In this episode, show hosts Jerry and Pat introduce their favorite libertarian and voluntaryist internet content producers. We also give shoutouts and respect to peers in our own community that we would like to connect with and bring on the podcast!

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Show Notes:

Stefan Molyneux: Freedomain Radio

Adam Kokesh

Tom Woods

Larken Rose

Peter Schiff

“Peter Schiff Was Right”

Mises Institute

Jeff Deist

Mises Weekends

Ancap Radio with Chase Rachels

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Bob Murphy

The Lara-Murphy Report


Freedom Tunes

James Corbett

James Corbett on Open Source Investigation

Luke Rudkowski We Are Change

Tim Pool

Jeff Berwick: The Dollar Vigilante


Sibel Edmonds: Newsbud

Newsbud: MindHack with Jeff Deriso

Our Peers!

Actual Anarchy

Kyles Fyles: Foreign Policy Focus

The Voluntaryist

Liberty and Tech with Nick Carroll

By Patrick MacFarlane

Patrick MacFarlane is a Wisconsin attorney in private practice. He is the host of the Liberty Weekly Podcast at, where he covers libertarian legal theory, noninterventionist foreign policy, Austrian economics, history, and other libertarian topics. His is a regular contributor at the Libertarian Institute at His work also appears on in the viewpoints section. He may be reached at

2 thoughts on “Our Tramp Through the Decentralized Media Revolution Ep. 11”
  1. How did Free Talk Live get omitted? They put out 2 hours (when you remove the commercials) of content every single day of the week.

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