Episode

5/1 Professor Walter Block: Defends Libertarianism

May 1, 2014

Professor Walter Block proposed that laissez faire free market exchanges are the best way to organize society, how Block thinks the United States limits freedom, debating the minimum wage, full time workers who live in poverty, debating minimum wages and job losses, what is the value of wages if they don’t provide a living? Professor Block explains his far, far, right views on slavery, Block’s stunning opposition to the Civil Rights movement, Block’s sort “amazing” point about bisexuality and the right to discriminate and debating car safety.

On The Fun Half: understanding Libertarian insanity, Professor Block’s stunning statements on slavery and Civil Rights, addressing Libertarian economic arguments, debating the government setting the minimum wage and your calls and IMs.

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