Chris Spangle and Harry Price discuss the environment of trial by Twitter, we give details of the Roy Moore accusations, and we get to the bottom Wikileaks’ communication with Donald Trump Jr.
Fear of chaos and identity politics robs individuals of their ability to grow personally.
Jordan B Peterson (born June 12, 1962) is a Canadian clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto.
Chris Spangle interviews Cara Schulz, the new Libertarian Party Candidate Recruiting Specialist on the challenges and benefits of running for office. Learn more: https://www.lp.org/run-for-office/
Dr. Mike Munger (Professor, Political Science & Economics) joins Dave Rubin to discuss political science, the importance of state’s rights, Trump, Gary Johnson’s candidacy for President, libertarian politics, the mob mentality of people and media, safe spaces, and much more.
Author Kay Hymowitz talks about her book Manning Up: The Rise of Women has Turned Men Into Boys with comments by St. Francis College Professors Michele Hirsch and Eric Platt in a forum sponsored by St. Francis and the Manhattan Institute on April 4, 2011.
“Liberty 101 is an online course produced together by Students For Liberty and Learn Liberty in which you will learn about the principles of a free society from a libertarian perspective. This course introduces the concepts of the principles of libertarianism and why liberty is essential for human flourishing.”
Chris Spangle and Harry Price discuss the libertarian opinion of Daylight Saving Time and unpack the conversation around the Texas shooting, gun rights, and domestic violence.
Want to take the power out of a Klan March? Play the sousaphone behind them.
Former progressive podcaster Jamie Kilstein of Citizen Radio was on Joe Rogan. He presents the prison that is living according to the rules of a progressive society. He also shows that a political commentator must always say what their audience needs to hear and not what they want to hear, or else they end up in a lonely and dangerous place. – Chris Spangle