Jay Caetano is the first guest of 2019! Jay joins me to discuss his business, AnarchoCoffee, as well as some recent drama between his business and Facebook. Continue reading “Culture of Peace 0024: Now Coffee is Too Radical for Facebook”
Brian Ellison, known for his political activism, joins me on the show! We discuss the new card game he’s been working on: Thin Blue Line – The Game. What is it all about, you ask? Continue reading “Culture of Peace 0023: Thin Blue Line, the Law Enforcement Card Game”
Today’s guest is musician Zama Rripa! Like the guest on last week’s episode, Zama is another libertarian songwriter. However, I think you’ll agree his work is of a distinctly different flavor.
Kelly Conley is the guest this week! Kelly’s band, Owen-Glass, is probably the only the anti-Federal Reserve band you’ve heard of. Even better, the music is fantastic! Be sure to check this episode out so you can get the their first single for free on December 23rd!
Nathan Dempsey returns to the show!
While this is going up late on Thanksgiving Day, the spirit of the episode remains.
Remso Martinez joins me for this week’s episode! Remso is the former host of the Remso Republic podcast, and current co-host of the Gun Owners of America: Firing Back podcast. He has had his journalistic endeavors published in many outlets, including FreedomWorks and The American Conservative. Finally, he is the author of the recent book, Stay Away from the Libertarians, which is the focus for this episode.
This week, I had the honor of hosting the go-to “Libertarian Music Guy” on the show.
The first of many videos for supporters of the show.
For this one, I dig into the incentives of policing, both public and private.
What might the world look like without public police? Watch to find out.
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This episode features Adam Kokesh! For many, Adam needs no introduction.