A daily recommendation of books about libertarianism, history, philosophy politics, and life.
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis discuss the happenings of their rural Indiana county week to week. The Boss Hog of Liberty is a local show with a national impact, because everyone in the world lives in a county similar to theirs. The crew details their lives and gives interview opportunities to the world's top experts in politics, policy, economics, and anything else they find interesting!
The Brian Nichols Show is a political show for anyone and everyone. Whether it's a discussion about climate change, gun rights, abortion, or big issues like discussing the fundamental role of government, Brian Nichols brings on guests from all forms of political thought to have meaningful conversations about the issues you care about. Every show has one primary goal: to discuss the news objectively to help educate, enlighten, and inform our audience.
Podcasts about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Debates about libertarian politics and policy.
Enemy of My Enemy is a show where brilliant minds from the left, right, and center discuss current events and hot topics. Hosted by Hodey Johns, each episode showcases both fiery debate and bold unity among friends with wildly different experiences, perspectives, and philosophies. Tune in to learn why our differences are actually our greatest assets in the never-ending quest for prosperity, equality, and liberty. Part of the We Are Libertarians Podcast Network.
Are you tired of only getting your news from the major media outlets? Freedom Strips provides an area where you can become up-to-date on important current events outside of the biased media circus.
Do you like to listen to podcasts about insider political information, deep dives into libertarian philosophy, and futile arguments over the nonaggression principle? Then Gingerarchy is NOT for you! Tricia Stuart-Mann has fun conversations and interviews with her liberty friends that are at the top of their fields and putting principles into practice the libertarian philosophy. This is not a stuffy philosophy podcast where people talk about our principles. You're going to hear people living them out and will hopefully be inspired to do the same!
Discussions about politics and policy from a libertarian point of view.
Chris Spangle, Julia Geier, and Levie Rainey answer your questions about libertarian solutions to today's problems.
Harry Price and his friends discuss the internet.
Now Hear This is a conversation with leaders in Indianapolis that are working to improve the lives of Hoosiers. Our goal is to empower you to join in their work and make a difference while informing you about the unseen aspects of life in Indiana. Now Hear This airs weekends on Q95, Fox Sports 1260AM, Alt 103.3, Real 98.3 and iHeart Radio stations in Indianapolis as an effort to share the work of local nonprofits with listeners. It is hosted by Chris Spangle.
How do you achieve maximum liberty in your lifetime? That's the question bestselling author, journalist, and filmmaker Remso W. Martinez wanted to learn, so he's bringing you on the journey to find out! From topics ranging from financial independence, spiritual discovery, to radical lifestyles and disruptive technologies, Remso brings you the gonzo insights he's known for as well as remarkable guests taking bold steps into a freer world.
In this age of frantic communication about hundreds of issues from thousands of voices, it is easy to lose sight of the basic principles of libertarianism. The Path to Libertarianism exists to keep us grounded in a philosophy that remains constant in this world of evolving opinion.
Podcast episodes from We Are Libertarians.
Profiles in Liberty is a podcast dedicated to telling the story of liberty and all the heroic figures that have made the world a freer place. Each week, we explore the lives of ordinary people who made extraordinary stands for liberty. Seasonal episodes air on Thursdays.
All of the Irreverence Modern Politics Deserves - Give us an hour, and you'll understand the news. Chris Spangle uses history to bring context to current events while presenting politics from a libertarian perspective. With a group of cohosts from across the political spectrum, we toss out the screaming heads and put people before political parties. We give you the tools to think differently in a world with more than Team Red & Blue.
Government policy has a cost. Every law and regulation passed by the government has a human toll. The Cost, a series of We Are Libertarians, is a one-on-one interview that tells the story of an average person as they deal with the outcome of policy.
Chris Spangle and Matt Wittlief are history nuts and news junkies. Often, modern political debates fail to see parallels in the past, so they've embarked on a long journey from antiquity to the present to illustrate where our ancestors can help us build a better future. Subscribe now to the History of Modern Politics to get the full backstory on our current events.
Two episodes a month are now available to subscribers of WAL Plus or at HistoryofModernPolitics.Com or subscribe to the public podcast feed to get episodes in 2022.
The Paradocs is a fun and lively discussion with a couple of docs on the practice of medicine. Occasionally serious, usually lighthearted, and accidentally informative. A show for physicians to learn more about what is going on and a great place for them to direct their friends and family to better understand the challenges they face.
Eric Larson, MD is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Eric is in private practice and is board certified in anesthesiology where he specializes in ambulatory, perioperative acute pain, and general anesthesia. He works in the Grand Rapids, MI area and is married to a pediatrician with whom he has three children and one foster son (now grown and soon moved out of the house).
In our "The Swamp, Explained" series, Chris Spangle and Rob Quartel go in depth on how Washington works. Quartel, a 45-year fly on the wall in Washington, DC. Rob has worked for Republican presidential campaigns, government agencies like the EPA, and has been confirmed by the Senate to the Us Federal Maritime Commission. He's also been a candidate for Congress and Senate. Given his experience and iconoclastic viewpoints, Rob gives us great insight into the swamp that makes up our nation's capital.
"Left” and “right” are each descriptive of authoritarian positions. Liberty has no horizontal relationship to authoritarianism. Libertarianism’s relationship to authoritarianism is vertical; it is up from the muck of men enslaving man." - Leonard E. Read, 1956
Libertarian podcasts are usually focused on the philosophy of libertarianism. Our podcast, Upward - Libertarian Activism, provides tips and strategies to help move more people towards the top of the diamond of the World's Smallest Political Quiz. We Are Libertarians presents training sessions and special podcasts to teach the basics of running for office, county party organization, and other forms of libertarian activism. Early episodes include training workshops put together by Chris Spangle and the Libertarian Party of Indiana. Newer episodes are from the archives of Marshall Fritz and the Advocates for Self-Government.
Get training manuals at our website: UpwardPoliticalTraining.com.