Episode

8/20 Libertarian Debate: Sam Seder V Dave Smith

August 20, 2015

Comedian the co-host of Part of the Problem explains how he considers him a libertarian and why he is a morally opposed to taxes. Should we cut the entire military? Resisting taxes and slavery. What would a ideal libertarian transition look like? Debunking the unfounded liability myth in social programs. What type of system produces the best healthcare. What spurred economic growth in the 1950s and 1960s. How do economies and regulations evolve. Is private property protected by force? And the fiat currency controversy.

On The Fun Half: More fallout from the great Libertarian debate. Donald Trump tears about Jeb Bush. Michael Steele admits Sam seder was right. Cornel West backs Bernie Sanders. John Kasich pushes far right education policies in Ohio and would love to abolish teachers lounges. Also your calls and IMs.

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