Joe Cristiano

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Critical thought and commentary on current issues with a libertarian perspective.

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We must be ever vigilant when government bureaucrats espouse programs for the common good. What is said vs. what is meant is usually vastly different. Using freedom and democracy is just one example. Listen in for more.

Let's continue to discuss current issues with a libertarian perspective. We might even have an expert call in to help us. We need to take the garbage out of the conversation so that we can understand the fundamental issue to be solved.

The price of oil is getting lots of attention especially with the presidential candidates. We are now approaching $85.00 per barrel. All candidates have solutions to this "problem". Is it a problem? Do any of them address the issue? I... more

Let's continue to discuss a libertarian perspective on current issues such as including ethanol to assist in the nation's "energy crisis". We will include commentary on other current topics as well. Maybe we can take some of the... more

What do these two issues have in common? Will ethanol address our nation's energy needs or is it just another government program? Will the cigarette tax help in providing healthcare for those children in need? Listen in and interact!

Why do people put so much effort in making money, yet have no idea what it represents? Tune in and find out!

We need to understand the fundamental philosophy that defines our liberty. Unfortunately, this is not universally understood. Politicians know that and use it to their advantage and our loss.

Why don't the candidates for president ever mention our liberties? They only reference legislation which restricts and detracts from our freedom? Do we know that?

There are several issues to discuss with a libertarian perspective. I will attempt to discuss as many as time allows including the health care issue.

What is a bank and how did they come into being. Is my money safe there?

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