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In Historical Controversies, Mises Institute scholar Chris Calton debunks the history you may have learned in school. Armed with facts, theory, and a Rothbardian appreciation for historical narrative, Calton enlightens and entertains in a podcast that has something to offer all audiences. See the podcast's updated Corrections and Qualifications page. See also Chris Calton's Bibliographic Essays (PDF): Season 1, History of the War on Drugs (Mises.org/EC1Bib) and Season 2: Antebellum United St ...
 
The Dangerous History Podcast covers the history that the Establishment would rather you NOT know, helping you learn the past so you can understand the present and prepare for the future.
 
Welcome to the Culinary Libertarian podcast. I want you to succeed in the kitchen if you are baking or cooking. The mystery and amazement of restaurant cooking can feel intimidating. You can do this and I'll help. Listen along to how easy it can be and you can get in the kitchen and get cooking. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dannreid/support
 
Wesley Geer of Rock to Recovery(c) and formerly of Korn each week interviews rad musicians, rockstars, celebs, people, that have overcome their demons to thrive in an industry rife with challenges.
 
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Tune into health and wellness with David Benjamin, David is an advocate for healthy organic green living and in this podcast we discuss topics around nutrition, diet, detoxification, emotional health and healing, spiritual living, happiness, fulfillment and the enrichment of life in any way that relates to the mind, body or spirit. Join us, subscribe and be a part of the conversation!
 
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Chris Calton, Mises Wire contributing author, PhD history student at the University of Florida, and contributing writer to the Austro Libertarian magazine joins me to discuss his article in the Summer 2019 issue of the Austro Libertarian. He wrote a piece about socialism before Marx, what it looked like, why it was thought of and thought to be ...…
 
I am super-excited to announce that the first lecture of Rise of the American Empire, the first Dangerous History Lyceum course, is now available! This podcast episode is centered on a segment from the first lecture in that course (slightly over half of the lecture, to be precise), so that DHP listeners will get a little preview of what is goin ...…
 
A solo episode today talking about the basics of pickles and pickle processing. With the harvest of tomatoes coming in and my fondness for stewed (canned not pickled, but maybe green tomatoes [yes, I know tomatoes are pickled but I see no good reason why]) pickling seemed a perfect way to save some of the garden gifts. Show notes and the recipe ...…
 
Luke Tatum returns to the show. He's started a very neat digital game project which he'll tell us more about. It has spies and the CIA and government and fried chicken. Luke and I talk about some of the key aspects of the game, how interested people can help Luke's team see the game to fruition and them we get a bit more philosophical in our da ...…
 
Jimmy Clegg and I dive into some other issues beyond just Keto. We also touch on 3 articles which show how what we've been taught or lead to think is so may not be so at all. The why of all that is another episode. Find the show notes with all the references linked here https://www.culinarylibertarian.com/52 --- This episode is sponsored by · A ...…
 
Part 2 of CJ's deep dive into the life & career of Woodrow Wilson covers most of Wilson's career in academia, stopping just as he's about to become president of Princeton University. Join CJ as he discusses: Woodrow Wilson's time as a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University Woodrow Wilson's time as a college professor, starting at Bryn Maw ...…
 
Baker, teacher, and author Peter Reinhart returns to the podcast to talk with me about some baking basics, starting with what's the difference between taste and flavor. We discuss how to get the most from your breads or muffins as well as the all-important question of just what is success and who defines it? Show notes page with the links to Pe ...…
 
Kyle Mamounis returns to the show to talk about metabolism. Kyle's previous visit was to talk about sugar and fat, so we up the ante to find out what the body is doing with the food we give it. Metabolism is a complex issue but Kyle does good work to make it easy to understand and also gives some insight about the misinformation available on li ...…
 
Mike Maharrey joins me to talk about how some issues cross all political barriers to unite everyone. Medical marijuana has been one and the other emerging topic is food rights. What right has a desk jockey to tell you you cannot drink raw milk? What's the enforcement and how can that be done? People don't need the government in the medicine cab ...…
 
My guest Karen Q, a Revolutionary War historian shares some of her stories about the food and drink of the time, some juicy bits about some of the more infamous fellows and what life was like for those people not fighting for our independence. Show notes with links to the books Karen mentions, and the drink recipes, is here https://www.culinary ...…
 
Finally, after a LONG time of researching, planning, etc, here it is, the first installment in CJ's DHP Villains hit-piece on The Worst President (So Far!) in US History, Woodrow Wilson. (And that's no small matter considering how badly CJ thinks of most American presidents!) In this first installment, we're covering Wilson's early life & educa ...…
 
KC Gonzalez is my guest. He's currently the executive chef at his place of employment and shares with me some of the challenges facing cooks who wish to be chefs as well as what it takes to get in to a fast paced busy kitchen. It is not like they show on TV. Find the show notes page with the affiliates mentioned as well as KC's podcast here htt ...…
 
Dr Jeffrey Herbener, chair of economics at Grove City College in PA, is my guest to talk the basics of money, currency and capital. What's the difference, why does those distinctions matter to us and how can we learn to be better off with that knowledge? Show notes for today's episode with links to some resources mentioned in here https://www.c ...…
 
Khalil Saadiq joins me to talk vegan baking and some of the challenges which come with trying to keep vegan and bake and at least apporximate the original. We got into a bit more than just the baking side and delved a bit into food philosophy as well and if choices made are for diet or ideology. Show notes for today's episode are here with link ...…
 
I'm solo today talking about mixing and baking cakes and the preparation for that. Even through all the kinds of cakes, there remains a few constants and that's the focus today. Once these basics are made habit, the next steps come easy and you'll be dazzling everyone soon enough. Show notes with the recipes mentioned is here, https://www.culin ...…
 
Alex Merced, vice chair of the National Libertarian Committee, joins me to talk some basics of libertarianism, including how seeking to help by forced business practices in the form of government fiat can cause more harm than intended. Show notes to this episode and links to Alex's websites is here https://www.culinarylibertarian.com/43 --- Sen ...…
 
This crossover episode features the conversation CJ had with Brett Veinotte of the School Sucks Project on the last day of the 2019 Midwest Peace & Liberty Fest. Join Brett & CJ as they discuss a wide variety of topics, including (but not limited to) Harry Anslinger, conspiracy theories, critical thinking, human scale, and the rigidification of ...…
 
My guest today is John Moody, homesteader, food rights activist and co-hos, with Joel Salatin, of Rogue Food Conference. John and I talk homesteading a bit, farming a lot and some food rights issues, but really, the health of the soil is a direct link to the health of the people who eat that food. The show notes page, with a link to register fo ...…
 
My guest today is Jerica Cadman of Shady Grove Ranch in East Texas. We're talking about farming and eating healthful foods and, how sometimes, the food we buy isn't healthy for us or the animal. Specifically, we're talking about the arsenic levels in chicken feed which turned out to be arsenic levels in chicken meat. Pretty scary stuff. Arsenic ...…
 
At the 2019 Midwest Peace & Liberty Fest in Delton, Mich., CJ took the occasion of Michigan's recent legalization of marijuana to do a DHP Villains feature on the man who is arguably the most important of the Founding Fathers of the US government's war on drugs. Join CJ as he discusses the career of Harry J. Anslinger, from his early life to wo ...…
 
This is my appearance on the Chef's Meal podcast when we discuss sourdough bread making. KC and I get deep into the flour bin, so to speak, about how to make the best sourdough you can and some basic breads 101 as well. The best way, of course, is dive in. We give you some good basics for staying afloat. Okay. Enough swimming metaphors. Show no ...…
 
My guest, Azher, speaks with me about Indian food, his memories of India as a child and what we can learn about cooking in the spirit of Indian food. If you are enjoying the content I bring, please support this podcast with an Anchor donation. Show notes to this episode are here, https://www.culinarylibertarian.com/39 --- This episode is sponso ...…
 
James Beard award winning author Peter Reinhart joins me to discuss his new book. On the way to getting there we discuss what it takes to make and bake superior bread and what can be learned from waiting.The show notes for this episode, with links to this book and others of Peter's books is https://www.culinarylibertarian.com/38If you liked thi ...…
 
On June 5th, 2014, CJ published the first episode of the Dangerous History Podcast, and while it wasn't great, he kept plugging away at it, slowly getting better & better and now, here we are, five years later, and not only has the Dangerous History Podcast survived & endured, it's bigger & better than ever! Join CJ as he discusses: What he mea ...…
 
Fresh herbs bring such great flavor to food, but sometimes how to use them best is a mystery. So too with spices. How do professional cooks get the most flavor from these need not stop you any longer. It's not hard, but probably no one told you. Well, let's fix that. Show notes for this episode with links to books and recipes mentioned is here, ...…
 
A side hustle, or a side job, is growing in popularity, especially as an internet marketing job. I've had my toes in this for a while and have learned a couple of things which I share on this episode. I've learned a few things which seem pretty solid and one of them is be patient. See the show notes with the affiliate links and books mentioned ...…
 
In this DHP episode, CJ talks with Cathal J. Nolan, associate professor of history at Boston University and author of the book The Allure of Battle: A History of How Wars Have Been Won and Lost. Join CJ & Professor Nolan as they discuss: How leaders & nations are often seduced by 'the allure of battle' and a 'short war delusion' The ways in whi ...…
 
Summer's coming and little says more about summer's arrival than grilling. I discuss some grilling tips, some new tricks with old tech and more about some secrets for great grilled food. The show notes page is here with links to the recipes and books mentioned as well as banners for the affiliate products. Https://www.culinarylibertarian.com/35 ...…
 
Petra Conti is the Ambassador of the Italian ballet in the world since 2014. She has performed on some of the most important stages around the world and she held the Prima Ballerina status at the prestigious La Scala Ballet company in Milan, Italy. She has also been a Principal Dancer with Boston Ballet, and is […]…
 
This Dangerous History Podcast episode covers a dramatic but very little-known conflict in the early history of colonial North America, which culminated in multiple mass murders of European colonists by other, rival European colonists. Join CJ as he discusses: An overview of early Spanish attempts at colonizing La Florida, which were a series o ...…
 
Sonia Rangel of Huizache Creamery in Ashland, OR., joins me to talk cheese making. Sonia operates her retail cheese shop with years of ancestral experience and tradition behind her. Find details about Sonia's Facebook page and more on the show notes page, https://www.culinarylibertarian.com/34. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The eas ...…
 
Chris Stewart is an author of a number 1 #Amazon #bestseller book, ‘Prayers, Punk Rock & Pastry’, which is the heart and soul of his story of hope. Chris is also a dynamic speaker, workshop facilitator, and coach. Chris was voted into the top 200 entrepreneurs of 2016 for his company, Buns, and Roses Baking Company, a company designed […]…
 
Cherry season is not really that far away so I'm speaking with Jack King of King Orchards in Central Lake, MI. about cherries. What are the main two types and how can we use them? What else besides pie can we do with cherries and are they healthy for us? Jack was kind enough to send several recipes from his orchard's recipe file and they are on ...…
 
We were joined by the one and only Peter Keys!! Peter is a member of Lynyrd Skynyrd and has worked with many legendary musicians from George Clinton, Peter Tork, Marty Friedman, Snoop Dogg, Isaac Hayes and more! Keys is a sober legendary rockstar and you won’t want to miss this episode with him on Rock To Recovery […]…
 
Season 3, Episode 54 After Grant’s army moved on from Pittsburg Landing, the horrors of the battle remained for the people living there. Focusing primarily on the story of nine-year-old Elsie Duncan, Chris recounts the terrible years that followed the Battle of Shiloh for the civilians left in its wake. Chris Calton recounts the controversial h ...…
 
David Okamoto returns, this time to teach us how he bakes cookies for his bakery, David's Homemade Soft Cookies, in Thailand. I ask him almost all of his tricks and tips and we get the basics well covered. We've even got a few stories of our blunders with flour and a mixer. Find the show notes page here, https://www.culinarylibertarian.com/32 - ...…
 
Megan Holiday is living her dream as the night show host at KROQ and also the midday host at sister station ALT 1053(previously LIVE 105) in San Francisco. Megan absolutely loves what she gets to do and believes if she has made one person smile during their commute that she has done her job. When Megan is not working, she […]…
 
This episode features a talk Chris Calton gave to Auburn’s Young Americans for Liberty on April 20, as part of the Reclamation of Liberties event. In the talk, Chris offers an overview of the history of the governmental efforts to stigmatize marijuana in order to justify criminalization and draconian enforcement policies. He traces the changing ...…
 
This is my appearance on the Culture of Peace podcast. Luke and I discuss the MyPlate program which was the Food Pyramid. How did it start and why and what's wrong with it? How has it helped or harmed Americans and is a central planner, one-size-fits-all approach to nutrition really the best plan? Find the show notes with links to Luke's podcas ...…
 
This episode is a tag-team collaboration with Chris Calton, host of the Historical Controversies podcast, which is published by the Mises Institute. Join Chris & CJ as they tell the story of the Battle of Shiloh as experienced by Henry Stanley (a young Confederate soldier) and John Cockerill (a young Union soldier.) (This episode is a crossover ...…
 
Our very own Clinton Calton is our guest on Rock to Recovery Radio this week!! Clinton is notably known as the guitarist for LEGENDARY Punk Rock Band, D.I. Band and plays in Sacred Sons Band and HU3M3N. He has toured extensively, and recorded/produced music with many other artist such as: KMK, Ronnie Kind, Jack Grisham, Angelo Moore, as well as […]…
 
Season 3, Episode 53 "Professor CJ" of the Dangerous History Podcast joins Chris Calton to tell the story of Shiloh from the perspective of two soldiers, from their own personal memoirs of the battle. One story follows the experiences of Henry Morton Stanley, a twenty-one-year-old Confederate. The other story involves the sixteen-year-old John ...…
 
Dyreka Klaus joins me to discuss her book Think For Yourself, a work book for young people to learn and develop their critical thinking skills. We have an enlightening talk and get into the nitty gritty of how and why such courses are no longer taught in public schools. See the show notes page, https://www.culinarylibertarian.com/30 to find the ...…
 
Season 3, Episode 52 The second day of battle brought fresh Union soldiers to the battlefield. They could hardly comprehend the destruction they witnessed from the day before. The bloodshed resumed until the overwhelmed Confederates were forced to retreat to Corinth. This episode also tells the oft-neglected story of the Battle of Fallen Timber ...…
 
My guest, Amber Hall, is a full time mom and teacher and blogger and we talk about getting all that done and still cooking dinner. It's a tough challenge but one parents rise to every day. What can make that a bit easier or cut some steps out? We also discuss a recent article about kids nutrition and ideas the government has on how to step in a ...…
 
Season 3, Episode 51 As the Union line fell back, they condensed at the bottom of a ravine. As the thousands of soldiers in each army crowded in to fight in the narrowest portion of the battlefield, the area earned the nickname “The Hornet’s Nest.” Before the day was done, thousands of men would fall, including the highest ranking officer to lo ...…
 
The professional chefs certainly make it look easy. Cooking is just tossing stuff into a hot pan, a flick of the wrist and it's done. As that part goes, that's not too far from so, but, how did those ingredients just happen to be cut up and ready? What of that pan flipping action? Easy peasy or did that take practice? Home cooking oughtn't be a ...…
 
Dr. Erin is not only the creator and TV host of Good Morning Lala Land, but she is also a doctor of divinity, new thought minister, international best-selling author, a self-made millionaire, and more! Forbes featured her as “The 11 Most Inspirational Female Entrepreneurs To Follow On Instagram”. With over 42 million impression and 800 […]…
 
Season 3, Episode 50 At the beginning of the Battle of Shiloh, the Confederacy caught the Union by surprise. However, one Union Colonel suspected that an attack was coming, and he formed his men into a defensive line that bought the rest of the Union troops time to join the fight. Instead of a quick Confederate victory, both armies faced a bloo ...…
 
My guest today is, Michael Boldin, the executive director of the 10th Amendment Center. He joins me to talk food sovereignty which starts with each of us not allowing the government to bully us about regarding what foods we prefer to consume. Michael discusses how the raw milk folks and food in general can learn much from the success of the can ...…
 
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