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CouchStreams Ep 59 w/ Tom Woods

Break The Cycle w/Joshua Smith

Tom and Joshua sit down to discuss Hawaiian shirtgate, Cuba, catholics and Libertarianism. then in the exclusive after hours stream, Tom says something you have never heard him say before. Join Patreon, Subscribestar, or the YT channel membership to hear it. follow Tom at Https://tomwoods.com Join the patreon at https://patreon.com/breakthecyclejs Join Subscribestar at https://Subscribestar.com/breakthecyclejsTips at https://paypal.me/JoshuaSmithChair2020available on all of your favorite podcast apps. https://toplobsta.com for dope gear. https://lorenzotti.coffee for delicious Italian coffeethank you to Whiskey Grenade for the great jams. Support the stream: https://streamlabs.com/fightthedespots--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/BreakTheCycle/support

1hr 7mins

15 Jul 2021

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Christianity, Libertarians, and Midwits | The Tom Woods Interview

The Babylon Bee

On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to author/podcaster Tom Woods. They talk about being a very failed podcaster, the difference between society and politics, and Thomas Aquinas. Tom Woods is one of the leading Libertarian podcasters with The Tom Woods Show and is the author of 12 books. He also has written a number of Ebooks that he gives away for free by signing up for his email list on his website. We get some questions from our super fan, Michael Malice for Tom Woods that brings the discussion to Nullification, Ron Paul, and how Libertarianism works with his Catholic faith. He speaks about how Thomas Aquainas helped construct his views.  In the Subscriber Portion, Tom answers a question about Russel Kirk and Patrick Buchanan. He answers who the 5 best presidents are in America’s history. Ethan finds out how the government is messing with our life from Tom. As always we conclude with the 10 questions for every guest.

45mins

6 Jul 2021

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Tom Woods (Covid Hysteria Deep Dive, Road To Serfdom, Future Of Liberty)

The Rebel Capitalist Show

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56mins

4 Jun 2021

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5/28/21 Tom Woods on the Revitalization of the Libertarian Movement

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews

Scott talks to the great Tom Woods about the latest happenings in Libertarian Party politics. Scott, Tom and many other committed libertarian activists have decided to join the LP recently in an effort to re-energize the movement and spread the principles of liberty. Much of this new energy is thanks to Michael Heiss of the Mises Caucus, who's been spent the last few years organizing events with the likes of Tom and Scott, and has big things planned for the future.Discussed on the show: "The American Lenin" (lneilsmith.org) "Scott's Talk to the Colorado Libertarian Party Convention, May 22, 2021" (The Scott Horton Show) "Scott Horton's Speech at the Pittsburgh Mises Caucus Convention" (Libertarian Party Mises Caucus) "Dave Smith 5/14/2021 – LP Mises Caucus "Take Human Action Bash" – Pittsburgh" (YouTube)Tom Woods is the host of the Tom Woods Show and the author of numerous books including Real Dissent. Follow him on Twitter @ThomasEWoods.This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; Photo IQ; Green Mill Supercritical; Zippix Toothpicks; and Listen and Think Audio.Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QBXjU85IBg

37mins

30 May 2021

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5/28/21 Tom Woods on the Revitalization of the Libertarian Movement

The Scott Horton Show from The Libertarian Institute

Scott talks to the great Tom Woods about the latest happenings in Libertarian Party politics. Scott, Tom and many other committed libertarian activists have decided to join the LP recently in an effort to re-energize the movement and spread the principles of liberty. Much of this new energy is thanks to Michael Heiss of the Mises Caucus, who’s been spent the last few years organizing events with the likes of Tom and Scott, and has big things planned for the future. Discussed on the show: “The American Lenin” (lneilsmith.org) “Scott’s Talk to the Colorado Libertarian Party Convention, May 22, 2021” (The Scott Horton Show) “Scott Horton’s Speech at the Pittsburgh Mises Caucus Convention” (Libertarian Party Mises Caucus) “Dave Smith 5/14/2021 – LP Mises Caucus “Take Human Action Bash” – Pittsburgh” (YouTube) Tom Woods is the host of the Tom Woods Show and the author of numerous books including Real Dissent. Follow him on Twitter @ThomasEWoods. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods’ Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; Photo IQ; Green Mill Supercritical; Zippix Toothpicks; and Listen and Think Audio. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QBXjU85IBg

37mins

30 May 2021

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Tom Woods

The Delingpod: The James Delingpole Podcast

Thomas Ernest Woods Jr. is an American author, historian, and libertarian commentator who is currently a senior fellow at the Mises Institute. Woods is a proponent of the Austrian School of economics. He hosts a daily podcast, The Tom Woods Show which can be accessed at www.tomspodcast.com

1hr 15mins

30 May 2021

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Episode 555: Finding Hope While The CV19 Madness Continues w/ Tom Woods

Free Man Beyond the Wall

36 Minutes PG-13 Tom Woods is a New York Times best-selling author and the host of The Tom Woods Show. Tom joins Pete to talk about some of his travels and to provide hope that individuals are becoming fed up with CV19 hysteria. ChartsTheyForgot.com TomWoods.com  Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Paypal Pete's Books on Amazon Pete on Facebook

36mins

26 Mar 2021

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ana033: Tim Battles Town Hall | Tom Woods Interviews Tim | Short Term Rental Ordinance

Anarchitecture

We released episode ana027: 11 SPOOKY Fears about Short Term Rentals | ASSUAGED! on Halloween in 2019. Hours later, there was a multiple homicide at an Airbnb renter’s Halloween party in Orinda, CA. Tim wrote a blog post discussing this incident with a view towards understanding what went so wrong. In November 2019, Tom Woods interviewed Tim about the Orinda shooting and the broader topic of short term rentals. This was a more succinct presentation of our earlier episode, but they also covered some new ground. Since then, Tim has spent over a year arguing against new regulations on short term rentals in his home town in Maine. At the same time, he renovated his basement into an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) for short-term rental in a race against the clock. This episode starts with Tim’s interview on The Tom Woods Show, and then Tim reveals all the gory reality of small town politics. We close out with some profound lessons learned for libertarian principles and strategy. Use hashtag #ana033 to reference this episode in a tweet, post, or comment View full show notes at https://anarchitecturepodcast.com/ana033.  ----more----IntroTim is now a recurring guest on The Tom Woods Show. Joe was not invited back.The Tom Woods Show, Episode 1542Tom likes Airbnb “There’s no way that this is going to be interesting” Airbnb’s aren’t allowed in many NYC buildings Short term rentals allow people to generate income from an unused asset Concerns about depleting housing stock Short term rentals are a longstanding property right Single room occupancy (boarding houses) NuisancesCaution to libertarians: also defend property rights of neighbors Libertarians have thought about these issues more than anyone else The wedding venue next door – where every weekend is “September” Short term rentals vs long term housingSanta Monica, CA study – compared area with ban against areas with no ban – no significant impact found 2018 NYC study – 5,600 units off the market (out of 3.4 million) – 0.1% reduction in supply caused a 0.5% increase in rents? Permitting delays and costs taken for granted Airbnb’s role in mitigating nuisancesAirbnb is essentially a listing service, but with their own terms of service Orinda ShootingHouse rule: No Parties “Airbnb Mansion Party” Renter charged as accessory to murder Airbnb three announcementsVerify all listings Ban party houses – artificial intelligence to flag party rentals 24/7 neighbor hotline Party houses leading to bans and restrictions – why has Airbnb allowed them for this long? Regulating Short Term RentalsMostly at the local level Bans Owner occupancy “One host, one home” Limiting number of days per year Existing regulations – Zoning – no transient occupancy Building codesNFPA life safety code – “family plus three” Licensing, permitting, registration Speaking out against regulationsStudy the existing regulations Address local concerns Listen to the neighbors Differentiate party houses Get involved – nobody knows what to do Home Rental Mediation ServiceAnonymous complaint service Noise violations difficult to enforce I think you have a really unique and important podcast.TOM WOODSDiscussionInterview ReactionTom doesn’t often say upfront how boring the topic is Tim immediately went off script Earth, Wind and Fire joke bombed Update on Orinda shooting – No convictions Airbnb response – changed policy to revoke service for party houses No more parties after COVID hitBookings disappeared during COVID, but came back when Maine had low case count Airbnb verifying identities for listings Airbnb Neighborhood Support Team Tim Battles Town HallA red flag – Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) ordinance, no STR in an ADU “A housing unit is a housing unit” Tim posts his L’s – STR’s now on the agenda Economic development committee meeting Tim sings praises of the Town Manager Is the Town Manager functionally similar to a privatized town? Only 3 or 4 problematic properties Noise ordinance enforcement – ambient noise louder than the ordinance allows. You can’t enforce intermittent disturbances Informal workshop – Town Council, Planning Board, and one community representative – Tim! “And then they asked what I thought…” Draft ordinance is a laundry list of the usual concernsOwner Occupancy requirement Registration / License Limit on rental duration Occupancy Limit Parking requirements “Is there anything you like in it?” “But there are just three more things…” Not invited back to the second workshop A list of listings Rule #1: No chainsaw races… inside the house Map of all listings in townViability (or lack thereof) of seasonal rentals Ratio of listings in downtown area is consistent with the rest of town A lot of units were ADU’s or single room rentals Many listings on main roads, not in neighborhoods 72 Dwelling Units listed; 1.4% of all units in town Highest concentration in downtown: 5% of properties Affordable housing concerns42 properties list the address as the owner’s mailing address 50% had 3 or more bedrooms Most units in more expensive areas Housing affordability crisis is caused by restrictive single family home zoning Only 12 owners outside New England – most are second (vacation) homes Short term renting requires constant attention to the property Short term rental empire – Tim is the only short term rental emperor in town. Data helps to debunk myths, but stories persuade STR income helps people to afford their houses Second workshop (without Tim)Business license requirement Minimum parking requirement – additional space required Occupancy limit – 2 people per bedroomDoes nothing to limit big party houses Hurts 1 or 2 bedroom units 2 guests? 3 Parking spaces! A license is something they can take away Vague wording of “violations” Penalty: $500 per day. $180k per year? “None of that stuff got a single mention” Cap on licenses – effectively a ban 5% increase each year = 3 new licenses “My wife was livid” A strongly worded letter Final revisionsDirect discussions with councilors Tim is the special interest group The last holdout – “I can walk to 12 listings within 5 minutes of my house” Normalcy Bias Second order effects of losing housing units – no school football team? Higher priorities – parking changes and tax reassessments The inefficiency of small town politics Public HearingCancelled due to COVID Surprise hearing – notified by Airbnb, not the council Zoom council meeting, mail-in comments No public opposition to short term rentals So little of the process is public – it’s a done deal Every time they go back, it gets worse One size fits all AftermathTim has applied for 3 licenses Basement ADU project rushed to complete before end of year 60 licenses issued; 5% cap raised to 8%. Now 4 new licenses per year Now they have to enforce it Tim’s list – “eyes only” confidentiality People try short term renting, don’t start out as a business Waiting list Re-evaluation of ordinance after 2 years Tim has his special interest monopoly privilege Fighting against the status quo The ordinance does nothing to stop party houses It could have been worse TakeawaysDifficulty of public process Drafting workshops aim to build consensus It can’t be a direct democracy Impossibility of rational discourseFeelings don’t care about your facts Councilors aren’t impartial Libertarian awakening – there exist people who aren’t hyper-rational Joe vs the NormiesPeople only care about comfort, convenience, complacency, and conformity Aggressive Normieism – aggression of oblivion City council is the pinnacle of normie aspiration Don’t mess with dog people A liberal sees the light on property rights Confirmation Bias Discourse can be messy Discourse leading to legislation can cause real harm Civil law for nuisance complaints – a lead balloonCivil courts don’t work – too expensive and onerous for small disputes Anarchic legal system depends on efficient civil courts and common law Civil courts are a state monopoly Legislation crowds out bottom of market for adjudication Informal processes could emerge Standard of evidence may be lower, more subjective Damages could be proportionate to amount of evidence Judge Judy is the model for an anarchic society Common law is less efficient, but legislation can’t be effectively enforced Civil cases also have high standard of evidence Everyone is presumed guilty, the end. Links/ResourcesThe Tom Woods Show Episode 1542: Do you really Own Your Home? Airbnb Neighborhood Support Team AirDNA Furnished Finder Earth Wind & Fire – SeptemberEpisodes Mentionedana027: 11 Fears About Short Term Rentals | ASSUAGED! 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2hr 28mins

12 Mar 2021

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Tom Woods Was Right: The 3x5 Card of Allowable Opinion Is Shrinking Rapidly

Wealth, Power & Influence with Jason Stapleton

52mins

10 Mar 2021

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Ep. 178 Tom Woods and Bob Murphy Discuss the GameStop Shorting Controversy

Bob Murphy Show

Tom Woods invites Bob onto his podcast to discuss the coordinated actions of retail traders to implement a short squeeze on hedge funds, in the process causing GameStop stock to increase some 1,500%. Tom and Bob explain the basic economics involved and the political implications.Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest:The Tom Woods Show.A Bloomberg article and an ARSTechnica article giving good summaries of the timeline.Bob's article on "The Social Function of Stock Speculators," and a 2008 article criticizing the government's forbidding of short-selling financial stocks.Chris Cillizza's CNN article blaming GameStop controversy on Trumpism.Help support the Bob Murphy Show.The audio production for this episode was provided by Podsworth Media.

53mins

31 Jan 2021

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