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On COI #98, Kyle discusses two recent police shootings involving children. In Chicago, 13-year-old Adam Toledo was killed by a police officer. The officer chased Toledo demanding he stops and put his hands up. Toledo dropped the gun he was carrying, stopped, and put his hands up. The officer murdered Toledo anyways. In Maryland, 16-year-old Payton …
 
128 Minutes Not Safe For Work To celebrate his 100th episode, Naturalist Capitalist host Reed Coverdale asked Pete, Ryan Dawson and Eric Jackman to come on the show and, essentially, see if he could get his YouTube account nuked. Naturalist Capitalist YouTube Channel ANCReport.com vid.ancreport.com Eric Jackman Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download T…
 
https://youtu.be/zvpOFgLcNto I joined forces with Joanne Leon of the “Around the Empire Podcast” to discuss the US State Department’s influence on the independent media. We also discuss the West’s narrative against China and Russia, nuance in foreign policy positions, the difficulty in discovering the Truth, my latest article at the Libertarian Ins…
 
Scott interviews Ray McGovern about America’s perilous foreign policy stance in Eastern Europe. Over the last few years, the U.S. has increasingly thrown its support behind Ukraine—and specifically the pro-Western, anti-Russian forces in that country. This policy has shown itself to be extremely dangerous, given Russia’s clear willingness to go to …
 
William Arkin discusses the changing nature of America’s military, specifically the way that operations have shifted away from traditional “boots on the ground” and toward drone strikes, special forces, civilian contractors and intelligence analysts. In fact, for every soldier on the ground in the Middle East today, Arkin estimates that there are a…
 
https://youtu.be/yHcyeJMd8lc It is best for all of us, in all countries of the world, to have each country and territorial area, and each of the individuals and fi rms within such areas, specialize in the production of what each is relatively most efficient at producing, and then selling those products in exchange for the most efficient products of…
 
Dan McKnight talks about the “Defend the Guard” movement, a set of bills that would mandate that a state’s national guard troops not be deployed overseas without an official declaration of war from congress. The legislation has sponsors in 31 states so far, and that number is growing. None of this, McKnight stresses, is a radical reinterpretation A…
 
https://youtu.be/lNgozxd0AB4 … since the State began to control education, its evident tendency has been more and more to act in such a manner as to promote repression and hindrance of education, rather than the true development of the individual. Its tendency has been for compulsion, for enforced equality at the lowest level, for the watering down…
 
On COI #97, Kyle breaks down Biden’s announcement that he will not withdraw US troops from Afghanistan by May 1st. The new plan is for US troops to leave the country by 9/11. However, even if US troops leave, 6,000 American contractors remain. The US will also maintain the ability to launch airstrikes in Afghanistan. While Biden is claiming he is e…
 
61 Minutes Some Strong Language Buck Johnson is the host of the Counterflow podcast, formerly Death to Tyrants. Buck joins Pete to talk about a comment made about the American Left at a Mises Institute event both attended this past weekend. The Counterflow Podcast Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Pete’s Patreon Pete’s Su…
 
Scott talks to Grant Smith about the upcoming Israel Lobby Con, the annual conference hosting a range of expert speakers who offer opposing views to the mainstream zionist position that dominates American polite society. This year's conference consists of two sessions, the first on Saturday 4/17 and the second on Saturday 4/24, and will be hosted o…
 
Interview #5,500! Scott talks to Gareth Porter about a range of U.S. foreign policy issues, beginning with the Biden administration's announcement that it will withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by September 11. To some extent, this is good news, but it obscures what the headline should be—that Biden has decided to break the Trump administration-…
 
https://youtu.be/J-Ftxh0l3goWhy should 535 people in Washington be entitled to issue commands to 300 million others? And why should the others obey? These questions, as I argue in the following pages, have no satisfactory answers.Prof. Michael HuemerThe Problem of Political Authority: An Examination of the Right to Coerce and the Duty to Obey, Pg. …
 
On COI #96, Kyle and Will are joined by Jose Galison, an active duty Air Force mechanic who decided to leave the military after 11 years enlisted. Jose talks about joining the Air Force, his journey into libertarianism and antiwar circles and why he became disillusioned with the service and US foreign policy more generally.His show, No Way Jose, ca…
 
49 MinutesPG-13Michael Korbel is the host of The Invictus Mind Podcast.Michael asked Pete to com on his show and discuss the current state of affairs in America especially when it comes to communicating with the masses.The Invictus MindGet Autonomy19 Skills PDF DownloadThe Monopoly On ViolencePete's PatreonPete's SubstackPete's Paypal Pete's Books …
 
https://youtu.be/teJdSDoAplUIn very few cases have these anti-interventionists favored literal “isolation”: what they have generally favored is political nonintervention in the affairs of other countries, coupled with economic and cultural internationalism in the sense of peaceful freedom of trade, investment, and interchange between the citizens o…
 
Scott interviews Ted Carpenter about America's dangerous Ukraine policy. Carpenter explains how ever since the Obama administration helped right-wing extremists in Western Ukraine overthrow the elected Russian-aligned government in 2014, the U.S. has been behaving as though it had the right to dictate policy all over Eastern Europe. Thus when Russi…
 
Jacob Sullum discusses the Biden administration's possible moves on gun control. Thanks to recent mass shootings, says Sullum, gun control is back in the public eye, resulting in some proposed new laws like background checks, increased "red flag" rules, an "assault weapons" ban and the reclassification of certain firearm accessories. Most of these …
 
Danny Sjursen talks about the absurdity of the recent announcement that America is sending special forces troops to Mozambique, a country that he says has basically no strategic relevance to the United States whatsoever. Those who argue that this is only a dozen operatives who will stay less than two months, he says, don't understand the way the U.…
 
https://youtu.be/DpRhnvw1vBYOnce concede the power of the people to consent as well as the natural law of “equal freedom from subjection,” and the logical consequence must be anarchism.Murray N. RothbardEconomic Th ought Before Adam Smith, p. 279Isaac Morehouse is the CEO of Crash, the career launch platform, and the founder of Praxis, a startup ap…
 
On COI #95, Kyle and Will update the progress of the negotiations between the US and Iran in Vienna, where the two sides are meeting for indirect talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal. While there have been some promising developments, public statements from the US have not inspired confidence in Biden's willingness to break with the aggressive pol…
 
46 MinutesPG-13"Etienne de la Boetie 2" has written a visual learning guide to help wake up those friends and relatives who need books with pictures.Pete asks Etienne to discuss his research into the institutional corruption in the US since the drawing up of the Constitution. He also give a top notch revealing of the corruption that has been widesp…
 
Scott interviews Hassan El-Tayyab from the Friends Committee on National Legislation about the effort to end the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. Although the Biden administration announced an end to support for "offensive operations" in Yemen, thanks to the Saudi blockade of the Hodedah port, the country is still experiencing the worst humanitarian c…
 
This last Friday, I joined Shaine Scalph of What's HAPAning for a marathon livestream. We discuss several topics, such as Biden's gun control measures, my recent feature article at the Libertarian Institute regarding the Chinese Uyghurs, the problem with civil libertarians, the case for libertarian optimism, podcast burnout, and the legality of vac…
 
https://youtu.be/OOucImdODmM... the existence of free will prevents us from conducting any controlled experiments; for people’s ideas and valuations are continually subject to change, and therefore nothing can be held constant. Murray N. RothbardEconomic Controversies, p. 18Lawrence W. Reed is the President emeritus of the Foundation for Economic E…
 
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