Char Reid reflects on his two campaigns. He discusses how he handles debates, why he’s aggressive towards his opponents, and why so many tea partiers support him over his Republican opponents. For more podcasts, please visit: http://podcast.lpin.org
In a show filled with co-host discord, bad cords, and James Nease, the guys go deep in the philosophy of mutualism vs. anarcho-capitalism, property rights, eminent domain, and the future of the economy after QE 3.
Chris Spangle sits down to talk with US Senate candidate Andy Horning for an in-depth interview on running the first negative campaign on voters, why he keeps coming back, and what it’s like inside the Republican Party.
Congressional District 2 candidate Joe Ruiz discusses his philosophy of government and updates us on his campaign.
After a short State Fair-induced absence, we get back to work to talk about Paul Ryan’s libertarian credentials, Todd Akin and social conservatism, and then Gault shows up an hour and a half late to discuss tech news.
Chris and Chris discuss the Chik-Fil-A controversy with Evan McMahon.
This week, Chris and Chris interview the owner of a roll your own tobacco shop. (Creighton is out sick.) Because of a new law, they had to lay off 3/4 of their employees on Monday. Megan of the Smoke Station
Chris, Creighton, and Chris discuss the GOP primary now that Santorum is out, and Creighton and Gault try to convince Spangle that Ron Paul still has a chance by discussing Warren G. Harding. The guys then discuss the Occupy movement,
The guys discuss the President’s recent comment on the the Supreme Court, which leads to a discussion/argument on whether the Supreme Court is limiting the powers of the other two branches, or legislating from the bench prematurely. President Obama attacks