The incredibly prolific Daniel Elwood joins me to talk about his endeavors! Continue reading “Culture of Peace 0030: Winning the Culture War”
This episode was actually recorded way back in mid-April, but due to recovery from a surgery I haven’t been able to make the final touches on this one until now.
Is law something that has to be dictated by the state? Is a bottom-up approach possible? Kevin Flanagan joins the show this week to discuss how the society of ancient Ireland answered these questions. Continue reading “Culture of Peace 0028: Anarchy in Ireland with Kevin Flanagan”
Dan Behrman, presidential candidate for 2020, joins me this week! Dan is the second presidential candidate I’ve had on the show. If you’re interested in my other interview with a POTUS contender, go right on over here. Continue reading “Culture of Peace 0027: Dan Behrman 2020: Liberty from the White House?”
Jordan Page, perhaps the best-known man in the libertarian music scene, is my guest this week! Continue reading “Culture of Peace 0026: The Music of the Revolution with Jordan Page”
Dann Reid, host of the Culinary Libertarian, joins me to answer my questions about the Food Pyramid. Continue reading “Culture of Peace 0025: Who Is at the Top of the Food Pyramid?”
On Monday, January 21, I was the guest on Culinary Libertarian.
I was aware of Dann’s show for a while, but had never found the time to listen until he invited me on. Since then, I’ve invested some time checking out his catalog of episodes, and it’s a great program! Dann is knowledgeable, he picks great subjects, and most importantly, he asks great questions.
We spend the episode discussing anarchy. What is it? What is it not? How can we “live the anarchist life” in a world dominated by the state?
You can find the episode on Dann’s site, here.
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.