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e85—Dan Smotz, host of The System Is Down podcast

Dan Smotz (host of The System Is Down) talks about his political awakening; his video work with Spike Cohen, the Mises Caucus, and others; and, of course, conspiracy theories.        

August 29th, 2022|

e84—Stephan Livera, Swan Bitcoin managing director

Stephan Livera (managing director at Swan Bitcoin and host of the Stephan Livera Podcast) explains the difference between Bitcoin and fiat currency, what makes Bitcoin better than other cryptocurrencies, and how you can use Bitcoin in the most decentralized way possible. Bitcoin resources mentioned by Stephan: Muun is a self-custodial wallet for bitcoin and

August 12th, 2022|

e83—Kate Fantinel, Australian libertarian Senate candidate

Kate Fantinel (@ladylibertyWAus) talks about how she became a libertarian in very unlibertarian Australia, the ongoing tyranny there ostensibly to fight the virus, and the challenges she faced as a Senate candidate in Western Australia running as a Liberal Democrat (which is Australia’s libertarian party). Paid for by Mises

August 7th, 2022|

e82—Dennis Pratt, Free State Project activist and organizer of Porcfest

Dennis Pratt (PorcFest organizer, Free State Project ambassador, and NHLP activist) describes how his pursuit of liberty brought him from Chicago to New Hampshire, how a geographical centralization of libertarians can bring about political decentralization on a wider scale, and why you should visit—and then move to—New Hampshire.

August 2nd, 2022|

e78—Scott Cosenza, legal affairs editor at

Scott Cosenza (legal affairs editor at breaks down the history of Roe v. Wade, how the Supreme Court might overturn it, and how gun rights are likely to be protected both by the courts and by technology. Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at Paid for by

May 22nd, 2022|

e77—Robbie Bernstein, King of the Caucs

Robbie Bernstein (@RobbieTheFire)—stand-up comedian, host of Run Your Mouth and Dave Smith's sidekick on Part of the Problem—talks about his political awakening, the challenges of advancing his comedy career in lockdown times, and how libertarians can better sell our ideas. Paid for by Mises PAC

May 19th, 2022|

e76—James Jenneman, LPMC organizer and host of the Blackbird podcast

James Jenneman (Twitter: @jameslj) is a Libertarian Party Mises Caucus organizer in Minnesota and the host of the Blackbird podcast. He and Aaron discuss the upcoming LP National Convention in Reno, the concept of "post-libertarianism," and how decentralization is the best way to approach the difficult task of opposing people

May 3rd, 2022|

e75—Jeremy Kauffman, Libertarian Party of New Hampshire candidate for U.S. Senate

Jeremy Kauffman (Twitter: @jeremykauffman) discusses the liberty movement in New Hampshire, how libertarians should approach messaging, and the effectiveness of decentralized alternatives to Big Tech and the corporate media. Jeremy's campaign website Jeremy Kauffman on Odysee @jeremy4nh #ukraine #russia #america #massachusetts #trade #republican #democrat #NH #newhampshire #j4nh #newhamnpshirecheck #libertarian #fsp

March 31st, 2022|

e74—Tim Moen, former leader of the Libertarian Party of Canada

Tim Moen assesses the trucker protest in Canada, how the media has portrayed those opposing the virus regime, and how Trudeau and the Canadian government have responded with unprecedented violations of civil liberties. Libertarian Party of Canada On Twitter: @LibertarianCDN

March 17th, 2022|

e73—Josiah Baker, Mises Caucus organizer in Tennessee

Josiah Baker talks about organizing the Libertarian Party Mises Caucus in Tennessee and how the Caucus can partner with issues-only groups like For All Tennessee to promote liberty through decentralization and local nullification. Libertarian Party of Tennessee 2022 State Convention—Fri., March 18 through Sunday, March, 20 in Manchester, Tennessee

March 15th, 2022|

e70—Doug Stuart, CEO of the Libertarian Christian Institute

Doug Stuart talks about social justice from a libertarian and a Christian perspective, why his desire to help others led him to study economics, and the moral problems with desiring to control other people. Decentralized Revolution listeners get 50 percent off the audiobook of Faith Seeking Freedom: Libertarian Christian Answers

February 19th, 2022|

e68—Dr. Michael R. Edelstein, author of Three Minute Therapy

Dr. Michael R. Edelstein (author of Three Minute Therapy) outlines the principles of rational emotive therapy (REBT), how libertarians can stay motivated and avoid infighting, and what Ayn Rand got wrong about self-esteem. Dr. Edelstein's blog at Psychology Today Three Minute Therapy podcast:

December 2nd, 2021|

e67—Jenin Younes, litigation counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance

Jenin Younes (litigation counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance) talks about how her career as a public defender in New York, how and why she became the “Lefty Lockdown Skeptic” (@Leftylockdowns1) on Twitter, and her work fighting for civil liberties in the new landscape of the last couple of

November 25th, 2021|

e66—Karlyn Borysenko, organizational psychologist and ex-Democrat

Karlyn Borysenko (Dr. and @DrKarlynB on Twitter) talks about how woke politics prompted her to explore other viewpoints, what it’s like to go viral unintentionally, and her impressions of the Libertarian Party, especially the Mises Caucus. Links: "After Attending a Trump Rally, I Realized Democrats Are Not Ready For

November 16th, 2021|

e65—David Hynes, Mises Caucus board member

Mises Caucus board member David Hynes discusses his recent article re-iterating the three-pronged strategy the Mises Caucus is using to pursue libertarian political success given that we’re vastly outnumbered and playing a rigged game. Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at Paid for by Mises PAC

October 12th, 2021|

e64—Follow the Science: On Lockdowns and Liberty

 Two of the filmmakers behind the forthcoming docuseries Follow the Science: On Lockdowns and Liberty discuss the importance of telling the story the corporate media is suppressing, why they’re remaining anonymous for the time being, and what they’d most like to hear from a whistleblower. To support his project,

October 6th, 2021|

e63—Corey DeAngelis, national director of research at the American Federation for Children

Corey DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey), national director of research at the American Federation for Children, discusses his passion for advocating that school funding follow each student to wherever parents choose to send them as well as how the last 18 months has affected both government schools and trends in homeschooling. From Corey

September 10th, 2021|

e62—Kyle Anzalone, assistant editor at and news editor at The Libertarian Institute

Kyle Anzalone (@KyleAnzalone_) is assistant editor at, news editor at The Libertarian Institute, and co-host of the Conflicts of Interest podcast. On this episode, he discusses the long-awaited pullout from Afghanistan, the Biden administration’s foreign policy tendencies, and the “pivot to Asia” and what that might mean for China’s

September 6th, 2021|

e61—Glenn Jacobs, mayor of Knox County, Tenn. and pro wrestling superstar Kane

Glenn Jacobs discusses his longtime interest in libertarianism and Austrian economics, what it’s been like as mayor throughout the COVID fiasco, and how libertarian ideas have the best chance of success at the local level. Austrian Economics with Glenn Jacobs: Glenn Jacobs on The Bob Murphy Show: Glenn Jacobs on

August 30th, 2021|
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