The Tom Woods Show (talk radio)

I discuss the fractured "liberty movement," the increasing attacks on Ron Paul, and why Dr. Paul matters -- a point that the youngsters, who didn't experience the presidential campaigns, may not know.

Show notes for Ep. 997

Direct download: woods_2017_09_12.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 2:38pm EST

Andrew Torba, creator of the free-speech social media platform Gab, joins me to discuss fighting back against the big companies' ideological jihad against people and institutions expressing unapproved opinions.

Show notes for Ep. 996

Direct download: woods_2017_09_11.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 5:44pm EST

Katie Wells of WellnessMama.com is an incredible online success story: her wellness site makes a very nice profit, and allows her to work from home. She has a blog, a podcast, a members' area, an email newsletter, and her own products, so you can learn from her in lots of areas. She recently featured me on her program, and when I saw how successful and impressive she was, I knew I wanted to hear her story on my show.

Show notes for Ep. 995

Direct download: woods_2017_09_10.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 9:36pm EST

John Moody returns to the show to discuss the latest in food and farm freedom, plus his newest venture, Steader.com, where experts teach people a wide variety of homesteading topics.

Show notes for Ep. 994

Direct download: woods_2017_09_08.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 4:23pm EST

We often hear it said: if only government could be run like a business, we'd be getting somewhere. The problem isn't that it's difficult to run government like a business. The problem is that it's impossible, given the radical difference between the two kinds of organization.

Show notes for Ep. 993

Direct download: woods_2017_09_07.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 5:11pm EST

Robert Nisbet is one of a handful of conservatives to have seen the major problems with American conservatism as we know it. In this episode, Drawn from my remarks at a 2005 mises Institute conference on fascism, I discuss executive power, centralized power, the military, and related superstitions.

Show notes for Ep. 992

Direct download: woods_2017_09_05.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 5:42pm EST

Professor Amy Wax wrote an op-ed last month arguing that society's most vulnerable have suffered the most by the collapse of the bourgeois moral consensus. You'll never guess: the screechers called her a "white supremacist."

Show notes for Ep. 991

Direct download: woods_2017_09_04.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 4:19pm EST

I hate to dwell on this silliness, so I've decided to make this into a bonus episode rather than one of my five regular weekly episodes. Jason Stapleton invited me on to the Jason Stapleton Program not long ago to address a series of unprovoked attacks on me by Nicholas Sarwark, chairman of the Libertarian National Committee. These attacks speak volumes about the trajectory and ambitions of the Libertarian Party, so for the record I hereby register this discussion as an official episode of the Tom Woods Show.

Show notes for Ep. 990

Direct download: woods_2017_09_03.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 2:02pm EST

James O'Keefe has become notorious, and controversial, for his organization's undercover videos -- most recently, of people associated with CNN, who appear to suggest that some of their major stories are politically and ideologically driven. We discuss the American media, criticisms of his work, and what we can expect next.

Show notes for Ep. 989

Direct download: woods_2017_09_01.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 9:12pm EST

Today I'm joined by Brent DeRidder of the Liberty Coalition for Disaster Relief and Gret Glyer, creator of the DonorSee philanthropy app, to discuss how private individuals and groups can relieve the suffering associated with this terrible disaster.

Show notes for Ep. 988

Direct download: woods_2017_08_31.mp3
Category:Talk Radio -- posted at: 1:18pm EST