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“The Freedom of Thought Can Not Be Taken Away, It Can Only Be Given Away.” The Free Thought Prophet: Free thinking humor and enlightenment is our main goal here. We host a weekly Atheist podcast, that post here and on YouTube. We are a group of secular freethinkers who love to talk, debate, enlighten and laugh. We also enjoy SciFi, conspiracy theories, politics, Atheist issues, pints of Guinness, single malt whiskey and low brow humor.
 
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Xander Arena is a researcher who has devoted the last half-decade to uncovering the truth behind what unfolded in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 1, 2017. In this podcast, Jason, Matt, and Don sit down with Xander to discuss multiple chilling aspects of America's deadliest mass shooting in recent history. Xander has filed multiple freedom of informati…
 
Athiest Alliance International has released a Disclosure Document and of course we have plenty to say about it. Chesh @GoblinQChesh joins us as we dive into it. #AthiestAllianceInternational #Chesh #BarryPurcell #JohnHamill #MartinBoers #Seamus Find Chesh @GoblinQChesh https://www.youtube.com/c/cheshireviq…
 
On this week's podcast, Jason and Matt sit down with Dan Dicks. Dan is an investigative journalist and an award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is also the founder of the independent media outlet known as Press For Truth which produces videos and documentary films about issues that the mainstream media often fails to report. Dan's list of documen…
 
Maj Toure is an American libertarian political activist and rapper. Toure is closely associated with the Mises Caucus wing of the American Libertarian Party. A native of North Philadelphia, Toure founded the educational nonprofit organization Black Guns Matter in 2016. Through the Black Guns Matter movement, Toure and his group educate and inform u…
 
Derrick Broze is a freelance investigative journalist, documentary filmmaker, author, and public speaker seeking to expose corruption, find solutions to the problems that affect all of humanity, and promote localization and decentralization. Derrick is a Houstonian who has survived depression, drug addiction, and prison. For more than a decade, Bro…
 
On this week's Free Thought Project Podcast, Jason and Matt sit down with Luis Fernando Mises. Luis is a Consultant who teaches Leadership all over the United States. He's also a Yoga instructor, a Meditation teacher, a student of Austrian Economics, a Statesman with the Libertarian Party, a Curandero, an Entrepreneur, and a Family man. He realized…
 
This week Jason and Matt had the pleasure of talking to the Godfather of the libertarian police accountability movement and co-founder of Cop Block, Pete Eyre. Pete's name is well known in liberty circles far and wide. For years Pete lived in Keene, New Hampshire with the Free State Project, in the late 2000's Pete worked with Bureaucrash, and arou…
 
This week we had the pleasure of talking to American Libertarian political activist and 2020 Libertarian Party Vice Presidential Candidate, Spike Cohen. We spoke to Spike for half the podcast about current topics such as the Elon Twitter takeover and the cancellation of celebrities who question the status quo. In the second half of the podcast, we …
 
This week on The Free Thought Project Podcast, we spoke to author, speaker, freedom advocate, homeschooling champion, and right to travel activist, David James Rodriguez. David explains what he is currently focused on, why he recently made a video directed at Kanye West, what made him leave the city for more rural living, how to connect with other …
 
Our guest this week is Scott Horton. Horton is director of the Libertarian Institute, editorial director of Antiwar.com, host of Antiwar Radio on Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles, California and podcasts the Scott Horton Show from ScottHorton.org. He’s the author of the 2021 book Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism, the 2017 book,…
 
This week we scrambled to produce a podcast after our guest canceled. At the last minute, we invited world-renowned researcher, Gavin Nascimento and popular content creator and Libertarian darling, Carey Wedler to join us. On this impromptu, yet hard-hitting podcast, we talked about the incoming CBDC's and Digital ID that the corporate media is jus…
 
The Jones Act biases American shippers and shipbuilders at the expense of international competition, passing higher prices onto consumers and kneecapping free trade. The Cato Institute (and others) have been urging the government to reform this protectionist policy for several years now. But new findings prompt us to ask; how could such an ordinary…
 
James Corbett is an award-winning investigative journalist who started The Corbett Report website in 2007 as an outlet for independent critical analysis of politics, society, history, and economics. Since then he has written, recorded and edited thousands of hours of audio and video media for the website, including a podcast and several regular onl…
 
The rise of global populism reveals a tension in Western thinking about democracy. Warnings about the "populist threat" to democracy and "authoritarian" populism are now commonplace. However, as Emily B. Finley argues in The Ideology of Democratism, dismissing "populism" as anti-democratic is highly problematic. In effect, such arguments essentiall…
 
Our guest this week is the one and only James Freeman. James is a First amendment auditor, cop watcher, and Voluntaryist with a HUGE YouTube following. A number of his videos have gone CRAZY viral across the internet over the past few years. In this episode, we speak with James about what got him into First amendment audits, his experiences with fa…
 
The illustrious, ingenious, notorious PVD is back with us once again. Today, he and Trevor sit down to discuss dilemmas of flood damages following Hurricane Ian, the viability of subsidies for nuclear energy, and minimum wage increase’s effects on workers’ wages. Peter references the following: The National Flood Insurance Program: Solving Congress…
 
Adopted in 1868, the Fourteenth Amendment profoundly changed the Constitution, giving the federal judiciary and Congress new powers to protect the fundamental rights of individuals from being violated by the states. Yet, according to Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick in their new book The Original Meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment: Its Letter and Sp…
 
While serving in the Army as a member of Alpha Company, 3rd US Infantry, Adam Eisenberg was one of the first people on the ground after the Pentagon was attacked on 9/11. Eisenberg has come forward as a whistleblower in recent years to detail his observations on that fateful day. Eisenberg's unit landed at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, to recover…
 
After two government bailouts of the US economy in less than twenty years, free market ideology is due for serious reappraisal. In his new book Free Market: The History of an Idea, MacArthur Fellow and USC professor Jacob Soll details how we got to this current crisis, and how we can find our way out by looking to earlier iterations of free market …
 
Dayna Martin is an advocate, speaker, educator, and author of three books about parenting and homeschooling. Dayna been featured on The Dr. Phil Show, CNN, Nightline, Fox News, and 60 Minutes. She was used as an informational resource for Homeschooling stories on the Discovery Channel, The Today Show and Our America on the OWN Network and the Oprah…
 
American public schooling was established to unify diverse people and prepare citizens for democracy. Intuitively, it would teach diverse people the same values, preferably in the same buildings, with the goal that they will learn to get along and uphold government by the people. But intuition can be wrong; significant evidence suggests that public…
 
Folks, friends, fam, revolutionaries, and the unitiated, We have been taking the time to make sure conversations that needed to be had were had over the past two years. Now, it is time to take a break to pursue our passions. We are working on opening a community and cultural center in Oceanside, California while teaching free art and music classes …
 
Johnny Vedmore is an independent investigative journalist and musician from Cardiff, Wales. His work aims to expose the powerful people who are overlooked by other journalists and bring new information to his readers. On this episode of the podcast, Matt and Jason sit down with Johnny to discuss the deep ties of the Council on Foreign Relations, an…
 
Generations of people have been taught that population growth makes resources scarcer. In 2021, for example, one widely publicized report argued, “The world's rapidly growing population is consuming the planet's natural resources at an alarming rate . . . the world currently needs 1.6 Earths to satisfy the demand for natural resources . . . [a figu…
 
Cody Wilson is the founder of the Austin-based Defense Distributed — the first private defense contractor in service of the general public. Since 2012’s Wiki Weapon project, pioneered by Wilson, Defense Distributed has defined the state of the art in small scale, digital, personal gunsmithing technology. In the years since it began the project has …
 
Americans are understandably squeamish about official racial and ethnic classifications. Nevertheless, they are ubiquitous in American life. Applying for a job, mortgage, university admission, citizenship, government contracts, and much more involves checking a box stating whether one is Black, White, Asian, Hispanic, or Native American. David Bern…
 
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