Micah Salaberrios: Fundamental Principles of Nonviolent Communication (23m)

This episode features author Micah Salaberrios, host of the Art of NVC podcast, from 2019. He examines 7 fundamental principles of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), which include: 1. No evaluations; 2. Authenticity; 3. Blame no one for your feelings; 4. When in doubt, express how you feel; 5. Feelings are one word; 6. Never imply someone else is wrong or bad; 7. No compromise. Purchase books by Micah Salaberrios on Amazon here.

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Daniel Ikenson: How Free Trade Creates Wealth (58m)

This episode features an interview of trade policy researcher Daniel Ikenson from 2015 by Trevor Burrus and Aaron Powell, hosts of the Free Thoughts podcast. He explains how trade between countries increases wealth all around—and why restricting that trade is harmful to economic growth. Purchase books by Daniel Ikenson on Amazon here.

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Radley Balko: The Militarized Police State (40m)

This episode features a talk by investigative journalist Radley Balko from 2013. Balko looks at the increasing militarization of American police forces. Purchases books by Radley Balko on Amazon here.

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Martha Pieper: How to Give Your Child a Foundation of Inner Happiness (36m)

This episode features an interview of author and psychotherapist Martha Heineman Pieper from 2017 by Laura Markham of Aha! Parenting. They discuss dealing with children in a way that make both parent and child, and their relationship, much better off. Purchase books by Martha Pieper on Amazon here.

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Jason Brennan: Do We Have a Duty to Obey the Government? (58m)

This episode features an interview of philosopher and political scientist Jason Brennan from 2013 by Trevor Burrus and Aaron Powell, hosts of the Free Thoughts podcast. Conventional wisdom holds that governments make laws and their citizens have a duty to obey them. Most people think that’s so obvious that we don’t even really need to discuss it. But is it? Governments certainly want us to obey them, but what sort of arguments are there for why we should? Purchase books by Jason Brennan on Amazon here.

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Richard Ebeling: Non-Intervention, America’s Founding Foreign Policy (34m)

This episode features a talk by ethics and economics professor Richard Ebeling from 2018. America is enmeshed in permanent, ongoing foreign wars and interventions. The results of foreign interventionism have been catastrophic, not only in terms of massive death and destruction abroad, but also in terms of ongoing, ever-growing destruction of liberty, privacy, and prosperity here at home. It is time for America to do some serious soul-searching. The best place to begin is by examining first principles — especially the founding principle of non-interventionism on which our nation was founded and which remained its guiding principle for more than a century. Purchase books by Richard Ebeling on Amazon here.

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