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Libertarian Party Convention Consequences

admin Tuesday May 28, 2024

In this episode of Libertarian Counterpoint, airing on 5/30/2024, hosts James Just, John Cameron, and Richard Fields delve into the aftermath of the Libertarian Party convention. They discuss the unexpected appearance of Donald Trump among libertarians, which led to a hostile reception, and the party’s decision to nominate Chase Oliver for President, rejecting both Trump and Kennedy. The episode also explores groundbreaking research revealing how viruses contribute to cancer development, the controversial debate over ending Section 230 and its potential to transform the internet, Tennessee’s progressive move to reduce occupational licensing barriers for individuals with criminal records6, and the startling revelations from the TWITTER FILES about the CIA’s alleged efforts to control social media.

Show Notes: Libertarian Counterpoint 1710

Regulatory Overreach and Market Mayhem

admin Thursday May 23, 2024

In this thought-provoking episode of Libertarian Counterpoint, James Just and John Cameron delve into the intricate web of regulatory burdens that affect our daily lives. From zoning laws that stifle diversity to the controversial science behind nuclear regulation, they uncover how excessive control can lead to unintended consequences. The discussion also sheds light on the burgeoning black market for rentals, a direct result of the ongoing war on landlords. The episode doesn’t shy away from tough topics, including the recent court defeat of an FTC theory proposed by Lina Khan, the stonewalling of Biden’s SBA officials over an alleged election scheme, and the scrutiny of conspiracy theories surrounding the “Twitter Files Brazil.” Plus, an audit committee’s review of Newsom’s return-to-office mandate and the CIA’s plans for ad tracking data are also on the table. Tune in for an unfiltered analysis of how these issues impact freedom and privacy.

Show Notes: Libertarian Counterpoint 1709

Trump Shocks Libertarians & Trade Wars Escalate

Counterpoint Friday May 17, 2024

In a riveting episode of Libertarian Counterpoint, hosts James Just and John Cameron explore the impact of various ideologies on society. They discuss Trump’s unexpected appearance at the Libertarian Party convention, a Communist Party organizer’s declaration at a UCLA rally, escalating tensions in the China-U.S. trade war, Biden’s order against a Chinese crypto mining company, Sacramento’s budgetary challenges, the intricacies of a California tax ballot measure, and the disputed fatality figures from Gaza.

Show Notes: Libertarian Counterpoint 1708

Libertarian Counterpoint: Privacy, Press, and Policy

Counterpoint Friday May 10, 2024

In this episode, James Just and John Cameron tackle the clash between privacy and politics in Europe, defend the freedom of the press, and discuss the impact of energy regulation. Plus, they weigh in on the debate over disinformation, censorship, and innovative solutions to misinformation, and analyze the potential reclassification of marijuana and its societal implications. Tune in for a compelling discourse on current events and libertarian perspectives.

Show Notes: Libertarian Counterpoint 1707

The Value of Higher Education

Counterpoint Friday May 3, 2024

Join James Just and John Cameron as they delve into the pressing issues surrounding higher education. This episode unpacks the diminishing returns of college degrees, explores the recent violent demonstrations at pro-Palestinian encampments, and discusses President Biden’s decision to forgive over $6 billion in student debt for defrauded borrowers. The conversation also turns to the implications of war spending, the legal challenges faced by a former progressive prosecutor, and the latest developments in political lawfare. Don’t miss this critical examination of democracy’s health through current polling trends. Tune in for a thought-provoking discussion on Libertarian Counterpoint

Show Notes: Libertarian Counterpoint 1706

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