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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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Lots of people have read The Road to Serfdom, but few have read the material for which F.A. Hayek won the Nobel Prize in 1974. Mark Skousen joins us to discuss the significance of Hayek's work and how it helps us understand the world (and interventionism) better. Sponsors: & Guest's Event:
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Clifton Duncan was an accomplished Broadway actor who had graduated from an extremely selective elite program, and was making television appearances alongside people you would know. His star was most certainly on the rise. Then the mandates came, and Clifton declined the shot. He now waits tables. Well, the crazies didn't just ruin Clifton's career…
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I met John Bush 17 years ago, when we were both spreading the word about Ron Paul. These days, John is devoted to building the institutions a free and decent society will need, even in our unfree landscape. If all we do is react to the latest crazy thing coming from the politicos, we'll never build anything. Sponsors: &…
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It's not just this field or that field: there is a systematic sickness in academic and in intellectual life in general, in which preposterously false things are believed, and based on foundations that are never examined. This is one of my favorite episodes ever, and my thanks to Steve Patterson for this excellent conversation. Sponsor:…
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A roundtable discussion with the Intercollegiate Studies Institute's Dan McCarthy and Townhall's Scott Morefield about Donald Trump's prospects and whether the GOP made a good choice. Sponsors: HelloFresh: Go to and use code WoodsFree to get a free breakfast item in every box for LIFE!
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The great Jason Rink, known as the most canceled filmmaker in America, joins me to discuss his new installment in his January 6 documentary that focuses on the so-called Q Shaman, Jacob Chansley, and a bit of the madness he endured from the censorship-industrial complex. Sponsors: &
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The great Adam Curry, whom you surely remember as an MTV VJ and host of Headbangers Ball, is also co-host of the No Agenda Show with John C. Dvorak. Adam and I talk music, religion, and politics, and as you'll see if you didn't know already, Adam is based. Sponsor:
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David Stockman, who headed the Office of Management and Budget under Ronald Reagan, joins us to discuss the Trump economic record, both in terms of policy and results. Book Discussed: Sponsors: My listeners and I are going to make 2024 the best year we've ever had. Here's how:
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Jim Bovard is rightly a hero among libertarians for his outstanding journalistic work. In this episode we discuss everything from police dogs to the TSA to Section 8 housing and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Book Discussed: Sponsors: DeleteMe: Take 20% off all consumer plans at , using code Woods. My listeners and I are going to make 2024 th…
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Alex Dresser lost two jobs and a potential spouse thanks to the Covid measures, and that's just for starters. The crazies used to accuse us of being grandma killers, but they themselves killed Alex's grandmother. He joins us to tell the kinds of stories the media and much of the public refused to hear. Books Mentioned: - , by Tom Woods - , by Tom W…
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Scott Horton talks to Tom about Tom's new book, , and revisits some of the idiotic remarks and failed predictions by the so-called experts. Sponsors: : a family-run business operated by libertarian fans of the Tom Woods Show that makes all-natural soaps and other cleansers that you'll surely love. Take 15% off your order with code WOODS15 at…
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Should speech the authorities deem to be "misinformation" be regulated or banned during emergency situations? To this day we hear some people saying yes -- even though yesterday's "misinformation" can quickly become today's consensus, and so much of the official guidance itself had to be abandoned as misinformation. Stanford's Jay Bhattacharya join…
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Javier Milei was elected president of Argentina with a pugilistic, populist style and a hardcore libertarian message. I discuss this startling development with attorney and author of Libertarianism Today Jacob Huebert, and Argentinian university student Octavio Bermudez, who has written extensively on the Milei phenomenon. Sponsors: &…
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Now that the dust has finally settled, we have the leisure to return to the panicked days of early 2020 and reexamine what really happened. And it may not be quite what we think. Nick Hudson and Jonathan Engler join us. Sponsor: : a family-run business operated by libertarian fans of the Tom Woods Show that makes all-natural soaps and other cleanse…
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Despite the atrocious condition of California, Governor Gavin Newsom has ambitions for higher office. Larry Elder discusses the real Newsom record, what's really happening in California, and what a sensible person might do to turn things around -- for California and for the country. Book Discussed: Sponsors: &…
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Wherever we turn, people who despise us are making our lives more difficult, whether that takes the form of higher energy prices, higher prices in general, vax mandates, a war for our children's minds -- the grim list goes on and on. Is the correct approach despair, indifference, political action, or something else? Kevin Dolan of Exit, and entrepr…
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Author and retired economics professor Tom DiLorenzo, recently chosen to be the new president of the Mises Institute, discusses a variety of topics: how government agencies manipulate the public for bigger budgets, the problem with the "big business" chapter in your American history book, institutional rivalry in the libertarian world, and plenty m…
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Clint Russell of Liberty Lockdown talks to me about Israel/Palestine, Vivek Ramaswamy, war and veterans, the Ron Paul legacy, problems in the libertarian world, whether Trump could win as a convicted felon, and plenty more. Sponsors: : a family-run business operated by libertarian fans of the Tom Woods Show that makes all-natural soaps and other cl…
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Architect Dino Marcantonio joins me to review the scourge of ugliness and what traditional architecture can do about it. Sponsors: : a family-run business operated by libertarian fans of the Tom Woods Show that makes all-natural soaps and other cleansers that you'll surely love. Take 15% off your order with code WOODS15 at…
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Millions of American Christians have come to believe in a heterodox theology according to which the physical return of the Jewish people to their ancestral lands is necessary to bring about the return of Christ and the end of the world. Furthermore, during the tribulation that will ensue, believers in this theology will be "raptured" into heaven an…
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John Staddon, professor emeritus of psychology at Duke University, discusses the significance of the "replication crisis" (when it was learned that a vast number of research papers had generated results that nobody could replicate), the problem with "peer review," the role of state funding in deforming science, and much more. Sponsors: DeleteMe: Ta…
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Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute joins us to discuss the various calls for further U.S. intervention in the Middle East, and what a plausible answer might be to this seemingly intractable conflict. Also, I do my best to steelman the Israeli position to get Daniel's response. Sponsors: &
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Dan McCarthy, vice president for the Collegiate Network at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and editor of Modern Age, joins us to discuss a wide array of issues: how the Middle East affects the dynamics within the Democratic and Republican parties, the likely outcome of the DeSantis/Newsom debate, the issues that are hurting Joe Biden the most…
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About 200,000 new books are released every year. You have very limited time. Which ones should you read? Glenn Corey has done his homework: he's read a zillion of them and written up one hundred of them to help guide you in becoming informed as efficiently as possible. Book Discussed:
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Alan Futerman, co-author of The Classical Liberal Case for Israel, and Jeremy R. Hammond, author of Obstacle to Peace: The U.S. Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, square off in a fruitful debate over the most contentious issue of the present moment. Guests' Books: - , by Walter Block and Alan Futerman - , by Jeremy R. Hammond Previous Debate…
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For years, Dr. Miriam Grossman has resisted the direction of her profession, which has adopted novel gender theories wholesale, and instead been a source of consolation and common sense for people and families caught up in transgender propaganda. Sponsor:
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