Ep. 44: Secession Day 2017

Many libertarians hate the 4th of July.  But I don’t mind it so much.  I quite like it, in fact.  You see, I take this holiday as an opportunity to spread the truth about the history and significance of what really happened all those years ago.  SECESSION! So go ahead, neighbor, light up that sparkler. … 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. 30: Minarchy v. Anarchy

One of the most common arguments within the liberty movement is whether individual freedoms are better protected by a small government or by no government at all.  Some maintain that the inherent flaws of humanity require a small, limited government to supplement an otherwise completely free society.  But others aren’t quite so convinced.  Could it be … read more

Ep. 29: The Scientific Method for Your Reasoning

Have you ever wanted to improve your skills of argumentation?  Ever gotten into a debate but found you and your opponent got nowhere?  We’ve all been there!  What you should know is that it’s almost a certainty that the breakdown in communication was caused by a failure to adhere to a system of consistency of personal … read more

Ep. 28: Abraham Lincoln, The Great Consolidator

When you think of Abraham Lincoln, what comes to mind? If you’re like most people, your mind is immediately drawn to the image of the Great Emancipator — the man who freed the slaves and saved the union.  But this is nothing more than absurd fiction dressed up as historic fact. So what’s the truth … read more

Ep. 21: The Sedition Act Strikes Back

A long time ago, in a Capital far, far away, the Federalist Party worked to enact ruthless anti-sedition laws which served to harass, intimidate, and sometimes jail anyone who disagreed with the General Government.  Unfortunately, my colorful writing isn’t simply inspired by a recent Star Wars movie or the tragic death of Carrie Fisher.  In … read more

Ep. 20: The Electoral College

There’s been so much hype about the electoral college over the past few months.  And yet I feel like most people I talk to don’t understand it at all.  I want to put the issue to bed with an episode dedicated to this mysterious beast.  I start by finalizing my analysis of the 2016 election … read more

Ep. 19: The TSA is Evil and Stupid, and the Elite are Out of Touch

After a two week hiatus due to intense travel and work schedules, I’m back!  This week I’m discussing the TSA and the horrors through which innocent citizens must go, whenever they travel.  There’s an absurd video interview circulating the interwebs with Michelle Obama that you’ll want to hear.  And finally, I’m going to showcase the … read more

Ep. 7: Silly Electric Vehicles and The EU is Clearly Compensating for Brexit

In this episode, the Libertarian Life segment returns.  In it, I showcase the idiocy of reserved parking spaces for so-called fuel-efficient/low-emissions vehicles.  I bring it all back to Hazlitt’s one lesson and the beautiful consistency that is libertarian political philosophy.  That’s right, I found a way to connect property rights and non-aggression to reserved parking … read more

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