In this episode, three minarchists attempt to answer the question of whether or not it is philosophically consistent for anarchists to vote.
In this episode, the SPP team broaches the topic of whether or not academia has a responsibility in educating the public.
In this week’s episode, we discuss the idea of a “wall of separation” between church and state and how it relates to the first amendment.
Join the SPP team this week as we discuss the history and philosophy of gambling in the United States and life.
Today we discuss the origins of monetary systems. This discussion stems from an age old…or at least a couple year old argument between Mike and John in which they disagree about whether or not a barter system ever existed. Starting from there, we look at methods of accounting for wealth in ancient societies that varied from large stones to shiny rocks, to beads, to today’s currency of data.
Join the SPP team and our guest Joel Gardner as we discuss jury nullification and all of the ins, outs, ifs and whats of this strange common law artifact.
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In this week’s episode, the SPP team tackles eminent domain, discovering why it exists, what purpose it was meant to serve, and should it exist?
In this week’s episode, the SPP team is joined by Matt as we discuss the Federal Reserve, inflation and interest rates and their impact on average citizens.
In this week’s episode, the SPP team brings in a special guest to discuss the ins and outs of intellectual property. Is it a real thing?