Anna Johnson is the chair for the Libertarian Party of Washington state, and holy hell, what a state to fight for liberty in. Let’s find out what she is doing for the fight for liberty in a state that seems to be diametrically opposed to it, and the hurdles they are facing attempting to spread liberty in their state.
Government has been waging a war against small businesses in this country for decades, and it has hit a breaking point in the past two years, starting with the lockdowns and continuing with the "stimulus" and "infrastructure" bills.
My guest tonight is Carol Roth, the author of The War On Small Business, and we're going to talk about why they're doing this, and how we can stop it.
Qualified immunity, most have heard this phrase at least once in the last year, but what is it? How did it come about? And what's the libertarian take on it all?
Join Jason as he sits down with Spike Cohen, the 2020 Vice Presidential Nominee from the Libertarian Party, as we answer those questions and much much more!
Nalik “Eskimo Libertarian” joins Matt to talk about Orange Shirt Day and what it stands for and the vast number of travesties that lead to this day existing.
Join us tonight as we delve into the darker side of history to discuss what all needs to be done to right these wrongs.
My guest tonight is Texas Tech Economics Professor Alexander Salter.
I showed a preview of our interview to Jen Psaki, who told me that it was unfair and absurd, and that the American people wouldn't stand for it.
Jason is joined with the North Carolina Libertarian Party Chair, Joe Garcia, a former New York City Police Officer to discuss police practices and reforms! It's a great conversation that you don't want to miss!
Use of the death penalty has been waning for years, but the debate about whether or not government should have the power to condemn any of us to death continues to rage on.
Does it deter people from committing murder?
Does it save taxpayers money from not having to imprison murderers for life?
Are innocent people being executed?
Maurice Chammah writes for The Marshall Project and is the Author of Let The Lord Sort Them: The Rise And Fall Of The Death Penalty, and tonight we are going to do a deep-dive into this debate.