Are you a fan of Dan Carlin, George Friedman, Stephen Kotkin, and Victor Davis Hanson?

by | Apr 25, 2020

Are you a fan of Dan Carlin, George Friedman, Stephen Kotkin, and Victor Davis Hanson?

by | Apr 25, 2020

Good, because we are looking for an American podcast host who is knowledgeable in the following areas:

  • Military history
  • Firearms history
  • American history
  • Ethics and philosophy
  • Constitutional law
  • Ron Paul’s presidential campaigns

Skill-wise, we’re looking for:

  • Affable personality
  • Confident on-air (radio experience is a plus)
  • An experienced host and interviewer
  • An engaging storyteller
  • Tech-savvy enough to record podcasts
  • A reliable, quiet place to record at with good wi-fi

We think someone in the Libertarian Institute community might be a good fit for this role.

For more information and how to get in touch with us, visit our job posting.

If you’re curious about the podcast and the type of content featured, please have a listen here: The Resistance Library Podcast

About Sam Jacobs

Sam Jacobs is the lead writer and chief historian at Ammo.com. Work from Ammo.com's Resistance Library has been featured by USA Today, Reason, Bloomberg's Business Week, Zero Hedge, The Guardian, and National Review as well as many other prominent news and alt-news publications. Sam grew up in a working-class suburb in New England. He has lived in the EU, so has spent a lot of time in countries that don’t value gun freedom. He currently lives off-grid with his wife and kid back in the U.S.

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