Matt Wittlief is a libertarian working as a consultant and leader inside an analytics technology start-up based in the Bay Area. Matt has been active in the Libertarian Party serving in a variety of local, state, and national roles and ran for U.S. House in 2016 on the LP ticket. More of a strategist than traditional activist, Matt likes to study history, economics, and political science and bring his ideas and insights to others as an author. He resides in Indiana with his wife and three kids.
June 19th, 2018 | 2 hrs 7 mins
Chris Spangle, Matt Wittlief, and Dakota Davis discuss attending a Jordan Peterson lecture. Who makes up the crowd? What does he talk about? Why do people hate him? What makes 2,500 people show up to hear a Canadian lecture about the perception of reality on a Friday night? We also discuss how one determines their personal values.
November 8th, 2017 | 1 min 21 secs
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November 2nd, 2017 | 15 mins 28 secs
The Libertarian Party Vice Chair, Arvin Vohra, Needs to Resign after his comments about rape.
August 18th, 2017 | 2 hrs 46 mins
Chris Spangle, Gregory Lenz, Brett Bittner, Matt Wittlief, and Mordan Dean discuss the racist rally at Charlottesville, the despicable Christopher Cantwell, the history of Richard Spender and the alt-right, and the fight between Libertarian Party (LNC) national Chairman Nicholas Sarwark and Tom Woods and the Mises Institute.
June 2nd, 2017 | 1 hr 55 mins
Chris Spangle, Creighton Harrington, Greg Lenz, Matt Wittlief, Cat Anagnos, and Lisa Crosby discuss the recent Supreme Court provocation ruling and the Evergreen State protest over whites being asked not to attend class.
September 23rd, 2016 | 1 hr 52 mins
Chris Spangle, Greg Lenz, and Matt Wittlief discuss the connections between the civil rights movement of the 1960’s and today’s civil rights battles of privacy and police shootings of Keith Lamont Scott and Terence Crutcher.