Spider-Man comes out next week, so Caleb spends this episode of MilLiberty discussing the objectivist roots that, at least in part, inspired the hero.
In conclusion to our series on futurism, Caleb has a conversion this week on the colonization and commercialization of Space. Punch it, Chewie!
On this week's episode of MilLiberty, we are beginning a 3 part series on futurism and liberty. For this edition, Caleb covers automation, AI, and UBI.
2018 was a big year for the liberty movement, and there is a lot of potential for the new year. Here are 4 things that need to happen for liberty in 2019.
Your smart gadgets may be used against you. Hampshire investigators will be deposing Alexa in the near future, according to a recent court ruling.
Stan Lee, the man responsible for creating so many iconic characters such as Spider-Man, Iron Man, and the Hulk, died today at the age of 95.
In 1973, the Supreme Court held in Roe v Wade that women have a right to obtain an abortion, as part of a constitutional right to privacy, with the possibility for regulations subject to differing levels of state interest dependent on how far along the pregnancy was. In 1992, the Read more…
This week on MilLiberty, Caleb discusses the cultural influences on society, how they manage to affect people’s thinking about issues, and why libertarians should tap into it. He also gives a brief review of Avengers: Infinity War and they lessons it teaches.
This week on MilLiberty, Caleb is out, but the show goes on! Stephen Kent is the guest host this week and he also brings on Andrew Heaton with Reason TV to talk about politics and pop culture. Stephen Kent is the co-host of Beltway Banthas, a podcast fusing the worlds Read more…