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The “Lions of Liberty” flagship show, which interviews liberty leaders including Ron Paul, Tom Woods, etc, PLUS “Electric Libertyland”, looking at current events and “Felony Friday”, examining the criminal justice system!

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On this week's Electric Libertyland Brian McWilliams looks at the latest on the Iran Deal, the government's "best month ever" for revenue, social justice warriors losing their minds over cultural appropriation, and America finally defunding the radical propagandist group "The White Hats." He also may have something to say about Seattle's proposed "Amazon" tax. 

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In today's episode, Marc is joined by Gene Epstein to discuss Trump's 'disastrous' proposed budget, why it doesn't address fraud and corruption, and how the upcoming "fiscal time bomb" of U.S. Debt will affect us all. 

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On this week's Electric Libertyland, Brian McWilliams brings in Remso W. Martinez of the "Remso Republic" podcast. Brian and Remso discuss his recent getaway from Rabid Republicans and his new documentary "American Statesman: The Nick Freitas Story." Then they transition to talk about Hillary Clinton's appearance on the Grammy's, Burger King taking on Net Neutrality, and finish up with a discussion on "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."

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On this weeks Electric Libertyland Brian McWilliams welcomes in stand up comedian, co-star and co-creator of the new Comedy Central show "Corporate," Jake Weisman. After fighting the demons of audio recording technology, Brian and Jake settle in to discuss how the best comedy is libertarian and dive into some deep conversation on libertarian theory and current events before turning to Jake's new, dark office place comedy, "Corporate." Will this be the new "South Park" that libertarian audiences have been craving? Listen in to find out.

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On this week's Electric Libertyland Brian McWilliams takes away some libertarian lessons from Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."

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In this week's Electric Libertyland, Brian McWilliams flicks his cigarette onto the flailing mass of straw men put forth by proponents of the absurd abomination known as "Net Neutrality." Join Brian as he sets ablaze the paper-thin arguments for regulation of the internet under Title II in a comprehensive and easy to understand lesson in the obvious.

After driving the Net Neutrality demons out, Brian then turns to a coup within the Federalist Party and Democrats falling on their own petard after coalescing unilateral power for the Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Board with no checks or balances.

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On this very special Thanksgiving edition of Electric Libertyland (episode 47), Brian welcomes in the drunken Lions of Liberty family: Marc Clair and John Odermatt, as well as extended liberty family from the Johnny Rocket Launchpad! Yes, Johnny "Rocket" Adams and Curt Nelson bring holiday cheers, jeers, and highly inappropriate humor to the liberty dining table, as has become our annual tradition.

The gang gets into discussions on the "It's OK to be White" college sign flap, who's the biggest liberty turkey of the year, how absurdly sad and inconvenient a local Libertarian Party meeting location was, and then get down and dirty with rounds of "Cats Cradle" and "RocketFire" questions, which brings the issue of "who will build the space roads??" to bear. It's a whole lot of family dysfunction, just like in your own home!

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On today's show, Marc is joined by Connor Drigotas, founder of the Better Money PAC, which aims to help political candidates who support their three tenets of support for cryptocurrencies, free markets and financial responsibilitity. Conner describes how hearing a certain libertarian Presidential candidate speak turned him onto the ideas of liberty (and it might surprise you which one!) and how his experience at an End the Fed rally inspired him to create the Better Money PAC. Conner and Marc discuss the importance of cryptocurrencies and the political challenges they are facing, why the massive $20 Trillion in debt should be seen as a grave danger, and Conner answers critics who oppose political action as antithetical to the ideas of liberty. 

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In this week's truncated ELL Brian fights through back spasms and prescription drugs to give some quick takes on topics including the fight in Federal Court to legalize prostitution in CA, Progressive anti-Trump wackjobs' plan to "scream at the sky", and the Pentagon advocating women sign up for the draft. 

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In this week's episode of Electric Libertyland, host Brian McWilliams gives his take on the Trumpian circle-jerk that was the 2017 Emmy Awards, and how politics and entertainment need to take a break from each other. He then turns towards more serious topics including the utter failure of the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing programs, the GOP's last-ditch effort to repeal Obamacare (kind of) with the Graham-Cassidy plan, the state of the 1st Amendment, new climate research and an idiotic idea in the UK to limit voting rights based on internet trolling.

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