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The Isaac Morehouse Podcast
82 minutes | 3 days ago
Liberty Lockdown on Politics, Mortgages, Doomsday, and Optimism
Super great convo with Clint from Liberty Lockdown, a guy pumping out one of the best podcasts around. Is the Libertarian Party a useful tool? WTF is happening with the economy? How to live free in a world gone mad?
17 minutes | a month ago
Sometimes It's Not That Complicated
A few thoughts on the tendency to overvalue high level intellectualization, and the nobility of lower level creatures in moments of crisis.
142 minutes | 2 months ago
Vin Armani on Myth, Magic, and Religion
Vin Armani is a hard guy to put into a box. Tech entrepreneur, star of Showtime's 'Gigolos', philosopher, and in recent years, prophet of our times. We talk about The Dim Age, the devouring mother, the heroes journey as a map for our age, Jordan Peterson, and a lot more. Buckle up. It gets weird in the best of ways.
61 minutes | 2 months ago
The Obviousness of Anarchy
I decided to read one of my favorite essays of all time, The Obviousness of Anarchy, by John Hasnas, so that an audio version can be enjoyed by all.
70 minutes | 2 months ago
Josh Petty on How Tokens and NFTs Change the Game
Twetch co-creator Josh Petty tries to help me make sense of the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) craze, sort the wheat from the chaff, explore radical new biz models made possible by micropayments tied to decentralized data, muse about how far title to property can be extended, whether firms and investors are inefficient and what might replace them, and lots more.
96 minutes | 2 months ago
Rene Girard on Culture - with David Gornoski
Our culture's concern for victims is relatively new and radical in human history. Where does it come from? And how does understanding memetic desire and the scapegoat mechanism make sense of the world? Radio and podcast host David Gornoski and I discuss his rare blend of Christian theology, Rene Girard's sociology, and a political philosophy of non-violence.
19 minutes | 3 months ago
How Daily Blogging Changed My Life
It launched two companies, attracted dozens of employees, thousands of customers, many talks and media appearances, several investors, resulted in 10 books published, four podcasts, hundreds of interviews, and close to $10M in revenue+investment. And the benefits keep compounding. You should try it for 30 days. I currently write at crash.co and isaacmorehouse.com
22 minutes | 3 months ago
What the State Really Is
What do the government and the devil have in common? A lot. Fighting either requires a unique approach.
13 minutes | 3 months ago
Stop Seeking Truth
What if you took the pressure off yourself to find what's true, and instead just got really good at detecting and eliminating what's untrue?
33 minutes | 4 months ago
Symbolic Meaning of Trump, Protests, and Covid Policies
I've been trying to understand the love and hate people have for Trump for several years and it's only now making sense. The way covid policy was handled helped me see; it's not about substance, it's all about symbols. We live in a myth-driven age.
57 minutes | 4 months ago
Michael Malice Thinks Things are Looking Up
Michael Malice brings some insight and optimism to the events of the world in 2020 and going into 2021. We also cover house plants, aliens, the meaning of life, conspiracies, and more. *Sorry the mic levels are not even! At least Michael is the louder one.e.
128 minutes | 4 months ago
Bitcoin Talk: Is Bitcoin Bad for Liberty?
We dive into all kinds of topics around BTC, BCH, BSV, and a lot more.
86 minutes | 4 months ago
The Myth of the Rule of Law, by John Hasnas
“The Myth of the Rule of Law” was written by John Hasnas and originally published in 1995 in the Wisconsin Law Review no. 199. I read it (with a few mumbles and mistakes) in its entirety from https://www.copblock.org/40719/myth-rule-law-john-hasnas/ Thanks to Prof Hasnas for writing this excellent essay, as well as another called "The Obviousness of Anarchy", both of which were profoundly influential on my thinking.
86 minutes | 4 months ago
What is Reality?
Man, we go deep on this one. Steve Patterson and I discuss whether the material world is real, whether consciousness real, his apparent resolution to the mind-body problem, and how his pluralistic system would allow for almost every other point of view. We start with the nature of experience and external objects, and we end up at the concept of love and sanity.
63 minutes | 4 months ago
Thaddeus Russell on WTF was 2020 All About
Thaddeus Russell joins me to talk about the craziness of 2020, who the real renegades are, what happened with the election, new political realities, and more.
47 minutes | 5 months ago
The Foundations of Math are Wrong - Steve Patterson
The belief in infinite sets led to global lockdowns. Yes, you heard it. Steve Patterson has a bone to pick with pure mathematics. I try to figure out why he thinks it's so important to get the theories right.
44 minutes | 7 months ago
Why is Everyone Scared of Privilege? With TK Coleman
TK Coleman breaks down why people are so worried and guilty about advice or ideas that don't apply to all people at all times and why they shouldn't be.
71 minutes | 8 months ago
Jeffrey Tucker on New Book 'Liberty or Lockdown'
We discuss our disagreement about wearing suits, then dive into the insanity of 2020, how so many could be so fooled into lockdowns, why the "libertarian" movement utterly failed to stand for freedom, Orwellian language, and much more. Jeff offers a wonderful perspective and optimism in the midst of dark times.
56 minutes | 8 months ago
"I Escaped the Libertarian Movement" - Nicole Sauce on Living Free in Tennessee
Nicole was fighting for freedom but not living free in the process. The libertarian nonprofit scene was sucking the life out of her, so she decided to quit and set out on her own to pursue the things that made her feel free. She runs a farmstead, rents out houses, cans tomatoes, does workshhops on processing chickens, and so much more. Nicole Sauce is the host of Living Free in Tennessee, owner of Holler Roast Coffee, and a marketing and business consultant to people who want more control over their life.
16 minutes | 10 months ago
"Do I Need a Co-Founder?" No! - How to Get a Startup Started
People sometimes ask me how to find a co-founder, or someone to code their idea, or people to invest money. I always ask them why they need those things. Chances are, you don't and those are distractions. The first step is to sell the category, problem, vision, and product. Prove your passion and prove demand. The rest will start to want to come to you!
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