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The First Livestreamed Mass Shooting

featuring Paul Matzko and Matthew Feeney on Mar 28, 2019

We should take a collective deep breath before proposing tech-related legislation in the wake of a mass shooting. 

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The Ancient Rights of Englishmen

by David Edwards on Mar 27, 2019

When the American revolutionaries declared their independence, it was founded on a solid thousand years of English history.

Liberty Chronicles

Ep. 99: Mushrooms & Men

featuring Anthony Comegna on Mar 26, 2019

What is the basis of class status?

Free Thoughts

Happy (Belated) Birthday James Madison!

featuring John Samples, Gene Healy, and Michael B. Levy on Mar 22, 2019

James Madison would have turned 268 on March 16, 2019, so in honor of that, we explore his political life. 

Everything Wrong with the Presidents

Everything Wrong with the Truman Administration

by David S. D’Amato on Mar 20, 2019

Was Harry Truman one of the worst terrorists of all time? If words mean anything anymore—then absolutely, yes.

Liberty Chronicles

Ep. 98: The Civil War as Corporatist Conquest

featuring Anthony Comegna on Mar 19, 2019

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.

Building Tomorrow

Must Love Dogs…and Dog Tech

featuring Paul Matzko, Will Duffield, and Natalie Dowzicky on Mar 14, 2019

A dog is man’s best friend, basically the presence of a faithful companion, is one explanation for the rise in pet ownership. 

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Democracy vs Doulocracy, Part 4

by William Wilson in 1848

Our author concludes with a resounding call for Martin Van Buren, free soil, free speech, free labor, and free peoples the world over.

Liberty Chronicles

Ep. 97: Resisting Leviathan, with Nicholas Mosvick

featuring Anthony Comegna and Nicholas Mosvick on Mar 12, 2019

Anthony interviews Nicholas Mosvick to discuss the issue of conscription during the Civil War and its’ lasting impact.

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Democracy vs Doulocracy, Part 3

by William Wilson in 1848

Our author continues his assault on slavery by declaring that the world had advanced too far to allow slavery any further.

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Democracy vs Doulocracy, Part 2

by William Wilson in 1848

After defining his terms, our author shifts to a full explanation of slavery’s sinful violations of Christian precepts.