The Death of Politics, Ep. 1

Read Scott Horton's new book Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan

The Death of Politics with Lucy Steigerwald (@LucyStag) and Jared Labell (@DC_DeathCult), Ep. 1

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Show notes:

The Death of Politics, by Karl Hess

Karl Hess on Anarcho-Capitalism, by Charles Johnson

The Death of Politics, narrated by Jeff Riggenbach

Bill Kristol Considering Run for President in 2020, by Peter Hasson

Unplugging the Doomsday Machine, by Lucy Steigerwald

Snowden, directed by Oliver Stone

Chelsea Manning leaks

Concerned by Trump, Some Republicans Quietly Align With Democrats, by Kenneth P. Vogel

Niskanen Center Advisory Board

Investigative Reporters and Editors Radio Podcast | Sheriff Joe

The Joe Arpaio I Knew, by Ryan Gabrielson

Right-Wing Political Correctness is More Dangerous Than Left, by Lucy Steigerwald

Emancipating Slaves, Enslaving Free Men: A History of the American Civil War, by Jeffrey Rogers Hummel

Why Blue Lives Matter Is Just as Dangerous as White Lives Matter, by Treva B. Lindsey

George Carlin’s Jammin’ in New York

Dave Smith

Dave Smith on SE Cupp

Marc Maron WTF podcast with Barack Obama

Frankie Boyle on American Foreign Policy

The curious grammar of police shootings, by Radley Balko

Meet the Renegades of the Intellectual Dark Web, by Bari Weiss

Meet Bari Weiss, the Conservative New York Times Columnist Who Is Pro-Choice
She’s pro-Israel, #NeverTrumper who has chronicled (and criticized) the “intellectual Dark Web.” Prefabricated ideological boxes need not apply: Reason podcast, by Nick Gillespie

The New York Times’ Bari Weiss Wins the 2018 Bastiat Prize, via Reason Foundation

Don’t Ban the Bomb, by Bret Stephens

Thank God for the Atom Bomb, by Bret Stephens

A Voice of Hate in America’s Heartland, by Richard Fausset

Them: Adventures with Extremists, by Jon Ronson

An incomplete list of books regarding black armed resistance, by Jared Labell

Black Maverick: T. R. M. Howard’s Fight for Civil Rights and Economic Power, by David T. Beito and Linda Royster Beito

To Shake Their Guns in the Tyrant’s Face: Libertarian Political Violence and the Origins of the Militia Movement, by Robert H. Churchill

Libertarians and Political Violence, by Jared Labell

Defense Distributed

Nashville says farewell with a moving, messy series finale, via Entertainment Weekly

Veterans of Future Wars: A Study in Student Activism, by Donald W. Whisenhunt

Army of Cops, by Pig Destroyer

Drone Bomb Me, by ANOHNI

Lucy’s Patreon

 

 

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Jared Labell was the Executive Director of The Libertarian Institute. A native of Texas, Jared is a history major whose work and interviews have been published by dozens of radio, newspaper, and television stations across Illinois and publicized nationally, including such media outlets as the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, WGN, Fox, ABC, NPR, and the Illinois Radio Network, as well as Antiwar.com, the Future of Freedom Foundation, and the Foundation for Economic Education.