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I recently had the pleasure of talking with Adam Bradt of the Liberationis Reipublicae Show on the Voluntary Virtues Network about Christianity and libertarianism, and I thought you’d like to hear it.
Also, Anand Venigalla at IndianLibertarians.org deserves a shout-out for suggesting this interview to Adam. Both have recently begun work at their various outlets and I wish them all the best in their efforts.
A few weeks ago I was on Manuel Lora’s “Odds and Ends” Podcast at Liberty.me. I thought you might like to hear it:
I love a good movie, and I love good economics. As we have mentioned before, the EconPop show is a great show to get your fix of both: “the show that scans the ravage wasteland of popular culture to find the seedling of economics within.” Check out these great videos from Andrew Heaton and the creators of the Keynes-Hayek Raps. You’re bound to find a movie you like.
My wife and I joined Manuel Lora of Liberty.me Odds and Ends Podcast and author Lucy Steigerwald for a discussion about our experiences as homeschoolers and how the state messes up education. I thought you might like to hear it.
I was first told the story of Sir Nicholas Winton a few years ago by Lawrence Reed of the Foundation for Economic Education. Winton was a stock broker in England during the years leading up to World War 2. During a two week trip to Prague at the behest of a friend, he embarked on an extraordinary mission to save Jewish children in Czechoslovakia from near-certain death at the hands of the Nazis. His remarkable story is told in this recent segment on 60 Minutes. You will marvel at the courage and ingenuity of a man who did everything he could to make a difference. Check it out:
For the original article and transcript, click here.