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We Are Libertarians helps you sound smarter while talking to your friends. Our goal is to help you understand national and local government as well as politics and policies from an independent point of view. We examine current events from a libertarian perspective while treating modern politics with all of the irreverence it deserves. We toss out the screaming heads, put people before political parties, and give context to the news to make you think. Our host is Chris Spangle, a fifteen year veteran of politics and media. He leads a discussion amongst friends and high-profile guests that span the libertarian spectrum of thought. Founded in 2012, the main podcast posts on Wednesdays with a shorter daily episode the other days.
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599 Episodes
Chris Spangle and Harry Price outline the death of Jeffrey Epstein. Was it suicide? Was it a conspiracy? Time StampsEpstein Conspiracies - 00:20:21Who is Epstein? - 00:50:19Epstein's Legal Issues - 01:02:15Epstein's Death - 01:14:41Show Notes Stapleton episode on Epstein Death: Convenient Death of Jeffrey Epstein - finds broken bones in Jeffrey Epstein’s neck, deepening questions around his death -
Chris Spangle examines the commonalities of mass shooters. Subscribe to the Chris Spangle Show here: Notes:
Chris Spangle, Harry Price, Tanner Perdew, and Kyle Orr talk about Tanner's struggle with addiction. He discusses why he was hooked and how he became sober. We discuss the details of the El Paso and Dayton shootings. Show Notes: Stamps:Opioids - 00:14:14Shooting Overview - 00:52:46El Paso Details - 01:01:42Dayton Details - 01:24:47Protecting Rights vs. Safety - 01:44:24
Chris Spangle and Harry Price cover Spangle's first trip to Canada, the protests in Puerto Rico and Hong Kong, and the growing threats to freedom by China. Puerto Rico - 00:16:31Hong Kong - 00:41:18Show Notes:
"The Swamp, Explained" series, Chris Spangle and Rob Quartel go in-depth on how Washington works. In this episode, they discuss ending the Department of Homeland Security and Trump's fight with the "Squad."Check out Rob's resume here: Have questions for Rob? Email us -
Listen in as candidates Max Abramson (new candidate!), Arvin Vohra, Benjamin Leder. and Daniel Behrman discusses climate change, oil drilling, pipelines, fracking, subsidies, emission offsets, car registration, agricultural impact, and more.
Miranda is new to libertarianism and has some questions about politics and philosophy. In this first episode in our new Path to Libertarianism series, Chris Spangle answers Miranda's questions about running third-party, gerrymandering, age of consent laws, monetary policy without the government, how the environment would be protected in the absence of the EPA, and how to talk to friends without sounding crazy. 00:13:10 - Question 1: Why is there a two-party system?00:38:56 - Where does libertarianism come from?00:55:10 - Age of Consent01:09:41 - How would money work without the Federal government?01:22:35 - How would we protect the environment in a libertarian society? 01:34:40 - Is discrimination ok in a libertarian society?01:57:00 - How to spread libertarianism without pissing off friends
Chris Spangle, Harry Price, Rhinehold, Paul Copeland and Hodey Johns discuss the deteriorating conditions at the southern border. While immigration is a factor, our discussion is on the rights of prisoners. First, we tell you the conditions within the detention facilities. Then we discuss what rights a prisoner of the United States ought to have. We end by determining what Constitutional rights non-citizens have based on the Founders and the Supreme Court. Show Notes: is Happening At the Border? - Separation of Immigrant Children at the Border -
Chris Spangle, Harry Price, Rhinehold, Paul Copeland and Hodey Johns discuss getting dragged into a discussion between the LP and their Presidential candidates. We celebrate the 100th and final Daily. It will be re-branded and moved to a different feed.Debates:
A new Libertarian Presidential candidate joins the circuit! Find our about the state representative from New Hampshire as he discusses reuniting the family, debt, and how to get small business owners to cross the aisle into voting for a libertarian!Video:
Comments (3)

Shannon OC

Chris - I'm sad to see this show go. I only recently came to the realization that I've been eating up Leftist propaganda as truth for most of my life, and after several weeks of research and meditation, I came out the other side a Libertarian. I think what you're offering is important and sorely lacking in today's highly polarized world. It's hard to see where the truth is, when you're fed half stories colored with a particular narrative through most of the "news" and media behemoths. This show has had a tremendous impact on me in a very short period of time, and I really appreciate the effort and passion you sew into each episode. So anyway, thank you, and God speed. I can't wait to hear your next project.

Jul 7th

Bennett D

In the words of Viktor Frankl - "a man's suffering is similar to the behavior of a gas. If a certain quantity of gas is pumped into an empty chamber, it will fill the chamber completely and evenly, no matter how big the chamber. Thus suffering completely fills the human soul and conscious mind, no matter whether the suffering is great or little. Therefore the "size" of human suffering is absolutely relative."

Jun 20th

Bennett D

So what I'm getting is this: Mutualism: Good for running companies Capitalism: Good for running countries

Jun 3rd
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