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Dale Brown: Protecting the Public; Better Policing (55m) – Editor’s Pick 012

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 012 features an interview of security entrepreneur Dale Brown of Threat Management Center by Rock Newman. They talk about lessons learned by Commander Brown in his over 20 years of protecting communities in Detroit and other cities across America.

Duration: 00:55:01

Jack’s Journey, Autarchism, & Life-Coaching (54m) – Episode 099

Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 099 welcomes Jack Carney to the podcast for a chat with Skyler. Topics include: living all over the world, Auckland, autarchism and political labels, moral principles and aggression, freedom schools and unschooling, psychedelics, early adulthood, life coaching, humanistic spiritualism, our emotional brains, his philosophical journey based on loss, and more.

Duration: 00:54:18

Tom Woods: Self-Directed Education at Sudbury School (32m) – Editor’s Pick 011

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 011 features an interview by Tom Woods of two members, one faculty and the other a student, of Hudson Valley Sudbury School (, an institution founded on the principles of self-directed education.

Duration: 00:31:44

How to Stop Raping People (1h44m) – Episode 098

Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 098 welcomes Jessica Burden back to the podcast for an important and lively conversation on what people should do stop the epidemic of sexual assault. Topics include: pedofilic neighbors, sex offender registries, community vigilance, hitting children, what trauma is and what causes it, adult connections with children, childhood autonomy, sexual drives, puberty, personal responsibility for one's security, double standard on inebriated...

Duration: 01:43:43

Brett Veinotte: Why Libertarianism is So Dangerous (13m) – Editor’s Pick 010

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 010 features a look at the dangers of permitting libertarianism to take root and grow, by Brett Veinotte.

Duration: 00:12:53

Daniel Lapin: What is Morally Right about Economic Freedom? (51m) – Editor’s Pick 009

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 009 features a lecture by Daniel Lapin on the ethics underlying voluntary trade, entrepreneurship, and overall economic freedom.

Duration: 00:50:56

Stephan Kinsella: Intellectual Property and Economic Development (43m) – Editor’s Pick 008

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 008 features a lecture by Stephan Kinsella on the effects that intellectual property (patents and copyright) has on wealth creation from innovation.

Duration: 00:43:29

Tom Woods: When Did I Sign This “Social Contract”? (6m) – Editor’s Pick 007

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 007 features a short lecture by Tom Woods replying to the common anti-libertarian argument that demands libertarians leave the country if they don't like the system, the rules, etc.

Duration: 00:06:21

Respect for Universal Law is the Mark of Civilization (7m) – Peaceful Anarchism 028

Post by Danilo Cuellar. Peaceful Anarchism 028, "The laws of economics and morality are set. They are not to be molded or shaped, only discovered. The marketplace does not bode well for those who choose to make up their own rules. In a world of clear economic laws, there will always be winners and losers. This is to the benefit of us all."

Duration: 00:06:49

Eric’s Journey, #1 Insider, & Libertarian Politics (1h2m) – Episode 097

Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 097 welcomes Eric Martin to the podcast for a chat with Skyler. Topics include: winning the Insider contest and his stock options reward, what's sale to Walmart for $3.3B meant for Eric, running for US Congress in 2012, Ron Paul's influence on his journey to libertarianism, types of libertarians, cryptocurrencies, future education plans for his children, and much more.

Duration: 01:02:12

Pace Ellsworth: Heleum and Jason Stapleton (33m) – Editor’s Pick 005

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 005 begins with a clip by libertarian podcaster Jason Stapleton offering his critical thoughts on the savings app Heleum. Beginning just after the 11 minute mark, Heleum CEO Pace Ellsworth offers a thoughtful response to Stapleton.

Duration: 00:32:31

Riley’s Journey, Anarcho Agenda Podcast (1h26m) – Episode 096

Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 096 welcomes Riley Blake of Anarcho Agenda to the podcast for a chat with Skyler. Topics include: Riley's podcast, getting into audio processing, the challenges of being blind, origins of our libertarian journeys, podcasting challenges, free market of ideas and never censoring people, self-directed education (unschooling), the cycle of abuse in parenting, school, and the state, power vs. freedom, negotiating with children, becoming better people...

Duration: 01:26:19

The Pholosopher: 3 Common Gun Control Myths Debunked (9m) – Editor’s Pick 003

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 003 features a presentation by The Pholosopher debunking 3 common gun control myths.

Duration: 00:09:01

James Duane: Don’t Talk to the Police (45m) – Editor’s Pick 002

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 002 features a talk by Regent University law professor James Duane. He gives listeners startling reasons why they should always remain silent when questioned by government officials.

Duration: 00:44:59

Andreas Antonopoulos: Delivering Liberty, at Scale (27m) – Editor’s Pick 001

Post by Editor's Pick. Editor's Pick 001 features a talk by Andreas Antonopoulos. In this talk, he outlines the future micropayment ecosystem, how the free market works, and why the simple / obvious solution to scaling is not always the right one. He also reflects on what to learn from the mistakes of internet engineering, and how we will overcome these challenges in Bitcoin to serve the underserved with privacy, security, autonomy, and liberty.

Duration: 00:26:37

Rodger’s Journey, the Free State Project, & Radical Unschooling (47m) – Episode 095

Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 095 welcomes Rodger Paxton of The LAVA Flow to the podcast for a chat with Skyler. Topics include: Rodger's podcast production company Pax Libertas Productions, mid-90s awareness of Ron Paul, Ayn Rand, the New Hampshire Free State Project, the importance of homeschooling to advancing liberty, Rodger's experience with radical unschooling, the heavy costs of authoritarian parenting, drunk driving as a victimless crime, and more.

Duration: 00:47:07

Using “Nigger” and Other Racial Slurs Playfully? (12m) – Editor’s Break 036

Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Editor's Break 036 has Skyler thinking about the playful and non-hateful use of racial slurs like "nigger", and the larger questions of free speech and what we're teaching our children.

Duration: 00:12:12

Keynesian Economics is a Puerile Philosophy (7m) – Peaceful Anarchism 027

Post by Danilo Cuellar. Peaceful Anarchism 027, "A lack of consideration for the future is what distinguishes Keynesian economics. Spend, consume, and become indebted because the day of reckoning and the pain of reality can always be pushed to future generations to deal with."

Duration: 00:06:46

Heleum Rising! Balloons, Balloons Everywhere (38m) – Episode 094

Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 094 welcomes back Pace Ellsworth for a chat about his fintech startup company, Heleum. Topics include: the origins of Heleum, the mesh currency trading algorithm, how Heleum grows your savings using fiat and cryptocurrency exchange rate volatility, the results of the Heleum Private Beta, safety measures, fee structures, partnership with, and more.

Duration: 00:38:14

Will’s Journey, Agorism, & Content Recommendations (1h8m) – Episode 093

Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 093 welcomes Will Treadway to the podcast for a chat with Skyler. Topics include: industrial work, his lifelong passion for reading, recommended books and television series, comic book movies, 9/11, becoming anti-war, adoption, agorism, civil disobedience and challenging jurisdiction, occupational licensure, caveat emptor, the courage in digging for truth, and more.

Duration: 01:07:30

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