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Being Fooled By Politicians (repeat)

Politicians speak words without meaning. They lead you to believe what they want you to believe. Continue reading

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0235 pc172 Poison at the Water Hole

Today Baggy caught her first mouse, and Ben talks about negotiating with thieves and compromising with liars. Continue reading

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0213 pc150 Being Fooled by Politicians

Politicians speak words without meaning. They lead you to believe what they want you to believe. Continue reading

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0182 pc119 Consistent Libertarianism and Ron Paul’s Bubble

Is the liberty movement a blend of consistent libertarian theory and inconsistent libertarians, wrapped in a giant Ron Paul boom cycle. Continue reading

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0130 pc67 Five Short Articles on Liberty

The podcast today features five articles from our archives including the very first article published on Bad Quaker Dot Com.
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One Difference Between Conservative, Liberal, and Libertarian

These are confusing times for label makers and label takers. In the 1980’s defining a conservative or a liberal seemed fairly easy. All one had to do was point at Ronald Reagan and ask, “Love him or hate him?” Not … Continue reading

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