Free Markets/Economics Episodes

Jan. 27, 2023

669: The Power of Questioning the Status Quo - The Liberty Movement's…

Golden Showers Sunday Stream w/@FMUniverse84 & @GoldShowers_hex - The Salesperson's Guide to Selling Freedom"

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Jan. 26, 2023

668: Stop the Empty Promises - Libertarian Ronald Tracy Robison's Pla…

Ronald Tracy Robison (@RonTracy6), a libertarian candidate for city council in Jacksonville, Florida, talks about his vision for a prosperous city with less government intervention, and how he plans to address issues like economic deficit, crime, homelessness, and infrastructure.

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Jan. 24, 2023

666: Bringing Real Change to Jacksonville - A Libertarian's Perspecti…

Exploring the Importance of Libertarians in Local Politics with Eric Parker, a Libertarian Candidate Running for Jacksonville City Council

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Jan. 17, 2023

661: Cities of the Future - How Market Urbanism is Transforming Citie…

Discover how @marketurbanist is revolutionizing cities worldwide and learn about real-life examples of "startup cities" in this episode of The Brian Nichols Show!

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Jan. 5, 2023

653: The Prophecies of Ron Paul

Exploring the Predictions of Ron Paul that Have Come True

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Dec. 8, 2022

639: The Rise of the Education Entrepreneur

As schools and universities closed their doors, many educators took the opportunity to start their own businesses, providing online learning resources and services.

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Nov. 1, 2022

615: Can this Libertarian Candidate for Governor Help Free Pennsylvan…

On today's episode, I'm joined by Matt Hackenburg, Libertarian candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania. Matt is running on a platform of liberty and freedom. He believes that the state should not be involved in any way in people's lives, except …

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Oct. 12, 2022

604: How Does this Libertarian Candidate Plan to Take back Our Rights…

Tonya is running for U.S. Congress and she talks with me today about the Libertarian Party's beliefs on healthcare, taxes, the federal government, and more!

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Oct. 4, 2022

598: Elon Musk to Officially Buy Twitter - (And Ruffles Feathers For …

On today's episode, I'm joined by John Odermatt to discuss Elon Musk officially positioning himself to move forward with his acquiring Twitter, PLUS we talk about him trying to avoid World War III/nuclear war over the Russia/Ukraine conflict.

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Sept. 30, 2022

596: Winning Libertarian Solutions For Indiana (And Beyond!)

On today's episode, I'm joined once again by James Sceniak, Libertarian candidate for US Senate in Indiana!

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Sept. 28, 2022

594: Saving Our Cities - How Market Urbanism Brings Free-Market Polic…

On today's episode, we're going back a few years to a conversation with Scott Beyer from the Market Urbanism Report. Scott is an expert in urban policy and has been writing about the issues facing our cities for years. In …

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Sept. 15, 2022

585: Remaking the Federal Government - From Big, Bulky, & Misguided t…

How we can use technology and change our collective mindset to make our government more relevant, decentralized, and flexible?

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Sept. 14, 2022

584: What Venezuela Can Teach Us About Inflation

On today's episode, I'm joined by Jorge Jraissati, Director of Alumni of Students For Liberty, to talk about the impacts of inflation and what we can learn about inflation from his home country of Venezuela.

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Sept. 13, 2022

583: Why Modern Monetary Theory Loses to Basic Economics EVERY TIME

We go over the basics of MMT—its ideas of fiat currency, how it's different from other forms of money, and why it's so popular with politicians who have no idea what they're talking about.

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Sept. 8, 2022

580: Enough is Enough - It's Time to End the WARS, Fix Our MONEY, & R…

We'll be discussing how the United States is currently involved in an endless war on terror funded by The Fed's endless printing of money that has cost us trillions of dollars while also infringing on our civil rights through mass …

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