September 19, 2014 – In this edition of Mises Weekends, David Farrer dissects Scotland’s independence referendum vote from a libertarian perspective. According to Farrer: “Unfortunately lots of people here, as in the U.S., think that […]
August 22, 2014 – Marc J. Victor of Attorney for Freedom, discusses the crisis in Ferguson, how our legal rights are disappearing, and the impact of having Butler Shaffer as a law professor, which radicalized […]
August 15, 2014 – Marc Abela, co-organizer of the Tokyo Liberty Club, discusses the failed, 25-year monetary stimulus program of the Bank of Japan and its creation of insolvent banks. He also tells the story […]
July 18, 2014 – In the latest edition of Mises Weekends, Jeff Deist hosts David Gordon to discuss the life and times of Murray Rothbard. Gordon explains from an insider’s perspective, touching on Rothbard’s experience founding the Cato Institute, […]
July 31, 2014 – In an interview with Mises Institute President Jeff Deist, Guido Hülsmann discuss his experience writing Ludwig von Mises’s biography “Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism.” He is an established scholar and […]
July 18, 2014 – In the latest edition of Mises Weekends, Jeff Deist hosts author and blogger Will Grigg to discuss “police state Keynesianism.” They talk about the evolution of the American police state and […]
Jeff Deist interviews Brian Doherty, a participant and observer in libertarian circles. They discus Ron Paul’s legacy, Austrian economics and why it’s cool to be a young libertarian today.
Jeff Deist interviews Justin Raimondo about Justin’s time working with Murray Rothbard, the history behind the modern libertarian movement and more.
Jeff Deist discusses Dr. Thornton’s experience opposing the drug war, influence on the founder of Wikipedia and how the living online encyclopedia is an example of “stateless spontaneous order.”
Jeff Deist interviews Eric Peters on how regulations make all cars look the same, how statists love public transportation and the symbolism of the automobile.