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This show is an artist's take on sports — I believe both art and sports have the power to translate and help us reconsider the largest social issues we face. On each episode, we will be discovering and discussing the many connections between the two alongside artists, athletes, journalists, commentators, critics and fans.
 
The Counterflow Podcast is a weekly show featuring discussions and interviews with people who are outside of and critical toward mainstream liberal and conservative politics. Counterflow challenges the conventional right/left binary and is concerned with the more important distinction of free vs unfree. The show features thinkers from all backgrounds, who do not fit into the narrow framework of fashionable opinion. The show addresses cultural and lifestyle issues as well as philosophy and po ...
 
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My guest this week is Adam Patrick, the host of the Y'er Talkin Over Me podcast. Adam is a wonderful host and always makes me think into things deeper when I listen to him. We discuss the blind spots that libertarians often have, as well as things like: can you be a pure libertarian while being involved in politics, things he learned over the lockd…
 
Matt from Kingpilled, and Aaron from Timeline Earth (and Boyz Town With Aaron) join me for a discussion on capitalism and accelerationism. When RW Anarchists approach any subject, they must be careful to observe the critiques of their enemies, and empathize with how they develop. We'll start our conversation there, and then marry in #praxis and how…
 
Jared is the founder of hoppean.org, a site that promotes the values and ideas of Hans Hermann-Hoppe, Murray Rothbard, and Lew Rockwell. These ideas of paleolibertarianism are more important now than ever, and I invited Jared on to discuss all of that, plus ideas of praxis, philosophy, and politics. You're going to love this Check out the website h…
 
My guest for this episode is the one and only Hotep Jesus. Hotep wants his community to build their wealth, be independent, and not try to assimilate with whom the Left and the government says they should assimilate. We discuss how to deal with the Left, what he thinks of Trump, what he thinks about tradition, and his thoughts on Kamala Harris. We …
 
I met Mark through Twitter, and found out not only was he a fan and listener of YTOM, but an ideologically aligned thinker as well. I invited him on and we worked through some ideas and concepts, and I think you're really going to like where this all leads in the future. It's brave to work through ideas in real time, and allow yourself to be vulner…
 
My guest this week produces wonderfully made YouTube videos on the philosophy of neoreactionism: the original brainchild of thinkers like Mencius Moldbug and Nick Land. Neoreactionary thought is often misunderstood and yet vitally important to understanding political power and philosophy. It has been incorrectly called the alt-right and even worse.…
 
LB Muniz invited me on his show, "Been Awake" because I conned him into thinking I was interesting enough to talk to.... All kidding aside, this was a great conversation and you're going to really enjoy it. Check out Been Awake on any podcatcher, and on substack here: https://beenawake.substack.com/ Also follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com…
 
Noah Cohan and John Early who are on the show to discuss their project Whereas Hoops. Noah Cohan is the Assistant Director of American Culture Studies at Washington University St. Louis and is a previous Dear Adam Silver guest from Episode 22 where he joined the show to discuss his book on fandom entitled We Average Unbeautiful Watchers. John Early…
 
My guest this week comes from the Left but authored a great book titled, "War for Eternity: The Return of Traditionalism and the Rise of the Populist Right". Much of this book focuses on Steven K. Bannon and a cast of Traditionalists from around the world. Ben and I take a deep dive into Bannon, as Ben had many meetings, lunches, and dinners with h…
 
Joshua, host of the Our Foundations Podcast, joins me to chat about what has been a recurring theme on the show: historical cycles and patterns. He meshes together P.R. Sarkar, the Four Turnings, Sorokin, Mystical/Material, and his own idea of the Ages of Man. This will bring a lot of our talks from the past year into context, and you're really goi…
 
Matt Erickson, host of Kingpilled on YouTube, joins me again to chat about podcasting, communication, and getting new ideas out into the public discourse. This was a chill conversation about why we do what we do, and how it affects our lives and others. I hope you'll take out of it what I did, which is to chill TF out and relax. We're all in this t…
 
My guest this week is Edward Dutton, author of the book, "At Our Wits' End". Edward doesn't shy away from controversial topics. I come at this wondering why a discussion of the intelligence quotient going down over the decades would even be controversial. Edward Dutton goes through the methodology of IQ and explains the factors that have lead to it…
 
Pete Quinones, host of the Free Man Beyond the Wall Podcast, joins me once again. I invited Pete on to chat about his previous conversation with Matt Erickson (@kingpilled) and all that entails. Please listen to that conversation on Pete's show first, and then come back here and listen to this one, it will all make a lot more sense. Libertarians ar…
 
Daniel McCarthy is one of the utmost preeminent conservative scholars alive today. He is here with me to discuss the history of conservatism and give us a taste of what he will be teaching in his upcoming class on Conservatism for Renegade University. Daniel details the many manifestations of conservative thought over the decades, from paleoconserv…
 
Popular Liberty joins me once again on the show, and we chat about the episode of the Lex Fridman podcast, where Yuron Brook and Michael Malice debate Objectivism and Ayn Rand. What I took out of this conversation was Minarchy (small government) vs Anarchy (no government) and that continues to be an annoying argument to me. So, I asked Poppy Libs t…
 
Jose Galison, host of the No Way Jose Podcast, and The Liberty Movement, joins me to bring some energy to the doing vs talking debate in the libertarian community. This is a great followup to my last conversation with Aaron from TLE, and expands on many of the same ideas. Jose is killing it, and you should check out all of his content! Jose on Twit…
 
My guests this week are three guys that must remain anonymous to retain their ability to work in Hollywood. They work in the TV and film industry, and they are creating a 5-part documentary series called, "Follow the Science: On Lockdowns and Liberty". They are the creators of the SoundMind Creative Group which allows fellow creators a space dedica…
 
Aaron from the Timeline Earth podcast (formerly Friends Against Government) and Boyz Town w/ Aaron, joins me to discuss accelerationist tactics in 2021. At its core, this conversation is about messaging and marketing, and should be viewed in that context. The rest of it is just a cherry on top. Timeline Earth Podcast - here (or search Timeline Eart…
 
Peter St Onge is on the show with me this week to discuss what exactly is going on with the economy right now. Why are gas and lumber so much more expensive now? Is it inflation? Does it have to do with the supply chain issues of 2020? How stable is the US Dollar? Is it rapidly losing value? What is so special about Bitcoin? Why does it hold value?…
 
I'm delighted to be joined again by the great Pete Quinones. You can listen to our last episode, 2:26 from last year, at your leisure. This time we get a bit more serious about how libertarians can operate in the real world, rather than bog themselves down in theory and rhetoric. Check out Pete on Twitter @ PeterRQuinones Here at the Libertarian In…
 
ArcaicSkidz was nice enough to invite me on his YouTube channel to chat about the restaurant industry, LP politics, and how the libertarian community can get out of its own way. Check him out here: https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/arcaicskidz And here's our actual visual conversation if you want to see my pretty face: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v…
 
My guest today is Peter G. Klein, Carl Menger Research Fellow of the Mises Institute and W.W. Caruth Chair and Professor of Entrepreneurship at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business. Peter joins me to discuss the phenomenon many know as "woke capitalism". We discuss where it came from, what it means, it's relationship with the early "Prog…
 
Episode 79 features a conversation with Julie DiCaro, author of the recently published book Sidelined: Sports, Culture and Being a Woman in America. This book unpacks sexism in sports media for fans and non-fans alike. Julie writes about her time in radio covering sports, to the harassment she has received herself from fans and listeners to her tim…
 
Steve Dincher joins to me discuss Christian Eschatology (the study of the "end times.") Steve is a subscriber to the eschatology called Full Preterism, which is the belief that the entire bible, from Genesis to Revelation, culminated in the fall of Jerusalem in 70 A.D. There are many reasons I thought this would be fascinating to discuss, and all o…
 
Long time Dear Adam Silver supporter and returning guest Brian Tran is back on the show to discuss our feelings about the first weekend of the NBA playoffs, including the play in tournament, the long standing question of whether refs and players are coworkers or colleagues, and our recent transition to sworn enemies as the Suns vs. Lakers series be…
 
Magnus Panvidya gained attention and notoriety after his speech in Michigan went viral on YouTube. He has become the recognizable face of The Boogaloo movement, and preaches a message of unity between the right and the left against the oppression of the state. Check him out on Twitter @MagnusPanvidya…
 
My guest this week is the Head Lion over at the Lions of Liberty podcast, Marc Clair. Marc's interview style has really been an influence on me, but more than that, I can tell that he's been evolving quite a bit in his thoughts and outlook on everything from libertarianism to spirituality. As someone who respects the work he does, I wanted to bring…
 
Maddie and Jessie from The Voluntary Vixens Podcast join me. I adore these ladies, and you're going to enjoy this conversation very much. Check them out on any podcatcher, and definitely find them on IG @VoluntaryVixens, where they are super kind about responding to questions and comments. Enjoy!
 
Today I'm joined by Tho Bishop and Clint from Liberty Lockdown to discuss the evergreen topic of political strategy. Clint is advocating for the Libertarian Party and Mises Caucus as being the best vehicles moving forward for the growth of liberty and messaging. Tho has a different view and pushes for using one of the two major parties in America, …
 
Andrew from PopularLiberty on Youbtube joins me to talk about his concept of Archotropism: the tendency of any system to degrade into power, and what that means. We discuss many ideas of the concept of power from an economic and engineering sense, including incentives to power, time preference, price floors and interest rates of power dynamics, and…
 
Chris and I finish our exegetical analysis of The Book of Genesis, by looking at the story of Joseph, and what has been societally coined "Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat." We posit that the story of Joseph is actually the story of Judah and his redemption. Thank you all for following along, and continue to join us on our continuing journey of…
 
James Jenneman from the Blackbird podcast (formally Urban Agorist) joins me to talk about C0vid & vacc!nes, psychedelics, integral theory, and hitting the mark when it comes to approaching The Most High. The Hebrew definition for "Sin" is literally "miss the mark." How we approach society, culture, and our understanding of the human condition, says…
 
My guest this week is the great Scott Horton. Scott and I discuss the War on Terror and when, if at all, American troops will finally be withdrawn from Afghanistan. Biden has already torn up the deal that Trump made with the Taliban to remove the troops by May 1, 2021. We also discuss the CIA and other nefarious groups placating the left by pretend…
 
My guest this week is the brilliant author, journalist, classicist, and historian, Dr. Thomas Fleming. Dr. Fleming first appeared on my radar as a founding member of what was then called The Southern League. We discuss what happened with that organization and what he thinks of secession these days. Dr. Fleming was also the man that Murray Rothbard …
 
Stacie from "Stacie4Truth" (formally The Dissent) joins me to talk about what libertarians mean by "The State," and how we can realistically move forward as people looking for individual liberty and economic freedom. When we stop talking in hypotheticals, we can possibly start a conversation on how to create something new. Stacie is one of the swee…
 
Glacuo Adorno is back on the pod today (listen to episodes 40, 25 and 3 for more)! Long time listeners will remember that we collaborated in Lithuania on a body of artwork made about women’s basketball pioneer Senda Berenson. We met while we were both in graduate school at Louisiana State university, when I was studying fine art and Glauco was stud…
 
Today's episode features my recent appearance on the Freeman Beyond the Wall podcast with Pete Quiñones. Pete and I discuss some of the things I said during a panel at a Mises Institute event in Birmingham, AL. I advised libertarians to start resisting the, often fallacious, claim to be neither left nor right. We discuss why I said that, the pushba…
 
Buck Johnson, host of Counter-Flow Podcast (formally Death To Tyrants) joins me to talk about left vs right, meaning and purpose vs emptiness, what Ancapistan looks like, and where "libertarians" go from here. Buck is a hero in our space, and you can check him out on all podcatchers and here, as Spotify is my preferred catcher: https://open.spotify…
 
Corey from Phocasseeds.com, and a member of the LPCT Mises Caucus, joins to me to talk about how human beings can create for themselves, and how they can derive meaning from nature. We also talk heavily about our religious upbringing and evolution, which you know I continue to enjoy. I really enjoyed this. You should check out what Corey is doing a…
 
My guest this week is Iowa State Representative Jeff Shipley. Jeff is a Republican in the style of Ron Paul. We talk about his rise to elected office and how he strives to really listen to his constituents. We discuss his philosophy on the political system in America, his thoughts on the Libertarian Party and the Republican Party, and the issues th…
 
Stephen Kirschner and I resume our conversation from September 28th, 2020 (Episode 2:13.) We previously talked about post-modernism and its offshoots: post-structuralism, and post-colonialism, and what all of that entails. Please go back and start there, because this conversation will make a lot more sense. We continue our conversation on how to ke…
 
My guest on this episode is Don the Pleb, proprietor of Plebian Media. Don's weekly YouTube show has become very popular, and you'll understand why from this interview. Don is of the right-wing persuasion and is very good at understanding politics and analysis. In this chat, he explains what Operation Choke Point is and how it has influenced deplat…
 
Today, Chris and I touch on most of Chapters 25-35 in the Book of Genesis, in only the way that Chris Maness can bring to a conversation. Personally, I found myself flying through a myriad of emotions here, and I hope you feel that as well. I've started focusing less on the text itself, assuming that yall have begun following along in your own scri…
 
My friend Adam Lopez joins me for a discussion on what the "new normal" looks like these days following the election, and in a world seriously considering travel papers under the name "Vaccine Passports." We also talk about last year's election, virtue signaling on social media (and how to use it properly,) adapting to your job in a covid world, as…
 
Vin Armani is a man with a very fascinating and diverse life story. He now resides in Saipan after seeing the writing on the wall in April 2020. He knew the US was headed in a very bad direction. Vin is here to discuss the age that we now live in. It's what he has coined "The Dim Age". What differentiates it from the Dark Age is that the light is o…
 
Clint from the Liberty Lockdown Podcast joins me for a passionate discussion on where the libertarian movement is headed, what messaging needs to be at the forefront, and what the housing market is going to look like in the coming years. Clint's passion, righteous anger, and honesty shine through here. Links to his content are below, as well as all…
 
This was a really enjoyable bonus episode with Thaddeus Russell and Tho Bishop. Tho is a proud Florida man, and Thaddeus resides in the State of California. We discuss the ways in which their respective states implemented COVID-19 restrictions and how it has affected their lives. Florida has obviously come out on the winning end now, and California…
 
I am so excited to share this episode, featuring Claude Johnson, founder of the Black Fives Foundation. The Black Fives Foundation’s mission is to research, preserve, showcase, teach, and honor the pre-NBA history of African Americans in basketball. The Foundation is doing incredible things around education and celebration of this history. I have b…
 
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