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My name is Martin Lindeskog and I am a blogger, an “indie biz” (independent business) philosopher, a moderator, a social media evangelist, a speaker, a podcaster, and a tea enthusiast. I am writing on an “octalogy” with the working title, Tea Book Sketches – Ideas And Notions About The Second Most Popular Beverage In The World.
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EGO NetCast

Martin Lindeskog

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Martin Lindeskog is conducting interviews with artists, authors, business minded individuals, entrepreneurs, philosophers, etc. I am answering your questions on business philosophy, new media, and the good life. Stay tuned!
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High Five for Hemp

Martin Lindeskog and Adam Tinkoff

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Co-hosts, Martin and Adam share their personal journeys and explorations on the use of the Cannabis Sativa plant, e.g., CBD oil, and hemp capsules. We talk about the different uses of industrial hemp and medical marijuana products becoming more available to mass markets, what is going on with the research and development in this field, the historical cultivation of hemp, new small business opportunities for the future, and having a discourse on the rules and laws regarding the production of ...
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The Secular Foxhole

Blair Schofield and Martin Lindeskog

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As a freethinker, are you looking through binoculars out at the world in the safety of a foxhole? Get fuel for your soul and intellectual ammunition by listening to The Secular Foxhole podcast, in order to fight for the separation of religion and state. Blair chose this name (The Secular Foxhole) to dispute the myth that there are no atheists in foxholes, but also as a place to share ideas and defend Free Speech. The co-hosts both advocate the separation of Church and State, but also Economi ...
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Pen meets paper

Johan Gustaphzon, Martin Lindeskog & Johan Gudmundson

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An English spin-off of the Swedish podcast Penna möter papper. We talk with the individuals behind the stationary products, (provided) by small businesses. Interviews we want to hear, ourselves.
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We welcome back Brian Simpson to talk about his 2005 book, Markets Don't Fail. Tune in for a lively discussion covering several topics found in most/all economic textbooks, and why those books are misleading, at best, and outright false, at worst. In essence, we prove that, Markets Don't Fail. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode…
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Today we chat with Marsha Enright, President and Program Director of Reliance College. Of the many topics we cover: The significance of the name Reliance. What is their core program of subjects. The Unknown beauty of the city of Chicago. Her essay on What Vision Do Young People Need. Her time spent with Ayn Rand. Check out this delightful episode! …
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We discuss the cannabis culture on 4/20, showcasing different hemp products, and talk about how Germany's legalization of cannabis could ihave an mpact on other European countries. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) High Five for Hemp Town Hall. Feel free to…
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Martin and I discuss our latest News Sandwich with different topics, e.g., anti-trust and Apple, climate pressure groups and financial investors, and car issues in Maine. Martin goes through our show statistics, and gives a shout-out to our true fans and a call-to action regarding Sam Sethi's service, TrueFans.fm. Is there really a choice between B…
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This episode has us talking with returning guest, Aaron Smith of the Ayn Rand Institute. Today's topic is Stoicism's "Worst Idea." Join us for a lively discussion. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yours…
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Ayn Rand would have been 119 years old on Feb 2, 2024. Today we have Philosopher Andrew Bernstein with us to discuss her novels and philosophy. We talk about the significance of The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged, along with his own impact on her ideas with the works he has authored. We look into the future of an 'Objectivist' society, too. All ar…
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I talk about the strange position in Sweden regarding industrial hemp, compared to other countries in Europe. I also mention two books that are interesting to read if you want to learn more about CBD, hemp, and the war on drugs in Sweden. At the end of the episode, I do a shout-out to Tim Ferriss and his expertise on nootropics ("smart drugs"). Cal…
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We wrap up our discussion with Professor Hicks concerning his book. Truthfully, we could do about five more hours covering this plague upon Mankind. Alas, we will see if we can do that in the future. Happy New Year! Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Sec…
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I talk about the word, yuletide, the good life during the holidays, and my plans for the podcast. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) Tea Party Media Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other members, discuss the different episodes, give us cons…
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Today we offer you a wide-ranging discussion on racism with Professor Bernstein, that includes both his fiction novel, Reckoning, and his non-fiction work, entitled - American Racism: Its Decline, Its Baleful Resurgence, and Our Looming Race War. Tune in for a sobering talk. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (t…
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Today we're delighted to interview author Frederick Seiler, author of God Vs Nature, an overview of the historical conflict between reason and faith. Between science and religion. Let it be noted that this book is different in that it uses Ayn Rand's epistemology to make the case that yes, there is a conflict and that we in the West are losing our …
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Today we have as our guest, James Valliant, who studied Objectivism with Dr. Lenonard Peikoff, Ayn Rand's legal and intellectual heir, to celebrate Dr. Peikoff's 90th Birthday (October 15, 2023). Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Ha…
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Today we talk with Michael Liebowitz, author of View from a Cage, about his life in prison and his intellectual growth to become an advocate of liberty. This is a very interesting and stimulating conversation. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular F…
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Today Martin and I go over some show statistics, and talk about some cool current news items you may not have heard about. We also mention how you could support us, and spread the good word about our podcast. Martin was thinking of mentioning give-aways, but he forgot to say it during our conversation What kind of give-away, and merch., would like …
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In this show, we talk with Canadian Patriot, Matthew Ehret, who has an unique perspective on many issues, but one here, that I concur with, concerning Eco-Terrorism. Yes, it's a real thing. Links will be in the show notes. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) …
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We have a news sandwich with only positive news regarding clean energy, gene therapy, and lunar activities. Please support our show, if you value the content! Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself t…
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In today's show, have a chat with Philosopher Andrew Bernstein, about his new pamphlet, The Truth About Climate Change. Tune in for an interesting show as we uncover facts that are routinely overlooked by the government and media. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (fo…
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Join us for our 70th episode, as our guest, Robert Begley, discusses the similarities between Founder Alexander Hamilton and Ayn Rand. Robert gives a clear Call to Action, at the end of our conversation! Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole…
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Today we discuss Anders' political philosophy book, 'Think Right or Wrong, Not Left or Right.' Covering subjects like inflation, immigration, and the immorality of the welfare state. Plus Individualism versus Collectivism. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) …
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Blair gives some tips on how to stay positive during times like these. Martin gives us some statistics, and tell how you could become a "podfan"... Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other…
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I talk about my future plans for the podcast, and announce the launch of High Five for Hemp digital town hall. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) High Five for Hemp Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other members, discuss the different episod…
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We talk about the value 4 value model, Satoshis, and the thing about asking your listeners to become co-producers and supporters of the podcast. Blair share a positive news story about space business, and a future event for us as podcasters. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by …
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I am having a jolly good conversation with Maria Rubia about her career, the music industry, online marketing, and her future plans. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) Tea Party Media Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other members, discuss t…
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I tell about the expression, "50 Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong," and a great interview by a Frenchman. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) Tea Party Media Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other members, discuss the different episodes, give…
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Rob Tracinski joins us for a fun discussion on current topics of interest, Including his upcoming course. Martin is giving a shout-out to supporters of the show, e.g., fellow podcaster, Kyrin Down of Mere Mortals podcast, and fellow Objectivist friend, Roland Horvath. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cent…
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What is the one stumbling block that has crippled mankind for more than two millennia? Tune in to find out. Martin had sent a digital telegram (boostagram) with a note and a treasure of 221,905 Satoshis, to Podcasting 2.0 podcast with Adam Curry & Dave Jones. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the…
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Our newest episode, the first for the New Year, features Professor Richard Ebeling, where we discuss his recent defense of Liberalism. Tune in for his penetrating insights on a number of issues. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hal…
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Today we video chat with returning guests, James Valliant and Warren Fahy as they discuss the documentary made from their great book, Creating Christ: How the Romans Invented Christianity. (Due to an "act of God," I have published the web recording without doing any editing. ;) ) Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.…
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For episode 62, we talk with our friend and returning guest, Andy Bernstein. His new book, Why Johnny Still Can't Read, or Write, or Understand Math - and What We Can Do About It, is our topic for the day. At the end of the show, Martin is giving a shout-out to fellow podcaster, McIntosh of Generational Wealth with Cryptocurrency podcast, for his s…
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I am testing the live feature on Boomcaster, preparing for the next episode of The Secular Foxhole podcast with my co-host, Blair Schofield, and returning guest, Andrew Bernstein. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) Tea Party Media Town Hall. Feel free to int…
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Author Ken West is our guest today. We discuss his high regard for Ayn Rand and her philosophy, and how it has enhanced his life and writing. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other membe…
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We talk about the daylight saving time, Twitter, cockroaches in politics, sad puppies waiting for a happy note, and cats. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other members, discuss the diff…
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Today with returning guest Robert Tracinski who is here discussing his two recent articles on populism and illiberalism. At the end of the show, Martin is giving a shout-out to fellow podcaster, McIntosh of Generational Wealth with Cryptocurrency podcast, for his support and boostagram with Satoshis (bits of Bitcoin). Why do you think that populism…
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We are having our duo show, going through the News Sandwich Segment, Blair is sharing his book tips, and Martin is telling about a new site on value for value model, and his new September 2 print by Bosch Fawstin. You will hear how the Satanic Temple is going after abortion bans in Idaho and Indiana, a representative for communications at the Unite…
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Part 1. Professor Hicks joins us to give an overview of his brilliant exposé on Postmodernism's roots. To be continued with Part 2, later this year. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the othe…
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We are entering the third year of production, talking about news, the upcoming International Podcast Day on September 30, and the value for value model. You will hear stories about Trudeau in Canada, banks and car loans in Australia, and issues of neutrality and heating in Switzerland. We wrap-up the show with a feedback loop on boostagrams and how…
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With today's returning guest, cartoonist Bosch Fawstin, we cover how crucial the freedom of expression is and how it's being all but wiped out of men's minds. Especially here in America. This talk is not your normal blather about ideas, but a hard-hitting 'truth to power' episode. Listener beware. Martin is ending the show with a shout-out to Mere …
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Martin is proposing the following number (221,905) of Satoshis for the Boostagram Numerology page on GitHub. Blair is informing about Swan Bitcoin. At the end of the episode, we announce the winner of 50,000 sats, thanks to the giveaway campaign by Fountain app, and share stats about our podcast. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this epis…
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We will see who the anti-Aristotelians are and that they are anti-life and anti-happiness. Thus they are responsible for these tragedies across the past 2500 years. Do you want to be motivated by Love, or motivated by Fear. Listen and decide. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by…
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Returning guest, Vinay Kolhatkar, is discussing his post, On Election Day, Australia Commits Climate Suicide. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other members, discuss the different episod…
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In our interview with author Brian P. Simpson, we cover these important ideas from his newest book (A Declaration and Constitution for a Free Society: Making the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution Fully Consistent with the Protection of Individual Rights). From Rowman & Littlefield's book page: What are individual rights? What is fre…
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Pun Intended. Today we have with us Raymond Niles and Kyle Kirschling, who talk about their unique idea of Substeading. From their website: Imagine if getting to the airport were as easy as riding an elevator, if trains were as clean and comfortable as a limousine, if it took half as long to get anywhere in the city. In this paper, we show how Subs…
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We talk about how the trader principle and the value for value model are linked together. Martin gives step-by-step instructions on how to use new podcasts apps like Fountain, and does a shout-out to fellow podcasters, Kyrin Down & Juan Granados. They had Dave Jones of the Podcasting 2.0 initiative on their show, Mere Mortals. We talk also about ar…
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I talk with Steve Grant, Denise Waterman, and Jonathan Dahl. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) Tea Party Media Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other members, discuss the different episodes, give us constructive feedback, or check out the v…
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Today we talk with James Valliant, author of Creating Christ: How the Romans Invented Christianity. We discuss the possible bad effects of the SCOTUS leak, and the worse outcome if Roe v Wade is struck down. Then we wrap up with Disney vs. DeSantis. Martin is ending with a call-to-action regarding the new podcast app, Fountain, and is informing how…
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I am catching up, celebrating my 20th blogiversary, planning for my upcoming birthday on May 25, and talking about Podcasting 2.0. I will update this post with more show notes in the near future. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) Tea Party Media Town Hall. …
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In this episode, Martin and I discuss Atilla and the Witch Doctor, DeSantis and Disney, the new ‘Disinformation Czar,’ along with important news about an upcoming interview concerning this ‘czar,’ and some changes to the Secular Foxhole, and Podcasting 2.0. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the c…
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Martin and I do a short show giving a Huge Thank You to a previous guest, who gave the show a wonderful donation. We then talk about the show’s relevance to current issues and preview future guests and discuss future plans. As a wrap-up we list different ways you could support us as podcasters, e.g., by posting reviews on Podchaser, and using new p…
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Our guest today is Warren Fahy, who is here to discuss his latest novel, Magenta. Magenta is about a color-coded social credit system that has crushed the American people's spirit for decades and how three young people overturn that system. Plus, we talk about his other novels, like Fragment and The Kor. Then he mentions his touching and also terri…
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Our show commemorates James Madison's birthday, March 16th. We recommend his Memorial and Remonstrance against Religious Assessments. Then we discuss topics in our news sandwich segment, and talk about the value for value model in the podosphere. Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation…
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