About This Show
My mission with this project is to carve out a place in the open source broadcasting world where we can explore our relationship with music as it correlates to the human experience. Music identifies and shapes culture, can move us to tears, force us on our feet to dance, gets people's attention in order to tell a story, embellish moments in theater. Music is a universal language, where we paint the dimension of time, breaching the boundaries that language naturally sets. It gives us hope, helps us get through hardships and triumphs from the mundane things such as chores around the house or moments of reflection during major events in our lives. I will also draw upon common themes of childhood, musings on life and death, as well as anything I find appropriate to talk about with the guests. Step out of your comfort zone shaped by the common broadcast format, subvert your expectations, and prepare to ride the wave of this movement with me.
Most Recent Episode
What Libertarianism is, and what it is not
This installment of Subversion features an opening monologue about highlighting the double standard a lot of folks tend to have about private entities when compared to public entities. Your host then gives a cursory look the framework for the various libertarian schools of thought, then tackles a "Libertarianism Debunked" video produced by The Young Turks point by point to flesh out the simplified and straw clad version of libertarianism TYT provided. It is clear that Hasan Piker has not even a clue what his opposition really believes and we expose that, even if the video came out in August 2016 the same ol' fallacies keep getting thrown at you. Visit the Libertarian Union to find other great podcasts ranging from heavy topics such as Foreign Policy Focus and legal theory through a libertarian lens with Liberty Weekly, or just something light and fun with Daniel and Robert over at Actual Anarchy for movie reviews from a hardcore libertarian perspective.
Episodes of This Show
Dec 17, 2017
Dec 8, 2017