On today’s episode, Marc is joined by the editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com and TargetLiberty.com, Robert Wenzel! Robert first appeared on the podcast way back in episode 22, and most recently appeared as part of a debate with Walter Block in regards to Donald Trump. Today, Robert discusses his book Foundations of Private Property Society Theory: Anarchism for the Civilized Person. Why does Robert take issue with the approach of both Ludwig Von Mises and Murray Rothbard? Why did he decided to
In today’s episode, Marc vents some frustration before welcoming in the co-host of the Scottish Liberty Podcast – as well as the “Be Yourself and Love It” podcast. Antony discusses his evolution to a libertarian after some Ron Paul fans “gate crashed” his YouTube channel – and actually began to change his perspective on politics. Since then Antony has become a hardcore libertaran and taken his beliefs to the masses in his homeland of Scotland and abroad with the Scottish
On this week’s Electric Libertyland host Brian McWilliams rails a bit about Rand Paul’s flipping opposition to Mike Pompeo’s Secretary of State nomination, then welcomes in journalist Ford Fischer of News2Share.com to discuss his experience on the ground in Newnan, GA covering a neo nazi rally that drew far more Antifa than nazis. The Georgia event resulted in conflicts between the massive police force in attendance and counter-protesters, both of whom outnumbered event organizers many times over. Brian and Ford
In today’s episode, Marc welcomes in an often-requested guest, the lunatic libertarian farmer himself, Joel Salatin! Joel was featured in the book Omnivore’s Dilemma as well as the film Food, Inc. for his unique approach to farming. Joel explains why he considers himself libertarian, describes how government agencies have routinely interfere in his farming business, and addresses subjects such as GMO’s and factory farming. Download this episode (right click and save) Discussed in this episode: PolyFace Farms Watch Food, Inc.
On this week’s Electric Libertyland, Brian brings in the “Godfather” of the Lions, Howie Snowdon, and the Philly Connection, J.B. Lubin, for a rousing Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor! Download this episode (right click and save) Discussed in this Epsisode: FOSTA Sex Trafficking Act Check out Dale Kerns for U.S. Senate and his “Addiction is not a Crime” tour! Receive access to ALL of our EXCLUSIVE bonus audio content – including “Conspiracy Corner”, “Degenerate Gamblers” and the “League of
In today’s episode, Marc welcomes Joshua Smith, a candidate for LNC Chair who will be challenging current chairman Nicholas Sarwark at the Libertarian National Convention in New Orleans this June. Joshua explains how he became a libertarian after hearing – stop me if you’ve heard this before – Ron Paul speak during a Republican primary debate. Joshua describes his plans for what the Libertarian Party should be at the national level, and how he would steer the party to better
In a special Thursday bonus, we present to you a podcast recorded live in Los Angeles at our special “Liberty Behind the Lines” event which included Part of the Problem’s Dave Smith, Jason Stapleton of the Jason Stapleton Program, and our own Marc Clair and Brian McWilliams. They spent an hour taking questions from fans in attendance and discussed topics including the Libertarian Party, talking to progressives about liberty, universal basic income, and so much more! Download this episode (right
In today’s episode, Marc convenes another liquored-up meeting of the liberty minds for another rendition of “Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor!” Lions regulars Howie Snowdon and “Felony Friday” host John Odermatt join the show, along with a very special guest, the LAVA Flow podcast‘s Rodger Paxton! Rodger brings his usual brand of fiery ancappery to LILDL, complete with all of his foul-mouthed catchphrases (at least the ones he can remember.) They discuss the upcoming PORCFest event this summer in
In today’s episode, Marc is joined by an old friend from the “Daily Paul” days, James Reilly! James and Marc dish on the NAP, Property Rights and reflect on the good old days when they used to engage in philosphical discussions about libertarianism with strangers on the Daily Paul website! Download this episode (right click and save) Mentioned in today’s show: James “Seamusin” O’Reilly on Lions of Liberty, 1st appearance James “Seamusin” O’Reilly on Lions of Liberty, 2nd appearance Stephan
On this week’s Electric Libertyland Brian McWilliams welcomes in stand up comedian, co-star and co-creator of the new Comedy Central show “Corporate,” Jake Weisman. After fighting the demons of audio recording technology, Brian and Jake settle in to discuss how the best comedy is libertarian and dive into some deep conversation on libertarian theory and current events before turning to Jake’s new, dark office place comedy, “Corporate.” Will this be the new “South Park” that libertarian audiences have been craving?