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On the latest episode of Political Badger, Doug Casey, renowned author, investor, and libertarian philosopher discusses the economy. Doug feels something is brewing and it’s not good. Listen in as he explains the how and the why of our economy’s pending collapse. https://politicalbadger.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/doug-casey-final.mp3 Source: Doug Casey on Political Badger Podcast | Political Badger
“Move to Somalia!” statists will sneer in response to criticism of the institutionalized affliction called the State. As it happens, that long-suffering country began to make genuine progress once it became stateless — only to see those promising gains savagely crushed by predatory foreign states. http://k001.kiwi6.com/hotlink/cks65hzxpd/Freedom_Zealot_Podcast_August_20_2015.mp3 Source: Freedom zealot podcast august 20 2015 – FreedomZealot […]
Walter Block clarifies his support of Rand Paul as non-voting support but hopes he is the nominee. Source: Target Liberty: Walter Block: When I Say I Support Rand Paul, I Mean…
An excerpt from a speech called “The Current State of World Affairs” by Murray Rothbard – Q & A. Recorded at the 1989 Texas State Libertarian Conference.
Philipp Bagus gives a lecture on the state of the EU at the 2015 Mises U Seminar.
The real problem with immigration comes from the welfare state. Eliminate the welfare state and allow open borders with property rights protection.
The major candidates all miss the real issues in the 2016 campaign. Both parties for the most part subscribe to the idea that the government must take away your liberties to “take care” of you. Authoritarians are rising on the Left and Right. Reject this!
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is widely considered the antiwar candidate. While he may be less hawkish than Hillary, his record of opposing war and conflict is spotty at best. His latest proposal? Back the Saudis in the Middle East!
a discussion on freedom of speech, toleration, and the culture of offense with Dr. Gerard Casey. He is an Associated Scholar at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, and a member of the School of Philosophy in University College Dublin.