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November 26, 2005
Jim Babka interviews
Lew Rockwell

1st hour   2nd hour

    1st hour   2nd hour

October 29, 2005
Guest: Eric Dondero
who supports the Iraq War

1st hour   2nd hour

    1st hour   2nd hour

October 22, 2005
Harry interviews
Jim Babka
of DownsizeDC.org

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

October 15, 2005
Harry answers questions
from listeners

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

October 8, 2005
Harry interviews
Mary Ruwart

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

October 1, 2005
The breakup of the GOP

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

September 24, 2005

The Delusion of Force

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

September 17, 2005
Why Do We
Rely on Government?

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

September 10, 2005
Harry interviews
Richard Maybury

1st hour unavailable

 2nd hour

1st hour unavailable

2nd hour

September 3, 2005
Harry interviews
Doug Casey

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

May 21, 2005
He who decrees war
decrees torture & brutality

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

May 14, 2005
The enemy isn't George Bush,
it's force

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

May 7, 2005
Building up to an Iran attack
& a national sales tax

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

April 30, 2005
Guest: Edward Baiamonte
defending Republicans

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

April 23, 2005
Force is not the answer

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

April 16, 2005
Free market achievements
& the income tax

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

April 9, 2005
Questions about libertarianism

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

April 2, 2005
Richard Maybury, guest
(poor sound quality)

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

March 26, 2005
Terri Schiavo
& the Republicans

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

March 19, 2005

Repeat of  

November 21, 2004

March 12, 2005
How to reduce crime
in America

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

March 5, 2005
Bush's Middle East "victories"

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

February 26, 2005
Free speech

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

February 19, 2005
Manipulating the news
& Anthony Wile, guest

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

February 12, 2005
"Budget cutting"

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

February 5, 2005
State of the Union speech,
glorifying death,
& Bush's budget

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

January 29, 2005

Repeat of 

October 23, 2004

January 22, 2005
My obsession with war

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

January 15, 2005
Iraq +
Ignorance in law-making

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

January 8, 2005
World's nicest cities
+ Force doesn't work

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

January 1, 2005
Richard Maybury, guest

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

December 25, 2004

Repeat of  

December 18, 2004

December 18, 2004
Bill of Rights Day
+ Government & Christmas

1st hour   2nd hour
 

1st hour   2nd hour
 
December 11, 2004
Pearl Harbor
& origins of 9/11

1st hour   2nd hour
 

1st hour   2nd hour
 
December 4, 2004
Federal spending

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

November 27, 2004

Repeat of  

October 23, 2004

November 20, 2004
The Federal Reserve
& conspiracy theories

1st hour   2nd hour
 

1st hour   2nd hour
 

November 13, 2004
Running useful
Libertarian campaigns

1st hour   2nd hour
 

1st hour   2nd hour
 

November 6, 2004
The Libertarian vote total
& the future of the LP

1st hour   2nd hour
 

1st hour   2nd hour
 

October 30, 2004
The Bin Laden videotape
& the coming election

1st hour   2nd hour
 

1st hour   2nd hour
 

October 23, 2004
Selling liberty

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

October 16, 2004

Repeat of 

September 11, 2004

October 9, 2004
Guest: Michael Badnarik
Libertarian Presidential
candidate

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
October 2, 2004
Miscellany

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

September 25, 2004
Judge James Gray, guest
U.S. Senate candidate
in California

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
September 18, 2004
Richard Maybury, guest

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

September 11, 2004
The meaning
of the 9/11 attacks

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
September 4, 2004
Republican convention
Rudolf Giuliani
American foreign policy

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
August 28, 2004
Less government
means less crime

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
August 21, 2004
Government doesn't work
Also, can we have a society without any government?

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
August 14, 2004
The politics of hate and fear

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

August 7, 2004
1st show on Genesis network
A Libertarian America

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
July 31, 2004
Getting government out of
the schooling business

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
July 24, 2004
Third parties &
the problems with
two-party politics

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
July 17, 2004
Martha Stewart
gay marriage
lies of government employees

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
July 10, 2004
Which is more fraudulent,
Enron or Social Security?

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
July 3, 2004
What America once was

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

June 26, 2004
Freedom & regulation

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

June 19, 2004
The Reagan "legacy"

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

June 12, 2004
Repeat of January 31, 2004
   
June 5, 2004
Libertarian presidential
campaign

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
May 29, 2004
Libertarian Party convention

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

May 22, 2004
1st hour: Thomas Knapp
representing Aaron Russo
2nd hour: HB's choice

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
May 15, 2004

Repeat of 

January 17, 2004

May 8, 2004
1st hour: Gary Nolan
2nd: Michael Badnarik

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

May 1, 2004
Prisoner abuse in Iraq

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

April 24, 2004
A Libertarian America

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

April 17, 2004
The President's
empty rhetoric

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

April 10, 2004
Miscellany

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

April 3, 2004
The press asks
the wrong questions

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

March 27, 2004
Where the press
gets its information
(poor sound)

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour
March 20, 2004
Terrorist attack in Spain
(poor sound)

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

March 13, 2004
Jobs

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

March 6, 2004
The Martha Stewart Case
1st hour   2nd hour
Gap in the final segment
of the 1st hour

1st hour   2nd hour

February 28, 2004
History of Presidents
& Presidential Elections

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

February 21, 2004
Guest: Mark Skousen

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

February 14, 2004
History of US wars

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

February 7, 2004
Gay marriage

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

January 31, 2004
No Weapons
of Mass Destruction

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

January 24, 2004
The Press

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

January 17, 2004
Is war necessary?

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

January 10, 2004
Civil liberties

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

January 3, 2004
Regulation

1st hour   2nd hour

1st hour   2nd hour

    Click here to go to 2003 Archives

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