Mila Keller of Libertarian House joins me today, for an excellent look at how libertarianism changes your views on everything. From education to nutrition, we cover a lot of ground in a short span of time!
I’m thrilled to have Patrick Smith on the show this week. Patrick is a tech entrepreneur and libertarian activist, with a list of accomplishments a mile long.
This episode is a little time-sensitive!
On 5/25/2018 in Omaha, Nebraska, the incredible Omaha Roads to Freedom UnConvention will be convening.
Kyle Anzalone of Immersion News joins me today to share his foreign policy expertise.
The Honest Teacher joins me on the show to discuss the current state of public education.
In this episode, I’m joined by Bob Smilie.
Bob works with the Fully Informed Jury Association to inform jurors of their rights. The power you have when on a jury may surprise you!
For episode two, I’m joined by Josh van Noord, a developer for a new cryptocurrency called Kratom.
For our first episode, I’m joined by Nathan Dempsey, founder of Liberty Minecraft.
Minecraft is a wildly popular computer game. As such, you might think there is nothing meaningful to be gained from its study.
This show is all me! Now that I’ve released four episodes, I wanted to take a step back.
Who am I? Why start Culture of Peace? What perspective do I bring to the table?
Those are the questions I seek to answer in this episode. It’s a little about me, and then a lot about anarcho-capitalism. I delve into a lot of the most prevalent objections, tackling them from a moral perspective. There’s also a couple of juicy quotations! If this is your first show, please continue on–the best stuff definitely in later episodes.
Note: This episode went live on May 5th, 2018. The “published on” date displayed on the website is incorrect, in order to get this episode to show up in its proper place on the episode list.
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