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Podcast #277: Michael Dean Didn’t Like School, and Vice Versa

Michael W. Dean joins me for some casual conversation. Michael is the host of the popular Freedom Feens radio show and Michael Dean After Dark, as well as an author and a film maker. -What's so scary about Ray Kurzweil -Reading Michael's disciplinary reports -Making the arts more accessible, removing gatekeepers -Why do young people reject libertarianism -Going to college -Reverence for authors and scientists -Khan Academy vs. teachers -The "defective" label and treatment -Brett's teaching history -Do statists have the potential to be reached? -Are we in competition with each other? Look Closer: D.I.Y. or Die: How to Survive as an Independent Artist - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D.I.Y._or_Die:_How_to_Survive_as_an_Independent_Artist

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Podcast #255: School Sucks At the Movies – The Wolf of Wall Street (with Jeffrey Tucker)

School Sucks At the Movies #7 After I heard Jeffrey Tucker walked out of the new Martin Scorsese film, The Wolf of Wall Street, I was very intrigued and I asked him to join us for our review. Today's podcast is made up of two segments from a five-hour live show Osborne and I recorded on 1/3/14. In the first segment, we read and discuss Jacob Huebert's review of the film from The Libertarian Standard. Jeffrey joins us in the second segment to discuss the film and its messages. -Jeffrey's New Project: Liberty.me -how the state and schools distort the market -the state/corporate/finance web -Scorsese's style and craftsmanship -recurring themes in Scorsese's films -Jeffrey Tucker's objections to the film Look ...

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