For our 100th episode, a regular guest on our show, Caleb Brown, returns to discuss his Quakertarian life.
Phil Magness joins us to discuss the history of taxation in America, which sheds light on how we got to the convoluted system we have today.
We should take a collective deep breath before proposing tech-related legislation in the wake of a mass shooting.
What is the basis of class status?
James Madison would have turned 268 on March 16, 2019, so in honor of that, we explore his political life.
Jim Cantrell explores the vast opportunities in space with us, but one thing he makes clear is that no one would benefit from a war in space.
The Civil War was no clean contest between clear factions, no great battle between slavery and freedom, nor even a political war between the states.
Jonathan Blanks returns to discuss how versions of liberty were promoted by Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X during the Civil Rights Movement.
A dog is man’s best friend, basically the presence of a faithful companion, is one explanation for the rise in pet ownership.
Anthony interviews Nicholas Mosvick to discuss the issue of conscription during the Civil War and its’ lasting impact.
‘Forgotten America’ or ‘Alienated America’? Tim Carney joins us to discuss his book about the impact that strong communities have on people’s lives.
Hold your cows, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’s Green New Deal actually wouldn’t make enough of a global impact to matter.
Seward’s “little bell” made for the perfect legend, whether he said the famous phrase or not.
Do your beliefs fall on the libertarian thought spectrum?
Scooters like Bird and Lime are good disruptive technologies that live in a gray regulatory area.
Conservative or not, the Confederates would have to revolutionize their approach to the war before they could ever hope to win it.
If you try to prevent every possible danger in your child’s everyday life, they will never get a chance to grow up.
Does piracy have a catastrophic effect on how music, movies, and books are distributed?