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Join New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods for your daily serving of liberty education! Guests include Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, David Stockman, and hundreds more, with topics like war, the Federal Reserve, net neutrality, the FDA, Austrian economics, and many other subjects of interest to libertarians. Join us!
 
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Listeners of the Tom Woods Show will recognize the name Gret Glyer, the young man who spent three years living in Malawi, the world's poorest country at the time, in order to help the most vulnerable and who, at age 26, launched the outstanding DonorSee app, which allows givers to see video footage of the actual effects of their donations. Gret was…
 
Both the White House and the CDC have made claims in recent days and weeks that Covid is one of the top killers of children, or that for children it's significantly worse than the flu. There is nothing to these claims, and our guest Kelley Krohnert, who discovered the flaw behind the numbers, walks us through the real story.…
 
The Mises Institute's Joe Becker, who studied economics at UNLV under Murray Rothbard and Hans Hoppe and worked in numerous capacities for Ron Paul, discusses a major new project from the Mises Institute that people have been wanting for a long time.
 
Is it possible that we've been snookered into believing in a nonsensical concept? Is it possible to "own" an idea? Stephan Kinsella walks us through copyright, patent, trademarks, and trade secrets from a libertarian perspective, and also considers the utilitarian arguments for intellectual property. Sponsor: CrowdHealth - - Enter promo code WOODS.…
 
I talk about the ideas behind the nineteenth-century Romantic movement, as well as particular examples in music, architecture, and literature (.e.g., Hector Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique, the Gothic revival, and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, for starters), and then draw a sad conclusion about what it all means for libertarians who argue the way I …
 
What does it mean when coders tell you something is "open source"? My guess is that most people have no idea. But we should, because we could use a little positive news right about now, and the open source phenomenon is a powerful illustration of our ideas in action. Sponsors: Omaha Steaks: Type WOODS in the search bar at and order the Dads Want St…
 
A week after the Mises Caucus came to dominate the Libertarian Party, the messaging is already moving in the right direction. Sponsor: Get your father what he actually wants this Father's Day: steaks. Omaha Steaks has a delicious $99 Dads Want Steaks package that includes 16 entrees he'll love, including bacon-wrapped filet mignons, gourmet jumbo f…
 
Is there such a thing as a good life? If so, what does it consist of? Aristotle wrote about this all the way back in the fourth century B.C., and I'm giving you an overview of his conclusions in this episode for all you wonderful nerds out there. Sponsor: Gold River Trading Co. - Take 10% off your order with code WOODS at…
 
Germinal G. Van immigrated to the United States from the Ivory Coast in 2010, and at age 32 he is the author of an astonishing 23 books. From this unique vantage point he explores in his new book the various problems facing the black community, the sources of those problems, and what might be done about them.…
 
Michael Heise of the Libertarian Party Mises Caucus joins me today to discuss the clean sweep his libertarian caucus made at the recent Libertarian National Convention. Sponsor: Get your father what he actually wants this Father's Day: steaks. Omaha Steaks has a delicious $99 Dads Want Steaks package that includes 16 entrees he'll love, including b…
 
Bestselling author Ryan Levesque returns to discuss the challenges posed by Web 3.0, a world in which privacy-oriented consumers are less likely to make their private information available to advertisers and businesses. Yes, everyone, capitalism can work in an age of digital privacy! Guest's Web 3.0 Workshop:…
 
This is one of my favorite interviews of all time: I had a chance to appear on the Viva & Barnes podcast, hosted by attorneys Viva Frei and Robert Barnes, and I introduced their audience to the Mises Institute's brand of plumb-line libertarianism. The response was fantastic. Sponsor: Get your father what he actually wants this Father's Day: steaks.…
 
Mark Weinstein is the founder of MeWe, a Facebook alternative that allows adults to have conversations. I've hosted my Tom Woods Show Elite there for years and we haven't run into a single problem. Mark and I talk social media, suppression of dissident views, and the promise and challenges of new platforms. Sponsor: Gold River Trading Co. - Take 10…
 
Former US congressman John J. Duncan, Jr., a Tom Woods Show listener who also happens to be one of the half-dozen House Republicans who voted against war in Iraq, joins us for some recollections from his storied career. Sponsor: CrowdHealth - - Enter promo code WOODS.
 
One of my prized possessions is my Eric July "Monetize Your Haters" T-shirt. If there's one thing better than ignoring or defeating your enemies, it's becoming more prosperous because of their attacks. Jordan Peterson once said, "I have figured out how to monetize the Social Justice Warriors." Eric is a champ at this, and we share our strategies in…
 
Across social media, as well as in his gig with Glenn Beck's The Blaze, Eric July interacts with people from all ideological standpoints, and defends libertarianism before all comers. But what works best in each case? Eric shares his stories.
 
We all use the term, but is there really a "black community" (or, for that matter, an LGBT community, or anything similar)? Apart from basic demands for respect and a fair chance, do all black people think alike, which is what the idea of a "black community" strongly implies? Eric July week continues with a discussion of these and related issues.…
 
We kick off Eric July week with a bit of autobiography: how Eric went from being a self-described "knucklehead" as a young man to being one of the most prolific and effective libertarian communicators today. Not to mention a successful musician, entrepreneur, and more.
 
Attorney Robert Barnes, who has represented numerous high-profile clients, joins me for a candid look at lawyers and law schools, the regime's foreign policy, and the most likely national outcome in 2024. Sponsor: CrowdHealth - - Enter promo code: WOODS.
 
Julie Wentz created Arizona Stands Up to get the Covid state of emergency overturned in her state. But over the course of her activism she realized that there must have been something fundamentally wrong with the American medical establishment for it to have endorsed all the craziness. So she urges us to work toward a parallel, less psychotic syste…
 
Andrew Torba, founder and CEO of Gab, had to build everything from scratch -- his own servers, his own email autoresponder service, his own payment processor, and more -- after his free-speech platform was shunned and penalized by Big Tech. Here is a living example of how to build the parallel economy and society that so many are speaking about the…
 
Jennifer Sey, brand president for Levi's, resigned from the company in February 2022 after 23 years because of constraints on her freedom to speak her mind about COVID. Her husband, Daniel Kotzin, who also joins us in this episode, is suing the federal government for pressuring tech companies to censor dissident voices.…
 
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