Tag: political philosophy

Interview 530 - Deadline Headlines with Jack Blood

08/06/2012

Jack Blood of DeadlineLive.info joins us to discuss some of the latest stories he's covering, including the moves toward bringing the weather manipulation agenda into the open, Rand Paul's moves to shut down alternative journalism at the Senate, and the latest on the terrorist "rebels" in Syria. We also discuss political philosophy and what type of system Jack wants to see take the place of the current mess.

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Meet Alexander Hamilton (Video)

07/16/2012

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Episode 235 - Meet Alexander Hamilton

07/16/2012

An illegitimate child born in the West Indies, Alexander Hamilton was an unlikely choice to be a founding father of the American Republic. Still, a founding father he was and he did his best to leave his mark on the fledgling American nation. Meet Alexander Hamilton, advocate of debt, central banking, corporate welfare, an elected king, a standing army, and a tyrannical central government.

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Interview 518 - Political Philosophy with Tom Secker

06/21/2012

Tom Secker of InvestigatingTheTerror.com joins us for a wide-ranging conversation on political philosophy. We discuss disagreements with and reservations about alternative political movements from UKIP to the Ron Paul phenomenon before talking about a stateless society and the possibilities of anarcho-socialism.

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Corbett Report Radio 154 - Can We Just Grow Up Yet?

06/14/2012

When we were political children we talked like children, we thought like children, we reasoned like children. When we became men, we put childish ways behind us. Join us tonight on Corbett Report Radio for James' take on the Rand Paul endorsement of Romney and what this means for the liberty movement.

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Corbett Report Radio 119 - Your Slavery is Over! (If You Want It)

04/26/2012

On tonight's broadcast James explores the question of freedom versus slavery. The signs of the police state control grid are everywhere, but does this mean we are already enslaved? If so, then what does it mean to be free? What if freedom was nothing more than a choice that we make each and every day to assert our cognitive independence? Find out more in tonight's edition of Corbett Report Radio.

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Interview 474 - The Anti-Authoritarian Mind with Dr. Bruce Levine

03/07/2012

Dr. Bruce Levine is a practicing clinical psychologist and an author, speaker and educator about the ways that society, culture, politics and psychology intersect. Often at odds with the mainstream of his profession, his writing has appeared in numerous online publications and he is the author of numerous books including Get Up, Stand Up: Uniting Populists, Energizing the Defeated, and Battling the Corporate Elite. Today he joins us to discuss the pathologization of anti-authoritarianism and how mainstream psychology attempts to limit the boundaries of "acceptable" political dissent. We also discuss the learned helplessness and pessimism of the anti-authoritarian mindset and how critical thinking can help people overcome their hopelessness and begin to effect change.

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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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Episode 218 - Philosophy of Freedom: The Magna Carta

02/18/2012

In this age of the destruction of our long tradition of western jurisprudence, it is a document that everyone has heard of but very few have read. The Magna Carta was written nearly 800 years ago, yet still has a profound influence on our thinking about law and government. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we rediscover the tradition of liberties and freedoms affirmed in this ancient agreement.

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