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!
Ep. 2424 Our Elites: Stupid or Evil? With James Delingpole
The provocative James Delingpole joins us to discuss what the elites are up to, why they thrive on chaos, the political class as servants of the devil (metaphorically or otherwise), and plenty of other topics.
Ep. 2423 The Continuing Mystery of Early 2020
Now that the dust has finally settled, we have the leisure to return to the panicked days of early 2020 and reexamine what really happened. And it may not be quite what we think. Nick Hudson and Jonathan Engler join us. Sponsor: : a family-run business operated by libertarian fans of the Tom Woods Show that makes all-n
Ep. 2422 Larry Elder on Gavin Newsom, the Condition of California, and a Brighter Future
Despite the atrocious condition of California, Governor Gavin Newsom has ambitions for higher office. Larry Elder discusses the real Newsom record, what's really happening in California, and what a sensible person might do to turn things around -- for California and for the country. Book Discussed: Sponsors: &
Ep. 2421 A Libertarian Thanksgiving with Gene Epstein
Gene Epstein and I discuss things we're thankful for, but nothing too sentimental. It's mostly the kinds of nerdy things that, if we're being honest, are what power the Tom Woods Show. Sponsor:
Ep. 2420 Peter Schiff on the Biden Economy
Peter Schiff assesses the true condition of an economy Paul Krugman says is great but whose greatness the rubes are too dumb to recognize. Sponsors: &
Ep. 2419 How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World
Wherever we turn, people who despise us are making our lives more difficult, whether that takes the form of higher energy prices, higher prices in general, vax mandates, a war for our children's minds -- the grim list goes on and on. Is the correct approach despair, indifference, political action, or something else? Ke