Podcast #307: Confessions of A Recovering Libertarian (Salon.com Article Reaction)

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Another (close to) real-time reaction to an article from Salon.com. Listen as I try to maintain my composure while reading and analyzing a piece by Dustin Petzold called Confessions of a recovering Libertarian: How I escaped a world of Ron Paul hero worship. Will it be similar to our previous Salon.com reading entitled Confessions of a former Libertarian: My personal, psychological and intellectual epiphany?

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  1. I’m not sure if it was this show or not. But I don’t know if you have been following the Cult of Stefan Molyneux controversy or not. If not, then you should. Apparently he is giving the liberty movement a bad name. I really like a lot of what he has to say also, but it is unfortunate he is running his organization like a dangerous cult.

    I first clued in when he was saying not to look up criticism of himself and was making fun of people that would do that. Reminded me of the LDS church which I grew up in.

    But the interview on Freedom Feens was the clincher for me where they interviewed a couple of people that were in the “inner circle”. See the Rothbard article on it, or Shermer’s “Why People Believe Weird Things”.

    Regardless, Molyneux, unfortunately, is no friend of the liberty movement.

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