In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, host Marc Clair is joined by Sean Malone, the director and producer of the documentary "Farming in Fear." First Sean explains how he first became interested in the ideas of liberty as a teenager when he found himself asking the question "who owns me?" The answers would lead him to certain beliefs which he would later identify as "libertarian." Sean details how he was able to merge his interest in the ideas of liberty with his passion for filmmaking, leading him to become a creative producer of both short form and long form documentaries with for the Charles Koch Institute. Marc and Sean then discuss his latest project, "Farming in Fear", which tells the story of Martha Boneta, a woman who fulfilled her dream of purchasing and operating a small farm, who quickly found herself facing all sort of government obstacles. Before signing off, Sean addresses critics of the Koch Brothers.
In the Last Roar (29:31), Marc addresses the concept of property rights, and how we can trace nearly every conflict in our society to the lack of a rational conception of property rights.
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John Daubert, editing and mastering (check out his work here)
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