Join New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods for your daily serving of liberty education! Guests include Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, David Stockman, and hundreds more, with topics like war, the Federal Reserve, net neutrality, the FDA, Austrian economics, and many other subjects of interest to libertarians. Join us!

Economist Bob Murphy joins me for a discussion of what really caused the Great Depression (it wasn't "capitalism") and bad explanations for what cured it.

It's getting crazy out there, folks. Connor Boyack, creator of the Tuttle Twins children's book series, joins me to discuss how intense the ideological battle is getting, and how we can equip young people with the intellectual tools to resist sophistry and propaganda.

Andrew Heaton joins us to discuss a popular recent proposal and the harms -- many of which are unknown to its proponents -- that it will surely cause. Sponsor: If you're tired of doom and gloom in your financial analysis, Merk Research offers a balanced, unbiased approach to the market and economy. Get a three-month free trial of their material at

Patrick and Jessica Harold, owners of Woodchips BBQ in Michigan and longtime Tom Woods Show listeners, stood up to the lockdowners -- as all too few businesses have. They share their story in this episode.

New Hampshire state legislator Melissa Blasek discusses her transition from quiet private citizen to outspoken, pro-freedom representative. Sponsor: ClickUp is the fastest growing productivity tool that's saving everyone one day a week by replacing work apps and bringing your tasks, docs, goals, chat, and more into a single place. ClickUp is free forever, so sign up today at

John Lee Dumas, host of the Entrepreneurs on Fire podcast, discusses some of the common themes he's encountered after interviewing 3000 entrepreneurs.

The Super Bowl was supposed to be a so-called superspreader event, or as Dr. Fauci put it, a series of mini-superspreaders in the form of Super Bowl parties in people's homes. in this episode I review what actually happened, and then draw some further conclusions about some of the sources of hysteria.

Is Iran on the verge of acquiring nuclear weapons, or is the case against Iran just propaganda? Scott Horton joins us to discuss. Sponsor: If you're tired of doom and gloom in your financial analysis, Merk Research offers a balanced, unbiased approach to the market and economy. Get a three-month free trial of their material at

Scott Horton and I discuss themes in the "War All the Time" chapter of his new book Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism. Sponsor: Lucy Nicotine, with their gum and lozenges, is an excellent way to stop smoking. Take 20% off any of their products when you use promo code WOODS at

Most of us believe the United States should stay out of Syria, but know few of the details beyond that. Scott Horton joins us for a masterclass on the subject.

Scott Horton joins us for a retrospective on the 2003 war in Iraq: the stated reasons, the real reasons, the conduct of the war, and the results.

Scott Horton joins us for a discussion of the pre-9/11 roots of the War on Terror, including Jimmy Carter's policies in Afghanistan and Iran, the Iran-Iraq War, and more.

Author Jeremy Hammond joins me to discuss the bizarre phenomenon we are observing today, where statements backed up by solid evidence get you in trouble, while mindlessly repeating obvious nonsense gets you celebrated. Sponsor: ClickUp is the fastest growing productivity tool that's saving everyone one day a week by replacing work apps and bringing your tasks, docs, goals, chat, and more into a single place. ClickUp is free forever, so sign up today at

James Delingpole, the great English author, commentator, and podcaster, joins me to discuss the bizarre phenomena of the past year and the even more bizarre phenomenon of almost total public acquiescence.

Caryn Ann Harlos, Secretary of the Libertarian Party, discusses the present and future of the Libertarian Party, and the peculiar lack of urgency in LP messaging about the 2020 lockdowns. Sponsor: Lucy Nicotine, with their gum and lozenges, is an excellent way to stop smoking. Take 20% off any of their products when you use promo code WOODS at:

Fresh off a debate with libertarian Dave Smith about whether the Libertarian Party or the Republican Party is the way to go for libertarians interested in politics, former Maine state senator Eric Brakey makes the case the GOP, despite its problems, could be salvageable, while I play occasional devil's advocate.

That's what David Leonhardt claims in a recent New York Times article. Gene Epstein joins me to dismantle this comic-book story. Sponsor: If you're tired of doom and gloom in your financial analysis, Merk Research offers a balanced, unbiased approach to the market and economy. Get a three-month free trial of their material at

Mark Skousen joins me to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the publication of Carl Menger's book Principles of Economics, the book that launched the Austrian School of economics. Plus, we discuss what Austrian economics can teach investors, and more.

Carla Gericke of the Free State Project updates us on what's happening in New Hampshire and gives us ideas for how liberty-lovers can support each other and keep each other sane during these difficult, even insane, times. Sponsor: Join Tom Woods Show guest David Gornoski for his unique libertarian podcast A Neighbor's Choice at

Sarah Anderson of FreedomWorks joins me to discuss the flurry of executive orders coming out of the Biden White House in its first days.