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Thick vs. Thin Libertarianism and Jeff Deist’s Speech Ep. 24

Is libertarianism about more than just non-aggression? Is it possible to couple the message with  other cultural or social beliefs? Do libertarians risk irrelevance by ignoring traditional social arrangements? Should libertarians focus on propagating “libertarian universalism? ” Join us as we discuss these questions in the frame of Jeff Deist’s (surprisingly) controversial speech.

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Show Notes:

Transcript of Jeff Deist’s Speech

The Tom Woods Show Ep. 807: The Thick vs. Thin Libertarianism Debate: Have I Been Wrong All This Time?

We Are Change Coverage of the Migrant Crisis

Newsbud Coverage of Migrant Crisis

Nullify Now! Combat Federal Despotism with State Action Ep. 4

In this episode, show host Pat appears solo to present an in-depth analysis of the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and the Nullification Principle by which the States can declare Federal Laws to be “null, void, and of no effect.”

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Show Notes:

Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century by: Tom Woods

Tom Woods presentation on Nullification

James Madison: A Candid State of Parties (1792)

Reclaiming the American Revolution: The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions and Their Legacy by: William J. Watkins, Jr.

William J. Watkins, Jr. on the Tom Woods Show

The Genet Incident

The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions Full Text

Madison’s Views on Nullification

Arizona Nullifies Legal Tender Laws

Bitchute: The P2P Youtube Alternative

Tenth Amendment Center