The Tom Woods Show

Synopsis

Join New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods for your daily serving of liberty education! Guests include Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, David Stockman, and hundreds more, with topics like war, the Federal Reserve, net neutrality, the FDA, Austrian economics, and many other subjects of interest to libertarians. Join us!

Episodes

  • Ep. 1643 Libertarians and the Shutdown, and 100 Other Things

    Ep. 1643 Libertarians and the Shutdown, and 100 Other Things

    02/05/2020 Duration: 01h10min

    In this potpourri episode I discuss the COVID economy, the role of the Libertarian Party, what our position on the shutdown should be, how to pitch libertarianism to the left, my advice to budding historians, and a lot more. Today's episode is drawn from my appearance on Decentralized Revolution, the podcast of the Libertarian Party's Mises Caucus.

  • Ep. 1642 How the Shutdown Affects Business Owners

    Ep. 1642 How the Shutdown Affects Business Owners

    01/05/2020 Duration: 27min

    Steven Nekhaila, who chairs the Libertarian Party of Florida, owns multiple businesses, and he joins me to discuss how the shutdown has been affecting business owners.

  • Ep. 1641 Ron Paulian Poised to Become U.S. Congressman?

    Ep. 1641 Ron Paulian Poised to Become U.S. Congressman?

    30/04/2020 Duration: 34min

    Matt Gurtler became politically aware during the 2008 Ron Paul presidential campaign, for which he volunteered, and is currently a state representative in Georgia. With an open U.S. congressional seat in his district and the endorsement of Thomas Massie, he has an excellent opportunity to add another voice of sanity to the U.S. Congress. We discuss life as a state rep, his campaign, his stance on the lockdowns, and more.

  • Ep. 1640 Michael Malice on the North Korean Succession

    Ep. 1640 Michael Malice on the North Korean Succession

    29/04/2020 Duration: 37min

    There's been speculation in the media about the health and whereabouts of North Korea's Kim Jong Il. This, in turn, has led some people to speculate about who might succeed him. Michael Malice joins us to correct the record.

  • Ep. 1639 Protesting the Stay-at-Home Orders

    Ep. 1639 Protesting the Stay-at-Home Orders

    28/04/2020 Duration: 31min

    Angela McArdle joins me to discuss the protest she's organizing in Los Angeles -- May 1, 2020, at 1:00pm near City Hall -- against the stay-at-home orders. People who protest these orders have been called every name in the book by respectable opinion, so I give Angela an opportunity to make the case.

  • Ep. 1638 Ban Homeschooling, Says Harvard Law Prof

    Ep. 1638 Ban Homeschooling, Says Harvard Law Prof

    25/04/2020 Duration: 30min

    Elizabeth Bartholet of Harvard Law School says homeschooling should be banned with very rare exceptions that parents would have to justify with overwhelming evidence. Her reasons are many, but one of them in particular is especially sinister.

  • Ep. 1637 What the Mediocre Joe Biden Represents

    Ep. 1637 What the Mediocre Joe Biden Represents

    23/04/2020 Duration: 34min

    In the midst of the pandemic Joe Biden has become invisible, even more of a nonentity than usual. Dan McCarthy has an intriguing take on what the mediocre, uninspiring Biden truly represents.

  • Ep. 1636 The Ignored Questions of COVID-19

    Ep. 1636 The Ignored Questions of COVID-19

    22/04/2020 Duration: 27min

    In this episode I cover a lot of ground, albeit a bit haphazardly: the unintended consequences of "lockdown," the superstitious reverence for "scientists" (who, contrary to popular belief, are not in fact qualified to answer all questions), what's really happening in the hospitals, the social repercussions, and more.

  • Ep. 1635 Ten Years of Nullification

    Ep. 1635 Ten Years of Nullification

    21/04/2020 Duration: 32min

    It's been ten years since my book Nullification was published, so it's an appropriate moment for a retrospective on how during that time the states have pushed back against various federal intrusions. The Tenth Amendment Center's Michael Boldin joins me.

  • Ep. 1634 J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis: The Friendship

    Ep. 1634 J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis: The Friendship

    18/04/2020 Duration: 40min

    Brad Birzer joins me to discuss J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, their friendship, and its inspiration for his latest project, which will knock your socks off.

  • Ep. 1633 Trump, the Governors, and the Constitution

    Ep. 1633 Trump, the Governors, and the Constitution

    17/04/2020 Duration: 25min

    The President and the governors of numerous states have been in a war of words over who has the authority to reopen the country in the wake of the virus. We've even heard governors talking about the Tenth Amendment, which is quite a novelty for them. I sort the whole thing out in today's episode.

  • Ep. 1632 The U.S. Warfare State and the Heroes Who Opposed It

    Ep. 1632 The U.S. Warfare State and the Heroes Who Opposed It

    16/04/2020 Duration: 32min

    Quite a diverse array of voices have spoken out against the U.S. war machine over the past two centuries, and in today's episode we discuss a bunch of them.

  • Ep. 1631 What the Governors Should Do Now

    Ep. 1631 What the Governors Should Do Now

    15/04/2020 Duration: 42min

    Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute joins me to review the specific steps the state governors should take right now to restore normal life in the United States.

  • Ep. 1630 Dissident Virus Voices

    Ep. 1630 Dissident Virus Voices

    14/04/2020 Duration: 44min

    Brett Veinotte of invited me onto his podcast to talk coronavirus, lockdowns, and frustration -- and hope.

  • Ep. 1629 Kinsella on the Coronavirus, His Road to Libertarianism, and the Good and Bad in Ayn Rand

    Ep. 1629 Kinsella on the Coronavirus, His Road to Libertarianism, and the Good and Bad in Ayn Rand

    09/04/2020 Duration: 47min

    Libertarian legal theorist Stephan Kinsella and I discuss his road to libertarianism (of the Rothbardian kind), where he thinks we need more work, the rights and wrongs of Ayn Rand, and more. And yes, some discussion of the virus....

  • Ep. 1628 Is the Coronavirus a Libertarian Moment?

    Ep. 1628 Is the Coronavirus a Libertarian Moment?

    08/04/2020 Duration: 37min

    Finance professor Murray Sabrin thinks so. Murray is convinced that libertarians in fact have an excellent opportunity to lay bare the problems with the state.

  • Ep. 1627 Lockdowns vs. Human Flourishing: Is There Another Approach?

    Ep. 1627 Lockdowns vs. Human Flourishing: Is There Another Approach?

    07/04/2020 Duration: 42min

    Alex Epstein returns to discuss the coronavirus response, what sensible practices we ought to adopt, and why mere biological life is not enough.

  • Ep. 1626 Whats Wrong With American Health Care?

    Ep. 1626 What's Wrong With American Health Care?

    04/04/2020 Duration: 28min

    Anthony Welti, candidate for Washington state insurance commissioner, joins us to discuss the libertarian insights that reveal what's wrong with American health care.

  • Ep. 1625 The Woods Controversies Revisited

    Ep. 1625 The Woods Controversies Revisited

    03/04/2020 Duration: 45min

    With the insightful -- and to my mind hilarious -- Roger McCaffrey, I review the fun controversies surrounding some of my most successful books. We also discuss libertarianism and the appeal it should have to conservatives, my conversion to Catholicism, and more.

  • Ep. 1624 Non-Marxist Latin American History

    Ep. 1624 Non-Marxist Latin American History

    02/04/2020 Duration: 32min

    Dedra Birzer, lecturer in history at Hillsdale College, joins me for a bird's-eye view of a major chunk of Latin American history, beginning with pre-Columbian civilizations and continuing through European exploration and, centuries later, independence.

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