National talk show host Mike Church sits down with me to discuss his career giving his Sirius/XM audience with a real time transition from being a War Hawk to a non-interventionist. He recounts the personal impact of regret for his hawkish beginnings to the flood of threats received when he began promoting peace. We also discuss the value of family, his Catholicism and moving his show from satellite to internet radio.
Dr. Paul talks about practicing medicine, medical philanthropy and what it was like for him to deliver babies. He explains why the power of voluntary answers and free markets serve the benefits of society.
Most interesting was the special moment where Ron Paul shares why he believes in doing things from the principle of anonymity “if you do it from the heart and yo
William Paul Young, author of The Shack which sold 22 million copies worldwide, Cross Roads, and his soon to be released book Eve sits down with Kurt Wallace to discuss his life experience as a sexual abuse survivor. Young talks about how Eve intertwines with today's world with the issue of human trafficking. He shares on the importance of challenging the dogma of religion in the story of Adam and Eve. Young expands on what he calls the cry of humanity.
Jeffery Tucker talks about anarchy, his Catholic faith and fatherhood with Kurt Wallace.
Kurt Wallace sat down with Patrick Byrne, CEO of Overstock.com, Phd in philosophy and pioneer in cryptotechnologies, to discuss Overtstock’s offering of the first cryptosecurities using bitcoin’s blockchain technology. He explains how the blockchain works and its advantages over today’s DTC, or depository trust company which centrally manages security entitlement transfers for brokerage houses.
He gives us insight on his Austrian economic libertarian beliefs and shares his philosophy on life crediting Warren Buffett, who mentored him from age 13. Patrick also explains why having had cancer has made his life better.