Today’s guest is Kelby Casebolt. He is the Team Leader for Texas with the Libertarian Party Mises Caucus and the Social Media Coordinator for the Libertarian Party of Texas. Outside of politics, he’s a liberty activist and an advocate for peaceful parenting. I’ve gotten to know Kelby this year, and he is a great voice for the cause of liberty.
Hey everyone! Just took some time this morning to discuss some recent (and upcoming) changes to the rewards tiers over on the Patreon page, which you can find here:
The tl;dr version is that I’m bringing more value to every tier!
#CultureOfPeace continues to grow every month, and I am so excited to bring the next episodes to you!
Complete listing here: https://luketatum.com/episodes
For this week’s episode, I had the chance to speak with Mike Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment Center. Mike saw some security cameras pop up in a local park. As a concerned citizen, he filed an open records request to see how the footage was going to be used.
Jorge Jraissati, a student activist from Venezuela, has a heartbreaking message. The government policies in his country have destroyed a once-prosperous economy.
Back on June 6th, 2018, I had the immense pleasure of appearing on the Sounds Like Liberty podcast with Nick and Lizzzie Pecone.
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 had an awesome time appearing on Sounds Like Liberty with Nick and Lizzie Pecone on June 6th.
Show them some love and drop a Like on their Facebook page as well!
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.