This week Brian McWilliams examines two wins for “Democratic” Socialism, with media darling Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez upsetting Joe Crowley in New York, and Mexico’s new socialist president “AMLO”. Brian also has some hot takes on the Chair and Vice Chair (another upset!) positions form the LNC, tales of horror from the left including Rand Paul’s ax murderer and finally cronyism in CA kills one bad tax bill while enabling thousands more. Oh yeah, and Happy 4th of July. Discussed in this
On this week’s Electric Libertyland Brian McWilliams sits astounded at the negative reaction to a first-time-in-history meeting between two nuclear powers that moved both sides closer to peace a free trade, that being the USA-North Korea summit. Brian also looks at Net Neutrality’s repeal, Robert De Niro’s anti-Trump tirade at the Tony Awards, and Seattle hitting the stupid wall before finally bouncing back to reality. Oh, and Dominos Pizza solves the “Muh Roads!” equation. Discussed on this Episode: Donald Trump:
On this week’s Electric Libertyland, Brian takes a long hard look at the mutation and obfuscation occurring in the fallout from the Harvey Weinstein allegations and the #MeToo hashtag trending on Twitter. Originally created to give sexually assaulted women a voice, the transformation of the hashtag’s users showcases how far the Democrats will go to move attention away from Clinton, and America’s real “Me, Too” problem, which has nothing to do with sexual assault. Brian then looks to the ironically
In this week’s episode of Electric Libertyland, host Brian McWilliams gives his take on the Trumpian circle-jerk that was the 2017 Emmy Awards, and how politics and entertainment need to take a break from each other. He then turns towards more serious topics including the utter failure of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing programs, the GOP’s last-ditch effort to repeal Obamacare (kind of) with the Graham-Cassidy plan, the state of the 1st Amendment, new climate research and an idiotic idea
In today’s episode, Marc is joined by Tea Party co-founder and energy freedom advocate, Debbie Dooley! Debbie describes how she helped to launch the current “Tea Party” movement, her battles against energy monopolies in Georgia, how companies who cause environmental damage should be dealt with, her opposition to the Paris Accord, and why she has hope for greater energy freedom under the Trump administration. Download this episode (right click and save) Discussed in this episode: Conservatives for Energy Freedom “Government Should
In today’s episode, host Marc Clair is joined by Ryan McMaken, editor of The Mises Wire and The Austrian over at The Mises Institute, and author of the book “Commie Cowboys: The Bourgeoisue and the Nation-State in the Western Genre.” In the show you’ll hear Marc and Ryan discuss: Ryan’s windy road to libertarianism, which parallelled his path from atheism to catholicism, eventually leading him to the Mises Institute, natural rights, and Rothbard. Why he enjoys writing about “radical decentralization”, and finds no value in those who
John Odermatt of Felony Friday joins Brian McWilliams on the latest episode of Mr. Johnson’s Libertyhood to look at the latest actions of Libertarian candidates Gary Johnson and running mate Bill Weld. Brian and John can’t help but talk about Aleppo, because really, who isn’t talking about Aleppo (after Googling “Aleppo”), but fortunately also delve into Gary’s newspaper endorsements, “Kelo” being a barometer for Supreme Court Justice nominations, Veteran support, and an enjoyable celebrity calling for debate inclusion. They also
In today’s episode, host Marc Clair is joined by Mike Lofgren, a former U.S. Congressional aide who has written several books detailing what he learned during his time in Congress, including his latest “Deep State: The Fall of the Constitution and the Rise of a Shadow Government.” Mike gets things started by describing how he became a Congressional aide, and why he came to review the Republican Party as resembling an “apocalyptic cult.” Mike then details the “Deep State” –
In today’s episode, host Marc Clair is welcomes in Dr. Jeffrey A. Singer – a physician, columnist, and political activist. Dr. Singer is an adjunct scholar with the CATO Institute, has written extensively on the government’s role in the health care industry, and has been heavily involved in political action to limit this role for much of his career. Dr. Singer details why he ended up pursuing the medical profession and how this pursuit ended up coinciding with political philosophy.
In the latest Lions of Liberty debate reaction show, Marc Clair gathers a pride of liberty lions to break down the third Democratic Debate. Marc welcomes in Lions regulars Brian McWilliams and Howie Snowdon, along with special guest, the original Blue Republican, Robin Koerner! They discuss Hillary Clinton’s masterful ability to avoid actually answering questions, how Bernie Sanders is able to tap into a commonly held sense of economic injustice, and look at the pros and cons of Martin O’Malley.