers armed with [Read More]

The Jason Stapleton Program – I’m Back! And Now the News!

with Jason Stapleton

I had a great vacation. Big thank you to all of you who sent me emails wishing me well and telling me how much you love the show. It is my honor to sit behind the microphone each day and share my thoughts with you. Today I’ve got a big announcement about my meeting in Los Angeles. You’ve been really patient with all the secrecy, and today I get to let a little out of the bag. We’re also going [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – Daniel McAdams on the Saudi Iranian proxy wars

with Scott Horton

Daniel McAdams, Director of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, is on to talk about the recent terror attacks in Iran and the Saudi Iranian proxy wars in the Middle East. The Trump administrations three strikes on Syrian government positions, as well as the upcoming battle for Raqqa and which force is likely going to be able to take and hold the capital of the Islamic State are also reviewed. The Manchester terror attack is also discussed and [Read More]

Forward Tilt – You Will Never Be a Perfect Job Candidate

with Isaac Morehouse

This week’s episode is inspired by a common question. When you find a job posting that you want, but you only meet some of the qualification, what should you do? In this episode: Not being the perfect candidate Job descriptions and Frankenployee's Tradeoffs when hiring Giving yourself permission to apply Househunting wish lists The only things that matter when a company is hiring For a free copy of Forward Tilt: An Almanac for Personal Growth, go to [Read More]

Resist The Empire – Bug in Your Ear about Slavery & Statehood

with Rodger Paxton

Someone uses force against Rancho Obi-Wan, we talk some Star Wars gaming news, we tackle a fly on the wall for our quiz, and we review something other than the Rebels animated series! [Read More]

The Do Your Thing Podcast – How Liberty Empowered Jillian to Escape Poverty One Day At A Time

with Ross Brown - Living The Pursuit

Poverty is a vicious, often multigenerational cycle for those families who experience it – yet liberty offers rays of hope for those yearning to escape from it. In Episode 44, Ross interviews Jillian (also known as Ms. Montana) from Montana Money Adventures about her firsthand experience with poverty and liberty in America. Jillian grew up in a very poor family, but she embraced the power of liberty to break free from the cycle of poverty one day – and one [Read More]

Economics Detective – State Capacity And The Rise Of The Modern Nation State With Mark Koyama

with Garrett Petersen

My guest for this episode is Mark Koyama of George Mason University. Our topic is a recent paper titled, “States and Economic Growth: Capacity and Constraints,” which Mark coauthored with Noel Johnson. [Read More]

Proven & Probable – Millrock Resources – El Picacho Gold Project

with Maurice Jackson

Gregory Beischer the President, CEO, and Director of Millrock Resources sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss the most recent exciting developments on the El Picacho Gold Project with partner funded Centerra Gold. [Read More]

The Resistance Podcast – Creating Value (Feat. Dave Munson)

with Josh Carter

“In 1999, while working as a volunteer English teacher near Mexico City, Munson discovered that he needed a sturdy bag to carry his books. He found a leather shop and asked the owner to make a bag he had designed. When he returned to the United States, he started receiving compliments on the bag. People wanted to know where they could get one. Dave peddled the bags from the back of his car, then moved to Juarez, Mexico, and sold [Read More]

The Tatiana Show – Matt Philips of The Free State Project & Rob Viglione of Zen

with Tatiana Moroz

Tatiana interviews Matt Philips of The Free State Project & Rob Viglione of Zen. - Matt Philips majored in Politics at Princeton and interned at the Cato Institute along with FSP founder Jason Sorens before joining Internet advertising pioneer DoubleClick in New York City. He then co-founded Right Media, purchased by Yahoo! in 2007. He now lives in New Hampshire, where he is an activist and investor. He grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, so he doesn't want to hear anyone [Read More]

Gold Newsletter Podcast – Eric Coffin’s Best Buys in Mining

with Brien Lundin

Get your pen and paper out, because Eric Coffin is a longtime analyst of junior mining prospects, where the potential for returns is the greatest, but so is the risk. He leads Hard Rock Analyst Advisors, and his assertion is that there are both individual and institutional investors willing to finance the industry, despite day-to-day ruffles in politics and economics. The key drivers of prices, therefore, are the specific details of each project, not broader macroeconomic trends. [Read More]

The Freedom Report – Bernie Sanders’ Weird Religious Test

with Austin Petersen

Senator Bernie Sanders applied a weird religious test when questioning a new appointee from the Trump administration. Austin Petersen breaks down the news. [Read More]

The LAVA Spurt – Living a Voluntary Life Today

with Rodger Paxton

What can you do to help you live a voluntary life today? I talk to Jake Desyllas from The Voluntary Life podcast about just that. Thank you for joining me on the forty-first episode of The LAVA Spurt, Living a Voluntary Life Today. This episode is brought to you by Swarm City, a decentralized commerce meta-platform that allows people to participate in commerce without interference from a third party. Also brought to you by Wry Guys t-shirts, the makers of [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – The Climate Covfefe Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

The guys discuss Donald Trump pulling the United States out of the Paris Accords. They also have an in depth discussion of the Wonder Woman movie as they review it. [Read More]

The Justin Mohr Show – When will people realize that government regulation is not the answer!

with Justin Mohr

Jared Bernstein, from his new piece at the New York Times discusses what the lefts agenda should be. He makes the case that progressives must remain in waiting and be ready when it’s time to act but always be fighting. All of the agenda items he wants to see calls for more government programs, more regulations, more subsidies for the poor and he thinks this will make life better for the averages American! Has he learned nothing from LBJ’s great [Read More]

The Power & Market Report – Harry Dent | Heading for the Worst Downfall in Your Lifetime

with Albert Lu

Harry Dent, the bestselling author of The Sale of a Lifetime, sees tough times coming ahead. Dent predicts a major sell-off in global assets beginning in 2017 followed by the biggest commodity cycle in world history. Interview Highlights [00:40] Harry addresses his critics [02:26] Why he thinks the market correction will begin in 2017 [07:04] Can activist central banking save the market? [13:20] Trump is appealing to the All-Star Wrestling fans [13:52] Japan has already gone off the cliff [19:40] [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – Experienced Investor Spills His Crypto Plan

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 178 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. First up today, we’ll share an investment strategy revealed by a well-known investor, David Siegel. This is certainly not investment advice – we can’t and won’t provide that. Rather, this is the actual plan that Spiegel says he’ll use for his own money. His goal is to beat today’s bubbly crypto environment. Are bubbles even a thing? How hard should we look for bottoms or [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – Kardashian on Gun Control

with Tim Preuss

Kim Kardashian actually thought it was a good idea to poke her nose into the realm of gun control. According to Kardashian, people with “mental illnesses”, or misdemeanor crimes, should be barred from purchasing guns to protect themselves. This comes in the wake of Europeans being butchered in the streets by Islamists with no means to save their lives. [Read More]

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