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This weekly podcast features interviews, debates, and roundtable discussions that explore the work of think tanks across the United States. The show is available for download as part of the Heartland Daily Podcast every Friday. Episodes feature interviews with representatives from think tanks from all around the country. Hosts Donny Kendal and John Nothdurft bring you commentary on studies, articles, and reports from the nation’s leading free-market, libertarian, and conservative organizations.
 
This audio broadcast series provides commentary by authors and others on important new books and works of legal scholarship. As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker. We hope these broadcasts, like all of our programming, will serve to stimulate discussion and further exchange on the topics they address.
 
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Scott talks to Dave DeCamp about the OPCW’s efforts to discredit a pair of whistleblowers, both of whom are former employees who claim their findings were expunged from the organization’s official reports on the alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma in 2018. The OPCW concluded that there was clear evidence of the Assad government attacking its o…
 
Scott interviews Matthew Hoh about Joe Biden’s history pushing for the war in Iraq and his subsequent attempt to whitewash this record. When Hillary Clinton faced Barack Obama in the 2008 primary, Hillary’s record in support of the war was a major factor in Obama’s victory—Hoh wishes that this time around the other Democrats would make more out of …
 
On FPF #456, Will Porter returns to the show to discuss the evolving justification for Trump’s assassination of Soleimani. Will explains how the Trump admin has now given several reasons that they needed to and had the power to kill Soleimani. Will and Kyle look at the failure of Trump to have appropriate authorization for the strike and the strate…
 
46 Minutes PG-13 Pete invited Monica Perez to return to the show to go over what we know about the coronavirus and to theorize as to what the lasting implications of a global pandemic scare may be. Monica is the host of The Monica Perez Show on WSB radio in Atlanta and co-host of The Propaganda Report with Brad Binkley. The Monica Perez Show on WSB…
 
Sheldon Richman discusses what he calls “the nonintervention principle,” a corollary of libertarianism’s nonaggression principle. Richman says that in the face of those who advocate foreign intervention and regime change, libertarians have a tendency to deny the claims that are being used to justify the intervention, rather than categorically oppos…
 
Grant Smith joins the show to promote his upcoming conference, Transcending The Israel Lobby At Home And Abroad, to be held in Washington D.C. this May. The conference, as with most of Smith’s work, is focused on exposing the power the Israel Lobby wields in America to control the narrative on both Israel-Palestine, and American relations with Isra…
 
Daniel Lazare discusses the problems facing Turkish President Recep Erdogan, who is dealing with a troubled economy, declining political popularity at home, and failing military excursions abroad. Lazare and Scott also talk about the failure of President Trump to deliver on his foreign policy promises, instead allowing himself to be bought by zioni…
 
Scott talks to Trita Parsi about an event being hosted next week by Parsi’s organization, the Quincy Institute, which will pit advocates of a restrained foreign policy against war hawks in a series of panel discussions. The event is Wednesday, February 26 in Washington D.C. Parsi says that although much of the American populace favors a restrained …
 
Gareth Porter comes on the show to promote his new book, The CIA Insider’s Guide to the Iran Crisis: From CIA Coup to the Brink of War, cowritten with John Kiriakou. Porter and Scott recap the entire modern history of U.S. relations with Iran, focusing on the inflated threat of their nuclear program. Discussed on the show: The CIA Insider’s Guide t…
 
On FPF #455, I discuss the Senate voting on a War Powers bill to constrain Trump’s ability to start a war with Iran. Trump has continued on the presidential tradition of killing whoever he wants, and he is unbound by the Constitution. The House will also need to pass the bill. However, Trump has threatened to veto the legislation, and Congress is u…
 
64 MinutesSome Strong LanguagePete invited Thaddeus Russell to return to the show. Thaddeus is the author of "A Renegade History of the United States" and is the founder of Renegade UniversityThaddeus addresses a host of topics including what he calls the "higher education scam," a history of race, Friedrich Nietzsche, the Stonewall Riots and why t…
 
On FPF #454, I discuss recent progress made in negotiations with the Taliban. The US and Taliban will soon implement a reduction in violence pact. If successful, the pact could be the first step in a peace deal between the US and the Taliban. However, there are a lot of potential paths that could lead the US away from peace. Including the president…
 
66 MinutesSuitable for All AgesPete invited Stephan Kinsella to return to the show. Stephan is an American intellectual property/patent attorney, author, and anarcho-capitalist.Pete asked Stephan to come on and share his opinion that China is in fact, NOT "stealing our I.P." Stephan gives a primer as to why intellectual property laws are immoral an…
 
Cliff Maloney of Young Americans for Liberty joins the show to talk about the "Defend the Guard" movement popping up in state legislatures around the country. The legislation on which the movement is based calls for an end to the calling up of states' national guard troops to federal service without an explicit declaration by congress. These "Defen…
 
79 MinutesSome Strong LanguagePete invited Richard Grove to return to the show to give an overview of the legacy of the presidency of Woodrow Wilson, explaining how his reign, more than any, led to the Leviathan government we have today.Richard is the proprietor of TragedyandHope.com and the creator of the "Autonomy" course, link below. Link to Ric…
 
43 MinutesSuitable for All AgesPete welcomes Mises.org editor Ryan McMaken back to the show. A recent article that Ryan wrote for Mises.org entitled "Why Open Borders Between States In America Might Lead To Disaster" led to quite the ruckus on social media so Pete asked Ryan to return to the show to explain what the article means, and why he wrote …
 
Danny Sjursen is back for part two of his conversation with Scott about America's foreign policy disasters, this time focusing on what Sjursen calls "the coming battle for Eurasia." According to an old theory of geopolitics, the power that controls central Eurasia—that is, eastern Europe and parts of the Middle East, with all its natural resources …
 
44 MinutesSuitable for All AgesPete invited Campaign for Liberty head, Norman Singleton, to come on the show. Norman worked for Congressman Ron Paul from 1997-2012. Mr. Singleton served as Legislative Aide on Education and Workforce issues for Congressman Paul from 1997-2001, when he became Congressman Paul’s Legislative Director, a position he hel…
 
Scott talks to Danny Sjursen about the many catastrophic failures of American foreign policy, and most recently the proposed plan to carve out an autonomous Sunni region in western Iraq, which the U.S. could use to help control the Middle East and prevent Iranian influence from spreading to the eastern Mediterranean. The plan, says Scott, would be …
 
On FPF #453, I discuss Trump's firing of impeachment witnesses, insider attacks in Afghanistan, and Iraq. Trump fired EU Ambassador Sondland and NSC Ukraine expert Vinland. Both men testified in the House impeachment hearing providing Democrats with great soundbites and little evidence. In Afghanistan, two US soldiers were killed by an insider atta…
 
77 Minutes Some Strong Language Ryan Dawson of The Anti-NeoCon report did an exclusive Ask Me Anything for Pete's supporter group that included discussions about the Democratic party, Trump's "Deal of the Century" to the Palestinians, the Civil War and a few other topics.Ryan's Youtube ChannelANCReport.comRyan on TwitterDonate at the Libertarian In…
 
Scott interviews Suadad al-Salhy about her recent piece on the proposed U.S. plan to create an autonomous Sunni state in western Iraq. This would theoretically allow the U.S. to continue to exert control in the country, preventing the dreaded "land bridge" connecting Iran to Syria and other allies in the Mediterranean. But this plan is idiotic for …
 
Scott talks to Peter Van Buren about impeachment and the fiasco at the Iowa Caucuses, and what they mean for the Democrats' political prospects heading into the election. Van Buren says that although President Trump's behavior with respect to Ukraine seems a little sleazy, nothing even remotely impeachable happened, and the trials in the House and …
 
On FPF #452, I discuss Trump's acquittal and the special guest at his State of the Union address. I explain how impeachment turned into dangerous anti-Russia propaganda. Adam Schiff and the Democrats used undying zombie of Russiagate to try to remove Trump from office. As predicted before impeachment started, Trump was acquitted by Senate votes alm…
 
46 MinutesSome Strong LanguagePete asked Scott Horton to come on the show and comment on the close of the Trump impeachment trials and what its legacy may be.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 …
 
Sheldon Richman discusses President Trump's new "Vision to Improve the Lives of the Palestinian and Israeli People," which is really just an update of last year's "Deal of the Century." The plan presents itself as generous and fair, but really, says Richman, it simply codifies much of the settlement and annexation of Palestinian land that Israel ha…
 
Michael Maharry returns to the show to discuss Afghanistan and his new book, Constitution Owner's Manual. Mike and Kyle describe how Trump has ramped up the war in Afghanistan. Mike answers questions about how the Constitution can be used to limit the president's war-making abilities. He explains the problems with the War Powers Act and the AUMFs. …
 
60 MinutesSome Strong LanguagePete invited Slappy from the Rollo and Slappy Show to come on and explain how he used jury nullification in a federal drug trial to help a few non-violent offenders walk.This will encourage and enrage you.The Rollo and Slappy Show Episode 153 - The PCP Trial Pt. 1, The Juror Perspective Episode 155 - The PCP Trial Pt. …
 
On FPF #450, I discuss the House vote to repeal the 2002 Authorization for Use of Military Force. The bill was passed in 2002, allowing President Bush to start a war with Saddam's regime in Iraq. Saddam was hung in 2006 and, his army disbanded. However, both presidents Obama and Trump invoked the AUMF as giving them "authority" to carry out militar…
 
87 MinutesSuitable for All AgesPete invited the host of the wildly successful "School Sucks Podcast," Brett Veinotte, to come on the show. Pete asked Brett to go into the history of compulsory schooling in the US starting with the Prussian model all the way up to the modern day. After this history lesson, Brett talks about alternatives to governmen…
 
CEO of Factom, Paul Snow, gives me the 101 on Factom. We also discuss blockchain use cases (especially having autonomy over your digital ID and data), tokenization, and the overall importance of bitcoin and crypto. This is how we become sovereign individuals.Factom is a decentralized publication protocol for building record systems that are immutab…
 
Sam Jacobs of Ammo.com discusses the 2016 Oregon standoff between federal agents and Ammon Bundy, Lavoy Finicum and their allies. Most listeners probably remember some of the details of the 2014 standoff in Bundy's native Nevada, which ultimately resulted in a judge dismissing all charges with prejudice after it was shown that federal agents lied a…
 
Joe Lauria discusses the allegations that his website, Consortium News, is a puppet of the Russian government, recently leveled against them by both Canadian television network Global News, and Canada's Communications Security Establishment. It seems that this is the now just the smear used by mainstream media and intelligence agencies against anyo…
 
Scott discusses the impeachment proceedings against President Trump with journalist Michael Tracey, who says that there are some alarming allegations underneath the democrats' blanket accusation of "abuse of power." What they are really alleging, says Tracey, is that Trump is guilty of treason, a crime that carries the death penalty. Most alarming …
 
On FPF #449, I cover some of the details of Trump's "Deal of the Century" and explain why it is meant to be rejected by the Palestinians. While Trump claims the deal creates a Palestinian State, the deal actually gives limited autonomy to a collection of several small, disconnected areas that will be called Palestine. The Palestinians will not have…
 
44 MinutesSuitable for All AudiencesPete wanted to do an episode putting out all of the facts from all sides on the situation in Virginia and a potential increase in gun control so he invited Tenth Amendment Center founder Michael Boldin. Michael explains the proposed laws, whether there will be actual "sanctuary" counties, whether law enforcement …
 
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