Problems Facing the Liberty Movement Ep. 106

by | Feb 16, 2019

Keith and I livestream a discussion about how our perceptions of the Liberty Movement have changed throughout the years. We chronicle what we believe are the biggest challenges facing libertarians going forwards. We close with a good discussion regarding secession.

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Show Notes:

How to Talk to Statists: A Report from Larken Rose’s “Candles in the Dark Feat. Actual Anarchy Ep. 26

Corbett Report: Debunking a Century of War Lies

The Case for Anarchism by Keith Knight

The Case for Capitalism by Keith Knight

63 Documents the Government Doesn’t Want You to Read by Jesse Ventura (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Corbett Report: Meet Noam Chomsky: Academic Gatekeeper

The Guardian: “Bush rejects Taliban offer to hand Bin Laden over” Oct. 14 2001

“Decision Points” by George W. Bush (Amazon Affiliate Link)

Getting to Ancapistan-“Secession Begins at Home” Ep. 17

“Truth is a Lonely Warrior” by James Perloff (Amazon Affiliate Link)

About Patrick Macfarlane

Patrick MacFarlane is the Justin Raimondo Fellow at the Libertarian Institute where he advocates a noninterventionist foreign policy. He is a Wisconsin attorney in private practice. He is the host of the Liberty Weekly Podcast at, where he seeks to expose establishment narratives with well researched documentary-style content and insightful guest interviews. His work has appeared on,, and Zerohedge. He may be reached at

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