Common good conservatives argue that America’s economic and cultural problems are rooted in libertarianism. They believe the Republican Party and the conservative movement has failed to address the needs of the American people because they have “outsourced” their economic policy to libertarians.


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Texans, it's time to TEXIT.

Today's guest is Daniel Miller, President of the Texas National Movement and vocal advocate for TEXIT!

TEXIT is the term used to refer to Texas exiting the union and becoming an independent, self-governing nation. TEXIT is not Texas independence.

Rather, TEXIT is th…

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With July 4th approaching closely, Americans look to their inner patriot to reflect on why they are proud to be an American in celebrating our independence from Great Britain.

With most excited about spending the holiday with friends, family, and colleagues, it is hard to deny that this is the mo…

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Entrepreneurs and influencers feel their businesses are suffering because of limited exposure on traditional social media platforms.

There’s no space on the internet for people who value family, faith, free speech and enterprise. We are the muted voices of America.

Today's guest was in search o…

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Political fatigue is real. And too often, folks can get consumed in their political selves, letting it consume who they are, what they do, and where they spend their time.

How do you know when it's time to take a break?

I'll answer that question on today's episode, plus outline why it's okay for …

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Rather than traditional top-down government, today's guest (Fred Eberlein) advocates for a bottom-up approach that right sizes the Federal Government’s bureaucracy while re-aligning it with local needs, defined by "we the people".

His book argues that Washington’s complexity and size provide camou…

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Have you always been interested in getting involved with cryptocurrencies, but was never sure the best way to start?

What if you could simply have your employer put a portion of your paychecks in the wallet of your choice as either Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Ethereum?

Paul Bradley, COO and Co-Founder…

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After weeks of waiting for the final decision to come down from the Supreme Court regarding Roe V Wade, the SCOTUS has actually gone ahead and struck down the 50-year ruling.

What are the implications politically? And what can the Libertarian Party do to reach voter who have otherwise been weary o…

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You need to learn basic sales skills, even if you're not in sales.

Don't believe me?

Give me 7 minutes on today's episode to make my case to why you should not only learn said basic sales skills, but show you just how doing so can make you a superstar in so many unexpected ways.


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Gov. Jared Polis (D-Colorado) has often been cited by libertarians as being "one of the most libertarian governors in the country". A personal friend of former Libertarian Congressman Justin Amash and frequent guest on various libertarian outlets (like Reason), Polis has filtered with Libertarians …

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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, I'm joined by retired Colorado State Senator Ted Harvey, who serves as the Chairman of the Committee to Defeat the President (

"Work in politics long enough, and you start overthinking it. Who’s the target audience? What’s the key talking …

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Marine Le Pen's National Rally won 89 of the 577 seats in the National Assembly on Sunday - a dramatic increase from its starting point of just 8, and one of the most significant recent results for populist politics in Europe.

With the anti-establishment sentiment running strong throughout America…

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Music is a language that transcends so many different barriers. Amongst those barriers is the growing political divide that continues to separate us Americans.

We know that liberty solutions will help solve a lot of the problems we see in the world, so what if we were able to use music to bring li…

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We've been focusing on messaging here on the program for a number of years, so I thought it good to bring back up the importance of messaging and why effective messaging has been one of the areas we libertarians have been failing the most.

"Once we start to build this case that libertarian soluti…

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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, friend of the show Eric Brakey returns to outline why he's looking to reclaim his old state senate seat in Maine, and what issue he's looking to help address for your average voter in main.

"I've been knocking a lot of doors, talking with a lot of vo…

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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, Chris Widener joins the program to outline how you can influence others by being winsome... and hey, you may even win some!

"One of the phrases that I coined is that in order to win some, you must be winsome. And, and I really believe that. You can't…

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On today's episode, I answer the top question that's been hitting my inbox the past few weeks; "Brian... how on earth am I supposed to sell during a recession!?"

I hear you. Budgets are getting frozen and slashed. Jobs are being terminated. The economy feels like it's headed to a standstill.


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Last Morning Sales Huddle, we outlined the importance of assertiveness. And I'm sure some of you read the post, rolled your eyes and thought, "Yeah, that sounds all well and good, Brian. But how do I actually become assertive if I'm not assertive already??"

Great question!!

Okay, so we've go…

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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, we're actually talking about abolishing the IRS! But we're doing it in a roundabout way! Listen as Steve Hayes from the Americans for Fair Taxation joins us to outline how the FAIRtax could actually help us abolish the IRS on our path of eliminating the…

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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, I'm joined by Richard Blank (CEO of Costa Rica's Call Center) who give us some real, authentic means to enhance the sales experience for both the prospect AND the salesman.

"Well, since I grew up in the 70s, and 80s, I loved going to arcades - and I'…

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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, I'm joined by Hayward City Council candidate Michael Lema, who is seeking to bring liberty based solutions to Alameda County!

"I decided to run because, in March of 2020, I got out of the Marine Corps after serving five and a half years. And I got ba…

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Mahgdalen Rose returns to the program on a special solo episode, discussing why being controversial can only get you so far!

"It's one thing to say everything controversial you can to get yourself trending on CNN or Twitter, Instagram.

But it's another thing for soccer moms to go vote for you. I…

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Kelly Carden has been in Kern County for most of his life, and is so much a part of the community that he is willing to put his name on the line to fix its problems.

He knows what the county needs, and is not afraid to say it.

He is also a Libertarian, allowing him to approach our problems from…

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Sex work occupies a legally gray space in Johannesburg, South Africa, and police attitudes toward it are inconsistent and largely unregulated. This results in both room for negotiation that can benefit sex workers and extreme precarity, where the security police provide can be taken away at a momen…

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