Ep. 53: The Merits of Price Gouging

In the last few weeks, we’ve been forced to endure trials and tribulations both physical and intellectual.  It’s not bad enough that mother nature has thrown two massive hurricanes at the southern United States.  In addition, we’ve also had to deal with the intellectual absurdity surrounding labor unions and price gouging.  But fear not, because … read more

Ep. 52: Free Speech Activist Teaches Us How to Reach Antifa Youth

In the wake of the recent civil unrest and horrific violence in the streets of Charlottesville, Boston, Durham, and elsewhere, it can be easy to feel alienated from humanity.  And just when we feel like we need some better news, up crops someone like Ben Kolodny.  As an activist for free speech, Ben recently had … read more

Ep. 48: Defending the Undefendable

This week, the Libertarian Life segment makes a triumphant return.  In it, I discuss my own personal nullification of the soda tax.  Then we dive into more serious topics as I review Dr. Walter Block’s masterpiece, Defending the Undefendable.  Buckle up, kiddos, this one’s gonna be a bumpy ride.   Book Referenced Defending the Undefendable, … read more

Ep. 47: Free Market Beats The State — The Solution to Landfills

Ever wonder what happens to your food waste once it leaves your curb in the ole’ garbage truck?  It typically winds up sitting in a landfill somewhere.  And if this is the best solution we have for these waste products, then there’s no problem.  But is there a better solution?  You bet there is!  But … read more

Ep. 42: Trump’s Plan to Privatize Air Traffic Control

President Donald Trump recently announced a plan to “privatize” the air traffic control system in the US.  Upon hearing such news, a budding libertarian might be inclined to pop the corks off the champagne bottles and start partying like the revolution is about to begin.  Not so fast, says Captain Dave, our resident airline industry … read more

Ep. 41: Beer and Liberty

This week it’s all about beer.  My guest is Nick Weber, who has recently penned a great expose on some statist shenanigans taking place in Colorado.  In typical fashion, our elites have attempted to placate us by permitting a tiny bit more freedom.  The new law, which grants “new” liberties isn’t necessarily a good thing, … read more

Ep. 39: Actual Anarchy: How Do We Get There?

The concept of anarchy scares a lot of people.  But the truth is that anarchy is already a huge part of your life, whether you know it or not.  Most human interaction occurs in an anarchistic relationship — meaning nobody had to hold a gun to your head to get you to interact peacefully with … read more

Ep. 37: The Triumph of the Free Market

This week I’m going to engage the State in an epic battle against the free market.  Ok, ok, “epic” may be a bit of a stretch.  Come on, you know it’s true — the State never had a chance.   Donations for the Martinez and Irwin Families GoFundMe: Mark, Erin and family   Articles Referenced Oil … read more

Ep. 34: United Airlines Flight 3411 — The Whole Story

When United Airlines chose to forcibly remove one of their paying customers from an airplane in Chicago this week, a terrible mistake was made. I think a lot of people agree that the airline could have done a better job of problem solving, and physical removal could have (and should have) been avoided.  But what’s … read more

Ep. 32: How Capitalism Can Save the Environment

One of the most common objectives thrown in the face of libertarians is the problem of protecting the environment.  The typical argument goes something like this: “without the State, evil corporations — who are motivated only by profit — will squander natural resources, emit toxic pollutants, and ruin the environment for everyone. How could a 100% … read more

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