Podcast

Summary:Like the country as a whole, libertarians are divided on immigration. And while only private property borders are legitimate in a perfect world, the constitutional solution may be one everyone can at least live with.Guest bio:Suzanne Sherman was raised in California and having spent most of her life there, she moved to Utah to live...
Summary: James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas doesn’t write news reports. It provides firsthand audio and video evidence of political and corporate malfeasance obtained through interviews with whistleblowers and secretly recorded insiders. James joins Tom to discuss his new book, American Muckraker, and the latest news from the front lines of guerilla journalism. Guest bio: James O’Keefe...
Summary: Kevin Gutzman returns to break down the Supreme Court decision on the two vaccine mandates concerning companies with more than 100 employees and health care workers, respectively. While we agree the practice of federal agencies writing any regulations at all constitutes legislating and is therefore unconstitutional, this decision does reintroduce a long-ignored principle that...
Summary: The government admits inflation is high, but when measured the same way we did in the 1970s, it’s even higher than it was then. What can Americans do to protect themselves? Mike Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment Center and SchiffGold joins Tom to offer his thoughts. Guest bio: Michael Maharrey serves as the national...
Summary: When former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo tried to close his business in 2020, Robby Dinero refused to close. He went to court against the Covid lockdowns and won. Now he’s taking on his local school board over its Covid mandates. Robby was wrongfully arrested for trespassing when he tried to attend a school...
Summary: The Fed may have set us up for disaster by quintupling the money supply since March 2020, but if the Davos crowd gets its way, it could be even worse. Tom Luongo joins Tom to explain how Jay Powell is using the repo markets to defeat Davos and ensure the Fed and Wall Street...
Summary: Democratic Senator Joe Manchin has killed President Biden’s mega-boondoggle “infrastructure” bill for now. But bad ideas never seem to stay dead in Washington, D.C. Economist and author Thomas Dilorenzo joins Tom to discuss the founding father of big government, bridges to nowhere, and inflation, and how his political heirs seized infrastructure and the currency...
Summary: Tensions are high as the U.S. and NATO square off with Russia over Ukraine. This is just the latest in a series of ill-advised U.S. interventions that always end up backfiring. Scott Horton joins Tom to break down not only the Ukraine situation but the continuing disasters in the Middle East. Guest Bio: Scott...
Summary: In response to rising prices, Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell says the Fed will speed up the slowdown in purchasing assets. Huh? Of course, even if the Fed ceased today, we’d have a massive problem on our hands thanks to the tsunami of money loosed upon the economy in the past two years. But...
Guest bio: John Bush  is a radical activist, entrepreneur, and father of two based in Central Texas. He began his career in activism in 2002 questioning the official account of what happened on 9/11 and speaking out against the wars in the Middle East. He was introduced to libertarianism by the good Dr. Ron Paul...