Best Agorism podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Channeling the flow of information to the LAVA (Libertarian, Anarcho-capitalist, Voluntaryist, Agorist) Community. If you want more meat and less fluff in your libertarian podcast, this is the show for you. We talk libertarian philosophy, news from a libertarian perspective, and other topics is a short, punchy way to ensure your time is not wasted on hearing what my dogs are up to this week. I get in, give you the information you want and need, then I get out and leave you alone!
 
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Thinking Liberty is a weekly call-in radio show where topics are discussed from an engaging, libertarian anarchist perspective. Topics can range from what’s going on in the news to whatever is on the caller’s mind. Thinking Liberty is striving to present guests (both in studio and via the phone) that represent the full spectrum of anarchy.
 
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52 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Pete wanted to do an episode on classic voluntaryism so he invited Rodger Paxton to come on the show. Rodger is the host of the wildly popular LAVA Flow Podcast as well as his new podcast, Essential Libertarianism. On Essential Libertarianism, Rodger reads selected readings from voluntaryist.com that were, for l ...…
 
48 Minutes Suitable for All Ages An article by Market Watch's Atuyla Sarin titled, "Bitcoin is Close to Becoming Worthless" made the rounds on social media and got some people panicking. Pete invited Cointext CTO Vin Armani to come on the show to refute the reporting in the article. Vin also commented on the state of the crypto markets and Ohio ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 119 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: an update on his parking ticket; the definitive article he wrote in November 2018 outlining voluntaryist and real libertarian-based solutions to the immigration and public benefits problem; and more. Listen to Editor’s Break 119 (18m ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 118 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: a summation of his views on praying to the state to enforce its arbitrary borders; racial prejudice directed at white people; the obligatory nature of state coercion; why suffering is often a good thing; when children should be expos ...…
 
72 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Pete did a youTube Livestream last week with Rollo and Slappy of "The Rollo and Slappy Show." They started off talking about the nature of co-ops but quickly pivoted to the topics contained within the title of this episode. Mcfloogle.com The Rollo and Slappy Show Dean's Article Mance's Patreon Mance's Books on A ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 117 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: getting a parking ticket, finally, after six months of food delivery; his grandmother’s improving situation; an article he wrote in March of 2008 on what the country should do about the illegal immigration problem; and more. Listen t ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 116 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: practicing the Stoic teaching of recognizing your own complicity in your emotional reactions to the speech of others; the insidious institution of schooling and its coercion and manipulation of children; how markets will respond to t ...…
 
55 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Pete welcomes Scott Horton back to the show. Scott is the host of the Scott Horton Show, the Editorial Director at Antiwar.com and the Director of LibertarianInstitute.org. He is the author of "Fool's Errand - Time to End the War in Afghanistan." With all the reports of "conflicts" and "sea battles" between Russ ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 115 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: resources and scarcity; the purpose of property rights; ideas as patterns of information; the attempt to apply property rights to non-scarce ideas in the forms of copyright and patent; why intellectual property makes everyone a thief ...…
 
79 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Pete welcomes Richard Grove to the show. Widely known for his documentary, "The Ultimate History Lesson: A Weekend with John Taylor Gatto," Richard is a fountain of knowledge on several subjects. In this episode, Richard talks about Gatto, the book "Tragedy and Hope" by Carrol Quigley, his work "The History Blue ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 114 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the narratives we build about other people and the unfair and probably wrong assumptions we end up making; his March 2008 essay on corporate welfare; and more. Listen to Editor’s Break 114 (22m, mp3, 64kbps) Subscribe via RSS here, o ...…
 
42 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Pete welcomes Sal Mayweather to the show. Known on Twitter as "Sal the Agorist," Sal, much like Pete, gained fame for posting liberty themed memes on Twitter. Sal started a podcast called "The Agora," in which he concentrates his efforts on teaching the themes of "counter economics," or Agorism. Sal and Pete tal ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 113 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the identical and nefarious motivations of colonialism and statism; upgrading confirmation bias to confirmation imperative; the virtue of baby steps toward reducing coercion in society; why humans are naturally egalitarian, how far t ...…
 
44 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Mance welcomes 'The Survival Podcast" host, Jack Spirko to the show. In the history of this podcast, Jack is the one guest that has been requested Mance have on more than any other. Jack goes over some basic prepping for emergency situations in the beginning of the episode, but concentrates most on what he is co ...…
 
56 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Pete welcomes the president of the Mises Institute, Jeff Deist. Jeff returns to the show to talk about free speech issues, a challenge to Pete on his social media posts and, of course, the enemy that is the Federal Reserve. Mises Institute Jeff's Article on Illiberalism Episode 75 w/ Jeff Deist Mance's Patreon M ...…
 
86 Minutes Some Strong Language Mance welcomed D.C. lobbyist 'Colin" back to the show for an 'Ask Me Anything' session with his Patreon subscribers. Colin answered as many questions as were sent his was for almost 90 minutes. Episode 141 With Colin Mance's Patreon Mance's Books on Amazon Mance's Books Available for Crypto Mance on Facebook Manc ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 112 has Skyler reading and adding commentary to an essay he wrote in May of 2007 titled, “Public Shootings and Self-Defense”. Listen to Editor’s Break 112 (18m, mp3, 64kbps) Subscribe via RSS here, or in any podcast app by searching for “everything voluntary”. Support the podcast at Patreon.com ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 111 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the terrible advice that is encouraging people in third world countries to stay and attempt to fix their governmental problems; the value in thinking of ideologies as sandboxes; what intelligence is and is not; the praiseworthiness t ...…
 
53 Minutes Suitable for All Audiences Mance welcomes Brian McGlinchey to the show. Brian, the founder of 28Pages.org, is an investigative journalist who has exposed the "Saudi Lobbying Scandal," as well as the declassified 28 pages from the congressional Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks ...…
 
26 Minutes Suitable For All Audiences Mance wanted to do a back to basics episode so he decided to use an outline of his first book, 'Freedom Through Memedom,' to structure an episode that the person who has embraced the ideology can use as a refresher, or can be passed a long to the newbie to get them going on the path to Voluntarism and liber ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 110 has Skyler listing and exploring the many different realizations that he’s made over the last ten years that have pushed him into becoming a principled non-voter. (Apologies for the audio quality.) Listen to Editor’s Break 110 (28m, mp3, 64kbps) Subscribe via RSS here, or in any podcast app ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 109 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the effectiveness of state constitutions and the reason for an amendment process; how enforcing borders is central planning; his belief in paranormal mystery and the existence of UFOs; a somewhat better way to look at regrets about t ...…
 
68 Minutes Suitable for All Ages After Mance released his recent episode with Dr. Mark Thornton of the Mises Institute detailing the Opioid Crisis in America, he was contacted by former professional BMX rider, and opioid user, Jason Perz. Not only has Jason overcome his addiction, but he has taken on the task of researching the history of the o ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 108 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: violent radicalism and the religion of Islam; why people become NPCs (non-player characters), and how to avoid becoming one; the ins and and outs of on-demand food delivery and why you should maximize your earnings; and more. (Apolog ...…
 
90 Minutes Some Strong Language Mance welcomes 2/3 of the leadership of LibertarianInstitute.Org, Scott Horton and Jared Labell. They discuss the importance of celebrating 'Armistice Day' and discuss the century of warfare that has ensued since it's inception. Chronicling a Century of War Scott Horton Show Jared Labell on LI Mance's Patreon Man ...…
 
60 Minutes Some Strong Language Mance invited his friend Remso Martinez to return to the show. Remso is the author of the book 'Stay Away from the Libertarians' and an all around, knowledgable liberty minded individual. Remso has decided to abandon Facebook altogether and is moving his social media presence to other platforms. He discusses the ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 107 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the value in granting birthright citizenship in order to reduce the amount of coercion leveled at people by governments; the challenge in tailoring your rhetoric, written or spoken, for a broader audience; what libertarianism has to ...…
 
96 Minutes Some Strong Language One of the perks of Mance's Patreon is there will be private 'Ask me Anything' livestreams with guests and the first guest was the great Scott Horton. Author of the great 'Fool's Errand', host of The Scott Horton Show and Anti-War Radio and widely considered to be the greatest foreign policy expert in libertarian ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s 106 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: swear words, their playful and hateful uses, and the importance of intent; the possibility of believing in God and a short introduction to ignosticism; several reasons for his abstention from participating in electoral politics; and more. ...…
 
23 Minutes Suitable for All Audiences I've had two former police officers on the show talking about the immorality of their former profession. I've had an attorney, I've had a college professor echo the same sentiments using common examples. I've done episodes detailing multiple incidents that are so beyond belief it is easy for people to dismi ...…
 
67 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Mance welcomes Gene Epstein to the show. Gene is an economist and former editor at Barron's Magazine who now is the Director of the Soho Forum Debate Series in NYC. Recently, Gene participated in a debate with Jacobin Magazine founder Bhaskar Sunkara. The referendum was, "Socialism is more effective than capital ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 105 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: whether alternative social media platforms like Minds, MeWe, and Dtube can achieve mainstream status like Facebook and YouTube; the value for voluntaryists to engage in identity politics on either the left or the right; the concept o ...…
 
29 Minutes Some Strong Language With all of the controversy going on with what the mainstream calls 'alternative' social media platforms, Mance invited Minds.com CEO Bill Ottman to come on and talk about what he sees going on in the space. Minds recently received venture capital From Medici and is moving forth with the growth of their blockchai ...…
 
51 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Mance invited the campaign director of 'Decriminalize Denver,' Kevin Matthews, to come on the show. Kevin is collecting signatures with the intention of getting the decriminalization of psilocybin mushrooms on the ballot in Denver in 2019. Mance wanted to talk about the initiative but is very focused on the rese ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 104 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the threat posed to Americans by the Honduran caravan; Donald Trump claiming that our ancestors “tamed a continent”; the true meaning of prosperity; and more. Listen to Editor’s Break 104 (17m, mp3, 64kbps) Subscribe via RSS here, or ...…
 
47 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Mance invited Pete Earle to come on the show and talk about his short book, 'Neutral Moresnet - A Century of Anarchy Through the Revisionist Lens.' In the book he looks at the tiny mining town in south Belgium that it would appear ruled itself without a central government for close to 100 years. Peter C. Earle i ...…
 
48 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Mance invited one of his favorite guests, former police officer, and current Voluntaryist/Anarchist, Raeford Davis back on the show. Raeford gives a recap of his personal journey, as well as talking about the major problems with government policing. He also comments on a couple current issues that have sprung up ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 103 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the difference between masculine and feminine, and when either become toxic; the effects of government educating our children; how a child or a person becomes “spoiled” and what that means; and more. Listen to Editor’s Break 103 (19m ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 102 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the so-called right to vote for political candidates and ballot initiatives; the Social Security program, how it works, and whether young people should rely on it existing when they retire; family planning and waiting to have childre ...…
 
51 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Mance welcomes co-host of the Scottish Liberty Podcast, Antony Sammeroff, to the show. Antony recently released a book entitled, "Universal Basic Income - For and Against." As a former proponent of the program, Antony brings greater knowledge to the discussion while providing suggestions from a libertarian persp ...…
 
46 Minutes Suitable for All Ages With reports coming out of the Brazilian, and International Press, that future Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro is everything from the next Hitler, to a free-market hero, Mance asked the president of the Instituto Rothbard in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Cristiano Chiocca to come on the show and share his opinion. Cris ...…
 
43 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Mance welcomes Senior Mises Institute Fellow Dr. Mark Thornton to the show. Dr. Thornton recently gave a talk at the Mises Institute Supporters Summit on the opioid crisis that is plaguing the United States. Dr. Thornton lays out a short history of this tragic epidemic that is taking lives every day. He addresse ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 101 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: his thoughts on the practice of whistleblowing; whether people have a right to be an asshole and where; what it means to get “red-pilled” and why this isn’t a terribly useful concept; and more. Listen to Editor’s Break 101 (22m, mp3, ...…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor’s Break 100 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the how and why of systemic racism; why anarchists don’t need to oppose hierarchy, instead of just opposing coercive institutions; whether humanity will survive this new so-called “age of outrage”; and more. Listen to Editor’s Break ...…
 
46 Minutes Suitable for all Audiences Mance invited Lyn Ulbricht to come on the show to provide updates on the petition to release her son Ross Ulbricht from federal prison as well as a new documentary series that is being released weekly on YouTube entitled, "Railroaded - The Targeting and Caging of Ross Ulbricht." Mance invited Executive Dire ...…
 
56 Minutes Some Strong Language Mance welcomes best-selling author Thaddeus Russell to the show. Thaddeus is the author of the book, "A Renegade History of the United States," where he concentrates on marginalized groups, and immigrant contributions to American culture. He is also the host of the popular "Unregistered" podcast. Mance asks him a ...…
 
23 Minutes Suitable for All Audiences Borrowing the title of an article by the late, great Will Grigg, Mance lays out the argument as to why you should not only teach your kids not to trust police, but to never talk to them. Professor Duane Video "Don't Talk to the Police/Cops" Mance's Books on Amazon Mance's Books Available for Crypto Mance on ...…
 
56 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Mance had a chance to talk to former Free State Project President, and current board member, Matt Philips. Mance will be speaking at the FSP sponsored Liberty Forum (Feb. 7-9, 2019) in Manchester, New Hampshire and wanted to ask questions about what the FSP is all about. He specifically wanted to know how a move ...…
 
56 Minutes Suitable for all Audiences Mance welcomes Jose Nino back to the show. When Jose appeared on the podcast recently, Mance talked about him coming back on to talk about guns and gun rights. Jose works for a gun rights lobbyist and was more than willing to share his feelings and experiences working in that field. Jose on the FBI adding 4 ...…
 
55 Minutes Suitable for all Ages Mance welcomes award winning journalist Jeremy R Hammond back to the show. Jeremy recently released an e-book entitled, "Exposing a Zionist Hoax: How Elan Journo's 'What Justice Demands' Deceives Readers About the Palestinian Conflict." In it Jeremy proves that not only is Journo being deceptive in his arguments ...…
 
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