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The Tom Woods Show

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!

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Recent Episodes of The Tom Woods Show


Ep. 2517 The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History: The 20th Anniversary

Ep. 2517 The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History: The 20th Anniversary

Keith Knight of the Libertarian Institute interviews me on the 20th anniversary of my book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History. Sponsors:  & (Coupon Code: WOODS) Guest's Website: The Libertarian Institute Contribute to their fund drive here:   Guest's Podcast: @KeithKnightDontTreadonAnyone Guest's Book: Guest's Twitter: @an_capitalist Get Tom's US History Courses Free:  

Episode 13 July 2024 1h, 5m and 22s


Ep. 2516 David Stockman on RFK, Trump, and Inflation

Ep. 2516 David Stockman on RFK, Trump, and Inflation

David Stockman, director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Reagan Administration, covers a wide range of topics in this episode including the strangely controversial question: is this a good economy or a bad one? Sponsors: & (Coupon Code: WOODS) Guest's Website: Guest's Twitter: @dastockman

Episode 12 July 2024 54m and 31s


Ep. 2515 Antiwar Voices in the Republican Party

Ep. 2515 Antiwar Voices in the Republican Party

Brandan P. Buck recently completed his Ph.D. dissertation on the forgotten history of right-wing antiwar voices, a tradition that is beginning to reassert itself. Sponsors: &

Episode 11 July 2024 43m and 37s


Ep. 2514 Nobody Cares About the Federal Debt

Ep. 2514 Nobody Cares About the Federal Debt

Jane Johnson, a retired instructor of economics, discusses the bipartisan lack of interest in the federal debt and what it means for our future, as well as what may be in store for American higher education. Sponsors: &

Episode 6 July 2024 45m and 57s


Ep. 2513 Doug Casey on the West's True Enemies

Ep. 2513 Doug Casey on the West's True Enemies

Investor and New York Times bestselling author Doug Casey talks about how young people should think and what they should do in the current environment, as well as the uniqueness of Western civilization and what's being done to it. Sponsors: & Guest's Website:  

Episode 5 July 2024 45m and 30s


Ep. 2512 Supreme Court Overturns Evil System; Evil Bastards Cry Foul

Ep. 2512 Supreme Court Overturns Evil System; Evil Bastards Cry Foul

Kevin Gutzman, a professor of history and the author of numerous important books, and who also teaches at Tom's , discusses the significance of the overturning of "Chevron deference" as well as the particular merits of Clarence Thomas. Sponsors: & Guest's Website:

Episode 4 July 2024 40m and 47s


Ep. 2511 The Supreme Court vs. Free Speech

Ep. 2511 The Supreme Court vs. Free Speech

In Murthy v. Missouri the Court refused to consider the merits of a free-speech case because the plaintiffs allegedly lacked "standing," but as the dissent argues, all the elements for standing were present, and the Court most certainly should have ruled on the merits. Tracy Beanz, who's followed the case closely, joins us. Sponsors: &

Episode 30 June 2024 38m and 16s


Ep. 2510 How to Win Arguments, with Gene Epstein

Ep. 2510 How to Win Arguments, with Gene Epstein

Gene and I discuss his two debates at the most recent Porcfest: one on whether consequentialist arguments (e.g., capitalism makes us rich) or arguments based on first principles (e.g., the nonaggression principle) work better to persuade people to adopt our point of view. We also say a bit about Gene's debate with David Friedman over the Austrian and Chicago schools of economics. Sponsors: &

Episode 29 June 2024 1h, 14m and 57s


Ep. 2509 Socrates, Plato, Aristotle: What to Accept, What to Discard?

Ep. 2509 Socrates, Plato, Aristotle: What to Accept, What to Discard?

Gerard Casey, professor emeritus of philosophy at University College, Dublin, wrote a massive history of political thought from a libertarian perspective, called Freedom's Progress? A History of Political Thought. Today I throw questions at him about Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, primarily related to what people who favor a free society should think about them. Book Discussed: Sponsors: &

Episode 28 June 2024 43m and 58s


Ep. 2508 Any Prospects for Peace in Ukraine or Gaza?

Ep. 2508 Any Prospects for Peace in Ukraine or Gaza?

Kyle Anzalone, news editor at the Libertarian Institute and opinion editor at Antiwar.com, joins me for a review of the state of major conflicts. Sponsors: & Guest's Websites:   Guest's Twitter: @KyleAnzalone_

Episode 22 June 2024 35m and 26s

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