CSS: What is a Libertarian? Chris Spangle Joins ‘Al and Frank Try To Be Serious’ with Al Jackson and Frank Caliendo

What is a libertarian? A lot of people are asking that question. I recently had a conversation with comedian Frank Caliendo about that very subject, and he invited me on his show. I appeared twice on the podcast “Al and Frank Try to Be Serious” featuring comedians Al Jackson and Frank Caliendo to discuss libertarianism. If you aren’t sure what that means, these two episodes are a great place to jump in.

Al and Frank are putting a great podcast together. They talk about big ideas in a respectful way. We really believe in what they are doing with this show, so please subscribe here. Learn more at their website, AlAndFrank.com.

If you have friends and family that are curious about libertarianism, please forward this to them and share on social media. It is a great tool for you to begin a conversation with your friends.

Ep2: Life, a Libertarian and His Pursuit of Happiness – Chris Spangle

Hosts Frank Caliendo & Al Jackson, along with frequent guest Brian Love spend some time interviewing Libertarian Chris Spangle (www.WeAreLibertarians.com)

Chris Spangle is the Digital Director for The BOB & TOM Show, a nationally syndicated morning show. Spangle is the founder and host of the We Are Libertarians podcast, which is dedicated to applying libertarian thought to current events, politics, and culture. Before this, he worked in politics and media as a producer at a news talk radio station, the Executive Director of the Libertarian Party of Indiana, Audio Editor of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and a Senior Account Representative at an advertising agency. He lives in Indianapolis, IN. His Twitter is @ChrisSpangle.

Ep3: Star Spangled Banter – More with Libertarian Chris Spangle

Chris Spangle of WeAreLibertarians.com joins hosts Al Jackson & Frank Caliendo along with frequent guests Brian Love and Dave Houston for a full five-person virtual round table discussion on diverse topics including media bias, police and community relations, politics as a team sport and the practical bounds of Libertarianism in society.

An Introduction to Libertarianism with Marshall Fritz

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