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Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 351.

I was a guest host for the Tom Woods Show, ep. 351 (released July 29, 2021) while he is out sick. Shownotes:

Guest host Stephan Kinsella talks to Shane Hazel about his growing awareness of liberty and Austrian economics while in the Marines in Iraq, his run for Senate on the Libertarian ticket in 2020 in Georgia and his role as “spoiler,” his future plans to run for Governor of Georgia, and his proposals to fix the broken criminal justice system.

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Lawrence Lepard’s 2008 Ron Paul Ads

Sent to me by Lawrence Lepard. He told me these ads cost about $80k each.  PDFs: USA Today ad; NYTimes ad.

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KOL350 | Pauls to the Wall with Gene Epstein and Kinsella

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Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 350.

While at FreedomFest 2021, Gene Epstein (of SOHO Forum) and I discussed intellectual property and other libertarian matters on the Pauls to the Wall podcast.

Recorded July 23, 2021; released July 25, 2021.

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Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 349.

Recorded July 13, 2021.

 

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Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 348.

I sat down with my friend Aaron Voisine, of BRD (formerly Breadwallet), to discuss how the average worker/saver would invest and save in a Bitcoin world. Would they hold some stocks? Real estate? Bonds? Or would they keep close to 100% of their savings in cash, as many bitcoiners seem to assume? And related issues. I doubt people would keep most of their savings in cash since they would chase higher returns and also diversify away from some risks unique to monetary assets. Voisine dissents. I have questions, not answers, while Voisine thinks he has answers.

Kinsella, Aaron Graham, Aaron Voisine, Juan Carpio, at Bitcoin 2021, Miami

Kinsella, Aaron Lasher, Aaron Voisine, Aaron Graham, Juan Carpio, chilling during Bitcoin 2021, Miami

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Taxing Astronauts and the President (2006)

From Mises Blog, July 12, 2006

Taxing Astronauts and the President

07/12/2006

Maybe some tax expert can set me straight on the following assumptions, but from what I can tell, federal income tax law technically should make it virtually impossible to have a space program and to have anyone but a billionaire as president. Bear with me. [continue reading…]

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Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 259-2.

Recorded Feb. 8, 2019.

On Feb. 8, 2019, I delivered a talk at the New Hampshire Liberty Forum in Manchester NH: KOL259 | “How To Think About Property”, New Hampshire Liberty Forum 2019. While there I was a guest on the Vin Armani and Dave Butler (of Vin and Dave’s Destination Unknown podcast) livestream of the Free State Project’s New Hampshire Liberty Forum, Day 1 — we discussed government versus the state, intellectual property, and related issues.

Youtube below. I left in the cool “New Hampshire” song on the video excerpt below, but trimmed most of it out for the podcast feed.

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Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 347.

My appearance on a new youtube channel, This Time I’m Curious (TTIC) with Jesse Munson, Episode 1 (recorded July 4, 2021).

We talked about a variety of topics — the history/evolution of libertarianism and my involvement in it, Ayn Rand, the Ron Paul movement, animal rights, AI consciousness and AI rights, artificial meat, quantum mechanics, UFO’s, music, movies, guilty Youtube pleasures, Objectivism, The Fountainhead, Kinsella’s place in the libertarian movement, alcohol addiction, etc.

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