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Patrick MacFarlane on Liberty and the Law

08/22/2018


Patrick MacFarlane of LibertyWeekly.net joins us to discuss his podcast on libertarian legal theory. Today we look at his work on the Supreme Court’s Masterpiece cake ruling and on the entrapment defense in the FBI’s Muslim patsy cases.

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Interview 1379 – Patrick MacFarlane on Liberty and the Law

08/21/201823 Comments

Patrick MacFarlane of LibertyWeekly.net joins us to discuss his podcast on libertarian legal theory. Today we look at his work on the Supreme Court’s Masterpiece cake ruling and on the entrapment defense in the FBI’s Muslim patsy cases.

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Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” – FLNWO #22

12/15/20142 Comments

On this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order we are joined by Roderick Long of the Austro-Athenian Empire blog to discuss Charles Dickens’ classic, “A Christmas Carol.” Is Ebeneezer Scrooge a model of the modern libertarian, or is this image a distortion of what it means to be libertarian? Join us for this very philosophical examination of the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future.

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Interview 875 – The BFP Roundtable Debates Anarchy, Socialism and Libertarianism

05/03/20140 Comments

What is anarchy, anyway, and why would anyone want it? Is our political potential circumscribed by “human nature” or is “human nature” an artificial construct designed merely to reinforce the status quo? And who will scrub the toilets in an anarchist society? Tune in to this heated edition of the BFP Roundtable for the answers to these questions and many more.

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#QFC – Are Cancer Rates Rising?

01/20/20140 Comments

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Are cancer rates rising? – Questions For Corbett #013

01/19/20140 Comments

In this edition of the Questions For Corbett series, James tackles your queries on the Sunni-Shia myth, the April 6th movement, neoliberalism vs. libertarianism, cancer rates, self-publishing, the IPCC and much more. We also hear from a listener who has started implementing solutions in his own life and talk about ways of supporting this research.

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Corbett Report Radio 092 – Intellectual Property and Internet Censorship

03/20/2012

As copyright law becomes the battleground upon which internet censorship is fought, it is increasingly important to understand what copyright is, where it comes from, and where it’s going. Tonight on the program we explore the intellectual property paradigm and explore the libertarian fight against the ownership of ideas.

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Episode 219 – Three Debates That Will Blow Your Mind

02/25/2012

Debates help us to better understand what it is we believe and why we believe it. Occasionally, they even change our minds. Join us today on The Corbett Report podcast as we explore three debates that will make you think.

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Corbett Report Radio 075 – Anarcho-Libertarianism with Walter Block

02/23/2012

Tonight we talk to Dr. Walter Block, Professor of Economics at Loyola University and Senior Fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. We discuss positive and negative rights, blackmail, abortion, anarchism, and a host of other contentious issues in this wide-ranging philosophical edition of the broadcast.

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Interview 465 – Bill Still Runs for President

02/22/2012

Bill Still, the author and documentary filmmaker behind such films as The Secret of Oz, joins us to discuss his bid for the presidential nomination for the Libertarian Party in 2012. We discuss the main planks of his platform and how interested libertarians can support his campaign.

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