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Brad “the Butcher” Jordan of Food Riot Radio

Brad “the Butcher” Jordan of Food Riot Radio

If you’ve listened to a few Stateless Man episodes, you’ll have heard Brad Jordan, a frequent co-host of mine. The good news is that he now has his own show as well, which he co-hosts with his girlfriend, Sara “Foxy” Burrows (pictured together above). Food Riot airs on the Overseas Radio Network each Wednesday at 7pm Eastern, right after The Stateless Man, and is devoted to food freedom around the world.

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A New Place to Get Started with Political News and Commentary: Liberty Blog

Are you one of the many young, aspiring writers, eager to make a name for themselves? A few words of advice, from someone who has been there: Don’t do it the hard way, as I did. Don’t seek to go from zero to one hundred, from minimal experience to a full-time job.

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Walter Block’s Latest Book: Yes to Ron Paul and Liberty!

I don’t intend for The Stateless Man show or blog to get tied up in politics, since partisan battles tend to divide us and distract us from getting on with living the lives we want. So recently when I interviewed Walter “The Moderate” Block—a libertarian heavyweight and economics professor—I requested that we stick to the planned topics: the problems with economics in academia and how people can better educate themselves independently. With hindsight, however, I’ve decided to make an exception.

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Up for Housesitting (and Frog) Experiences?

Given the potential for win-win arrangements and for facilitating affordable, long-term travel, one can see why housesitting is on the rise. In late March, Brad Jordan and I devoted a full show to this travel concept, with guests from three leading housesitting websites.

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The Sobering Reality of Police State Activities in Honduras

Update, June 17, 2012: After my interview with Steve Lendman, which was extremely critical of both safety and international meddling Honduras, I received feedback through twitter that more people would be happy to weigh in. Inti Martínez Alemán was one such person—legal assistant to Octavio Sanchez-Barrientos, the Honduran government’s chief of staff and head of the Special Development Regions (REDs) initiative.

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