The Real Story of the Great Depression by Marshall Fritz. Recorded in 1995 Click for more of the Marshall Fritz Library. Copyright 1995, 1999, Advocates for Self-Government. Permission is granted to make gift copies of the work so long as this copyright message and attribution remain intact.
The Ransberger Pivot: How to get hostile questioners to have an open mind by Marshall Fritz. Recorded in 1988. Copyright 1988, 1997, Advocates for Self-Government. Permission is granted to make gift copies of the work so long as this copyright message and attribution remain intact.
President Donald Trump Joint Press Conference With The President of Romania Klaus Johannis
President Trump’s lawyer Marc Kasowitz RESPONDS to the James Comey Testimony.
NYT: James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, testifies before Congress and is expected to discuss his meetings and phone calls with President Trump leading up to his dismissal.
Chris Spangle, Greg Lenz, Harry Price, Jeremiah Morrell, and Cat Anagnos recap the pool party (the first 60 minutes) and then review the Comey testimony and the Qatar Diplomatic Crisis. This episode is brought to you by Eight One Two Farms and MartinArmory.com.
Chris Spangle and Greg Lenz welcome an apologetic Rob Kendall back to We Are Libertarians. What grade does the WAL Empire’s favorite Trump supporter give the President’s performance? How do we combat ISIS? Are our voting systems secure? Can Spangle ever be on time? We answer all of these questions. We have also included Rob’s […]
From the Advocates for Self-Government Library: Marshall Fritz and Michael Cloud present From Mystery to Mastery: Key Tools, Skills and Strategies. Copyright 1995, 2001, Advocates for Self-Government. Permission is granted to make gift copies of the work so long as this copyright message and attribution remain intact.
Chris Spangle, Creighton Harrington, Greg Lenz, Matt Wittlief, Cat Anagnos, and Lisa Crosby discuss the recent Supreme Court provocation ruling and the Evergreen State protest over whites being asked not to attend class.
In the United States, on the last Monday of each May, Americans celebrate a federal holiday: Memorial Day. The preferred name for the holiday gradually changed from “Decoration Day” to “Memorial Day,” which was first used in 1882. Memorial Day did not become the more common name until after World War II, and was not […]