Peter Goettler joins us this week to talk about his role at the Cato Institute, Cato’s history of 40 years of advancing liberty, and what’s next for public policy organizations more generally and for Cato specifically.
George H. Smith explains how the methodological monism of modern positivism differs from classical empiricism.
Peter Van Doren joins us this week to talk about health care economics. How much should we spend on health care, and how would we know the answer to that question?
George H. Smith explains methodological subjectivism and how it applies to the study of human action.
Mustafa Akyol discusses Islam. Is there a Muslim case for liberty? How has Islam traditionally treated the principles of political liberalism?
George H. Smith discusses Thomas Paine’s welfare proposals in Rights of Man and Agrarian Justice.
Wolf von Laer joins us this week to talk about the movement for liberty on college campuses around the world.
George H. Smith explains Paine’s views on paper money, price controls, self-interest, and exploitative governments.
Jeremy McLellan joins us this week to talk about his brand of politics and comedy. Does humor have a place in changing people’s political beliefs?
The ideal of individual freedom is more than a will-o’-the-wisp. It was widely appreciated in the past and so may become widely appreciated in the future.
Alex Nowrasteh joins us this week to talk about immigration in the wake of Donald Trump’s contentious executive order. Is immigration always good for a country?
George H. Smith explains some of Thomas Paine’s ideas about the nature of a republic and the benefits of a representative form of government.
Brink Lindsey joins us this week to talk about his idea for an alliance between liberals and libertarians in the age of Trump-style conservative populism.
George H. Smith explains Edmund Burke’s argument against majority rule and a constitution based on the consent of the governed.
Gene Healy joins us for a special Inauguration Day episode of Free Thoughts wherein we assess Barack Obama’s legacy as President of the United States.
Liberty by Bowen Xu is one of four winners in our first annual Libertarianism.org video contest!
Pursuit of Happiness by Chris Allison is one of four winners in our first annual Libertarianism.org video contest!
Passion for Liberty by John Russell is one of four winners in our first annual Libertarianism.org video contest!