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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.
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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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Organized Crime - July 25, 2014
Tom DiLorenzo discusses his book Organized Crime: The Unvarnished Truth About Government.
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Austrian Potpourri - July 24, 2014
Joseph Salerno, director of the graduate program in economics at Pace University, academic vice president of the Mises Institute, and author of Money: Sound and Unsound, joins Tom to cover a wide variety of Austrian ground.
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Spreading Liberty - July 23, 2014
John Papola of EconStories.tv on his multimedia approach to spreading Austrian economics and liberty.
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A Judge Against the Drug War? - July 22, 2014
Judge Jim Gray talks about how his professional experience turned him against the drug war.
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How Government Can Grab Your Stuff - July 21, 2014
Eapen Thampy of Americans for Forfeiture Reform talks about asset forfeiture.
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Ralph Nader on Left and Right - July 18, 2014
Ralph Nader joins Tom to discuss his new book Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State.
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Is Administrative Law Unlawful? - July 17, 2014
Philip Hamburger of Columbia Law School discusses his new book, Is Administrative Law Unlawful?
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"Social Justice" and Christianity - July 16, 2014
Jason Jewell discusses the libertarian case he makes in an edited volume called Christian Faith and Social Justice: Five Views.
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The Fed and the Taper - July 15, 2014
Bob Murphy joins Tom to discuss a recent Fed announcement, and the problems the Fed has created for itself since the financial crisis.
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The Simpsons and Economics - July 14, 2014
Tom talks to Prof. Joshua Hall, editor of Homer Economicus: The Simpsons and Economics.
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The Alleged Failure of Austerity, Plus the Ex-Im Bank - July 11, 2014
Veronique de Rugy joins Tom (1) to make the case for the Export-Import Bank, and (2) to discuss the controversy over "austerity."
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Secession, the South, and the Modern State - July 10, 2014
The Abbeville Institute's Donald Livingston, professor emeritus at Emory University, joins Tom to discuss secession and the southern tradition.
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Talking to C-SPAN - July 09, 2014
Tom shares an interview with C-SPAN about his book Rollback.
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Richard Nixon: An Insider's Account - July 08, 2014
Pat Buchanan returns to the show to discuss The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose from Defeat to Create the New Majority.
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Affordable Healthcare in the Age of Obamacare - July 07, 2014
Sean Parnell, author of The Self-Pay Patient, joins Tom.
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Pirates, Somalia, Anarchy, and More - July 03, 2014
Pete Leeson of George Mason University discusses his new book Anarchy Unbound: Why Self-Governance Works Better Than You Think (Cambridge University Press, 2014).
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Market Medicine - July 02, 2014
Charles Sauer of the Free Market Medical Association talks markets and health care.
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State of the Nullification Movement - July 01, 2014
Michael Boldin of the Tenth Amendment Center returns for an update on nullification initiatives, plus his anti-NSA work with Greenpeace. Check out his new report, "The State of the Nullification Movement 2014."
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