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Ep. 1921 Rapper Zuby on Race, Politics, and Music
Nzube Udezue, popularly known as Zuby, first came to my attention because of his excellent Twitter commentary on COVID that he'd been writing for his 420,000+ followers. Turns out he's fascinating and great on everything. Born in England, he spent much of his youth in Saudi Arabia, and began making music while a student at Oxford. Here's how much we had to talk about: we didn't even get to COVID, which must be a record for the Tom Woods Show. Sponsor: Press House Coffee: Take 20% off your first order when you use promo code WOODS at
Ep. 1920 What the State Is, Minus the Cutesy Myths
We've been raised to think of the state as a social service agency, or as the institution through which we govern ourselves, or any of a variety of comforting myths about what the state really is. In this episode we drop the cutesy propaganda and get down to reality.
Ep. 1919 Corruption in the Libertarian Party
To make a long story short: with the apparent blessing of the chair of the national party, the chair of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire purged her executive committee, replaced it largely with people who had been defeated at the previous convention, and absconded with the social media accounts and donor data. Even if you don't agree with people, you don't/can't do this, and of course it only shows that opposition to the status quo in the party has grown so strong that only by cheating can they cope with it. Caryn Ann Harlos, secretary of the Libertarian National Committee, joins me to discuss what's going on.
Ep. 1918 Novice Investment Questions and Other Topics with Mark Skousen
Mark Skousen has published a successful investment newsletter, Forecasts & Strategies, for over 40 years. I ask him the kind of questions I myself want answered, and then we move on to (if you can believe it) some good news.
Ep. 1917 Libertarians Who Stink on Lockdowns, and Other Topics with James Delingpole
In this episode I review the COVID craziness with the UK's James Delingpole. We also discuss where certain libertarians might have done a teensy bit better on this issue, and a bunch of other things. This episode is taken from my appearance on , the podcast of James Delingpole.
Ep. 1916 The 1790s: The Battle Lines Are Drawn in U.S. History
Marco Bassani joins us again to discuss the two competing theories of what the United States is/are/was/were, and why this matters to us even today. Sponsor: Save yourself the time and hassle of going to the Post Office, and get discounts on postage, with . Get a four-week free trial plus free postage and a digital scale when you go to Stamps.com, click on the microphone at the top right of the screen, and type code WOODS.
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a great interviewer. His deep curiosity
allows him to converse with a wide range
of thoughtful guests from around the
world. I have learned much Tom. Thanks.
Tom is the answer for 2021
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