We had some time to ask Glenn some questions about selling liberty, education and the trivium at Orlando for the Orange County Campaign for Liberty chapter on 2/1/14.
A speech in Orlando for the Orange County Campaign for Liberty chapter on 2/1/14 by Glenn “Kane” Jacobs. In this part of the speech He talks about Libertarianism and How to market freedom.
In September, Glenn participated in a Messengers for Liberty event where he talked for over an hour on Austrian Economics. Check out the video below to see what he had to share with us.
This week, Glenn joins The Tony Stiles Show for a 12 minute interview to talk about politics and government affairs.
Last month, Lions of Liberty had Glenn Jacobs in for an interview for their Episode 6 show. Below you can read a brief on the episode as well as how you can listen to the full interview, and of course how you can support Lions of Liberty.
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I am joined by WWE Wrestler and libertarian activist, Glenn Jacobs. Glenn discusses how he came to understand libertarian ideas, the difference between Austrian economics and mainstream economics, the problem with Milton Friedman, and shatters some myths about libertarianism. He also takes questions from our listeners!
You can listen to the interview here: Lions of Liberty Episode 6 Podcast
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Libertarian Tom Woods recently had an interview with Glenn Jacobs to talk about Libertarianism and Glenn’s heroes. You can listen to the entire near-30 minute interview using the video below. There are a few mentions to wrestling, but that is to be expected.
Disgraced former U.S. congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. has suddenly developed a “mood disorder,” making him eligible to collect $8,700 per month in government disability payments. Ironically, Jackson showed no signs of such a malady until he faced a prison sentence and the possible loss of his federal pension.
Understandably, situations like Jackson’s invite outrage. But while his particular case is egregious, it is the banal forms of government corruption that are endemic in our system that should really concern us.
Chief among these is what Jackson’s case illustrates: the political class is subject to a different set of laws than the rest of us.