What's the deal with Kratom? Is it a drug or medicine? Is it taken recreationally or medicinally? Is it natural or man made? Are there potential risks? And most importantly, why does the state and federal government not want us to take it? To answer all of these questions and more, we're joined by Luis Fernando Mises of www.emancipatedhuman.com!
12 Oct 2018
Smoking L's, talking crypto, and dippin on the IRS with John McAfee. This is the fun part of the liberty movement.
24 Feb 2019
Does the state inspect and approve of the food you subsist off of? Do you pay for that food using the counterfeit notes of some banking cartel? If so, congratulations - you're a slave! In this episode of The Agora, find out how aquaponics can liberate you from food slavery and how it gives you the tools to free others as well.
15 Jan 2019
Walter Block on Elon Musk, homesteading the Moon, and terraforming Mars, as we discuss his new book with Peter Nelson, Space Capitalism.
10 Sep 2018
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