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Gene Basler

The Liberty Tree


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Principles of individual liberty and principles of economics are widely regarded as being incompatible with preserving the environment. The commonly held belief is that in the interest of "saving the planet", the human-caused scourges--real and imagined--are more important than a bunch of childish, selfish, antisocial introverts who want to be left alone and shirk their responsibilities to their fellow man and to Mother Earth, right?

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Gene interviews Michael Dumont

Gene interviews world-famous anarcho-capitalist economist Walter Block of the University of Loyola in New Orleans Louisiana

Michael F. Galvin, deputy director of Washington DC based nonprofit Casey Trees, discusses regulatory versus voluntary approaches to tree protection and tree preservation.

Dr. Matthew Novak is no apologist for BP; Rather, the Oil Spill should be seen as a manifestation of the Unforeseen Consequences of trying to bring a product to market, wherein the rules of engagement are dictated by the State.

Gene Basler interviews Professor Jurgen Brauer, who is calling in from the Institute for Economics and Peace, Sydney Australia

Gene interviews Andrew Gavin Marshall, Research Fellow at Global Research, regarding his July 2010 article New Eugenics and the Rise of the Global Scientific Dictatorship.

Gene discusses Europe's handling of chemicals and ordnance from wars of the last 100 years, including World Wars I, II and more recent European conflicts.

Left Libertarian Philosopher Gary Chartier, PhD discusses animal rights, animal cruelty, and touches on the topic of Market Means for Socialistic Ends.

Gene reads and comments on the resurrection of the Mesopotamian marshes of Iraz
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