The Peter Schiff Show
What's Wrong With Health Care10/01/14
Documentary filmmaker Colin Gunn discusses his outstanding new documentary Wait Till It's Free.
Chicago vs. Austria, Bitcoin, and More
Economist Robert Murphy returns to the show to answer listener questions. Check out Bob's book The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal. See also the Friedman/Murphy debate.
FEE: A Slice of Libertarian History
Larry Reed, president of the iconic Foundation for Economic Education, recalls some libertarian history and discusses the challenges ahead.
The Schiff Radio Podcast Episode 4 - 09/28/14
Episode 4 Synopsis Launch of the iPhone 6Recent employment arbitration lossHousing market rolls overHotel minimum wageWorld Bank head claims that QE works
The Transition from Communism: The Case of Poland
Professor Mateusz Machaj returns to the show to discuss Polish life under communism, how the transition came about, and what happened next.
Ron and Tom on Liberty and Its Critics
Tom joins Ron Paul at Voices of Liberty to discuss critics of libertarianism, as well as why a noninterventionist foreign policy is the wisest course.
The Revolutionary War and the Destruction of the Continental
Tom discusses inflation during the American Revolution.
One Year of the Tom Woods Show! Tom Takes on More Myths
Tom discusses child labor, working-hours legislation, the minimum wage, and how to tell your kids their textbooks are screwy.
Could the 'Taylor Rule' Have Prevented the Housing Bubble?
Mateusz Machaj of the University of Wrocław dismantles the fashionable "Taylor Rule" for guiding Fed policy.
The Schiff Radio Podcast Episode 3 - 09/21/14
Episode 3 Synopsis: FOMC: Janet Yellen's official statement and her response to her Q&A,Market reaction to Yellen's statement, and the "walk" vs the "talk".The Ali Baba IPOThe breakdown in the price of BitcoinMy crazy email exchange with CNBC's Joe...
The War on ISIS: Another Round of Idiocy
Scott Horton explains why the campaign against ISIS is counterproductive and makes no sense.
The State of Freedom in Canada
Redmond Weissenberger of the Ludwig von Mises Institute Canada talks health care, government spending, political correctness, and more.
Photography Is Not a Crime
Carlos Miller, creator of PhotographyIsNotACrime.com and author of The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, talks about documenting police abuse.
Why Arguments for Government Don't Work
Michael Huemer, a professor of philosophy at the University of Colorado at Boulder and author of The Problem of Political Authority: An Examination of the Right to Coerce and the Duty to Obey, explains the fallacies of the Hobbesian argument for...
The Schiff Radio Podcast Episode 2 - 09/15/14
Episode 2 SynopsisEconomic Data - More weak dataPurchase applications index declined by 7.2% - biggest decline in 14 yearsTreasury yields slightly up for the weekRetail sales up - Buying more or paying more?auto purchases with cheap moneyAuto loans...
Government and Your Car
Eric Peters of EricPetersAutos.com talks electric cars, government regulations, and how to get the best deal on a new car.
John Stuart Mill and the Religion of Humanity
Linda Raeder, author of John Stuart Mill and the Religion of Humanity, discusses the iconic Mill's little-known religious project.
How Tom Navigated Academia
Tom does another listener Q&A episode, discussing economics, the "perpetual union" of the Articles of Confederation, and his experiences in graduate school.
How Private Schools Educate the Poor
James Tooley, author of The Beautiful Tree: A Personal Journey into How the World's Poorest People Are Educating Themselves, defies the conventional wisdom about education, the poor, and the state.
Why Are We So Rich?
Deirdre McCloskey, the author most recently of The Bourgeois Virtues and Bourgeois Dignity, explains how the West got rich.
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