Archive for the 'Charity' Category


On this week's Electric Libertyland, Brian battles the remainder of his 3.7 day hangover after visiting Vegas with legal counsel, "Rico," to dive into topics including the Houston hurricane and price gouging, politicians' lies about free speech rallies and recent Antifa attacks in San Francisco, North Korea's latest missile test, and an unbelievable bout of idiocy in Illinois, where they want to pass laws to combat "gender cost."

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In today's episode, host Marc Clair is joined by the co-creator and artist of the graphic novel "Indoctrination", Matt Battaglia! In the show, you'll hear Marc and Matt discuss:

In the show you'll hear Marc and Matt discuss:

  • How Matt first became passionate about comic books and art.
  • How Matt became interested in politics due to Ron Paul's presidential run, and how it intersected with his graphic design work.  
  • Why Matt isn't a big fan of Atlas Shrugged, as many past guests have been. 
  • Why does Matt hate superheroes?
  • What comic books and graphic novels does Matt recommend?
  • Plus! Find out more information about a great new libertarian charitable effort!

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In today's episode of Lions of Liberty, Marc welcomes in Gret Glyer, the creator of the revolutionary DonorSee App, which is making it easier than ever to effectively fund charitable projects around the world.

In the show, you'll hear:

  • How Gret decided a life of renting cars wasn't his destiny, and what inspired him to seek out ways to help people in need around the globe.
  • Gret describes his time in Malawi, and how the poverty that he saw there eventually led to the creation of DonorSee.
  • How does Donor See work, and why is it so much more effective than government, NGO, or even most private charity.
  • Find out how YOU can help fund a charitable project and directly help an eldery homeless woman in Malawi get a home THIS WEEK!

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