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Best Agorist podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Agorist podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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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!
 
Mance Rayder's core philosophy is that all human interaction should be voluntary, period! Any and all coerced or forced interactions are logically and morally without mandate. If I do not have the right to demand 30% of my neighbor's labor, I can in no way, logically or morally, pass that right on to some other man or organization. -Mance Rayder (July 2017)
 
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37 MinutesPG-13Pete invited Georgia defense attorney, Catherine Bernard, to come on the show. Catherine has made a name for herself by defending non-violent offenders who have been brought up on felony charges for drugs, guns and other "offenses." Her record of acquittals is stellar. Pete and Catherine talk about her background, her work, what you …
 
37 Minutes PG-13 Pete invited Georgia defense attorney, Catherine Bernard, to come on the show. Catherine has made a name for herself by defending non-violent offenders who have been brought up on felony charges for drugs, guns and other "offenses." Her record of acquittals is stellar. Pete and Catherine talk about her background, her work, what yo…
 
Scott Horton returns to Foreign Policy Focus for the 500th episode. Scott talks about the lessons and themes of Star Wars. He explains how the failures of the Jedi led to the fall of the Republic and the rise of the Empire. The saga is a warning to Americans about the dangers of empire and endless war. Scott also weighs in on the protests/riots and…
 
48 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Scott Horton returns to the show to provide commentary on the George Floyd killing and its aftermath. Scott Horton is Managing Director of The Libertarian Institute, host of Antiwar Radio for Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and KUCR 88.3 in Riverside, podcasts the Scott Horton Show from scotthorton.org, and is…
 
48 Minutes Suitable for All Ages Scott Horton returns to the show to provide commentary on the George Floyd killing and its aftermath. Scott Horton is Managing Director of The Libertarian Institute, host of Antiwar Radio for Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and KUCR 88.3 in Riverside, podcasts the Scott Horton Show from scotthorton.org, and is…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features an interview of educator and podcaster Brett Veinotte from 2017 by Thaddeus Russell, host of the Unregistered Podcast. Brett is the host and editor of the School Sucks Project. The School Sucks Project is a weekly podcast and web community dedicated to exposing the damaging effects of govern…
 
On FPF #499, Will Porter returns to the show to cover the ongoing protests, riots, and police brutality. The protests started after a police officer slowly murdered George Floyd, while three other helped and watched. The protesters demanded charges for the officers. Police responded to the protests by cracking down on the protests. Some of the prot…
 
60 Minutes Safe for Work Jeff Deist is the president of the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama and comes on the show to discuss Section 230 and Trump’s Executive Order, as well as taking a look at the George Floyd killing and the riots and looting that followed it. Mises Institute Events Mises Institute Support and Donate Link to Richard Grove’s Au…
 
60 Minutes Safe for Work Jeff Deist is the president of the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama and comes on the show to discuss Section 230 and Trump's Executive Order, as well as taking a look at the George Floyd killing and the riots and looting that followed it. Mises Institute Events Mises Institute Support and Donate Link to Richard Grove's Au…
 
Danny Sjursen discusses America’s absurd Afghan War strategy for the last nearly two decades. Sjursen served in Afghanistan during the Obama surge, seeing firsthand the utter futility of America’s attempt to conquer and rule a country that for centuries has been the graveyard of empires. Scott and Sjursen are hopeful that President Trump will follo…
 
Scott talks to Coleen Rowley about the failures in America’s intelligence agencies that contributed to the 9/11 attacks, and that continue to plague us today. She reminds us that three FBI agents in three different states tried to pass very specific warnings to their higher-ups about the possibility of an attack like the one on September 11th, but …
 
Ron Enzweiler discusses the narratives surrounding domestic terrorist attacks like the one in Pensacola, Florida last December. Too often, these incidents are practically ignored, disappearing from the news before anyone can dig deeply into the details. When they are covered, the story often conveniently revolves around the idea that the attacker s…
 
On FPF #498. I discuss Trump’s foreign policy strategy of using sanctions to deal with any international issue. Trump has sanctioned several countries, including Russia, China, Iraq, Lebanon, Zimbabwe, and Myanmar. For others – North Korea, Venezuela, and Iran – he has not limited the sanctions to individuals or industries, but rather imposes an ec…
 
56 Minutes PG-13 Marc Clair is the host of the flagship show on the Lions of Liberty podcast network and has come on to talk about his recent exodus from Los Angeles to Mexico as a result of the measures put in place by the California government’s in response to CV-19. He delivers what is an inspiring message about liberty for those willing to purs…
 
56 Minutes PG-13 Marc Clair is the host of the flagship show on the Lions of Liberty podcast network and has come on to talk about his recent exodus from Los Angeles to Mexico as a result of the measures put in place by the California government's in response to CV-19. He delivers what is an inspiring message about liberty for those willing to purs…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a discussion with Danish journalist Flemming Rose from 2017. Twenty-five years ago, the pioneers of the Internet believed that they had created a tool to do away with censorship once and for all. Today, anyone with a smartphone is able to publish and communicate whatever they want, and yet, …
 
On FPF #497, I discuss the developing story of a Ukrainian judge ruling Joe Biden is to be named in a criminal probe from his time as Vice President. The criminal probe is looking into the firing of former-Ukrainian Prosecutor General Victor Shokin. Biden has publically bragged about leveraging a $1 billion IMF Loan to get Ukraine to fire Shokin. A…
 
56 MinutesPG-13Donnie Gebert returns to the show to talk about his thoughts on the government and society's response to CV-19. Donnie was on when most of the shutdowns started happening and had some harsh words for China. With more information Donnie's thoughts have evolved and he's here to share them with you.Donnie is the author of "A Direct Repu…
 
56 Minutes PG-13 Donnie Gebert returns to the show to talk about his thoughts on the government and society's response to CV-19. Donnie was on when most of the shutdowns started happening and had some harsh words for China. With more information Donnie's thoughts have evolved and he's here to share them with you. Donnie is the author of "A Direct R…
 
Max Blumenthal discusses the outrageous treatment of Julian Assange during his time at the Ecuadorian embassy in London over the last few years, and since his arrest last year. Blumenthal has reported on the extensive spying Assange was subjected to at the embassy, and on the scandalous connection between the Sheldon Adelson-backed security firm, U…
 
Will Porter returns to the show to discuss the US announcing that it plans to spend China and Russia into oblivion in a new arms race. In recent years the US has been working towards a new Cold War. Will explains how the announcement ties with Trump's foreign policy of shifting focus to great power competition. Will and Kyle talk about how the new …
 
86 MinutesPG-13Vin Armani is back to talk about his move from California to Saipan to avoid growing tyranny in response to CV19 by state governors in the lower 48. He also gives his opinion on Rogan's move to Spotify, whether at this point Agorism can free masses of people or just the individual, and a few other topics.Counter Markets NewsletterBuy…
 
Scott interviews James Bradley about the growing threat of war with China, evinced by political rhetoric, public sentiment, and media coverage. The thing is, Scott and Bradley agree, this threat has no real basis in any bellicosity on China's part. It is mainly the result of powerful interest groups who stand to gain from hostilities, and the rabbl…
 
86 Minutes PG-13 Vin Armani is back to talk about his move from California to Saipan to avoid growing tyranny in response to CV19 by state governors in the lower 48. He also gives his opinion on Rogan's move to Spotify, whether at this point Agorism can free masses of people or just the individual, and a few other topics. Counter Markets Newsletter…
 
Scott talks to Gareth Porter about the decades-long attempt by neoconservative war hawks in the U.S. to link the Iranian government to terrorist activities, most notably those of al Qaeda in Iraq. This was the supposed justification for the killing of Qasem Soleimani earlier this year, a claim that Porter says is totally unfounded. Allegations that…
 
Braden Chapman discusses his time serving in Afghanistan with Australia's SAS, a special forces unit that worked closely with American troops to go after high profile targets. Chapman has recently come forward with allegations of war crimes by some of his fellow soldiers, a pattern that many others have now supported. The Australian government has …
 
Scott talks to Brett Wilkins about Project SHAD, a Cold War era bioweapons test program that exposed thousands of American sailors to chemical and biological weapons. These veterans have been seeking redress for a slew of ailments allegedly caused by exposure to these weapons, but the government continues to evade culpability. Sadly, SHAD is only o…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by author and educator George H. Smith from 1996. Smith speaks generally on the moral right of resistance to government and particularly from the historical perspective of the American Revolution. Purchase books by George H. Smith on Amazon here. Listen To This Episode (56m, mp3, 6…
 
On FPF #495, I discuss the US leaving the Open Skies Treaty. The treaty allows for member states to conduct surveillance flights over each other. The treaty is key to keeping countries informed about each other's military capabilities. Without the treaty in place, war hawks will likely exploit the lack of intelligence and claim Russia is building u…
 
61 MinutesStrong LanguagePete invited podcaster and comedian Dave Smith to return to the show. They have a discussion about how the U.S. government continues their technocratic growth by now adding medical health to their list of subjects that are beyond question for anyone but their "expert." Part of the ProblemDave's Website Link to Richard Grove…
 
61 Minutes Strong Language Pete invited podcaster and comedian Dave Smith to return to the show. They have a discussion about how the U.S. government continues their technocratic growth by now adding medical health to their list of subjects that are beyond question for anyone but their "expert." Part of the Problem Dave's Website Link to Richard Gr…
 
Scott interviews Trevor Timm about a recent U.S. senate vote that would grant the government access to Americans' browser history without a warrant. This shameful vote is surprising to those who thought that even Washington insiders would have stood up to a civil liberties violation this egregious. Timm and Scott also discuss Julian Assange's extra…
 
On FPF #494, I discuss Trump's decision to fire the State Department Inspector General. At the time the IG was fired, the office was looking into State Department head Mike Pompeo. Pompeo a target because the State Dept continued to push to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia, even against the will of Congress and the laws of the US. Saudi has used severa…
 
61 MinutesPG-13Joe Lozito was on a NYC train on a Saturday morning in 2012 when he was violently attacked by a knife-wielding spree killer. He survived, but when all of the information came out it became obvious that the attack could've been avoided.Joe tells Pete his story.The New York Subway Hero: My Battle with Evil...and a Spree-Killer!!Joe on …
 
61 Minutes PG-13 Joe Lozito was on a NYC train on a Saturday morning in 2012 when he was violently attacked by a knife-wielding spree killer. He survived, but when all of the information came out it became obvious that the attack could've been avoided. Joe tells Pete his story. The New York Subway Hero: My Battle with Evil...and a Spree-Killer!! Jo…
 
Mike Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment Center discusses a recent U.S. Supreme Court case that overturns a Kansas Supreme Court decision concerning a potentially unconstitutional traffic stop. The police officer in the incident in question pulled a car over because his computer showed that the owner had a suspended driver's license. This was seen as p…
 
John Kiriakou discusses his time at the CIA during the lead up to and aftermath of 9/11, given the recent revelations about the identity of a Saudi official connected with the attack. This is the first time the American people have seen any concrete evidence tying the Saudi government to the hijackers, which Kiriakou finds ridiculous. The families …
 
Scott interviews Ben Freeman about his report, "The Qatar Lobby in Washington D.C." Freeman goes over the recent history of Qatar's efforts to influence U.S. policy, including their apparent success in winning over the Trump administration to their side in a dispute with Saudi Arabia. In this case and in others, Freeman is astounded by how easy it …
 
Scott talks to Aaron Maté about the latest developments in the apparent OPCW cover-up of their investigation into the alleged Douma chemical attack. It is now clear, based on recently leaked documents, that OPCW leadership lied about expert analyst Ian Henderson, who has since become the leading whistleblower in the story of their cover-up. They cl…
 
Pete Quinones discusses the recent killing of Ahmaud Arbery and the response from Americans on both sides of the political aisle. In a recent article at the Libertarian Institute, he discusses the incident from the perspective of the gun-owning community, arguing that the vast majority of serious gun owners view this killing as abhorrent, and that …
 
Ray McGovern reflects on the demise of "Russiagate," now that two central pieces of the narrative have fallen apart. The first comes from newly-released transcripts of the House Intelligence Committee's 2017 interview with a senior member of Crowdstrike, the firm that had supposedly provided the evidence that Russian agents were responsible for hac…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by economics professor David Friedman from 2012. Friedman examines the differences between civil and criminal systems of law. He imagines what the U.S. legal system would look like if criminal law were dissolved — that is, if the legal system was composed entirely of individuals br…
 
Will Porter returns to Foreign Policy Focus to explain a rare move the judge made in Mike Flynn's case. The Justice Department has recommended that charges be dropped against Flynn. However, the judge has now appointed a 'third party' to come argue the case against Fylnn. The 'third party' is not unbiased and has already written an oped arguing Fly…
 
64 MinutesSafe for WorkAmory Devereux is a freedom activist from Great Britain who, after reading Britain's new laws that were passed in response to Covid-19, left the country and declared himself a refugee in Canada.Amory explains the ramifications of the new laws and talks to Pete about strategies to combat tyranny coming from the government's re…
 
64 Minutes Safe for Work Amory Devereux is a freedom activist from Great Britain who, after reading Britain's new laws that were passed in response to Covid-19, left the country and declared himself a refugee in Canada. Amory explains the ramifications of the new laws and talks to Pete about strategies to combat tyranny coming from the government's…
 
Danny Sjursen talks about America's long history of intervention in Somalia, beginning after World War II, continuing during the Cold War, and persisting today through the War on Terror. Too often, he says, the mainstream narrative around U.S. interventions starts right before the current terrorist attack, regime change, or civilian uprising, and m…
 
Dan Wright and Joanne Leon - cohosts of the Around the Empire Podcast - return to Foreign Policy Focus to discuss the origins of Russiagate. For three years, we have been fighting to debunk the fake news created about the imagined Russian conspiracy to help Trump beat Hillary. Now, the fake news and false allegation have run dry, and some of the fa…
 
61 MinutesSafe for WorkPete invited Scott Horton to return to the show to talk about how he sees the future after the government's response to Covid-19, and to comment on a failed "coup" in Venezuela.Scott Horton is Managing Director of The Libertarian Institute, host of Antiwar Radio for Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and KUCR 88.3 in River…
 
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