Michael Rectenwald, recently retired from New York University, spent his life as a leftist -- a self-described Marxist, in fact. When on Twitter he began to turn against some of the recent excess, particularly on college campuses with their win-b
Kirk Chisholm (Wealth Manager;Principal @ Innovative Advisory Group) on economic issues - Nick Sarwark (Libertarian National Chair) on LP news/issues - Paul Puey (EDGE) and Derrick Slopey (Alienseed; Freedom's' Phoenix Webmaster) on IPFS
Irene Pi (local anit-vaccine activist) on HB2162 (removal of personal exemption) and the counter HB 2470, HB 2471, and HB 2472 - Dan O'Neill (Activist) Anarchapulco - David Morgan (The Morgan Report) on the economy; blockchain; LODE
Red Line: a limit past which safety can no longer be guaranteed.
A new report reveals the best and worst states for economic and personal freedom.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has had an interesting week of defending President Donald Trump's bluster in the ongoing government shutdown, most recently yesterday on Fox News, which is where we start this week's Reason Podcast, editors' roundtable
It's rare that a 15-minute cable news spiel gets talked about even one day later, let alone five, but here we are with Fox News host Tucker Carlson's headline-making monologue asserting that "market capitalism is not a religion, it's a tool," warning
Populism and libertarianism
Party activists reflect after both a disappointing midterm and an energizing Jeff Hewitt win
Bob Anderson (local libertarian activist; off-grid living) - Keith Knight (Don't Tread on Anyone) In Studio on Politics; Anarchy Advocacy etc...
Keith Knight (Don't Tread on Anyone) In Studio on 160 years of government lies (but mostly Anarchist Advocacy)
Ladies and gentlemen, the first task for any intellectual or ideological effort is to understand the environment surrounding it. Whether we like it or not, we live in a decidedly illiberal age: an age hostile to private property, individualism, civil
This is another indication that the academic is not as pro-individualist as he seems
Joseph Buchman (Chair, Utah Libertarian Party; Contributing Editor, Independent Political Report) on Libertarian Principles, empowering others to freedom; midterm elections; future of libertarian party/philosophy; UFO's, etc...
JEFF DEIST: Tom, you grew up in Boston. Your dad was a blue collar guy and also a Teamster. So, tell us a little bit about him and your childhood.
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - Ted Metz may not get many votes in the Georgia governor's race, but the Libertarian candidate is on the ballot, raising the possibility that no one else will get to declare victory on Election Day either.
Libertarianism, the philosophy of personal and economic freedom, has deep roots in American history and Western civilization. Today, with socialism, protectionism, white nationalism, even fascism, back in style, libertarianism, claims David Boaz, exe
One vexing current problem centers on who becomes the citizen of a given country, since citizenship confers voting rights.
L Neil Smith (Libertarian Author) comes on the show to give us an update on what he has been doing of late, new novel coming soon, thoughts on the current political circus - James Bovard (libertarian author) on a variety of issues, including Trump/Sa
I received a letter (below) from a reader who took issue with my taking issue with electric cars generally and Tesla specifically. This reader claimed to be a Libertarian – which staggered me like a punch from Ali in his prime.
Ernest Hancock interviews Angela Keaton (Operations Dir/Antiwar.Com) on a variety of issues, including thoughts on the #MeToo movement - Balancing the power Men/Women - Racism - Harassment - The Liberty/Libertarian Movement - AntiWar
Ernest Hancock interviews John Buttrick (Retired AZ Superior Court Judge; Retired Federal Magistrate) about libertarian issues and its history, John's background and entrance into the political arena, where the Libertarian Party is headed, are the fo
Ernest Hancock goes over the Headline News on Freedom's Phoenix - Daniel Palmer (Chairman of The Students for Liberty Chapter at Pensacola State College in Pensacola,Florida) on Understanding Our Slavery, how to free yourself from the government
Senator Bernie Sanders wants to cap the amount of assets that big financial institutions hold. But how does Sanders, or government, or anyone know how big a company should be?
The "libertarian socialists" have struck again. It began when a state Libertarian Party chapter posted a link to a court decision about an employer that did not allow its employees to have dreadlocks.
The Ron Paul presidential campaigns were, more than anything, grassroots efforts. From money bombs to Ron Paul blimps and limos, the campaign was the opposite of a top-down effort.
The libertarian movement has been hindered and handicapped by both intellectual infighting and countless unprofessional individuals who have served to turn people off from our philosophy. We need to do a better job. Now is the time for us all to step
With the recent suspending of the accounts of multiple individuals on various social media sites including twitter, facebook, and youtube, many people are beginning to question the validity of this move, likening it unto an attack on free speech and
American libertarians are less a political party and more like a fundamentalist religious group who believe that the free market is their lord and savior. Here's why their platform might sound charmingly weird in theory, but in practice it's harmful.
Mike Shipley (Co-founder of the Libertarian Socialist Caucus, Founder of the Povertarian Caucus, Former Chair of Outright Libertarians) on the Libertarian Socialist Caucus; Demystifying the Left Libertarian Narrative & Davi Barker