Anthony Comegna and Jesse Walker join the show to discuss the seemingly unexplainable that occurs throughout The X-Files.
Trevor and Aaron are joined by Cato’s Matthew Feeney and John Samples (a new member of the Facebook Oversight Board), to talk about the pros and cons of content moderation.
Even if universities re-open in the fall, will higher education snap back to normal?
Paul Matzko, the host of Building Tomorrow, joins the show to talk about how the government orchestrated one of the largest censorship campaigns in history against right wing radio in the 1960’s, but many people still don’t know about it.
Auberon’s experience with war, politics, and his introduction to Herbert Spencer showed him there was an alternative to the state.
Harry Potter is perhaps the most well-known escapist fantasy ever written and adapted to film, but the series is much more than a story about good versus evil.
Evasive Entrepreneurs, innovators who don’t always conform to social or legal norms, are changing the world and challenging their governments.
Americans are currently engaged in a grand, national experiment in homeschooling.
Join the hosts of the Free Thoughts podcast as they answer questions about libertarian philosophy and policy.
The host of Portraits of Liberty, Paul Meany, joins the show to highlight historical thinkers who may not have been strictly libertarian, but argued for a freer world.
Born into poverty in 1609, John Cooke a Puritan lawyer is the first person in history to prosecute a head of state for crimes against humanity.
Aaron Ross Powell, Julian Sanchez, and Eva Galperin join the show today to hack the planet.
Ryan Bourne and Diego Zuluaga come back to the show to talk about how both fiscal and monetary policy are changing drastically to respond to COVID-19.
Why doesn’t Facebook pay it’s users for their incredibly valuable data? Minds.com does do just that, explains CEO Bill Ottman.
Kevin Currie-Knight comes back to the show to discuss different methods of homeschooling and how parents are handling the education of their children during the coronavirus pandemic.
The 19th-century reformer and self-taught classicist George Grote was responsible for the rehabilitation of democracy as a viable and virtuous form of government.
Not only was Joe Exotic a lover of big cats, he also ran for president and for governor of Oklahoma. Netflix’s Tiger King gives us a glimpse into the world of big cat ownership.
Radu Uszkai joins the show today to talk about if the case against intellectual property can be strengthened by appealing to the work of F.A. Hayek.