Timothy Sandefur returns to the show to talk about his new book, The Ascent of Jacob Bronowski: The Life and Ideas of a Popular Science Icon.
Timothy Sandefur is Vice President for Litigation at the Goldwater Institute. Sandefur has litigated several cases involving property rights, eminent domain, and regulatory takings. Sandefur is a graduate of Chapman University School of Law and Hillsdale College.
Smith reviews Sandefur’s biography, Frederick Douglass: Self-Made Man, published by the Cato Institute in 2018.
Timothy Sandefur joins us this week to discuss how Frederick Douglass does not align perfectly into the accepted political factions of today.
Timothy Sandefur joins us for a conversation on Frederick Douglass.
The Permission Society: How the Ruling Class Turns Our Freedoms into Privileges and What We Can Do About It
Timothy Sandefur joins us this week to talk about his new book, The Permission Society. When you should you need a permit to do certain things?
Some argue occupational licensing fixes an information inequality between producers and consumers. It actually unfairly privileges incumbent firms.
Timothy and Christina Sandefur join us to talk about the importance of establishing governments and societies that respect property rights.
Ilya Somin joins us to talk about the politics behind the galaxy’s most popular epic space fantasy franchise.
Timothy Sandefur joins us for a discussion on political philosophy in the Star Trek science fiction franchise.
Sandefur explores how the idea of self-ownership has been expressed in American popular culture and intellectual discourse.
Timothy Sandefur joins us for a discussion on economic liberty. Is there a right to earn a living? How is this right being violated today?
Clark Neily joins us for a discussion on judicial engagement and judicial abdication.
Timothy Sandefur joins us to talk about the U.S. Constitution. Which is the Constitution’s primary value: preserving liberty or promoting democracy?
Jason Kuznicki argues that “anyone who cares about human liberty—to whatever degree—ought to despise the Confederacy.”