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Every Monday, the libertarian editors of the magazine of “Free Minds and Free Markets”—Matt Welch, Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Peter Suderman—discuss and debate the week’s biggest stories and what fresh hell awaits us all.
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This is a call-in show about atheism, the lack of belief in supernatural deities and gods. The show airs live at 11:00 pm Eastern every Sunday night. Host Andrew Garber was a true believer for years. Now, after a 12 year apostasy journey, he is an atheist. The show focuses on the issues that have had to change since losing faith.
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The light of reason seems to be fading in the tumult of our modern world. While the Information Age provides us with unprecedented access to information, it also gives disinformation an incredible power over society. The ThinkCritical Podcast exists to fight this. We conduct casual interviews with experts in areas of public interest and host discussions relevant to the public discourse. We also blog at www.thinkcriticalpodcast.com. Hosted by Joshua Z. Miller, Adam Schwalbe, and Gregory Leung.
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman conjure up a few changes they'd wish to see in the vain hope of improving U.S. presidential campaigns and consider the Biden administration's threat to cut off arms shipments to Israel. 00:35—Desirable presidential campaign reforms 23:…
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We discuss the aspects of ideological subversion in our nations today. What are the aspects to be aware of? What do we see happening in our nations as a result of being subverted? How can we combat against this? Also, we talk the aspects of subversion through legal means using our own institutions against us. How can this be stopped? Is anyone even…
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On this episode we talk the ultimate endgame for the global order. What is the next phase in the workforce? What will be done with all of the current people in the system? How many people will be needed in the new system that is coming? Also, we talk the Eurovision song contest. What are we seeing that is being pushed on the cultural front in order…
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On this exclusive, we take a deeper look into the life of one of the major world leaders of today. How did this individual get their start? What is odd about their background? Also, can you say the same of others prior to them? If you were given the same offers at such a young age, would you be able to refuse? What does this mean for the current ge…
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We examine the aspects of what it means to have our culture and societies undermined by social media and various influence operations used by other countries. What does this do to the average person? How does this affect them in their own personal lives? Also, what do other nations do to stop this type of behavior from taking place? How do they dea…
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On this episode, we discuss the importance of having a well balanced diet to help deal in proper nutrition and weight loss. What can you do to improve your current diet? What foods and beverages should you avoid? Also, we talk the invasion of the Vegan diets that are taking over more than just your food and drink. What other areas are now being aff…
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman assess the mismatch between Americans' lingering concerns over inflation compared to politicians' failure to address it. 01:39—Americans still care about inflation. 16:49—Donald Trump to speak at Libertarian Party National Convention 4…
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On this exclusive roundtable we discuss the aspects of what it means to inflate problems beyond our control. What does the green energy revolution actually entail? What harm is it actually doing as opposed to helping and saving the environment? Also, we talk the future of travel. How well do airlines and ocean going vessels travel on wind and solar…
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We discuss the aspects of using political rhetoric to cause tensions in support bases. What do now sitting members of parliament in the United Kingdom now say that can be passed as acceptable behavior? How do people tolerate such topics being brought to the forefront? Also, what does it mean to have large amounts of cash thrown at you to agitate su…
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On this episode, we talk the basics of living a clean lifestyle. What can you do to eat better, live healthier and longer? Where can you start your own journey onto a better life? What are the benefits of clean living? How can this improve your life in the short and long term? Also, what steps do you need to take in order to set yourself on the cor…
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We examine the planned decline of culture in the West. How has this largely been achieved? What do we see as the new normal for existing in society? How does this help anyone of younger age that are planning to start a new life for themselves? Also, we aspects of control that will be used to manage this new form of culture that is being forced upon…
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We discuss the events of the day from voting to agendas meant to rule your very existence. What part of voting actually helps you in the short and long terms? Do your elected representatives actually represent you? Also, we talk the aspects of social control that took place and continue to take place in other parts of the world. What do people not …
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman assess the spate of anti-Israel campus protests at universities across the country, followed by another look at the trials of both Harvey Weinstein and Donald Trump in New York. 00:37—Campus protests across the country 31:35—Weekly Lis…
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On this roundtable, we discuss the aspects of negligence that have taken place over the last five years. What are the implications for such acts? How do the people within the system now cope with the rising numbers of unknown causes and cases? Also, we talk the spin up in the war fronts that are taking place across Europe. What needs to be done in …
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We examine what it means to have societal cohesion. What have we always expected to keep society together over the centuries? How has organized religion played a part in peoples lives? What has happened to the institutions that are supposed to be the vanguard of the faith? Also, what changes do we see in the family over the decades past? How will t…
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We examine the latest acts that have taken place down under, and how they are used to instill fear into people. What has transpired over the last week that has increased that level of fear? Also, what events have passed that were used to control people and agendas in order to frighten people? Why did so many people succumb to the fear and give in? …
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and special guest Eric Boehm lament a horrible weekend for freedom, as Congress passed a collection of bad bills concerning military spending for Ukraine and Israel, a TikTok ban, and a reauthorization of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveilla…
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On this exclusive roundtable, we examine the financial choices that were forced and are now being given. What happened in the past that we are now seeing the effects of? What steps should have been taken to prevent where we are now? How will the affect your choices now and in the future? Also, we take a look at the medical choices that are now comi…
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We discuss the aspects of what it will mean to have total control in the year 2030. What country will be taking the lead on it? What needs to happen in order to get the agenda moving to build such a society and world? Also, we talk the conflict in the middle east between Israel and Iran. What does and does not seem right about the events taking pla…
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman contextualize Iran's retaliatory strike against Israel before bemoaning the recent vote in Congress on the renewal of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). 02:20—Iran's retaliatory strike on Israel 13:05—Hous…
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On this exclusive roundtable we talk to about the investments of people into a non existent future. What are the signposts that people are simply ignoring? How can people wake up and see what is happening to them? Also, we talk the consequences of choices that have been made by people to conform to what they believe is right. What new studies are n…
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On this episode we discuss what it means to act on scientific progression. What advances do we make as people when we explore these ideas? How does it help advance us as a civilization? Also, we see regression in the same pursuits. Who creates them and why? Why do we try to arrest human creativity? And, what does it mean to wear jeans as your every…
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On this tech Tuesday, we take a look at the proposed ideas of space umbrellas to curb the temperatures of the earth. What kind of idea is this, and who is seeking its funding? What can this type of insanity is this? What is the purpose for such a creation and waste of resources? Also, what would you do if it rains and you needed an umbrella? Would …
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman consider President Joe Biden's updated response to the war in Gaza following a strike by Israeli military forces that killed seven World Central Kitchen aid workers. And with tax day on the horizon, the editors reflect on how Biden's p…
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