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Best Voluntaryist podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Voluntaryist podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Liberty Weekly Podcast is a show about voluntarism, libertarianism, anarcho-capitalism, property rights, and Austrian economics. The show features discussions of libertarian theory, current events, geopolitics, social issues, and employs guest interviews.
 
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)
 
What's on your mind? Unlike those right-wing or left-liberal extremist shows, Free Talk Live is libertarian talk radio that ANYONE can take control of. Yes, even you. Free Talk Live is the next generation of issues-oriented talk. What is the meaning of freedom? This show is about Liberty with a capital L.
 
Evaluating the relationship between the Christian and the state. Numerous times in the Bible we are told to love God above all else. This includes any forms of States or Kings. It is our desire at AnarchoChristian to present these Truths and Scripture through the filter of today’s political and social State worship. No king but Christ!
 
A weekly podcast covering current events in politics, entertainment, religion and anything else from a libertarian, voluntaryist perspective. Exploring news stories, our current culture and political climate in an attempt to figure out how and where we can push the needle towards more personal liberty, more individualism and more freedom. Call the show : (815) 627-6530
 
This is Liberty Cap Talk Live with Todd Andrew Barnett: The Special Edition Show. This is a special edition of LCTL, where Liberty Cap Talk Live's free marketeer/voluntaryist talk radio show host Todd Andrew Barnett talks about cultural, social, and economic issues from a pro-freedom perspective. The show will feature roundtable guests and discussions of topics of mutual interests. Call-In Number: 347.326.9920
 
Read Rothbard is comprised of a small group of voluntaryists who are fans of Murray N. Rothbard. We curate content on the www.ReadRothbard.com site including books, lectures, articles, speeches, and we make a weekly podcast based on his free-market approach to economics. Our focus is on education and how advancement in technology improves the living standards of the average person. The Read Rothbard Podcast is all about Maximum Freedom. We look at movies and current events from a Rothbardian ...
 
Voluntucky is about Voluntaryism in Kentucky (obviously). But it digs much deeper than the philosophies heard on other podcasts. We seek to put boots on the ground – literally. YOUR boots – on Pulaski County, KY dirt to create the real world Voluntaryist society we all know is possible. In Voluntucky we will go beyond theory and begin putting plans into action just like some other radical individualists did 243 years ago, except we will learn the mistakes of history and employ impenetrable f ...
 
Well over a quarter century old, Morris and Linda Tannehill’s iconoclastic "The Market for Liberty" is one of the most important books of our time. Written originally in 1970, it is even more relevant now in an era of rapidly vanishing personal liberty caused by an ever more intrusive and expensive government. “The Market for Liberty” is the antidote to years of government indoctrination, lies and misinformation. Using clear and concise language, the Tannehills provide an entire rethinking o ...
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Jo Jorgensun joins us via remote :: Jo's take on police and BLM protests :: Jo agrees to pardon Ross Ulbricht :: Black Lives Matter :: Jo tells us whether she supports private nuke ownership :: The National Guard is in Manchester, New Hampshire :: Curfews :: Larry calls and goes full-blown anti-black :: Aria defends the socialist worldview? :: Self…
 
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…
 
Music and audio-editing by Edgar Cards: Bandcamp Instagram Twitter For further research: Collection of Videos & Pictures on Politics The Corbett Report The Propaganda Report Check out: The Open School website The Inherent Nature of Compulsory Schooling Essay The Origin of American Compulsory Schooling Essay Twitter Minds Bitchute Podbean Instagram…
 
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, …
 
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…
 
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…
 
Jo Jorgensen, Libertarian for POTUS :: Vegan Socialist "Meat" plant CEO busts union :: China is disappearing activists in Hong Kong :: US dropped a nuke on North Carolina in 1961 :: Cheap guns :: Google deletes item out of persons Drive account :: David’s case :: Edgington Post - Dr Carol Osborne, dogs can smell Covid :: Mark, Melanie and Richie Ri…
 
“I pledge allegiance to the flag…” In this episode, I reflect on the Pledge of Allegiance, and ask a lot of questions, as we review what it is, and where it came from. Additional resources:The Forging of American Socialism by Howard Quint https://cdn.mises.org/The%20Forging%20of%20American%20Socialism_3.pdf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Bel…
 
Libertarians Holding Online Convention to Nominate Presidential Candidate :: COVID in Prison :: Forkfest Two Weeks? :: New Hampshire Protests :: Joe Biden Knows Who is Black :: Escaping Politics :: New Orleans Crackdown :: Mark and Derrick Giving Up, Changing Strategy :: Reopening :: Obedient People :: People Standing Up :: Mass Barber Civil Disobe…
 
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…
 
Music and audio-editing by Edgar Cards: Bandcamp Instagram Twitter For further research: Collection of Videos & Pictures on Politics The Corbett Report The Propaganda Report Check out: The Open School website The Inherent Nature of Compulsory Schooling Essay The Origin of American Compulsory Schooling Essay Twitter Minds Bitchute Podbean Instagram…
 
Black people must vote for Joe Biden :: Voting in General :: Why Vin and Alex moved to Saipan :: Art Calls From Prison :: Joe Rogan to Leave CA? :: US China AI Race :: Joe Rogan tells Alex Jones that he has had enough :: Youtube Censorship :: China vs US Government, who is the real problem? :: Should Israel be a state :: Freedom in Florida :: Flori…
 
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…
 
Trump Refuses to wear a mask :: Dangers of Lawfare :: Michigan Barber beats Govt. in court ... again! :: Trump won't close economy for second wave :: Governors won't reopen until "foolproof" vaccine developed :: Ian hates the "New Normal" :: Belarus has same number of covid deaths as NH :: Meet the candidate who makes Sununu look "good" :: Schools …
 
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…
 
Americans are economically illiterate :: spreading the fear virus :: The government wrecks your money (again) :: Larry from Indiana suffers from confusion on national radio :: Conan is watching Legion :: Don't mind me, just suing the gays :: Dershowitz doesn't think we have the right to not be vaccinated :: Faith in the system, why isn't it broken?…
 
100,000 people imprisoned on cruise ships :: Did Michael Jackson do things to kids :: Texas drops over 200 cases against lockdown violator :: the tipping point for revolt :: many restaurants have or will close permamently :: Economics :: Christian Anarchist Corona Virus Update :: Space Disco Update :: Barter Town Soon In Goldbar :: Hosts Captain Ki…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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