139 - Bryan Caplan Interview Follow Up

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZnZPUp8b-I After interviewing Bryan Caplan about his book, The Case Against Education, I had so many thoughts rolling around my head that I decided to record a separate follow up episode. In this episode, I cover where I think Bryan is right, where I think he is…


138 - Bryan Caplan on The Case Against Education

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cH1D1I-70w Bryan Caplan's new book The Case Against Education, argues against the common arguments the value of school and college. Most people would consider his view pretty radical. He recommends massive cuts to education spending and that many people should not…


137 - How Cryptocurrency Can Improve Content, with Ryan X. Charles

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doSjTtlipGs Ryan X Charles is the co-founder and CEO of Yours.org, a social media platform that uses cryptocurrency micropayments to incentive creators and support better content. Ryan has a fascinating backstory of leaving academia and diving headfirst into…


136 - 'Your Next Government?' with Tom W. Bell

Tom W. Bell is a lawyer, author, and professor focused on the future of legal systems and government. Whether it is Seasteading, double democracy, or special economic zones, Tom is at the cutting edge for ideas about the future of government. In this episode, we dive deep into his new book “Your…


135 - Robin Hanson on 'The Elephant in the Brain'

Robin Hanson is a professor of economics at George Mason University. He is the author of The Age of Em and co-author of the new book The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life which is a facilitating look into the real reasons that motivate people and society. In this episode, Isaac…


134 - Thaddeus Russell and the Horrible Truth about WWII

Thaddeus Russell is the author of Renegade History of the United States, founder of Renegade University, host of the Unregistered Podcast, and an intellectual entrepreneur. In this episode, Thaddeus and I dive into World War Two. The reasons why the US joined the war, why Franklin Roosevelt wanted…


133 - Dia De Muertos, Creating Structure as an Unschooler, Superhero Movies, and More with NL Morehouse

The most popular guest in show history is back! NL joins the show to talk about a wide range of topics including celebrating Day of the Dead, unschooling, starting a business, and a lot more. Topics Discussed: Why did NL decide to celebrate Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) Celebrations from other…


132 - Misfit Entrepreneurs with Dave Lukas

Dave Lukas is the Vice President and CSO of Grasp Technologies and the host of the Misfit Entrepreneur podcast. Dave grew up in an entrepreneurial family, and from a young age he was creating small businesses and finding opportunities to create businesses. That entrepreneurial spark has stuck with…


131 - WTF?! with Peter Leesson

Peter Leeson is a professor of economics and law at George Mason University, known for his work applying rational choice theory to unusual rituals and superstitions, piracy, and anarchy. His most recent book WTF?! an Economic Tour of the Weird, dives into some of the strangest rituals and events…


130 - Roger Ver on Bitcoin

Roger Ver is the CEO of Bitcoin.com and an early investor in bitcoin and many Bitcoin startups. His passion for free-market economics led him to bitcoin in the early days of the cryptocurrency and he has been a passionate advocate and investor ever since. In this conversation, we start with the…