Ep. 0250: 12 Writers Every Libertarian (Including Me) Should Read More
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by Recorded History Podcast Network
1M ago
In this episode, CJ discusses 12 authors who (in his opinion) deserve to be more widely known & read among libertarian/anarchist/etc type people. Most of these authors would not actually identify as "libertarians" or "anarchists," but all have a strong independent streak & have at least some views & attitudes that overlap with libertarianism and/or anarchism. Furthermore, all of them are great writers in their respective genres. Join CJ as he discusses: Montesquieu Alexis de Tocqueville Jose Ortega y Gasset John Dos Passos Jacques Ellul Jane Jacobs Gore Vidal Edward Abbey Mike Res ..read more
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Ep. 0249: Chasing Ghosts w/Bill Buppert
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by Recorded History Podcast Network
2M ago
For this DHP episode, CJ was delighted to be joined by retired Army officer, military contractor, and irregular warfare expert Bill Buppert. Long-time DHP listeners (& those who've gone through the back catalogue) may recall that Bill was the very first guest CJ ever had on the DHP, all the way back in 2015. A few months ago, Bill launched a podcast of his own, Chasing Ghosts, in which he covers the history, theory & practice of irregular warfare, and the shortcomings of its alleged antidote, counterinsurgency. Join CJ & Bill as they discuss Bill's background, his podcast, irregula ..read more
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Ep. 0248: "Led to Commit an Overt Act of War": A Fun-Size DHP Pearl Harbor Day Special
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2M ago
Join CJ as he discusses the so-called "McCollum Memo" from the Office of Naval Intelligence, written by ONI officer Arthur McCollum & dated October 7th, 1940, which served as the blueprint for the FDR Administration's strategy of deliberately provoking Japan, a strategy that culminated in the Pearl Harbor attack 14 months later. Kick in to CJ's Indiegogo campaign! Support the Dangerous History Podcast via Patreon or SubscribeStar! CJ’s DHP Amazon Wish List Links Full Text of the McCollum Memo DHP Ep. 0160: "Remember the Maine!" & the Pageantry of US Aggression DHP Ep. 0236: WWI Propag ..read more
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Ep. 0247: Reckless Provocations (w/Scott Horton)
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2M ago
For this episode, CJ was very happy to welcome back foreign policy expert Scott Horton to the Dangerous History Podcast. Scott is the Director of the Libertarian Institute, host of the Scott Horton Show, Editorial Director at Antiwar.com, host of Antiwar Radio on 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles, and is the author or editor of 4 books (available here.) He's also currently working on his next book - on the Russo-Ukraine War - which will be co-authored with Darryl Cooper of the Martyrmade podcast. Join CJ & Scott for a wide-ranging discussion, mostly on the real history of the Russo-Ukraine ..read more
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Ep. 0246: Woke Liberalism's War on Art (w/Jack the Perfume Nationalist)
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3M ago
For this episode, CJ was very happy to be joined by Jack Mason of The Perfume Nationalist podcast. Join CJ & Jack's free-ranging discussion as they discuss: the Perfume Nationalist's origin story; fragrances; Covidian insanity (especially the horrors of masking); and, last but not least, Woke Liberalism's war on art, entertainment & aesthetics for the last decade. Support the Dangerous History Podcast via Patreon or SubscribeStar. Please consider chipping in to CJ's still-ongoing Indiegogo campaign. CJ’s DHP Amazon Wish List Links The Perfume Nationalist on Patreon Jack's Twitter Lea ..read more
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Ep. 0245: What Shall We Ask of Actors? (w/Clifton Duncan)
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3M ago
For this episode, CJ was delighted to be joined by classically trained, award-winning actor Clifton Duncan. Join CJ & Clifton as they discuss Clifton's career, why he got disillusioned with & ultimately left Broadway, why show business is so ideologically straightjacketed, the state of the arts & entertainment industries today, why arts & entertainment matter deeply to society, possible "white pills" on the horizon, & lastly, some tips for people considering an acting career (or the parents of such people.) Support the Dangerous History Podcast via Patreon or SubscribeStar ..read more
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Ep. 0244: Ep. 0244: DHP 2022 Halloween Special: Part 1
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3M ago
Since Fall is CJ's favorite time of year & Halloween is his favorite holiday: This year, we return to classic DHP format for Halloween specials -- spooky/Halloween/Autumnal-themed poems & stories read to you by CJ. (Part 1 is available to everyone, while part 2 will only be available to those who support the Dangerous History Podcast at $5/month or higher.) Join CJ as he shares the following poems & stories: "A Dark Day" by Madison Julius Cawein "The Haunters and the Haunted; or, The House and the Brain" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton "The Haunted Palace" by Edgar Allan Poe Wanna get ac ..read more
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Ep. 0243: Two Cheers for Classical Republicanism (Fun-Size DHP)
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3M ago
CJ took a brief break from slaving away at the next Woodrow Wilson episode to make this Fun-Size DHP episode, talking about a political idea known as 'classical republicanism,' which has been on his mind a lot lately, & which he has always found to be interesting & potentially useful. (Think of this as a 'silver bullet' DHP episode, just minus the silver bullet & with concurrently better audio quality, because CJ no longer commutes daily an hour each way, so he recorded this one at the home studio. But it's like a silver bullet episode in that it's relatively short & is mostly ..read more
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Ep. 0242: Hays Codes, Part 1: The Old Hays Code
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4M ago
In part 1 of 2, join CJ as he discusses the Motion Picture Association of America's so-called "Hays Code" (officially: "A Code to Govern the Making of Motion Pictures"), which rigidly controlled the content of most American movies from the early-1930s to the late-1960s. Support the Dangerous History Podcast via Patreon or SubscribeStar. CJ’s DHP Amazon Wish List Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices ..read more
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Ep. 0241: Unforgiven: 30 Years Later (w/Joshua Perry)
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5M ago
August 2022 was the 30th anniversary of the release of the award-winning film Unforgiven, directed by & starring Clint Eastwood. To commemorate this film's anniversary, CJ talked about it with his old pal (and fellow Western enthusiast) Joshua Perry, the former host of the late, lamented Dusty Den podcast. Join CJ & Josh as they discuss Unforgiven, why it's such a great film, and how Hollywood mostly "don't make 'em like they used to." Support the Dangerous History Podcast via Patreon or SubscribeStar. CJ’s DHP Amazon Wish List Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com ..read more
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