Year Zero 110: Covid19 and the CDC w/Dr James Lyons-Weiler

Year Zero 110: Covid19 and the CDC w/Dr James Lyons-Weiler

Tommy invited Dr James Lyons-Weiler, the CEO and founder of IPAK, on the podcast to discuss Covid19 and how the CDC bungled its response. Dr Jack has been extremely critical of the CDC and FDA response to the novel Coronavirus, and he was more than happy to spend time discussing what this virus is, what he’s discovered in his research, and how the CDC has made this crisis worse.

Year Zero 106: The Value of the Collective from a Free Market Perspective

Year Zero 104: PMA’s; A Legal Analysis with Michael Harris

Tommy is joined by defense attorney Michael Harris to discuss the pros and cons of Private Membership Associations. Many doctors and patients, tired of bureaucracy and red tape, choose to find ways to interact without government involvement saving time and money.

 

Disclaimer: This episode was recorded a week ago, so all coronavirus related discussion is outdated.

 

 

Year Zero 106: The Value of the Collective from a Free Market Perspective

Year Zero 101: A Direct Republic with Donnie Gebert

Donnie Gebert of the Direct Republic podcast and author of The Null Hypothesis of Politics joined Tommy for episode 101. Donnie’s idea of a Direct Republic, decentralization down to the individual, was thought up within a mind trained and educated by the DOD to topple governments through peaceful revolution. When Donnie realized the enemy was domestic and not abroad he put his education to work at home.

Year Zero 98: Isms and Regulatory Capture

Year Zero 98: Isms and Regulatory Capture

In episode 98 Tommy takes on the idea that any one ism should be argued as superior over another. When people argue capitalism v socialism v communism v progressivism v fascism they are forgetting that they are arguing in favor of forced integration or forced segragation. In a society founded on liberty people would be able to choose the ism that best fits them and the coercion that enforces and props up their preferred ism would be null and void.

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