‎The Tom Woods Show on Apple Podcasts

‎The Tom Woods Show on Apple Podcasts

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750 episodes 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! The Tom Woods Sho‪w‬ Tom Woods Politics 4.8 • 2.5K Ratings 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! APR 7, 2021 Ep. 1870 Saifedean Ammous on Bitcoin, Present and Future Ep. 1870 Saifedean Ammous on Bitcoin, Present and Future The great Saifedean Ammous joins us to discuss current trends in Bitcoin, whether it’s in a “bubble,” what its advantages are, what the future may hold, and why all of this should matter to libertarians. 37 min Ep. 1869 The Tom Woods Secrets Ep. 1869 The Tom Woods Secrets In this episode, podcaster James Jenneman (of ) draws out quite a bit from ol’ Woods about my books and work, the virus craziness (not too much about that, though), my productivity, mindset advice, my secret business adviser, the problem of making politics into a religion, and more. Sponsor: If you’re tired of doom and gloom in your financial analysis, Merk Research offers a balanced, unbiased approach to the market and economy. Get a three-month free trial of their material at 1 hr 3 min Ep. 1868 Dave Smith on Vaccine Passports Ep. 1868 Dave Smith on Vaccine Passports Dave Smith, host of Part of the Problem, joins us to discuss vaccine passports and the response from the Libertarian Party and two of its state affiliates. 41 min Ep. 1867 How Poor Countries Become Rich Ep. 1867 How Poor Countries Become Rich What is the process by which countries develop economically? It used to be assumed that government-to-government transfers were indispensable. That view has fallen somewhat out of favor, but there are still plenty of errors in the way some economists think about this question. Shawn Ritenour, professor of economics at Grove City College and author of a forthcoming book on development economics, joins us for the right answer. 43 min Ep. 1866 The Anthony Fauci Phenomenon Ep. 1866 The Anthony Fauci Phenomenon Anthony Fauci, although perhaps known to public health specialists and an advisor to numerous White Houses, was largely unknown to the American public until early 2020. Since then, his stature has been elevated to the point that many people equate his name with science itself, at least in terms of the virus. Steve Deace, co-author of a new book on Fauci, asks the questions and gives the answers we won’t see in the New York Times. 39 min Ep. 1865 The Twenty-Five Minute Case Against the on 2020 (and 2021) Insanity Ep. 1865 The Twenty-Five Minute Case Against the on 2020 (and 2021) Insanity The heroic Nick Hudson of (Pandemics — Data and Analytics) recently spoke at an investment conference held by South Africa’s and laid out the point-by-point case against the insanity. 34 min

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