The Jordan Peterson phenomenon continues -- and everywhere he goes, he makes complete fools of the little savages who try to disrupt his presentation.
Gregg Tivnan (friend of Ernest and already living in a state of preparedness) in studio to talk about raising/feeding/breeding cows - Richard Grove (Tragedy And Hope) on censorship, First Amendment issues after 'they' first flagged then took down a Y
Tom Woods and Michael Malice discuss "Healing Libertarian Rifts." They are reviewing an earlier discussion hosted by Malice between Woods and Matt Welch.
For the life of me, I cannot understand why some libertarians support Social Security. Why do they call for fixing and reforming it instead of abolishing it?
Two great libertarian minds, Vin Suprynowicz and L Neil Smith, come on the show for 3 hours together to discuss various issues (Turmp, Immigration, Gun Rights/Second Amendment, Gun Control, 3D Gun Printing, Civil Liberties, Economic Issues, Foreign P
What is the objective of a libertarian order? Is it to secure private property – that is, to apply the non-aggression principle to perfection – or is it to secure freedom?
If there were championship belts for winning mayoral elections, former professional wrestler Glenn Jacobs would be wearing one.
At the recent event in New Orleans sponsored by the Mises Caucus of the Libertarian Party I spoke very bluntly about what a libertarian party should be doing and the good that it could accomplish, and contrasted that with the missed opportunities and
It is often offered that agreement by contract would be sufficient to form a libertarian community: the terms of admission would be spelled out and agreed to voluntarily; the rights and responsibilities are covered; mechanisms for dispute resolution
The Suicide of the West author explains his anti-Trumpism, evolution on culture-war issues, and growing attraction to libertarianism.
Ernest takes the show on the road and broadcasts live from the Pacific Northwest - along the Columbia River in Washington State
A few weeks ago I decided I probably wouldn't raise this point anymore - that libertarianism and communism have more in common than many libertarians would care to admit; in fact, subtract private property (which, I admit, is a meaningful subtrac
If you already have an 'outsider' president who is cutting taxes, deregulating, considering Pentagon base closings, and more, it is unclear how Libertarians can run against him.
Incumbent National Chair Nick Sarwark, after picking a fight with Tom Woods, routs a Mises-backed challenger at the party's national convention. Controversial vice chair Arvin Vohra also booted out of office.
On July 4 twenty-two years ago, I riled up folks at the Libertarian National Convention. I talked about the EEOC's war on Hooters, House Speaker Newt Gingrich's pig paranoia, zoning idiocy, and other boondoggles. Commenting on a recent idiotic a
The Empire is Under Attack From the Libertarian Executive! President Donald Trump has been called the most libertarian president since Calvin Coolidge by right-wing pundits, but by the time he is done, he may even upstage 'Silent Cal.' He even ch
Ernest Hancock broadcast the show live today from the Libertarian National Convention in New Orleans, LA. Guests include Chris Karabats, Nick Sarwark, Michael Kielsky, Chuck Moulton, Jeffrey Tucker, Adam Kokesh, Maj Toure
Ernest and Donna Hancock travel to Spokane, WA for the Red Pill Expo. We will be posting pictures and links to what's going on at the conference
This question comes to mind because of the problem between the most libertarian member of Congress, Rand Paul, and his neighbor in Kentucky.
In the US, children are taken from their parents. In Europe, the Schengen Agreement may collapse. What's going on?
Anyone who has been a libertarian for any length of time has probably been accused of being "religious" in their political beliefs at some point.
Libertarians can now rest easy knowing that the next time we are accosted with the infamous question about roads, we can look to Domino's as a beacon of free-market innovation of a public good.
Let's recap some of the recent events in the federal government's decades-long war on illegal immigrants, a war that is part and parcel of a system of immigration controls, which a small segment of conservative-oriented libertarians have supporte
Here is another solution for the NFL's woes concerning kneeling players during the Star-Spangled Banner -- Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling propose eliminating it.
Vin Suprinowicz (Libertarian Author) on waiting 3 weeks for real story to come out after a tragedy/massacre/'false flag event''; Libertarian issues - Dr Judy Mikovits (PhD Molecular Biology) on recent corruption surrounding vaccines and research; Ri
Are vouchers the answer for introducing market forces into public education, or is a free market in education the libertarian answer? FFF president Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling discuss.
Legendary libertarian journalist and advocate John Stossel joins today's Liberty Report to look at the future of the liberty movement in the age of Trump. War powers, regulation, government spending, the media - we cover all bases!
Would free-market libertarians and conservatives tar and feather someone--figuratively speaking, that is--for the heresy of agreeing about economics with the president of half-socialist France?
A mere six years after Ron Paul's last presidential run the "liberty movement" has collapsed. As many former Ron Paul libertarians jumped ship and joined either the far left or the alt right, once thriving grassroots organizations were forced t