Episodes

March 17, 2021

213: Democratic Populism -with Nick Gillespie

As we discussed on Friday with Jack Hunter, Donald Trump proved that there was an untapped market within the GOP that a persona l…

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March 15, 2021

BONUS: One Year Anniversary of Fifteen Days to Slow the Spread

"We needed to lock down out of an abundance of caution. We didn't know what the virus was going to do." Ya'll have heard that b…

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March 15, 2021

212: What Can Libertarians Do Better? -with Spike Cohen

The ideas of personal liberty and free markets will always win in the battleplace of ideas, but that is irrelevant if people aren…

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March 14, 2021

211: Sunday Candidate Highlight Series- Meet Joel Getz, Libertarian C…

Starting off our new "Sunday Candidate Highlight Series", I am joined today by Joel Getz! Joel is the Libertarian candidate for …

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March 12, 2021

210: Republican Populism -with Jack Hunter

Donald Trump proved that there was an untapped market within the GOP that a persona like he could take advantage of - populism. …

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March 10, 2021

209: Finding Common Ground on Key Issues -with Professor David Dozier

Finding common ground is one of the most challenging aspects of political discourse in 2021. In a world where "the others" are l…

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March 8, 2021

208: Generation Z Leading the Way? -with Mahgdalen Rose

Where is America headed? Pay attention to the news for more than 10 seconds, and you'd believer we're one step closer to Hell in…

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March 5, 2021

207: The Changing Dynamics in Israel and the Middle East -with Scott …

With COVID at the top of every news program, the discussion on foreign policy/affairs has decreased significantly, with many folk…

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March 3, 2021

206: Gun Rights in Biden's America -with Sam Jacobs from Ammo.com

Now that Joe Biden and his team are officially getting their policies into action, one group that has been noticeably weary of wh…

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March 1, 2021

205: Free Speech Never Tasted So Good -with John Odermatt from Run Yo…

The world would be a much better place if people stopped trying to censor each other and instead were free to speak. That's not …

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Feb. 26, 2021

204: The Art of the Meme -with Kanan Vitolo

If you've ever stumbled upon a libertarian meme in the wild, there's a high probability that it was a Kanan Vitolo original. Kan…

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Feb. 24, 2021

203: Meet The Gen Z Activist Tackling Identity Politics -with Olivia …

Identity politics has been near the top of the national discourse for nearly a decade, with the many folks too afraid to ask ques…

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Feb. 22, 2021

202: Fueling America: An Insider’s Journey -with Jack Kerfoot

With the recent shutdowns in Texas due to the massive winter storm and associated power outages, the idea of energy independence …

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Feb. 19, 2021

201: LESS is More: Libertarian Elected Support System -with Libertari…

With so few elected Libertarians in office, being able to effectively communicate and network has been a challenge. To help faci…

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Feb. 17, 2021

200: Selling the Value of School Choice -with Corey DeAngelis

Why school choice? Right now, many Americans are realizing first hand the value of being able to pick where their children go to…

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Feb. 15, 2021

199: Phil Labonte from All that Remains- Influencing the Culture

"Politics are always downstream from culture." Raise your hand if you've heard that famous utterance from the late Andrew Breitb…

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Feb. 12, 2021

198: It's Okay to Laugh! -with Chrissie Mayr

Cancel culture is real! So, how do we speak truth to power, while also avoiding getting canceled? Comedian Chrissie Mayr (Ameri…

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Feb. 10, 2021

197: The Biden Foreign Policy: What Can We Expect? -with Professor Sa…

Will Joe Biden's Foreign policy be more like that of a Trump administration, or are we going to see a return to a more Obama-like…

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