Today, I discuss the arguments in favor of liberty from a libertarian perspective, while exposing some of the problems with libertarianism.
Today, I answer mailbag questions on the most beautiful places I've seen, Libertarianism and Christianity, and more. Listen here.
After every tragic event, we hear calls to "do something." But, is reactive political action the best way to make policy? Find out here.
Today we will be talking about what government has done with our money. Or better yet, the book: What Has Government Done To Our Money by Murray Rothbard. And, the reason I want to talk about this today is because I think it gives us a good basis and a good understanding of how to understand money at the basic level and how that interact our government. We have a lot of problems with money, and I think this book can help us fix them.
A lack of knowledge doesn't stop people from offering their ideas - however misguided they may be. It's also too common to hear questions like "Why is it important to be involved in politics?" Or, "What is politics and why is it important?" That's why I'm putting this together to offer a guide to learning and discussing the topic. That way, you can educate yourself on the topic an be able to speak to it and defend your position.
Today, we look at Dave Rubin's new book: Don't Burn This Book. To see why I enjoyed it and find where to buy it, check out today's episode
This valid question of whether or not Libertarianism is an ideology or not comes from guest blogger Jordan Noe. It raises a concern of which to be wary in the way Libertarians think and debate.
It is necessary to understand power and authority when discussing politics. Each one influences the discourse in different ways, and understanding the differences allows for a more exact discussion on the topics.