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FREEDOM FEENS talk radio show (ARCHIVES)

By Michael W. Dean

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THE cool weird daily syndicated libertarian radio show.

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Two Modern Day Philosophers High on Liberty

One spits rhyme and the other screams punk but both share common sense truths that aren't commonly spoken with such passion, respect and clarity. This is a thinkers show. If you aren't careful, I guarantee you'll learn something.

Michael and Neema Rock

If you want a new and interesting look into the ideology behind Freedom and Liberty, you have got to check these guys out. Not only do they engage relevant topics with a thorough understanding and knowledge of American history and prevailing philosophies of the Libertarian lifestyle, but they are funny and candid. No matter where you lie on the spectrum of wanting a freer society there is definitely something for you to gain from listening to these Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi... and you might be lucky enough to hear some good music on there too....

Great intro to freedom

A lot of freedom/ voluntaryist/ libertarian / anarchists podcasts (and websties, movies, and other media) are very dry....this one is NOT! It's fun, an animated discussion between two guys who have a good report and sparkely personailities. It may not appeal to hardcore students of voluntaryist theory or people who want to hear five hours of dry analysis of the Federalist Papers, it's more like STREET libertariansm. They DO cover a lot of topics, and tend to jump around a lot, but it all kinda works. It's unique, I have not heard something else like this out there. I will highly recommend it to friends who may be new to the whole idea of "less statism is good."

Oh, if you're wondering what a "FEEN" is, they say in one episode, it's how a little kid would pronounce "fiend."

FREEDOM FEENS talk radio show (ARCHIVES)
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  • Category: News & Politics
  • Language: English

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