For this episode, I am joined by Daniel and Robert from the Actual Anarchy podcast for the latest episode of the Libertarian Union Talkshow! We talk about the new Article 13 copyright rules of the EU, Assange’s prospects after his expulsion from the Ecuadorian embassy and Larken Rose’s Candles in the dark. I hope you’ll enjoy it, and don’t hesitate to get in touch for questions, suggestions or comments!
It took a while to release this episode because of technical issues, but now it’s out: the review of Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink, part 1! Because I have described the content in the last post, I won’t rehash that.
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I hope you like it, and if you have any questions, comments or suggestions, don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Under normal conditions, I would have released a new podcast episode right now. Unfortunately, I seem to be having some major technical issues with the laptop I use to edit my raw audio. It appears that the audio jack has somehow been damaged to such an extent that it no longer recognizes the headset as an audio output. This makes it difficult, if not impossible to pay attention to the finer details that need to be tinkered with in order to produce an adequate audio file. Because of that I am postponing this release by at least one week.
The topic is a review of the book Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin, and it was recorded as a discussion with Tony Rockamora of the Don’t Waste Your Hate podcast. In the first episode, we discuss Part I: Winning the War Within. I think we had a very interesting discussion that you’ll definitely like if you are interested in the topic of leadership. So by all means, stay tuned for the upcoming release, and if you want to get in touch you can find me on social media, leave a comment or send me an e-mail at email@example.com!
After some issues with my libsyn plugin, I am posting my latest episode in an indirect way.
In this episode, I talk about Xeer and Hawala, two curious systems that show that complicated institutions like legal and payment systems can function without state control!
I use one of my first text books of my Bachelor of Law to discuss some fundamental concepts in law. This is only the first chapter of that book, so I can and probably will go into a lot more detail on this. I hope you enjoy it!
My first regular episode, my interview with Patrick McFarlane of the Liberty Weekly podcast. We talk about his background in starting the podcast, his legal-themed episodes, the Libertarian Union and more. It has been quite some time since this episode was recorded, so some of the information is now out of date. He is no longer in law school for instance. Much of the information is more timeless though, and an updated interview is up for consideration!
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After a lot of delays, a lot of procrastination and a lot of learning, I am ready for release! This is my launch episode, where I introduce myself, the goals of this podcast and it’s origins.
I hope you”ll like it!
Very soon I will be uploading the first episodes of this podcast/blog project. Stay tuned for more! You can get in touch through the comment section or by mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will also be maintaining several social media platforms, which shall be shared as soon as they are finalized. If you would like to support the project financially, I will set up options for that as well and let you know as soon as they are set up. I hope you’ll like my little labor of love!