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Last week I spoke to a small gathering in Orlando of members of the Libertarian Party of Florida. Alex Merced, vice...

Note the difference in reaction between telling someone you're going to college (congratulations and warm wishes) and...

Matt Welch, editor-at-large of Reason magazine, joins me to discuss his background, how his views evolved, the state of...

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Philosopher Jim Otteson and I discuss his book Actual Ethics (Cambridge University Press), which advances a vigorous...

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is that they're government police. Is there a way to insert some good old-fashioned competition into police services?...

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Dave Smith, the popular comedian and host of the Part of the Problem podcast, joins me to try to get to the bottom of...

Michael Huemer is a professor of philosophy at the University of Colorado at Boulder and the author of the outstanding...

Today Hillsdale College's Brad Birzer joins me to discuss his new book, In Defense of Andrew Jackson. We discuss Indian...

Joseph Stiglitz is something of a celebrity economist, yet he's been grotesquely wrong both economically and morally so...

Brent DeRidder of the Liberty Coalition for Disaster Relief discusses voluntary efforts to assist with recovery from...

You do want to listen to this episode, I promise you. Rick DeJesus of the band Adelitas Way says musicians are dead...

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Ross Trottier, a music and guitar teacher (and a Tom Woods Show listener), who now has a thriving online and offline...

Michael Rectenwald, a lifelong leftist, has found himself shunned by former friends and colleagues -- even people whose...

Antony Sammeroff, co-host of the Scottish Liberty Podcast, argues that the idea of a Universal Basic Income is a very...

AJ+, a division of Al Jazeera, has a popular social media presence and makes widely viewed videos -- nearly all of them...

Andrew Bacevich, professor emeritus of International Relations and History at Boston University, joins me to discuss the...

In this episode I discuss earlier recessions and depressions in U.S. history, and what lessons we might draw from them....

Now this is a fun potpourri episode: we cover (in addition to the topic in the title) anarchism vs. minarchism, the...

Dan McCarthy, editor of the venerable conservative journal Modern Age, joins me to discuss two very different books with...

I'm in New York City, as it happens, on the 17th anniversary of the attacks of 9/11. In today's episode I review the...

This one packs a punch: one statist superstition after another is pounded into dust. Subscribe to the Tom Woods Show:...

The founder and chairman of the Mises Institute joins me for some great questions from my Supporting Listeners: where he...

Former CIA officer Phil Giraldi joins me to discuss the creepy op-ed in the New York Times yesterday by a "senior...

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We hear on a regular basis that workers, whether because of free trade, or capitalism generally, or whatever other...

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Jefferson biographer Kevin Gutzman, who just released a new course on Jefferson for my LibertyClassroom.com, joins me to...

I was delighted to be the special guest for the 100th episode of the Scottish Liberty Podcast, featuring Tom Laird, who...

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Libertarian worlds collided earlier this month when Reason magazine editor-at-large Matt Welch joined me on Michael...

Eric July, whose band Backwordz hit #1 in Billboard's Alternative New Artist category, joins me to discuss -- in...

The media went berserk recently over Cody Wilson and his Stoic defense of the publication of open-source gun designs...

If you let trolls get under your skin, you're doing it wrong. They are gifts. And you can profit from them. Ben Settle,...

Rachel Fulton Brown, a professor of medieval history at the University of Chicago who's been under assault by...

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Dedra Birzer of Hillsdale College joins me to discuss the works and views of Laura Ingalls Wilder and her daughter Rose...

Joshua Smith, who secured a spot on the Libertarian National Committee at the party's recent convention, joins me to...

Jeff Deist, former chief of staff to Ron Paul and current president of the Mises Institute, joins me to discuss how we...

Dr. Jamin Hubner joins me to discuss his Creative Common Law project, which serves as the legal blueprint for how a...

JW Weatherman joins me to discuss the problems with state education -- particularly in math, a subject people are...

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Sara Young, a widely respected entrepreneur and teacher, was determined to make her living from her computer so she...

Mark Thornton joins me to discuss his new book -- to which I contributed the foreword -- on the so-called "skyscraper...

Families Against Mandatory Minimums' Kevin Ring, who saw the problems with mandatory minimum sentences first hand,...

Are things going to stabilize or worsen on the major social media platforms? Michael Malice joins me to discuss the Alex...

Historian Phil Magness joins me to discuss the controversy over Nancy MacLean's book Democracy in Chains, which claims...

Alex Jones just got decapitated by Apple and other platforms, so I spend some time in today's episode unpacking what...

Scott Pulsipher, president of Western Governors University, discusses his model for very inexpensive, outcome-based...

Janice Fiamengo, a professor of English at the University of Ottawa and an outspoken opponent of feminism, found herself...

Pat joins me to discuss the state of Russiagate, how the President should respond, what a President Buchanan would be...