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Née le 5 mars 1965 à Londres (Angleterre). Edith Heard est généticienne de formation. Elle a suivi des études en sciences naturelles à l’Université de Cambridge au Royaume-Uni et a préparé son doctorat au « Imperial Cancer Research Fund » à Londres. Edith Heard est arrivée en France, à l’Institut Pasteur en 1990. Elle dirige aujourd’hui à l’Institut Curie, l’Unité de Génétique et biologie du développement et l’équipe « Épigenèse et développement des mammifères ». Elle a reçu de nombreuses di ...
 
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Corey DeAngelis, national director of research at the American Federation for Children, discusses his passion for advocating that school funding follow each student to wherever parents choose to send them as well as how the last 18 months has affected both government schools and trends in homeschooling. Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrev…
 
Kyle Anzalone discusses the long-awaited pullout from Afghanistan, the Biden administration’s foreign policy tendencies, and the “pivot to Asia” and what that might mean for China’s plans to invade and occupy Taiwan. Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrevolution.com/62 Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisescaucus.c…
 
Glenn Jacobs discusses his longtime interest in libertarianism and Austrian economics, what it’s been like as mayor throughout the COVID fiasco, and how libertarian ideas have the best chance of success at the local level. Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrevolution.com/61 Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisesca…
 
James Bovard discusses the latest news on the COVID front, the events of Jan. 6, the Deep State’s tactics against libertarians and other dissenters, and the role of the corporate media. Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrevolution.com/60 Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisescaucus.com TakeHumanAction.com Paid for…
 
Patrick Newman discusses why the Austrian approach to economics is still a minority view in academia, the similarities between the 2008 crash and the 2021 economy, and the parallels between the Progressive Era and the “woke” corporatism of today. Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrevolution.com/59 Offer feedback and guest suggestions at com…
 
Linnea Gabbard (Arkansas), Will Hobson (Oregon), and Celicia Slafter (Florida) explain why they became state organizers for the Libertarian Party Mises Caucus, what that role entails, and the unique issues in each of their states Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrevolution.com/58 Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lp…
 
The writer and director of The Unseen, a documentary film from LPMC California's media team about four small business owners struggling to survive during the 2020 lockdowns. Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrevolution.com/57 Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisescaucus.com TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PA…
 
Michael Rectenwald's remarks from Saturday, May 15 at the Take Human Action Bash 2021. More talks from this event will be posted here as bonus episodes of Decentralized Revolution. They can also be seen on the Mises Caucus YouTube channel. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescaucus/message…
 
Sheldon Richman explains the history of Palestine and the State of Israel, and why that history is crucial to understanding the present-day conflict. Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrevolution.com/56 Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisescaucus.com TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- Send in a voice me…
 
Dr. Ron Paul looks back on his career and shares stories about his early encounters with libertarian icons and their works, his experiences with the LP, and the need for the liberty movement to have a positive culture. Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrevolution.com/55 Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisescaucus…
 
Jeff Deist's remarks from Saturday, May 15 at the Take Human Action Bash 2021. More talks from this event will be posted here as bonus episodes of Decentralized Revolution. They can also be seen on the Mises Caucus YouTube channel. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescaucus/message
 
Scott Horton's remarks on recent events around the Israeli occupation of Palestine from Friday, May 14 at the Take Human Action Bash 2021. More talks from this event will be posted here as bonus episodes of Decentralized Revolution. They can also be seen on the Mises Caucus YouTube channel. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescaucus…
 
Gerard Casey discusses his recent trilogy of books (Hidden Agender, After #MeToo, and ZAP: Free Speech and Tolerance in the Light of the Zero Aggression Principle) exploring the political climate around free speech and tolerance, his lifelong journey toward libertarianism and Christianity, and the history of the idea of liberty—including the key co…
 
Dave Smith's remarks on unity in the libertarian movement and the Libertarian Party from Friday, May 14 at the Take Human Action Bash 2021. More talks from this event will be posted here as bonus episodes of Decentralized Revolution. They can also be seen on the Mises Caucus YouTube channel. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescaucu…
 
Lyman Bishop (founder, owner, and CEO of Hoplite Armor) shares his story of creating innovative body armor products for use by “the common man,” his policy of not selling to law enforcement departments or militaries, and his 2020 run for Montana governor as a Libertarian—as well as his possible future in the LP. Show notes for this episode: decentr…
 
Angela McArdle is a Mises Caucus board member and the chair of the Libertarian Party of Los Angeles County. She shares her decision to run for chair of the Libertarian National Committee, the need for LP national to have much better messaging, and the response she’s getting as she campaigns at state Libertarian conventions across the country. Show …
 
Scott Beyer is an urban affairs journalist who owns and manages the Market Urbanism Report, which reports on attempts to help cities function better through free-market policy. Scott discusses what’s working and what’s not in American cities and the challenge of getting city insiders to consider market-oriented reforms. He also explores the possibi…
 
Dan McKnight shares how his experiences in the US Marines, the US Army, and the Idaho National Guard—plus reading Scott Horton—led him to found BringOurTroopsHome.US and help create and lobby for the Defend the Guard act, which would use decentralization to rein in American foreign policy. He also shares what he would say to someone considering joi…
 
The prolific Walter Block discusses his groundbreaking Defending the Undefendable series, an area of disagreement with his mentor Murray Rothbard, his thoughts on the Trump administration, and his take on the pandemic. Show notes for this episode: decentralizedrevolution.com/49 Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisescaucus…
 
Dave Smith (Part of the Problem), LPMC Chair Michael Heise, and LNC Secretary Caryn Ann Harlos got together for a livestream on the LMPC social media pages on Friday, Feb. 12 to discuss the use of the term “takeover” to describe the Mises Caucus plan to reform the Libertarian Party, how the various LP caucuses can work together, and the path forwar…
 
Scott Horton (The Libertarian Institute, Antiwar.com) talks about his book Enough Already, which serves as a concise summary of American foreign policy since the Carter administration. He also offers his take on the Time magazine “Shadow Campaign” article and the incoming Biden administration, including Biden’s shift in policy toward Yemen. Show no…
 
Stephan Kinsella is an intellectual property lawyer and author of Against Intellectual Property. In addition to IP, he shares his thoughts on the incoming administration, the GameStop story, and the work of Hans-Hermann Hoppe. Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisescaucus.com TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- S…
 
Antonia Okafor Cover is the daughter of Nigerian immigrants who considered herself a liberal feminist in college, but her outlook began to change when she realized the right to self-defense is essential to personal freedom and empowerment. She went on to help enact “campus carry” legislation in Texas and is now director of outreach for Gun Owners o…
 
Norm Singleton shares stories and insights from his time with Ron Paul’s presidential campaigns and as Dr. Paul’s legislative director in Congress, work which led to his current role at Campaign for Liberty. He also analyzes why a populist strategy is the one most likely to lead to success for the liberty movement. Offer feedback and guest suggesti…
 
Eric Peters is a veteran automotive journalist who covers that industry from a libertarian viewpoint. In this episode, we discuss how and why the US government completely transformed the US auto industry through regulation and the likely push to ban internal combustion engines, along with some classic car movies. Offer feedback and guest suggestion…
 
Gene Epstein discusses his evolution from a “red diaper baby” to an economic journalist inspired by Mises and Rothbard before going on to talk about the damage done by the government’s response to the pandemic—and then reminds us all of reasons to be optimistic. Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisescaucus.com TakeHumanAc…
 
Kerry Baldwin and Dick Clark are—along with Norman Horn and Doug Stuart—co-authors of Faith Seeking Freedom: Libertarian Christian Answers to Tough Questions. They explain the mission of the LCI and the need for moral clarity on issues involving violence and the state. Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications at lpmisescaucus.com Take…
 
Michael Rectenwald returns to Decentralized Revolution to discuss “The Google Election,” his recent talk at a Mises Institute event as well as his new dystopian novel Thought Criminal. Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications@lpmisescaucus.com. TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mi…
 
Sheldon Richman (Libertarian Institute) offers insight about America’s founding from the revolution through the ratification of the Constitution, focusing on the misinformation everyone’s taught about the Articles of Confederation, the Federalists’ open support for a government-friendly approach to interpreting the Constitution, and the Anti-Federa…
 
Connor Boyack, who’s also founder and president of Utah’s Libertas Institute, explains how his 2014 book Feardom: How Politicians Exploit Your Emotions and What You Can Do to Stop Them can help us through the media and government’s reaction to COVID-19. He also tells us about the origins of the Tuttle Twins series and the forthcoming animated serie…
 
Jason Bassler tells the story of how he helped create some of the most popular pro-Liberty content of the last decade, how and why Facebook, Twitter and other big platforms have been silencing him and others, and what will need to happen to break up the Facebook monolith. Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications@lpmisescaucus.com. Tak…
 
Gret Glyer explains how he created the decentralized charity platform DonorSee, how governments and NGOs often don’t accomplish what they intend, and how the US response to the COVID pandemic has had ill effects in the developing world. Offer feedback and guest suggestions at communications@lpmisescaucus.com. TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises P…
 
Scott Horton offers updates and analysis on the Julian Assange case, the war in Yemen, and Israel’s peace deal with the UAE and Bahrain—as well as some advice on how the Jorgensen ticket might gain some traction by hitting Trump and Biden on foreign policy. TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mis…
 
John Bush explains the benefits of Kratom and CBD, how the Freedom Cell Network creates more liberty, and how the LP can be more influential in the political sphere. TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescaucus/message
 
The Pholosopher explains how she, as a daughter of immigrants, discovered libertarian philosophy, the secrets to her success as a social media personality, and her relatively recent interest in firearms. DecentralizedRevolution.com/33 TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescaucus/message…
 
Michael Rectenwald discusses the ideologies dominating academia—including Marxism and post-modernism—the way in which the state forces people to police and censor themselves, his forthcoming novel Thought Criminal, and the liberating art of Bob Dylan. TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescauc…
 
Mike Maharrey talks about how state governments can encourage sound money, whether libertarians should work with “commies” or “fascists” on issues coalitions, and his view that libertarianism is closer than other ideologies to a proper Christian view of governance—which he explores on his GodArchy blog and podcast (GodArchy.org). TakeHumanAction.co…
 
Sheldon Richman talks about his most recent book from The Libertarian Institute—which combines a Misesian approach to economics, libertarian class theory, and natural rights—as well as his libertarian journey and his previous book, Coming to Palestine. TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescau…
 
Angela McArdle talks about her recent Soho Forum debate representing Jo Jorgensen, the Libertarian activism she’s done in Los Angeles, and the divides within the LP. TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescaucus/message
 
Anthony Welti talks about the reforms that a Libertarian insurance commissioner could enact, why he’s been running his race for three years, and what other Libertarian candidates can do to maximize their chances of success. TakeHumanAction.com Paid for by Mises PAC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/misescaucus/message…
 
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