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Ep. 2274 A Bull and a Bear Have a Civil Discussion -- and You'll Learn a Lot
Well, here's a novel thing: a civil discussion between people who disagree! Mark Skousen, who leans bullish, and Jon Wolfenbarger, who leans bearish, make their respective cases for where the economy is now and where it's likely to go, and what the best moves for investors in such a climate are. Sponsor: Movies Plus: Get 20% off an annual subscription when you use promo code WOODS at
Ep. 2273 The Virginia Dynasty: When Jeffersonians Ruled
Kevin Gutzman, author of the new book The Jeffersonians, talks Madison, Monroe, and the Constitution (and the key person who undermined it).
Ep. 2272 How to Win in a Blue State
Ali Rak has accumulated about 20 legislative victories, whether getting bad bills defeated or good ones passed, all while living in a blue county in a blue state. She shares specific tools and strategies that she uses, that can be replicated in other states.
Ep. 2271 Striking Back at Propaganda Aimed at Children
Connor Boyack discusses his efforts to strike down laws that restrict entrepreneurial activity by children (we've all heard of lemonade stands being shut down) and to encourage children to think and act entrepreneurially. Plus, how to build a successful counteroffensive to all the propaganda aimed at children these days. Sponsor: Omaha Steaks, where the Woods family has ordered so much delicious food over the years, is taking 55% off customer favorites right now, but as a Tom Woods Show listener you can take an additional $30 off your order (minimum order may be required) when you use code WOODS at
Ep. 2270 The Gilded Age and the "Robber Barons"
Tom talks to Germinal G. Van about the period of American history that historians treat cartoonishly, with wicked businessmen allegedly exploiting everyone.
Ep. 2269 The Effects of Lockdowns on Society
Last year an anonymous group of well-known filmmakers decided to embark on a crucially important project: documenting the truth about the Covid lockdowns: the data, the human stories, all of it. Hawk Jensen -- one person who decided not to remain anonymous -- directed the project, and he and I have an excellent discussion about it. Tickets for Premiere: Help the Project:
The term “conspiracy theorist” immediately makes me think the person is wide awake and visionary.
I’m surprised Micheal Rectenwald dismisses the plandemic theory of Covid. Otherwise a great discussion as always.
I can vouch for this. Tom never curses when he sings.