In the latest interview from Jack Thomson, aka Political Badger: I recently read a great piece by Steve Patterson at LewRockwell.com and just had to have him on the show to discuss it. It’s really interesting to learn about and analyze someone’s progression from politically mainstream to politically extreme. Read Steve Patterson’s article here. And be sure to check out Political Badger!
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I welcome Lions of Liberty contributing writer, Derrel Walters to the show! Derrel describes how he first became acquainted with the ideas of liberty and how he approaches discussing politics with others. Derrel and I discuss the importance of individual rights, how people might organize in a society that respects and understands them, and how we can change the world through peaceful and logical advocacy for liberty. Remember, you can subscribe
Starting with last week’s interview with Paul Craig Roberts, we will now be publishing interviews conducted by Jack Thomson, aka Political Badger. This week, Jack interviews Reason.com’s Ed Krayewski about the situation in Ferguson, MO, ISIS, Mexican drug cartels, and more! And be sure to check out Political Badger!
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I welcome in “Free Talk Live” host, Ian Freeman! Ian describes how he came into the libertarian movement through Harry Browne and activism within the Libertarian Party, before picking up and moving to New Hampshire as part of the “Free State Project”, along with his own “Free Keene” group. Ian explains why he opted to challenge an incumbent Democrat for the governorship of New Hampshire, how he drew the ire of the
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I flip the script and come firing out of the gate with a rant in response to some common criticisms I often hear regarding all the time I devote to advancing the ideas of liberty. I then welcome in a fellow promoter of liberty, Pablo Serrato of the Los Angeles chapter of Restore the Fourth, a group dedicated to combating mass surveillance by the U.S. government. Pablo describes how he came
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I welcome in co-founder of Greenpeace, Dr. Patrick Moore! Dr. Moore describes how he first became interested in the science of ecology, and how his concern with environmental destruction led him to co-found Greenpeace. I discuss with Dr. Moore just why he left Greenpeace, and he gets into some of the ideological issues he has with many aspects of the environmental movement today. Dr. Moore goes on to explain the problems he sees with the hysteria surrounding
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I welcome Lions of Liberty’s own Chris Rossini back to the show to discuss his new book “Set Money Free!”. Chris explains why he decided to take his writing to the next level, and write a book about the Federal Reserve. Marc and Chris discuss why the Federal Reserve is so harmful to economic growth and individual liberty, and Chris describes his vision of how a free market monetary system could emerge and thrive
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I welcome Shayne Wissler back to the show, to discuss the concepts laid out in his essay, “Against Anarchism.” Shayne explains why he believes it’s vital for advocates of individual liberty to work out differences in their philosophy, and describes the contradictions he sees with the anarchist viewpoint. Shayne and I delve into various concepts including secession, non-intervention, and how the formation of city-states and federations can remain consistent with the principles of individual rights.
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I welcome in libertarian activist, and host of “Adam vs.The Man”, Adam Kokesh! Adam joins the show to discuss his new book “Freedom”, which he hopes to serve as a guide to lead people to accept a more free society. Adam describes his journey from a libertarian-leaning marine serving in Iraq to the passionate anti-war, freedom advocate he is today. Adam and I delve into libertarian philosophy, and debate the root problems libertarians should be addressing
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I welcome in Adam Dick of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity! Adam recounts how he first became interested in libertarian ideas, as well as some lessons learned from his early days involved with libertarian politics. Marc and Adam then go on to discuss various issues including the defeat of Eric Cantor, the failed attempt to “primary” Walter Jones, and the political success libertarians have achieved in winding down the War on Drugs.