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. 1623 Doug Casey on the Coronavirus Fallout

    Ep. 1623 Doug Casey on the Coronavirus Fallout

    01/04/2020 Duration: 36min

    Doug Casey, whose book Crisis Investing spent 29 weeks at the #1 position on the New York Times bestseller list, joins me to assess the fallout from the various governmental responses to the coronavirus, as well as his own approach to a crisis like this.

  • Ep. 1622 You Want Your Grandmother Dead, Says the Herd

    Ep. 1622 You Want Your Grandmother Dead, Says the Herd

    31/03/2020 Duration: 01h06min

    Dave Smith and I discuss the approach being recommended to cope with COVID-19. Is "if this saves one life, I'll be happy" a sensible way to think about the world? If you object to shutdowns for indeterminate amounts of time, does this mean you want your grandmother dead? This episode is taken from my recent appearance on , Dave Smith's podcast.

  • Ep. 1621 Resisting the Federal Government in These Dark Days?

    Ep. 1621 Resisting the Federal Government in These Dark Days?

    28/03/2020 Duration: 52min

    I talk to the 's Michael Boldin and host Peter Quinones about state nullification of unconstitutional federal laws, and whether it might apply in the current circumstances.

  • Ep. 1620 The Economics of the Shutdown

    Ep. 1620 The Economics of the Shutdown

    27/03/2020 Duration: 33min

    Professors Joseph Salerno and Peter Klein join me to discuss the economics of the extraordinary episode we are currently living through, as well as the likely consequences of how the federal government and the Federal Reserve are responding.

  • Ep. 1619 How Free People Can Help the Most Vulnerable, Especially During a Crisis

    Ep. 1619 How Free People Can Help the Most Vulnerable, Especially During a Crisis

    26/03/2020 Duration: 29min

    DonorSee creator Gret Glyer joins us to discuss how individuals can make real differences in the lives of other individuals, often halfway around the world -- particularly during the coronavirus crisis of 2020.

  • Ep. 1618 How to Prepare for the Unexpected, Step by Step

    Ep. 1618 How to Prepare for the Unexpected, Step by Step

    25/03/2020 Duration: 39min

    Jack Spirko, host of The Survival Podcast, joins me to answer the questions we all have right now: what exactly should we do to prepare for the unexpected? What do we need and what do we not need? I ask Jack a bunch of excellent listener-submitted questions that will help you be ready for whatever the world throws at you.

  • Ep. 1617 Another Libertarian Strategy: Startup Societies

    Ep. 1617 Another Libertarian Strategy: Startup Societies

    24/03/2020 Duration: 30min

    Joe McKinney, founder and CEO of the Startup Societies Foundation, discusses the array of models and possibilities for "startup societies," whereby new or existing communities establish arrangements in which the hand of the state is felt more lightly.

  • Ep. 1616 More Forbidden Questions in American History

    Ep. 1616 More Forbidden Questions in American History

    22/03/2020 Duration: 48min

    Here's a freewheeling discussion of a whole bunch of questions your junior high school teacher never answered -- or even raised. Enjoy!

  • Ep. 1615 How the State Makes Busybodies into Busybullies

    Ep. 1615 How the State Makes Busybodies into Busybullies

    20/03/2020 Duration: 33min

    Economist Antony Davies and political scientist James Harrigan join me to discuss their new book "Cooperation and Coercion: How Busybodies Became Busybullies and What That Means for Economics and Politics". We talk about how the state thrives on wars on poverty, drugs, terror, etc., the cooperation that is at the center of the market economy, and a lot more.

  • Ep. 1614 Peter Schiff on the Economics of the Coronavirus

    Ep. 1614 Peter Schiff on the Economics of the Coronavirus

    19/03/2020 Duration: 43min

    Uncertainty casts a shadow over everything right now, as people wonder how long the coronavirus problem will persist and how intense it will become. Some people face questions about employment and staying afloat during the coming weeks and possibly even months. Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve and the federal government are talking about and even taking radical action. Peter Schiff joins me to talk some sense.

  • Ep. 1613 Dave Smith on Humorless Libertarian Ninnies

    Ep. 1613 Dave Smith on Humorless Libertarian Ninnies

    18/03/2020 Duration: 45min

    Popular podcaster and comedian Dave Smith joins me to discuss the libertarian movement's ninny problem, whereby a tiny (but obnoxiously loud) minority spends its time on the rampage against people like Dave for wrongthink because he interviews unpopular people. Oddly, neither Dave nor I has ever been criticized for featuring left-wingers on our shows and not grilling them over their faulty views. I wonder why that is.

  • Ep. 1612 Joe and Bernie Go One-on-One

    Ep. 1612 Joe and Bernie Go One-on-One

    17/03/2020 Duration: 28min

    I review last night's one-on-one presidential debate between the top two remaining democratic presidential contenders. Plenty of lunacy to go around, that's for sure.

  • Ep. 1611 How Innovation Works, and Why It Thrives in Freedom

    Ep. 1611 How Innovation Works, and Why It Thrives in Freedom

    14/03/2020 Duration: 32min

    The great Matt Ridley joins us for a fascinating whirlwind tour of the history of innovation, and identifies key features of it that free societies disproportionately make possible. One of my all-time favorite guests!

  • Ep. 1610 Both Sides Get the Economy Wrong

    Ep. 1610 Both Sides Get the Economy Wrong

    13/03/2020 Duration: 29min

    John Tamny returns to discuss job-training programs, price deflation, deficits, and other areas where one side (liberals or conservatives) get it badly wrong.

  • Ep. 1609 How Did Iran Become Enemy #1?

    Ep. 1609 How Did Iran Become Enemy #1?

    12/03/2020 Duration: 37min

    Gareth Porter discusses the history of U.S.-Iran relations, how they became so strained, the truth about the Iranian nuclear program, and more.

  • Ep. 1608 How to Speak Effectively, Research Better, and Read Faster

    Ep. 1608 How to Speak Effectively, Research Better, and Read Faster

    11/03/2020 Duration: 39min

    Brett Veinotte of the School Sucks Project has just produced something new: not the overview of schooling, education, unschooling, and the usual topics he covers, but topics like these: once we have all this (unpopular) knowledge, how do we convey it most persuasively? Or: what's the secret to being a good researcher? Or: what's the quickest, most efficient way to read a book? Guest's Product: (use code WOODS for 30% off)

  • Ep. 1607 How to Defend Liberty in Challenging Territory

    Ep. 1607 How to Defend Liberty in Challenging Territory

    10/03/2020 Duration: 38min

    Angela McArdle, who chairs the Libertarian Party of Los Angeles, has poured enormous energy into the libertarian movement and come up with a great many creative ideas to spread our message. She's also done effective battle against the crazies. Not to mention she's a blast to talk to. Enjoy! Sponsor:

  • Ep. 1606 Anarcho-Communism and Other Challenges to Libertarians

    Ep. 1606 Anarcho-Communism and Other Challenges to Libertarians

    06/03/2020 Duration: 33min

    In this final episode of Bob Murphy Week we begin by talking animal rights, school shootings, and how the poor would be cared for in a libertarian society, and finish with a discussion of the problems with anarcho-communism.

  • Ep. 1605 Two Hard Cases: Child Abuse, and Coronavirus

    Ep. 1605 Two Hard Cases: Child Abuse, and Coronavirus

    05/03/2020 Duration: 27min

    In this installment of Bob Murphy Week, we consider whether and how a stateless society could handle difficult problems like child abuse and pandemics.

  • Ep. 1604 How Would a Libertarian Society...

    Ep. 1604 How Would a Libertarian Society...

    04/03/2020 Duration: 29min

    As Bob Murphy Week on the Tom Woods Show continues, I take advantage of having a great libertarian theorist on the show in order to raise challenging problems like consumer safety, hunting and fishing rights, and how to deal with a mad scientist running unethical experiments.

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