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Chatter #262 – Cynthia McKinney: A Career Spent Fighting The System – From Civil Rights To Covid

Cynthia McKinney was the first African-American woman from Georgia elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1992. With a background in foreign policy, McKinney used her seat on the Armed Services and International Relations Committees to address human rights issues. She later left the Democratic party and ran for President as…

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Chatter #203 – Professor James Robinson – Why Nations Fail Part 1: Does Freedom Lead To Prosperity?

Why Nations Fail may be the best book I have read this year, so I was absolutely delighted when both of the authors agreed to speak to me on my podcast! This is the first of these interviews, with Professor James A. Robinson. The main idea that I took from the book was…

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Chatter #135 – Adam McGibbon On #KillTheBill, The Right To Protest And If Violence Is Ever Acceptable

Adam McGibbon is an activist and writer originally from Belfast. He has a long history of being involved in social and environmental protest. He was Vice President of Queen’s University Belfast Students’ Union during the successful 2010-11 campaign to stop university tuition fee increases. He has been involved in direct action protests against…

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Chatter #129 – Andrew Allison on Freedom, Inalienable Rights, and Classical Liberalism

Express VPN 12 Months 35% off!! Andrew Allison, head of campaigns at The Freedom Association was my guest on today’s show. The Freedom Association is a non-partisan, centre-right, classically liberal campaign group who “seek to challenge all erosion of civil liberties and campaign in support of individual liberty, freedom of expression, and free…

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