June 10, 2019
This episode is broadcast from a tiny little hotel room in Manhattan, with a guest appearing all the way from Kampala, Uganda. I had the pleasure of meeting Iga in January on my trip to Uganda, and now I'm catching up with everything that's been going on with Students for Liberty across Africa.
May 31, 2019
Christine recently took her 8 year old son out of public school and started homeschooling. I've heard a lot about this new way of teaching your kids that's growing quickly in popularity, and I wanted to find out more.
May 8, 2019
Zach Foster has been working with Libertarians in Cuba and Venezuela, to help them realize freedom in these countries controlled by socialist and communist police states. I can't really say much more without typing up the whole thing, so you're going...
April 10, 2019
Joseph Howe talks about the tipping culture in America in comparison with the minimum wage. Waiting is often looked down on as the bottom of the workforce, but they often pull in very high salaries when tips are factored in.
March 13, 2019
This episode is a recording of a live, online town hall. I'm Dan Taxation Is Theft Behrman and I'm running for President of the united States. I this town hall I'll be discussion some of the common objections to capitalism, where socialism is often expressed to be superior.
March 12, 2019
Who is Schaeffer Cox? He is a peaceful American activist who was wrongfully charged and is currently being held as a political prisoner in a prison designed for terrorists and accused of torture and other human rights violations.
March 7, 2019
Join me as I ask David William about his experience and expertise in dealing with the IRS when it comes to your paycheck. As it turns out, the burden of proof is on the IRS to prove that your income is taxable, and they can't just say "well it's income,...
March 4, 2019
Last week after talking to Cameron about his run in with the FBI, we had a great talk about history. We decided to do another show dedicate to that. Pilgrims, early American land ownership incentives and everything leading up to slavery, and how that compared to the Slavery we hear about in Africa.
March 1, 2019
Clayton Hunt is back, and we talk about everything pop culture. Some followups to Alex Jones on the Joe Rogan show and of course freedom i n general. Check out Clayton's website TheOnlyRealLibertarian.com and take the test to see if you're a real libertarian.
February 28, 2019
Is it possible to drive without a license? There are a lot of theories to this and many will claim it's only a conspiracy theory. But there are many people including tonight's guest who have had plenty of success in driving without a license.
February 25, 2019
Cameron Hernandez was on his way to school, when he was bombarded by FBI agents and local police. They were there to confront him about a social media post. This is a real threat to freedom of speech.
February 20, 2019
My presidential opponent Vermin Supreme was on my show. You'll get to see both the comical and serious side of Vermin. Is he someone you can trust? Does he really believe in free ponies and mandatory tooth brushing? Or is this all just a ruse? Does he...
February 18, 2019
Tonight I talked IP with Luke Henderson. We discussed a lot of topics from brand and copyright infringement, copying music, pirating movies and software, contractual obligations and government protected monopolies.
February 14, 2019
In this episode I talked with JC, a member of the Libertarian Party Audacious Caucus. We got an earful of Sir Williamson Weldham the III, former libertarian, what it's like to have an Aud Cauc, and found out more about the Thin Blue Liberation Army.
February 10, 2019
On this episode, we hosted the second Libertarian presidential debate for 2020. It was moderated by Kerry McKennon
February 7, 2019
In this episode I interviewed Karim Elsayed about Islam. We talked in great detail about what some of the most fear invoking concepts mean. It's easy to take any idea and distort it through propaganda, especially when hollywood decides to get in on propagating...
February 4, 2019
I continue to see a lot of people disputing the merits of Muslims, whether they are to be trusted or feared. Many people cite positions in the Quran that seem to incite violence among its followers. I tend to believe that this is a very small minority.
January 11, 2019
This is a syndicated broadcast of an event hosted by the Ask A Libertarian FaceBook page: https://www.facebook.com/askalibertarian This is a recording of a 1 hour livestream where I answered viewers questions about healthcare, border walls, drug policy, and libertarianism in general.
January 4, 2019
In today's episode I talked with Elizabeth Janicke, a young libertarian who recently got involved with the party. We talked a lot about how she was raised and how she fell into the libertarian philosophy, and put her to the test against some statist trolls in the comments.
December 28, 2018
Matthew Short is a long time activist, who has fought hard for gun rights in Texas. He is the PR director for Don't Comply and works closely with many other activist groups. In this episode we talked about Don't Comply and their current project...
December 26, 2018
Brian Ellison has been getting a lot of attention lately with his efforts to expose corruption and violence within the Royal Oak Police Department. He has been arrested twice for standing up for the rights of others, and exercising his right to free speech.
December 21, 2018
On tonight's episode I interviews Thomas Walls, the Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Free Republic of Liberland. I had heard of micronations in the past, but most of them were very abstract - some were isolationists, others were lawless and unproductive,...
December 19, 2018
In this episode I talked with Clayton Hunt, who has an exciting opportunity with a special election for the Texas House of Representatives. We talked a great deal about different ways to get libertarian and anarchist philosophies out to people, including...
December 15, 2018
In this episode I interviewed Stéphane Geyres, Founder of the French Libertarian Movement. We talked in great detail about the recent protests and riots in France, and the new taxes and tyranny that led up to it.
December 13, 2018
On this episode I talked to Jason Bassler, Co-founder of The Free Thought Project, Founder of Police The Police and Founder of V Is For Voluntary. We talked a lot about recent events in social media censorship, leading to the complete removal of many of his social properties.
- Ig Ronald on Students For Liberty Uganda
- A newly converted homeschool mom tells her story
- Venezuela - The Real Story - Zach Foster from Mises Mambi
- Minimum wage and tipping
- Townhall March 12, 2019 with Dan Taxation Is Theft Behrman
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- Willful failure to file is NOT the crime you think it is!
- The spirit of liberty is alive and well in Uganda
- TSA and the Government Shutdown
- Native American Vietnam Veteran Intimidated by MAGA Wearing Teens
- TSA Calls in sick - No crimes on planes