Fri, 27 October 2023
Dan McCarthy, vice president for the Collegiate Network at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and editor of Modern Age, joins us to discuss a wide array of issues: how the Middle East affects the dynamics within the Democratic and Republican parties, the likely outcome of the DeSantis/Newsom debate, the issues that are hurting Joe Biden the most, and plenty more.
Thu, 26 October 2023
About 200,000 new books are released every year. You have very limited time. Which ones should you read? Glenn Corey has done his homework: he's read a zillion of them and written up one hundred of them to help guide you in becoming informed as efficiently as possible.
How to Get a $150,000 Liberal Arts Education for Free: 100 Books to Help You Better Understand Yourself, Others, and the World You Live in
Wed, 25 October 2023
Alan Futerman, co-author of The Classical Liberal Case for Israel, and Jeremy R. Hammond, author of Obstacle to Peace: The U.S. Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, square off in a fruitful debate over the most contentious issue of the present moment.
- The Classical Liberal Case for Israel, by Walter Block and Alan Futerman
- Obstacle to Peace, by Jeremy R. Hammond
- Ep. 1282 Should Israel Give Up Territory?
- Walter Block and Alan Futerman, "The Moral Duty to Destroy Hamas"
- Alan Futerman, Walter Block, and Rafi Farber, "The True Nature of the BDS Movement"
- Jeremy Hammond, "What Was the Balfour Declaration of 1917 and Why Is It Significant?"
- Jeremy Hammond, "The Myth of the UN Creation of Israel"
Fri, 20 October 2023
For years, Dr. Miriam Grossman has resisted the direction of her profession, which has adopted novel gender theories wholesale, and instead been a source of consolation and common sense for people and families caught up in transgender propaganda.
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Thu, 19 October 2023
Absolutely nobody asked for a Central Bank Digital Currency, but the central banks of the world seem determined to give them to us anyway. The great Dominic Frisby joins us to discuss their dangers, as well as to review what we need to know about gold and Bitcoin.
Tue, 17 October 2023
Scott Horton joins us to discuss the horrific Hamas attacks on Israel, but alongside commentary that might upset Ben Shapiro.
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Fri, 13 October 2023
Michael Rectenwald discusses his journey into and out of Marxism, where social justice nuttiness comes from, and the lure of military intervention.
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Thu, 12 October 2023
Carrie Gress returns to review feminism's record, and it isn't pretty.
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Wed, 11 October 2023
Matthew Lysiak discusses the various interests that combined to substitute cheap, fake food for the real food Americans used to eat. A key driving force: trying to conceal the effects of inflation on food prices by persuading Americans to consume cheap -- and, it turns out, unhealthy -- alternatives.
Fri, 6 October 2023
So-called "Social Justice Warriors" believe a series of things that are demonstrably untrue, but they believe them with a religious fervor. The Libertarian Institute's Keith Knight and I are heretics here to smash those ideas.
Wed, 4 October 2023
In one of the strongest episodes of this show ever, Terence Kealey, professor emeritus at Buckingham University and a research fellow of the Cato Institute, makes a stunningly powerful case for the separation of science and state.
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