Chase and Mike are joined by Mike's friend Xavier to talk about how the mainstream media just parrots whatever the government says, and what impact Adam Kokesh's recent arrest has for the liberty movement.
Here is a link to Adam Kokesh's 4th of July video:
Chase and Mike have a conversation with Stephanie Murphy of Porc Therapy podcast and Free Talk Live. The topics range from Armed Rebellion to personal issues like bisexuality, polyamory, virginity, dating, sex, porn, and much more.
Porc Therapy is a podcast that focuses on personal issues, and helping people to become more free in their personal lives. You can check out Stephanie's work here:
Hire Stephanie for all your voiceover needs here:
Chase and Mike discuss Adam Kokesh's plan to lead an civil disobedience march on Washington D.C, this July 4th. The demonstrators plan on carrying armed rifles into D.C. to protest the immoral gun laws, and to send a message that destroying the Second Amendment will not be tolerated.
Check out www.Adamvstheman.com for more information.
Being libertarian is difficult. People always think we're crazy, especially when we talk about how the government is immoral. They laugh at us when we display an open distrust for the mainstream media and for politicians. Whenever we talk about the FED or Bilderberg, they tell us to put our tinfoil hats on and they dismiss as as crazy conspiracy theorists.
Are we crazy? Is there something wrong with us?
Opening Clip: "V for Vendetta" - The chancellor's speech on controlling the people through fear.
Opening Song: "Crazy" by Gnarles Barkley
Closing Song: "Dirty Nightgown" by Dave Alvin
Check out this awesome video by Brett @ School Sucks Podcast
"Why Libertarianism is so Dangerous"
Mike interviews a prosecuting attorney about the legal issues surrounding the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombing. The government has not given the suspect his Maranda rights, and is now debating weather or not to consider this guy as an enemy combatant, completely skipping his due process as an American citizen. The guys discuss these issues, and many more.
This is a conspiracy theory free episode.
Chase's friend Mark joins us to talk about the different anarchist groups, such as anarcho-communists. The crew talks about bringing those groups together, and forming communes with like minded people.
On this episode, Chase and Mike are joined by Antigone Darling of Sex, Lies, and Anarchy podcast to discuss sexism, racism, jailbait, childhood, and why people get offended by silly comments. This show will probably offend people, but don't take it personally.
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Do women earn less than men?
You can hear more from Antigone at Sex, Lies, and Anarchy podcast:
Chase and Mike sit down with Dr. Walter Block, professor of economics at Loyola University in New Orleans. Walter talks about the myth of the market failure, and discusses how the free market does a much better job of dealing with environmental problems than the state does.
You can check out Dr. Block's work at
Here is the article by Murray Rothbard which Dr. Block refers to:
Buy his books, including "Defending the Undefendable" one of the first libertarian books I ever read.
Chase and Mike talk with Stephan Kinsella about the roots of the non-aggression principle (NAP), and ethics. Stephan is well known for his work with intellectual property laws, but few interviewers pick his brain about such deep topics as argumentative ethics.
You can find Stephan's concise guide to argumentative ethics here:
Find out more about the man and his work here:
And buy his book "Against Intellectual Property" at Amazon.com
The Opening song: "Right place, wrong time" by Dr. John