The Tom Woods Show
This year my mother learned how to earn dough by promoting products as an affiliate. She created a great affiliate site and began to rank very highly on Google for various keywords. How did she do it? By following the guidance of Andrew Hansen, the Internet marketing expert who joins me today, and his business partner Sara Young, whom I featured on the show earlier this year. She now knows more than I do.
So I decided Andrew would make a good guest for a bonus episode of the show. He's young, very successful, and extremely knowledgeable -- not to mention a good guy and friend.
Direct download: woods_2016_10_23.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 3:33pm EDT

The US government all but shut down Internet poker several years ago, leading one of my friends to move out of the US so he could continue playing. Adam Haman, a player with 25 years of experience, joins us to discuss the war on gambling as well as offer a few gaming tips.

Show notes for Ep. 764

Direct download: woods_2016_10_21.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 12:38pm EDT

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in the last presidential debate of this election season, and Lew Rockwell and Tom are here with the most sought-after analysis in the libertarian world!

Show notes for Ep. 763

Direct download: woods_2016_10_20.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 1:28pm EDT

Here's an interview I did on the Kennedy Financial podcast, covering all kinds of topics: 19th-century bank panics, what kind of gold and silver coins you should have, how to work online without a boss, and much more.

Show notes for Ep. 762

Direct download: woods_2016_10_19.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 6:59pm EDT

Some say libertarian views aren't heard in politics because libertarians don't vote, so there's no point in courting them. The real reason tells us much more about politics, voting, and the state.

Show notes for Ep. 761

Direct download: woods_2016_10_18.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 4:57pm EDT

Capitalism is all about buying and selling, and if you want to sell online, you have to know how to use email the right way. If you master email marketing, you’ll have a huge advantage over your competitors – most of whom, frankly, will be doing it all wrong. In this episode, Daniel Levis joins me to explain the right – and wrong – way to prosper through email.

Show notes for Ep. 760

Direct download: woods_2016_10_17.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 9:40am EDT

In the 1990s, Murray Rothbard thought an opportune moment had arisen to reach out again to the American right wing. With the Cold War over, a number of interesting and impressive conservative thinkers were concluding that it was time to stop the global interventionism and return to being a normal country again. This meeting of the minds, between paleoconservatives (so named to distinguish themselves from neoconservatives) and paleolibertarians bore considerable fruit. Jason Jewell walks through this important history.

Show notes for Ep. 759

Direct download: woods_2016_10_14.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 2:21pm EDT

Senator Bernie Sanders attracted plenty of attention this election cycle, but while his complaints weren’t always without merit, his proposed solutions would only have added fuel to the fire. Hunter Lewis, author of the new book Where Bernie Went Wrong, joins me to take a closer look at Bernie and his ideas.

Show notes for Ep. 758

Direct download: woods_2016_10_13.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 10:38am EDT

When I recently (episode 745) spoke to Professor Jeffrey Herbener about the economic effects of fractional-reserve banking, I recalled that John Tamny and I had had a disagreement on the subject. So for this episode I’ve invited both of these gentlemen for a formal debate on the subject. I think you’ll find the result enlightening.

Show notes for Ep. 757

Direct download: woods_2016_10_12.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 11:55am EDT

Conservatives and many libertarians look back fondly on British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, whom they remember for taking on trade unions and the left, and advocating free-market economic policy. Is this an accurate picture of the former British leader? Sean Gabb joins me for an unconditional look at Margaret Thatcher.

Show notes for Ep. 756

Direct download: woods_2016_10_11.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 10:05am EDT