Pete Quiñones on a multifaceted approach to politics and culture
Pete Quiñones returns to the show to talk about his return to allegiance with the Libertarian Party (specifically the LP Mises Caucus). We talk about art of political power and why radical individualism necessary but insufficient.
This is a political episode, and there’s lots of inside baseball. So I’ll forgive you if you skip it.
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The Greater Reset Links
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The Great Reset explained by John Bush
"The Great Reset for Dummies", recommended by propaganda expert Mark Crispin Miller
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