Notable Collections

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

The Ancap Barber Shop – ABS Vs LOLberts

with AnCap Barber

Hey, everyone! In this episode, we are joined by Jim Jesus of the Lolberts! We discuss the origins of the group’s name, as well as the correct pronunciation of “General Tso’s chicken”. We move on to Jim’s sophisticated taste in beer as well as his parking lot masturbatory practices. Jim does not waste an opportunity to compare the Ancap Barber Shop to Christopher Cantwell’s “Radical Agenda”. [Read More]

Wake Up Call Podcast – Liberal for Conservative Reasons with Peter Rice

with Adam Camac

Episode Summary Peter Rice joins Adam Camac and Daniel Laguros to discuss his new book, Liberal for Conservative Reasons: How to Stop Being Obnoxious and Start Winning Elections. About the Guest Mr. Rice is a journalist and writer who has covered local and state politics in Washington, Oregon, and New Mexico. He is also the author of Spandex Optional Bicycle Touring: How to Ride Long Distance, the Cheap and Easy Way and the Bike Tour New Mexico series. You can [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – Belichick Your Premises – The Dichotomous Nature of Football

with Justin M. Lesniewski

Justin and Daniel talk about the shocking results of Week One of the NFL--the Patriots being dominated and the Rams dominating. They also discuss what about the nature of football makes it so engaging. [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – Emo Bitcoin – Does the Universe Suck? Is Anything Good?

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 192 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. Harvey wrecked Houston. Irma wrecked Florida. Bad stuff happens. But at the same time, it seems there are plenty of people that try to do good. Some Bitcoiners recently rallied to raise money for hurricane victims. Lots of money was (and is still) raised to help free Ross Ulbricht. Many people recently donated a nice chunk of change to support a hot dog vendor who [Read More]

The Justin Mohr Show – The economics of Hurricane Harvey and why “price gouging” isn’t the problem

with Justin Mohr

Hurricane Harvey is looking like it will be the costliest natural disaster to ever occur in the United States. This devastation has destroyed the lives of millions of people. The Keynesians view disasters as a good jobs program that can boost the economy and keep spending going. How ridiculous is this!? But this is really how these “economists” think and it’s crazy that people can believe this garbage. Price gouging is seen as a negative but allowing prices to rise [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – Trade and Tariffs

with Tim Preuss

Tim and Ande get into a discussion on international trade and tariffs. Since taking office, Donald Trump has convinced enough people that free trade is actually a net-negative for America. Unfortunately, this line of thinking goes against history, economics, and basic logic. Frederic Bastiat wrote an interesting sophism back in the 1800s called “A Petition” in which he demanded that lawmakers force French residents to close their blinds to block out the sun. You see, the sun has an unfair [Read More]

The Power & Market Report – Investing in Farmland

with Albert Lu

Brandon Zick and Hunt Stookey of Ceres Partners join the Power & Market Report for a discussion on farmland investing. ** Tweet comments @AlbertKLu #farmland ** Interview Highlights [1:00] High-level view of the US farming sector [1:57] What is causing the downward pressure on crop prices? [3:10] Do we have a sustained rally in corn prices? [3:46] Will we return to peak farming profits? [5:29] Farmland as a complement to precious metals [9:22] The importance of water rights [16:53] Which [Read More]

The Classical Liberal Podcast – Speaking Freely – Episode 2

with Alexander Shaw

On this episode of Speaking Freely we discuss North Korean sanctions, the Equifax leak, recent changes to the GOP of Tennessee's bylaws, and Tennessee ballot access with the chairman of the Libertarian Party of Tennessee, Tom Arnold. Learn more at [Read More]

The Tatiana Show – Erik Voorhees Of ShapeShift Kat Murti

with Tatiana Moroz

Tatiana interviews Erik Voorhees of ShapeShift & Kat Murti. - ShapeShift is revolutionary part of the cryptocurrency ecosystem. It is how digital asset exchange should work. The platform gives you the power to quickly swap between assets – no account required. - Kat Murti is a libertarian, feminist, and activist, working to make the world a better, freer place, one day at a time. A self-described “creature of the internet,” she believes in using the power of the social media [Read More]

Forward Tilt – Find Gold in Grunt Work

with Isaac Morehouse

Too many new employees are eager to get out of grunt work. They are right to want to focus on creating more value, but they miss the opportunity that grunt work provides. On this episode, Isaac shares a story from a conversation with a CEO about a young employee asking for a raise. He did everything well but made it clear he didn’t like grunt work. As a result, he didn’t make himself indispensable and didn’t get a raise. He [Read More]

Economics Detective – Sociology And Social Science With Fabio Rojas

with Garrett Petersen

My guest today is Fabio Rojas. He is professor of sociology at Indiana University Bloomington. Fabio is the author of three books, the first is From Black Power to Black Studies: How a Radical Social Movement Became an Academic Discipline, published in 2007. The second book, coauthored with Michael Heaney, is Party in the Street: The Antiwar Movement and the Democratic Party after 9/11, published in 2015. The third book, Theory for the Working Sociologist, was published just recently in [Read More]

Proven & Probable – Riverside Resources – New High-Grade Gold Drill Targets at The Glor

with Maurice Jackson

In this episode, Dr. John-Mark Staude the President, CEO, and Director of Riverside Resources sits down Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss the latest details at the Glor Project with Joint Venture Partner Centarra Gold. The results are quite impressive and demonstrating strong potential with grades showing on 75 rock-chip samples from the Alamo target area include high-grade values of 14.4 and 24.0 g/t Au. In addition, we address catalyst that could be on the horizon for Riverside [Read More]

The LAVA Flow – Bad Apples

with Rodger Paxton

Nurses can be heroes too, especially when they stand up to bad cops. What's in the News with stories on the MDMA as medicine, North Korea threats, bullying homeschool families, exposed security clearances, seizure of guns, and Comey on Clinton. And Yet Another Bad Cop segment with four stories of cops who go above and beyond to lie, cheat, steal, assault, and attempt murder. This episode is brought to you by Tom Woods's Liberty Classroom, helping you to become a [Read More]

Gold Newsletter Podcast – Why Ayn Rand Lives On

with Brien Lundin

Ludwig von Mises once described Ayn Rand as the most courageous man in America. Such was her unabashed and proud nature, she relished being described as a man. More than 30 years on since her death, she remains perhaps the most popular philosopher among the general public, given the proliferation of her works of fiction. However, she has largely failed to garner respect within the community of professional philosophers. Andrew Bernstein holds a PhD from the City University of New [Read More]

The Freedom Report – Is The Deep State Real?

with Austin Petersen

US Senate candidate Austin Petersen discusses the sinister actions of bureaucrats whose powers exceed our public officials ability to control them. In the age of Donald Trump, have conservatives now realized the monster they've created will be used against them? [Read More]

Remso Republic – Live Free And Grow Sprout #1 – Interview with Candidate for Congress Edwin Santana

with Remso W. Martinez

In this special episode of Live Free & Grow, Jason speaks with Edwin Santana, candidate running for the Democrat Party nomination for Congress in Virginia's 1st Congressional District. Jason and Edwin talk about the current political environment under the new administration while Edwin discusses the platform he is running on for congress along with his solutions to the issues Virginia residents are facing. [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – You’re Literally a Slave. Now What?

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 191 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. Every man learns the truth at some point in his life. In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. There’s a criminal gang out there that will literally cage you or kill you if you don’t fork over your money. This mafia claims to condemn abuse, theft, and murder while practicing every one of those behaviors daily. But it’s [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – Nolan Notes – Following

with Justin M. Lesniewski

The guys debut their series on the works of Christopher Nolan with a conversation about what they know and want to learn about the director and an analysis of his first film. [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – Can’t All Be Winners

with Tim Preuss

Well hey – they can’t all be winners, right? This episode is a bit of a cluster-f**k, but it still all makes sense if you don’t think about it too much. [Read More]

The Power & Market Report – David Stockman | Sell the House, Sell the Wife, Sell the Kids

with Albert Lu

David Stockman is the bestselling author of Trumped and The Great Deformation. He joins Albert at the 2017 Sprott Natural Resource Symposium following his keynote address. ** Tweet comments @AlbertKLu #davidstockman ** Interview Highlights [0:28] All prices are falsified and distorted [2:44] Stock prices are a pig going through a python [3:27] Can the Fed shrink the balance sheet without crashing the bond market? [4:16] Everybody is a speculator now [5:43] How big is the repo financing problem in the [Read More]

The Tatiana Show – Scott Nelson of Sweetbridge & Colin Cantrell of Nexus

with Tatiana Moroz

Tatiana interviews Scott Nelson of Sweetbridge & Colin Cantrell of Nexus. - Sweetbridge is a blockchain-based economic framework that transforms supply chain and logistics collaboration through a fast, fair and flexible value exchange that unleashes working capital for the benefit of all participants. - Nexus is a decentralized computer network that has its respective cryptocurrency, known as the Nexus. The idea behind the system corresponds with the meaning of the word “nexus”, namely a connection or a series of connections [Read More]

The Classical Liberal Podcast – AlexNation – Marvels Defenders

with Alexander Shaw

In this episode Alex and Alex discuss the Netflix original Marvel's Defenders. [Read More]

The Jason Stapleton Program – Rising Inequslity Presents Greatest Opportunity In History…For Some

with Jason Stapleton

The New York Times published a piece today on rising inequality and the difference in opportunity between low-income workers today and the ones of the 1980's. I read the article defensively at first. It is the New York Times after all. But after the first [Read More]

Forward Tilt – It All Started with Daily Blogging

with Isaac Morehouse

Tiny daily acts of creation have an immense compounding power. For Isaac, daily blogging started as a way to break out of a point of dissatisfaction. But the small decision led to a massive changes and directly to the idea for Praxis. In this episode: Succeeding, but feeling dissatisfied. Feeling like something is missing. Taking on a daily blogging challenge. Creating leads to creativity Turning creativity into a discipline Why you should challenge yourself with small daily acts of creation. [Read More]

Proven & Probable – The Third World, War, and Arbitrage

with Maurice Jackson

Jayant Bhandari the host of the highly acclaimed of ‘Capitalism and Morality‘ sits down with Maurice Jackson of ‘Proven and Probable‘ to discuss he latest article entitled: “The Future of the Third World”. Mr. Bhandari distinguishes the importance of bifurcation among the Third World and Emerging Markets for investors philosophically and economically. We also discussed democracy and political correctness and the implications that it has on influencing the public. Jayant also conveys his thoughts on the brewing tension escalating between [Read More]

Economics Detective – Compensating Blood, Fluid, and Organ Donors With Peter Jaworski

with Garrett Petersen

My guest is Peter Jaworski of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. He is the author, along with Jason Brennan, of Markets Without Limits. We recorded this on August 24th, 2017, the same day Peter published an op-ed in the National Post titled “Canada needs blood plasma. We should pay donors to get it.” The op-ed argues in favour of allowing people who donate blood plasma in Canada to be compensated in return: Canada buys the overwhelming majority of its [Read More]

The Freedom Repot – People Finally Waking Up To Antifa Threat

with Austin Petersen

Politico reported on their front page today on the growing threat of "domestic terrorist organization" Antifa, writing on how DHS and local law enforcement have been seeing increasing attacks on protestors and demonstrators. Austin Petersen breaks down the news. [Read More]

Gold Newsletter Podcast – Be First to the Bull Market

with Brien Lundin

Rick Rule has been profiting from natural-resource investments for decades, along with his brokerage clients, and he has seen more than a few convulsions in his time. He shares with us how he eyes the right speculation prospects, cognizant of the fact that most mining prospects are valueless. The president and chief executive of Sprott U.S. Holdings Inc. believes in fundamental analysis and getting to opportunities before they garner wide attention. "When the wisdom in a trade is obvious," he [Read More]

Remso Republic – Speak Freedom w/ Jenn Gray

with Remso W. Martinez

If the principles of liberty are so good, shouldn't it speak for itself? Do they really depend on a party? Communication and online marketing guru from the Leading Liberty podcast, Jenn Gray, joins the program to tie all this together. [Read More]

Welcome To The Midside – The Robert Lee Edition

with Justin M. Lesniewski

The guys discuss ESPN pulling Asian announcer Robert Lee from a game, white nationalist fashion, and the revoking of Joss Whedon's feminism membership. [Read More]

The Justin Mohr Show – What Janet Yellen really did at Jackson Hole is set up the narrative that Deregulation will be the cause of the next financial crisis!

with Justin Mohr

Janet Yellen gave a speech in Jackson Hole Wyoming last week and she didn’t address monetary policy at all!  Many commentators were surprised by this and she focused mainly on regulations. She pointed out how the FED and congress responded correctly during the 2008 financial crisis by imposing more regulations on the financial sector. She says these regulations have made our economy more resilient than it was 10 years ago! The main point missed by all commentators out there is [Read More]

You, Me, And BTC – Kim Dotcom’s Grand Bitcoin Vision Nears Launch, Fingerprinting Satoshi, & More

with Daniel Brown

This is episode 190 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. It seems that even the threat of extradition can’t stop Kim Dotcom. He’s been facing piracy charges from the FBI for years and yet continues to develop ways to sling files across the web. About a year ago, we shared the entrepreneur’s plans for a revolutionary, Bitcoin-based micropayments and file sharing platform. The project was dubbed and currently approaches completion. Dotcom released a demo [Read More]

Resist The Empire – Secret Service Costs Erso Expensive

with Rodger Paxton

We talk about stand alone movie news, the Navy is hitting other people’s ships again, Lego’s biggest Falcon set ever, and the Berkley city council clearly was not paying attention to Episode 2, or maybe they were? [Read More]

The Tim Preuss Podcast – Blowback, DACA, & Taxes

with Tim Preuss

Tim discusses his recent Halsey News article, It’s Called Blowback, Stupid, an article that received more attention than expected. America’s foreign policy has consequences, and questioning this policy doesn’t make someone “anti-American” or mean that they don’t support the troops. Demagoguery put an end to the truth being aired. Donald Trump is gearing up to repeal Obama’s DACA executive order, which could mean that children brought into the United States no longer have immunity and could potentially be deported. Who is [Read More]

The LAVA Spurt – The Economics of Price Gouging

with Rodger Paxton

I've seen too many “libertarians” lately against price gouging, so let's talk about the economics and ethics of price gouging. This is episode forty-nine of The LAVA Spurt, The Economics of Price Gouging. This episode is brought to you by Tom Woods's Liberty Classroom, helping you to become a smarter and more informed libertarian than ever before, for just 24 cents a day. As always tends to happen when there are major disasters such as Hurricane Harvey, prices of products [Read More]

The Jason Stapleton Program – I Love Price Gouging And So Should You

with Jason Stapleton

I Love Price Gouging And So Should You [Read More]

Power & Market – Platinum and Palladium Are Historically Low

with Albert Lu

Collin Kettell, CEO and Partner of Palisade Global Investments Ltd., speaks with Albert at the Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium in Vancouver. Interview Highlights [0:28] Impressions on the Vancouver Symposium [1:00] About Palisade Global [1:30] About Palisade Research [2:10] Collin likes these commodities [3:40] Uranium investments [4:15] Palisade's upcoming event at Jekyll Island About the guest Collin Kettell is the CEO of Palisade Global Investments Ltd. and the host of Palisade Radio. Palisade Global Investments Ltd. offers strategic consulting services to [Read More]

The Scott Horton Show – MSF’s Clair Manera on the cholera epidemic in Yemen

with Scott Horton

Claire Manera from Médecins Sans Frontières returns to the show to discuss the cholera epidemic in Yemen, which has somehow gotten much worse. When Manera was on the show less than two months ago there were an estimated 30,000 cholera cases; today there are more than 300,000. So many people are sick that they aren’t able to get to the hospital and many are dying in their homes without the critical care they need. Manera explains how cholera spreads and [Read More]

Forward Tilt – Listen to Actions Not Words

with Isaac Morehouse

What people say they want is different from what they will actually go out and do. Economists call this the difference between stated and revealed preferences. Your opinions don’t come with a cost. But when you have to pay it shows what you truly value. For a free copy of Forward Tilt: An Almanac for Personal Growth, go to [Read More]

Proven & Probable – DNI Metals – Diamond Drilling, Pilot Plant, and Offtake Agreement

with Maurice Jackson

In this episode, Dan Weir the Executive Chairman of DNI Metals, sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss a number of catalyst’s for shareholders. First, Mr. Weir discusses the addition of a second drilling rid. Second, DNI Metals plans to build a modular pilot plant. Finally, Dan confirms the offtake MOU with Peninsula Mines. Speculators should note, that the value proposition for DNI Metals is becoming very exciting! Be sure to subscribe: website: youtube: [Read More]

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