10 episodes

Liberty doesn't come naturally to us. The human heart naturally tends toward oppression; either to oppress or be oppressed. Yet, by God's grace He has provided a spark of liberty in His people. At the Liberty Cafe, we take a look at the dividing line between liberty and oppression, which is often missed in our fallen world.

The Liberty Caf‪é‬ Bill Peacock

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Liberty doesn't come naturally to us. The human heart naturally tends toward oppression; either to oppress or be oppressed. Yet, by God's grace He has provided a spark of liberty in His people. At the Liberty Cafe, we take a look at the dividing line between liberty and oppression, which is often missed in our fallen world.

    Episode 91: Will Trump Be Indicted? Why Christians Should Care

    Episode 91: Will Trump Be Indicted? Why Christians Should Care

    Will President Donald J. Trump be indicted? On this week’s Liberty Cafe, we examine the evidence to help understand what Democrats and the secular left are up to and discuss why Christians should be concerned about where this is going.

    • 24 min
    Episode 90: Biblical Care of the Earth and People–A Conversation with Cal Beisner

    Episode 90: Biblical Care of the Earth and People–A Conversation with Cal Beisner

    Too many conservatives and evangelicals have given into the false allure of socialism to fix our problems. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance explains how a biblical perspective on economics and public policy provides better outcomes for people and the planet.

    • 50 min
    Episode 89: Why Texans are Paying More for Less Reliable Electricity

    Episode 89: Why Texans are Paying More for Less Reliable Electricity

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    Texans’ electricity bills are skyrocketing. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, we examine how Texas politicians’ refusal to end renewable energy subsidies is increasing the price of electricity while reducing the reliability of the grid.

    • 17 min
    Episode 88: What the Texas Legislature Should Do with the Budget Surplus

    Episode 88: What the Texas Legislature Should Do with the Budget Surplus

    Texas is projected to have a budget surplus of $27 billion next year. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, we look at how some politicians want to spend it, and how they should spend it: on eliminating property taxes.

    • 22 min
    Episode 87: Experts, Government, and God

    Episode 87: Experts, Government, and God

    Experts seem to rule the world today. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, we look at how experts and government are taking the place of God in the debates over culture and policy.

    • 31 min
    Episode 86: Playing Politics with the Texas Electricity Market

    Episode 86: Playing Politics with the Texas Electricity Market

    Texas politicians are playing politics with the reliability of the Texas grid. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, we discuss how state leaders are covering up their support for renewable energy by making our electricity more expensive.

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Michael Houck ,

Insightful & Practical

I worked with Bill years ago when he was with the TPPF in a legislative related capacity. I thought highly of him then and it’s great to hear him currently still promoting the cause of individual liberty, self reliance and economic opportunity. Funny how that message is a practical application of what I find in scripture. Way to go Bill!

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