In this episode, I am joined by Joe Bishop-Henchman who is currently serving on the Libertarian National Committee and is seeking to be elected Chair. We talk about why he is seeking this position and we talk about his goals for the party.
In this episode I speak with Vermin Supreme. We talk about some of the origins of his satirical platform planks. We talk about what a Vermin Supreme presidency would look like. We talk about anarchists working within the Libertarian Party.
In this episode, I am joined by Eric Mulder vice chair of the Libertarian Party of Colorado. We discuss his run for RTD in Colorado. We talk about his previous run for Sheriff and we talk about the militarization of the police.
In this episode Spike Cohen joins me to talk about his run as Vermin Supreme’s running mate for the Libertarian Party nomination for President and Vice President. We talk about Libertarian messaging. We talk about some really bad messaging. We talk about capitalism. We talk about worker co-ops. We talk about rent. We talk about why should should vote for Vermin Supreme and Spike Cohen in 2020!
In this episode, I am joined by Larry Sharpe to talk about his new podcast The Sharpe Way and his run for the nomination of Vice-President alongside his running mate Judge Jim Gray for the Libertarian Party. We discuss recruitment strategy to pull from Bernie Sanders supporters. We talk Libertarian answers to issues that matter to the left and we talk about growing the Libertarian Party as a big tent anti-authoritarian coalition.
In this episode I am joined by John Hudak, co-founder and lead admin of the Facebook page Fakertarians. We talk about his time working within the Mises Caucus to prevent alt-right entryists from coming into the Mises Caucus and how the culture of the Caucus shifted and became more accepting of outright racists and neo-fascists. We talk about how some various “comedians” and podcasters have been pandering to the alt-right and how many right-libertarians have taken the mask off and exposed their racism. We talk about Ron Paul and the paleolibertarian movement attempting to fuse libertarianism with paleoconservative. We talk about how the Mises Caucus allows the alt-right to join their caucus as long at they do not reveal their power level. We talk about some embarrassing positions we both held in the past. We talk about some more right-libertarian “thinkers” and their ties to various alt-right people. We talk about some shit positions many right-libertarians hold and I try to get John to read Kropotkin.
In this episode, I am joined again by Mike Shipley, candidate for chair of the Libertarian Party. We talk about his goals for running for chair. We talk about the party elites and their wanting to maintain the party as a debate club. We talk about recruiting disenfranchised Bernie supporters. We talk about #BottomUnity. We talk about what TV shows we are watching and games we are playing to spend our time during this Covid-19 quarantine. We talk about Gretchen Whitmer banning me from buying seeds (mail me seeds please).
In this episode, I am joined by Mark Whitney who is seeking the nomination of the Libertarian Party for President. We talk about what got him to decide to run for president. We talk about how he came to study the law after being incarcerated. We talk about how our privacy is under attack by the government. We talk about private censorship of big tech companies. And we talk about his plans to “make Trump his bitch”.
In this episode, I am joined by Jedi Hill to discuss his campaign for for the Libertarian Party nomination for president. We talk about his plan for a world harmony treaty ensuring the rights of the people of the world. We talk about big tech and how corporations are building a massive surveillance state. We talk about the power corporations have over society. We talk about healthcare. We talk about the war between the haves and the have nots. We talk about property and landlordism and we talk about capitalism being built on slavery.
In this episode, I am joined by Mike Shipley who is running for Libertarian National Committee Chair. We discuss his qualifications to be chair through his history being involved in many caucuses and committees within the Libertarian Party, as well as his experience chairing meetings. We talk about parliamentary procedure. We talk about what it is that the chair’s job actually is. We talk about the differences between the way right and left-libertarians speak about issues and how the language we all use causes division. We also talk about the LP Platforms and how we have both helped mold our state party’s platforms. If you would like to donate to Mike’s campaign here are some ways you can do that: