Brian Nichols has hosted 0 episodes.
B.A. in Political Science with a concentration in American Government and A.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and Management and have served on 5 political campaigns, ranging from small, local elections to campaigns for United States Congress.
I have a strong desire to share and discuss a libertarian perspective on today's pressing issues. I am currently an Associate Editor for The Libertarian Republic. In the meantime, I enjoy watching the Dallas Cowboys, reruns of The Office on Netflix, and going to the gym to become a "swole bro".
Feel free to follow me on Twitter for your daily dose of political snark and rapid-fire analysis!
Cat Anagnos has hosted 0 episodes.
Cat Anagnos was born on a cold winter evening of November 2nd, 1996. After hours of pushing, the second coming of Christ took place. Now battling social justice warriors at Ball State University by exploiting their crippling anxiety and depression, she's determined to make one thing clear: She is the funnier Anagnos sister.
Chris Spangle has hosted 6 episodes.
I’m the web director for a nationally syndicated morning show. Before this, I worked in politics for many years as a producer at a news talk station, WXNT, and then as the Executive Director of the Libertarian Party of Indiana. I then worked in marketing for the Englehart Group and the Advocates for Self-Government.
Despite my position in mass media, I love podcasting and all aspects of new media. I host the We Are Libertarians podcast. I'm a news junkie, Christian, libertarian. I love food, comedy, tech, IndyCar, psychology, and collecting and organizing information. I also have two cats, Mittens and Muffins.
See more at: https://about.me/cspangle
Greg Lenz has hosted 5 episodes.
My name is Greg Lenz. I enjoy good wine, conversation, and cigars. I currently run an internet marketing company in Indianapolis. I would describe myself as a Libertarian Republican. I say that because I’m a Libertarian in principle, but a Republican in practice. I do vote for Libertarians from time to time, but usually I back Conservative Republicans. I know that it’s that kind of thinking that stops Libertarian growth, but if I vote for a Libertarian and a Republican loses because of it, I wouldn’t be able to forgive myself.
One might ask how do I see my role within the Libertarian party then? Well, I see myself as more of a buttress to the party rather than a pillar, in that I support it from the outside. I’ve been profoundly influenced by the writings of Ayn Rand and consider The Fountainhead a book that changed the course of my life. Most of my political beliefs are the result of an Objectivist framework.
It’s an honor to be a part of this website and I hope my contributions are entertaining, informative, and challenge your beliefs on a daily basis. If you wish to contact me I can be reached at email@example.com.