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Decentralized Revolution #109—Dan McKnight, chairman of Defend.The.Guard.US

Dan McKnight (@DanMcKnight30) joins Liam McCollum (@MLiamMcCollum) to discuss the Defend the Guard Act, how to address the arguments made against the proposal, and recent legislative developments in various states. To get involved with the LP Mises Caucus:

June 10th, 2023|

e108—Keith Knight, Dave Casey, Brandi Bishop, and Aaron Harris

Keith Knight (@an_capitalist, managing editor at the Libertarian Institute, editor of The Voluntaryist Handbook), Dave Casey (@davevsgoliath1, host of Dave VS Goliath, co-host of The System Is Down) join Brandi Bishop (@creatrix_ttv) and Aaron Harris (@libertyaaron) to talk about why aliens are in the news again, how Tucker on Twitter

June 8th, 2023|

e107—Gene Epstein, moderator of The Soho Forum debate series

Gene Epstein (@GeneSohoForum) discusses his recent Soho Forum debate with Andrew Koppelman on whether libertarians are "greedy and delusional," the state of the economy, his upcoming Porcfest debate with David Friedman, and his take on RFK Jr. "Burning Down Rothbard"—David Gordon's review of Burning Down the House: How Libertarian Philosophy

May 31st, 2023|

e106—Angela McArdle with Michael Heise, Brandi Bishop, and Aaron Harris

On the first of many live Mises Caucus Monday Night episodes, Angela McArdle (@angela4LNCChair) joins Michael Heise (@MisesChair), Brandi Bishop (@creatrix_ttv), and Aaron Harris (@libertyaaron) to talk about the one-year anniversary of the Reno Reset, the debt ceiling "crisis" ending in another GOP sellout of the taxpayers, and the 2024

May 30th, 2023|

e103—Dan Sanchez, @FEEonline Editor-in-Chief

Dan Sanchez (Editor-in-Chief, @FEEonline) discuss the fundamental challenge that libertarians face, how to build a culture that addresses that problem, and what we can learn from great communicators like Leonard Read and Ron Paul. Articles by Dan Sanchez: "When an Idea's Time Has Come" "When Meddlers Run Amok" By the

April 19th, 2023|

e101—Josie the Redheaded Libertarian, Timcast contributor

Josie the Redheaded Libertarian (@TRHLofficial) joins Aaron to discuss how Elon Musk has improved Twitter, how libertarians can build online reach and communicate with blue-pilled people, and the constitutionality of national divorce. Josie will be speaking at the Take Human Action Tour event in Austin on April 29, get your

April 3rd, 2023|

e100—Scott Horton, Michael Heise, and Brodi the IT Guy

On the live 100th episode of Decentralized Revolution, Scott Horton joins us to talk about recent legislative successes for Defend the Guard. Before that, Michael Heise, Aaron Harris, and Brodi the IT Guy offer Mises Caucus updates on the Take Human Action Tour, our plans to avoid cancelation online, and

April 3rd, 2023|

e99—Marc Lobliner, CEO of MTS Nutrition and CMO of

Marc Lobliner ( and MTS Nutrition) recalls how the virus panic affected gyms across the country, and explains why those who love liberty should ditch the GOP for the LP—and why he's joining the Mises Caucus' Take Human Action Tour.

February 22nd, 2023|

e98—Jeff Charles, political columnist and host of A Fresh Perspective podcast

Jeff Charles (contributor to Newsweek Opinion, Liberty Nation, and RedState) discusses why and how the GOP lost his support, how the Mises Caucus helped bring him to the Libertarian Party, and how the liberty movement can reach the black community. A Fresh Perspective podcast with Jeff Charles By Jeff Charles:

February 7th, 2023|

e97—Patrick Newman, Mises Institute fellow and economics professor at Florida Southern College

Patrick Newman (@DrPatrickNewman) discusses his book Cronyism: Liberty versus Power in Early America, 1607–1849, which follows in the footsteps of Murray Rothbard's Conceived in Liberty series by examining how key figures in early American history acted to enrich themselves and their associates at the expense of Americans' liberty. Patrick Newman is

January 30th, 2023|

e96—Thomas Eddlem, Chair of LP Massachusetts

Chair of LP Massachusetts Thomas Eddlem (@teddlem) discusses his recent articles on what the Twitter Files reveal about the surveillance state—and what that means about the LP and the liberty movement as a whole. By Thomas Eddlem: "How Successful Has FBI/CIA Recruiting Been Within The Libertarian Movement?"—January 9, 2023 "Surveillance State:

January 18th, 2023|

e94—Michael Heise outlines Project Decentralized Revolution

Michael Heise announces Project Decentralized Revolution, the Mises Caucus' effort to recruit and train 100+ candidates for local races in 2023, supported by an eight-city Take Human Action Tour featuring libertarian heroes and training seminars for candidates and campaign managers/volunteers.

December 19th, 2022|

e93—Dave Benner, author of Thomas Paine: A Lifetime of Radicalism

Dave Benner (historian and regional representative to the Libertarian National Committee) discusses his new comprehensive biography of Thomas Paine and how modern-day libertarians can learn from his personal courage and literary skill. Follow Dave on Twitter: @dbenner83  Get Thomas Paine: A Lifetime of Radicalism at Amazon or at

December 19th, 2022|

e95—Murray Sabrin, author of From Immigrant to Public Intellectual

Murray Sabrin (@msabrin) discusses his new autobiography, From Immigrant to Public Intellectual: An American Story, and offers his analysis of current economic conditions and the American healthcare system. On Friday, Dec. 16, the Kindle version of From Immigrant to Public Intellectual: An American Story is free. Murray Sabrin's Amazon author

December 15th, 2022|

e92—Per Bylund, author of How to Think About the Economy

Per Bylund (@PerBylund) (Senior Fellow at the Mises Institute) discusses his new book How to Think About the Economy, which is perhaps the best concise introduction to the economic thought of Ludwig von Mises and the Austrian School. Paid for by Mises PAC  

November 10th, 2022|

e91—Brian Peotter, Libertarian US Senate candidate in Colorado

Brian Peotter (@Brian_Peotter), Libertarian US Senate candidate in Colorado, discusses how he's winning the support of liberty-minded voters in a heavily Democrat state, as well as his intentions to try to expose improprieties in the state's vote-by-mail practices. Paid for by Mises PAC

November 8th, 2022|

e90—Jordan Gambrell, US Army Green Beret veteran and founder of Operation Libertas

Jordan Gambrell (@OpLibertas) discusses how he anticipated the US government's disastrous response to the 2020 virus, how his experiences leading anti-ISIS operations in Syria as a US Army Green Beret led him to embrace liberty and peace, and how he's using Operation Libertas to educate current military personnel. Buy a

October 26th, 2022|

e89—Michael Rectenwald, author of The Great Reset and the Struggle for Liberty

Michael Rectenwald (@TheAntiWokeProf—author of The Great Reset and the Struggle for Liberty) discusses the World Economic Forum's plans for "The Great Reset," how ESG investing is a key part of their strategy, and how we can fight it through practical means he calls "The Grand Refusal." Mentioned in this episode:

October 19th, 2022|

e88—Prof. CJ Killmer, host of the Dangerous History Podcast

Prof. CJ Killmer discusses the implications of Joe Biden’s recent speech demonizing Trump voters, how propaganda works in American politics, and the history of the relationship between big business and the American state. Dangerous History Podcast episodes mentioned in this episode: Ep. 0239: Establishment Court Historians Pander to Sock Puppet-in-Chief

September 27th, 2022|

e87—Stephan Kinsella, libertarian lawyer and theorist

Stephan Kinsella (@nskinsella) shares his views on libertarian attacks on Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Hoppe’s actual positions on immigration and monarchy, and the differences between libertarian universalism and decentralization. "Magness on Hoppe; the Kochtopus and the Mises Caucus" by Stephan Kinsella Hans-Hermann Hoppe at the Mises Institute "My Dream Is of a

September 20th, 2022|
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