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Ep. 922 How to Make Hilarious Libertarian Arguments in Three Minutes

The Tom Woods Show

Release Date: 06/01/2017

Ep. 1741 Harvard Medical School Prof. Martin Kulldorff: Lockdowns Not the Answer show art Ep. 1741 Harvard Medical School Prof. Martin Kulldorff: Lockdowns Not the Answer

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Martin Kulldorff is a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and is a biostatistician and epidemiologist whose research centers on the early detection and monitoring of infectious disease outbreaks. He has opposed lockdowns from the very beginning of the COVID crisis.

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Ep. 1740 The Post-Ginsburg Supreme Court, with Kevin Gutzman show art Ep. 1740 The Post-Ginsburg Supreme Court, with Kevin Gutzman

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought for what she believed in -- which is precisely what made her an atrocious Supreme Court justice. Historian and legal scholar Kevin Gutzman joins me to discuss her legacy and our future.

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Ep. 1739 The Meme Policeman on How to Smash Low-IQ Propaganda show art Ep. 1739 The Meme Policeman on How to Smash Low-IQ Propaganda

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Ryan Wood, otherwise known as the "Meme Policeman," joins me to discuss his demolition of the low-IQ memes we all see circulating on social media.

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Ep. 1738 The Anti-Lockdown Side Is Growing show art Ep. 1738 The Anti-Lockdown Side Is Growing

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Now even the political left, which should have opposed the lockdowns from the beginning, is speaking out against lockdowns, as we can see in an important piece that appeared in Jacobin magazine. Legendary recording artist Van Morrison, meanwhile, is urging his fellow performers to join him in speaking out against the inhuman lockdowns that are depriving people of what it means to be human.

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Ep. 1737 Bob Murphy on How Money Works, and Against MMT show art Ep. 1737 Bob Murphy on How Money Works, and Against MMT

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The great economist Bob Murphy joins me to overturn misconceptions about money, including the particular misunderstanding popular among Bernie Sanders supporters.

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Ep. 1736 Little-Known Presidential Power Grabs show art Ep. 1736 Little-Known Presidential Power Grabs

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Here's an episode's worth of material that I venture to guess no high school student learned in history class, and which pays particular attention to how presidents have grabbed war powers for themselves that they were never intended to have. This episode covers just over 120 years of history, beginning with President McKinley's response to the Boxer Rebellion.

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Ep. 1735 Dave Rubin on How Political Disagreement Became Semi-Warfare show art Ep. 1735 Dave Rubin on How Political Disagreement Became Semi-Warfare

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Dave Rubin, host of the popular Rubin Report, joins me to discuss the phenomenon whereby vigorous debate has degenerated into warring camps.

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Ep. 1734 Labor Needs a Free Market, and Other Libertarian Lessons show art Ep. 1734 Labor Needs a Free Market, and Other Libertarian Lessons

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Sheldon Richman returns to continue our discussion of topics from his new book, What Social Animals Owe to Each Other.

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Ep. 1733 Phil Labonte on the Fate of Music During Lockdown show art Ep. 1733 Phil Labonte on the Fate of Music During Lockdown

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Phil Labonte, vocalist for the metal band All That Remains, joins me to discuss the difficulties facing performers during the age of COVID restrictions.

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Ep. 1732 The Truth About Kyle Rittenhouse show art Ep. 1732 The Truth About Kyle Rittenhouse

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Opinion has been sharply divided about Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old who killed two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in what many say was an act of self-defense. In this episode I'm joined by Kristan Harris, the man whose footage from that night has become the standard footage used in the mainstream media.

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