Memeing Our Way to Freedom: Mance Rayder Books Reviewed Ep. 101

In this episode, we return to the basic tenets of the Voluntaryist philosophy by tipping our hat to Pete “Mance Rayder” Raymond of the Free Man Beyond the Wall Podcast.

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Planks of the Nazi Party

Luke Rudkowski and Jeff Berwick Go to Venezuela

Hugo Chavez fires oil executives

David D. Friedman: the Case for Anarcho-Capitalism Ep. 100

As part of his brilliant interview series, Keith speaks with David D. Friedman about his work and the case for Anarcho-Capitalism.

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Bastiat’s “The Law” Ep. 99

In this episode of the show, Keith and I take on the classic blueprint for a free society: Frederic Bastiat’s “The Law.”

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The Bastiat Collection (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Thomas DiLorenzo “The Myth of Natural Monopoly

Liberation Library [6]: Dissecting Anatomy of the State ft. Keith Knight

 

Economics in One Lesson Ep. 98

Keith Knight makes his debut as the second co-host of the Liberty Weekly Podcast! In this episode, Keith and I go back to first principles and walk through “Economics in One Lesson,” a MUST READ for all new libertarians.

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Keith Knight’s “Don’t Tread on Anyone”

Essential Books for the Libertarian Novice Ep. 42

Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Anarchy and the Law: The Political Economy of Choice by Edward P. Stringham (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life by Edward P. Stringham (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Peter Schiff Makes Analogies

Keith Interviews David D. Friedman

Economic Depressions: Their Causes and Cures by Murray N. Rothbard (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Meltdown: A Free Market Look at Why the Stock Market Collapsed, the Economy Tanked, and Government Bailouts will Make Things Worse By Tom Woods (Amazon Affiliate Link)

How and Economy Grows and Why It Crashes by Peter Schiff (Amazon Affiliate Link)

James Corbett: Meet Paul Ehrlich, Pseudoscience Charlatan

James Corbett: Why Big Oil Conquered the World

Hans Herman Hoppe: A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Will MySpace Ever Lose Its Monopoly? by Victor Keegan

Free Man Beyond the Wall Episode 167: Talking ‘Renegade American History w/ Thaddeus Russell

Anarcho-Capitalism and the Germanic Folklaw Ep. 97

In part two of our series on the Germanic Folklaw, I discuss how oaths and affirmations gave rise to formal legal language, how the Germanic Folklaw relates to anarcho-capitalism, and begin to touch on Christianity’s role in subsuming criminal law to the state.

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“Law and Revolution: the Formation of the Western Legal Tradition” By: Harold J. Berman (Amazon Affiliate Link)

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The Real Magna Carta Ep. 58 The Liberty Weekly Podcast

Drums of the Deep Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Roots of the Germanic Folklaw Ep. 96

In a return to a more scholarly format of the podcast, I take a bit of a deep dive into Chapter 1 of “Law and Revolution: The Formation of the Western Legal Tradition” by Harold J. Berman. In this episode, we become acquainted with the Germanic Folklaw that existed throughout tribal Europe before the 11th and 12th centuries AD.

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“Law and Revolution: the Formation of the Western Legal Tradition” By: Harold J. Berman (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Non-State Justice Systems: A Primer Ep. 36 The Liberty Weekly Podcast

The Real Magna Carta Ep. 58 The Liberty Weekly Podcast

“I Hold Myself in Contempt!” Liar, Liar on Actual Anarchy Ep. 95

I appeared with my boys Daniel and Robert of the Actual Anarchy Podcast to discuss one of my favorite childhood movies, “Liar Liar.” We booze out and have a great time discussing ethical obligations and legal constructs in the law! Wowza!

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My First Week as a Lawyer Ep. 94

In this episode, I share my experience in the first few weeks of being a lawyer. I also address an attack I got on Twitter that brought up a point that needed addressing.

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Bastard Chris Twitter Exchange

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Liberation Library [3]: The Truth About Judicial Review

How to Read a SCOTUS Opinion Ep. 93

In this episode, I welcome any new listeners and go back to basics by teaching everyone how I read SCOTUS opinions. For demonstration purposes, I use Castle Rock v. Gonzales (2005), a case that I’ve worked with in several episodes of the podcast.

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Castle Rock v. Gonzales, 545 U.S. 748 (2005)

How to Read a US Supreme Court Opinion (American Bar Association)

Non-State Solutions to Domestic Violence Ep. 55 ft. Trey Weaver

 

Brian Saady on the Drug War, Bad Forensic Evidence, and the “School to Prison Pipeline” Ep. 91


Brian Saady is a freelance journalist and author of four books, including a three-book series, entitled “Rackets,” which discusses the legalization of drugs, gambling, and prostitution, respectively. His writing has appeared in outlets such as: The American Conservative, Antiwar.com, Counterpunch, ActivistPost, and the Foundation for Economic Education. Additionally, he is the host of an excellent podcast entitled “Rackets.”

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“The War on Drugs is far Deadlier than Most People Realize” FEE

CITING TENTH AMENDMENT, SCOTUS STRIKES DOWN FEDERAL SPORTS GAMBLING LAW EP. 74

For more on the New Jersey gambling case, please refer to Episode Four of the “Rackets” Podcast on this page

“When Forensic Evidence Goes Bad” The American Conservative

“Throwing Children Away: The School-to-Prison Pipeline”

“School Resource Officers and the Criminalization of Student Behavior” by Matthew Theriot–University of Tennesee 

The Daubert Standard

Steven Teske, the chief judge at the Clayton County Juvenile Court in Georgia, testifies before Congress

FPF #133 “The Drug War with Brian Saady”

Free Markets–Non-Aggression