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Welcome home!



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Jim Jesus

Jeremy Henggeler

Mott "t3hsauce" Precherd

Nick Hazelton the Anarcho-yakitalist

Steve Miller-Miller

Seamus Coughlan

Jim Babb

James Weeks II

David Lukehart

The Lolberts The Lolberts

    • Comedy
    • 4.8, 6 Ratings

Tired of libertarian content ran by megalomaniacs and cartoon cringelords?

Want a show that doesn't mind eating its own when they deserved to be devoured?

Do want a bit more sarcasm and satire?



Welcome home!



Co-hosts include:



Jim Jesus

Jeremy Henggeler

Mott "t3hsauce" Precherd

Nick Hazelton the Anarcho-yakitalist

Steve Miller-Miller

Seamus Coughlan

Jim Babb

James Weeks II

David Lukehart

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

WizardBiscuits ,

This podcast is more riveting than Jeffrey Tucker's inevitable Emoji Movie review

Herein lies the true genius of the film: Gene's decision to finally embrace full freedom of expression against the dreary, stratified, and ossified world around him is a wonderful and charming personification of the resilient market spirit at work in our own world that continues to amaze us every day. Whether it's pioneers of the sharing economy like Uber and Lyft upending the dusty, old taxi licensing cartels, or the stunning new arena of cryptocurrency laying the foundation for a freer human future all the time, we can witness the ongoing revolution everywhere we look. That a movie about something as seemingly trivial as emojis can so poignantly evoke this very same spirit of questioning against the old-fashioned, top-down control of society is nothing short of astonishing. Go see this beautiful film.

M C D O N A L D S

Clyax113 ,

"The Lolberts. That's OUR word!" The most fun the FCC can allow!

Watch as this alcholic, hot-sauce fanatic, libertarian discusses the pitfalls of statism and taking moral-political stands as he takes a moral-political stand against fascism, communism, and public infrastructure. This is not for the faint of heart as this podcast has cursing and a lack of non-arguments. Another warning for those interested is *gasp* he doesn't like the N.A.P.! Overall thought-provoking and hilarious podcast with equally thought-provoking and hilarious guests, but it only gets four out of five stars because, as he's a libertarian, I'm surprised at his lack of intolerance.

David-MN ,

The classic American tale.

What can I say? Clearly more than the story of a lost weekend for a teenager kicked out of boarding school.

The juxtoposition is perfect. Our protagonist insists on acting like an adult smoking and drinking but refuses the actual barriers of adulthood demonstrated by hiding his expulsion and refusing to sleep with a prostitute. Who hasn't wanted to walk away from adolescent pressures and the unflinching demands of adults?

Best of all our protagonist is adept at alerting us to the "phonies" he sees all around him. The listener immediately agrees with the obviousness of the claims and can immediately likewise dismiss said phonies.

It's a window into the tortured soul of the teen. Teachers looking to rape you, friends disgusting you, idiotic siblings, etc. The pressure to defoo is gargantuan.

All in all I am left with more questions than answers. Are we being told a story by a close confidant or is young Holden actually giving his asylum admission? It seems that not knowing is the only cold comfort.

Clearly a masterpiece that will continue to live misunderstood.

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