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Ferguson: A Libertarian View - August 22, 2014
Will Grigg describes and analyzes the shooting of Michael Brown and other recent events in Ferguson, Missouri.
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Learning How to Learn - August 21, 2014
Professor Henry Roediger, co-author of Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning, discusses what works and what doesn't work when it comes to remembering what you learn.
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Patents and Liberty - August 20, 2014
Stephan Kinsella, director of the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom and author of Against Intellectual Property, makes the libertarian case against patents.
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The Economic Picture Today - August 19, 2014
Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EcononmicPolicyJournal.com, discusses the housing market, the BRICs, and the economy at large.
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Set Money Free - August 18, 2014
Chris Rossini of EcononmicPolicyJournal.com and author of Set Money Free: What Every American Needs to Know About the Federal Reserve, talks about the whys and hows of opposing the Fed.
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Ron Paul: A Glimpse Behind the Scenes - August 15, 2014
Norm Singleton, legislative director for Congressman Paul, wraps up Ron Paul week by giving us a glimpse of life in the former congressman's office.
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Ron Paul Answers Your Questions - August 14, 2014
Ron Paul returns to the program to discuss Iraq, medicine, the value (or otherwise) of political action, and more. Check out his new venture, Voices of Liberty!
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Challenge Yourself - August 13, 2014
Steve Bierfeldt, former executive director of the Republican Party of Iowa (during the Ron Paul years), talks about saving money, budgeting, and how to travel for next to nothing. Check out Steve's Live Smart Not Hard site.
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Monetary Policy Matters - August 12, 2014
Paul-Martin Foss, Ron Paul's legislative assistant on monetary policy and executive director of the Carl Menger Center for the Study of Money and Banking, talks about the Fed and his experiences in Ron's office.
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What Is a Noninterventionist to Do? - August 11, 2014
Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity discusses ISIS, Iraq, airstrikes, and nonintervention.
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A Ron Paul Delegate's Story - August 08, 2014
Jeff Taylor of Dordt College, and author of Politics on a Human Scale, discusses his experiences as a Ron Paul delegate to the Republican National Convention in 2012.
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George W. Bush: Terrible President - August 07, 2014
Anthony Gregory of the Independent Institute reminds us, in the age of Obama, how terrible the president's predecessor was.
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The Tiny House Movement - August 06, 2014
Jay Shafer of Four Lights Houses and author of The Small House Book discusses the "tiny house" movement.
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A Curmudgeon's Dos and Don'ts - August 05, 2014
Charles Murray discusses his new book A Curmudgeon's Guide to Getting Ahead: Dos and Don'ts of Right Behavior, Tough Thinking, Clear Writing, and Living a Good Life.
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What Causes Banking Crises? - August 04, 2014
Charles Calomiris, a professor at Columbia Business School, joins Tom to discuss his new book Fragile by Design: The Political Origins of Banking Crises and Scarce Credit.
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World War I: The Legacy - August 01, 2014
Hunt Tooley, author of The Western Front: Battle Ground and Home Front in the First World War, on the lasting consequences of World War I.
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How World War I Changed America - July 31, 2014
Robert Higgs, economist and economic historian and author of Crisis and Leviathan: Critical Episods in the Growth of American Government, looks at the domestic consequences of World War I.
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Mind Your Own Business - July 30, 2014
David Henderson of Stanford University's Hoover Institution makes the case for a foreign policy of nonintervention.

Read his speech "An Economist's Case for a Noninterventionist Foreign Policy."
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World War I the Last Crusade? - July 29, 2014
Richard Gamble, author of The War for Righteousness: Progressive Christianity, the Great War, and the Rise of the Messianic Nation, talks about religion as a factor in World War I. And read Richard's article "Was World War I the Last Crusade?"
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The Start to World War I - July 28, 2014
Hunt Tooley, author of The Western Front: Battle Ground and Home Front in the First World War, discusses the factors that combined to produce World War I.
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