Thomas Woods

North Korea is a living example of the totalitarian phenomenon. We get an inside look with Michael Malice, plus the surprising weakness that could bring down the regime.
Here's the video of that talk I gave at the Free State Project's Liberty Forum in early 2013.
I wrote the foreword to Connor Boyack’s new book Feardom: How Politicians Exploit Your Emotions and What You Can Do to Stop Them. With Connor’s permission, I reproduce it below. (Connor discussed the book as a guest...
Great conversation today with Jay Richards, co-author of The Hobbit Party: The Vision of Freedom that Tolkien Got and the West Forgot, about Tolkien as a writer and thinker, about themes in his work, about his views...
How did eastern Europe transition away from communism? What were conditions like on the eve of the transformation? What factors contributed to it? What happened to all the property owned by the state? Today I discussed the...
Will Grigg, an outstanding writer and journalist on police and civil liberties issues (and much else), joined me the other day to give a libertarian overview of the situation in Ferguson, Missouri. Have a listen!Get a...
I talked to Columbia Business School’s Charles Calomiris, who argues that government regulations have had the general effect of making the banking system more, rather than less, crisis prone. We discussed his new book...
This week I talked to Sean Parnell, author of The Self-Pay Patient: Affordable Health Care Choices in the Age of Obamacare. Have a listen below!
I talked to Berin Szoka of TechFreedom.org on my program today. Have a listen!Subscribe to the Tom Woods Show on iTunes or Stitcher so you don’t miss an episode — I produce a new episode every weekday, on all kinds of topics...
How would private law function? Bob Murphy joined me this week to discuss his provocative book Chaos Theory: Two Essays in Market Anarchy. Bob is strikingly original on this topic, and well worth listening to. Of course,...
In this episode I share some tips for becoming a better writer!
Of course not. But it sure is fashionable to say so these days. Economist Bob Murphy joins us to overturn this fashionable view. Article Discussed “$2 Gas Is the Worst Thing to Happen to America,” by Mark Morford
So the Democrats are for peace and the Republicans are for war, huh? Then why is the Democrats’ leading candidate a consistent hawk? Who's the real Hillary Clinton? My guest today, Kelley Vlahos, says she's the "military-...
This week I spoke to Diana Furchtgott-Roth of Economics 21 about the economics of the minimum wage and specifically about who was behind the fast-food protests. Do people spontaneously strike for 100% wage increases?
What a great conversation with Michael Boldin of the Tenth Amendment Center and Off Now, about the Off Now initiative and handbook. Have a listen!
I talked to Ron Paul on my show today and asked him some of the questions you guys raised when I solicited them on my Facebook page. Have a listen!And remember, I can promise you a commute-sized portion of liberty education...
The Mises Institute’s week-long Mises University instructional program for students was the most significant academic event of my life as a student when I first attended it in 1993. It’s still going strong even today, and...
With our recent celebration of Independence Day, I talked to Kevin Gutzman, author of (among other titles) James Madison and the Making of America, about the American Revolution. We subscribe to the out-of-fashion...
I talked to Matt Kibbe, president and CEO of FreedomWorks, on the Tom Woods Show today. We discussed his new book, Don’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff: A Libertarian Manifesto. Check it out! Subscribe to the show on...
Yuri Maltsev, an adviser to Mikhail Gorbachev’s government, tells the story of his defection to the U.S., and relates stories from his life in the Soviet Union.While at Moscow State University, he received special permission...

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