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Undercutting the Libertarian Case Against Lockdowns

I was disappointed to see this AIER post from Robert Wright, which pointed out numerous reasons that a private business forcing customers to wear a mask could be illegal and immoral. It starts with an allusion to the Galveston bank (remember that all of the state-required mask mandates have been lifted) that apparently called the […]

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Woods & Malice Animated Series

Here’s the first episode of their new collaboration:

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Adventures in Pacifism, Louis CK Edition: Semi-finalists

OK, largely because I can’t think of a simpler way to get my folks in the Bob Murphy Show supporters FB group to vote on this, below I’m listing what I took to be the contenders for the contest I’m sponsoring. First prize gets $100, 2nd gets $50, and 3rd gets $25. (Full details here.) […]

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BMS Twin Spin

==> BMS ep 131 (in a previous post I erroneously said the Rohan Grey interview was 131, but it’s 130) features Brett Venoitte talking about the Prussian roots of the US educational system. Audio here, video below: ==> Then in BMS ep 132, I talk with Scott Beyer about using free markets to revitalize our […]

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BMS ep 124: How to Defund the Police, and Eyewitness Account of CHAZ

This is one of the rare times when my areas of expertise are actually in popular demand. (The other time was when capital theory briefly became cool when Piketty’s book came out.) I first spend an hour or so laying out the theory of how to think about “defund the police.” Then I interview Whitney […]

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BMS ep 121: Michael Boldin on Hanging Out With 2 Live Crew and Sticking It to the NSA

Audio here, video below:

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BMS ep 120: Babylon Bee Guys Interview Bob on the Fed, Krugman, and Jesus

Audio here, video below:

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Bob Murphy Show ep. 119: Guido Hulsmann on the French Lockdown, His Biography of Mises, and His Novel Theory of Interest

An interesting discussion, I wish we had had more time. Video below, audio here.

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