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Liberty Chronicles

Ep. 63: Van Buren’s Dirty Game

featuring Anthony Comegna on Jul 24, 2018

Martin Van Buren was intellectually committed to laissez-faire and limited government, but the devil is always in the details.

Building Tomorrow

Can You Monetize Everything You Do?

featuring Paul Matzko on Jul 19, 2018

This week, we talk about smart televisions watching you, the Brave browser, and the life of Twitch streamer Ice Poseidon.

Building Tomorrow

How Smart are ‘Smart Contracts’?

featuring Kate Sills, Paul Matzko, and Matthew Feeney on Jul 12, 2018

Kate Sills joins to respond to several recent articles criticizing smart contracts, including the “Oracle problem.”

Excursions

Some Personal Reflections on Ayn Rand

featuring George H. Smith on Jul 11, 2018

George Smith discusses some good and bad influences that Ayn Rand’s ideas had on his own intellectual development.

Liberty Chronicles

Ep. 61: The Vile Mexican War

featuring Anthony Comegna on Jul 10, 2018

In 1844, America’s first libertarians made a serious mistake. The kind of mistake with the potential to destroy their whole movement.

Building Tomorrow

What’s in Your (Crypto) Wallet?

featuring Paul Matzko, Aaron Ross Powell, Matthew Feeney, & Will Duffield on Jul 5, 2018

This week, we discuss cryptocurrency and security.

Excursions

Ayn Rand on Aristotle

featuring George H. Smith on Jul 4, 2018

George Smith examines some of Rand’s claims about the beneficial influence of Aristotle’s ideas on the course of Western civilization.

Building Tomorrow

Welcome to Building Tomorrow!

featuring Paul Matzko, Aaron Ross Powell, Matthew Feeney, & Will Duffield on Jul 3, 2018

Welcome to Building Tomorrow! A new podcast by Libertarianism.org and the Cato Institute.

The Pursuit

6: of Happiness

featuring Tess Terrible on Jun 28, 2018

The cornerstone of liberty; the thing that all our other rights are built on.

Excursions

On the Influence of Ideas

featuring George H. Smith on Jun 27, 2018

George Smith discusses the issue of whether we should hold a philosopher responsible for the beliefs of those followers who agree with him.