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Paul Jacob’s weekend podcast was especially good this current episode; check it out:

This Week in Common Sense, January 15, 2022: audio hosted on SoundCloud.

I help Paul make these podcasts, and mine’s the first face you see this episode. To avoid my face, or Paul’s, listen to the audio version.

The most recent episode of the LocoFoco Netcast is up. You can find it on LocoFoco.Locals.com, via your favorite podcatcher, or as hosted on SoundCloud (LocoFoco.net):

In this episode of the podcast, I echo Paul Jacob’s most recent effort, “Are We in La-La Land?” Paul Jacob is best known for his work in the 1990s on term limits, and, in this millennium, for defending initiative and referendum rights. Paul Jacob serves as President of the Liberty Initiative Fund.

I help Paul with his weekly podcast. I chime in every now and then with one of my “theories.” On this episode from October 1, 2021, Paul Jacob takes on the biggest issues of the week:

Unmasking the Mask Debate (on sense and nonsense and pure b.s. about masks)

thisiscommonsense.org/2021/09/27/unm…e-mask-debate/

Catastrophic! Calamity! The Debt (on setting the b.s. artists at CNN straight about the debt)

thisiscommonsense.org/2021/09/28/cat…mity-the-debt/

The Age of Octogenarians (on why it’s not Chuck Grassley’s age that is the problem with his 40-odd years as a senator)

thisiscommonsense.org/2021/09/29/the-age-of-octos/

Stossel Sues Facebook (on the case against social media — in the courts)

thisiscommonsense.org/2021/09/30/sto…sues-facebook/

Biden Blames Business (on inflation and debt and b.s.)

thisiscommonsense.org/2021/10/01/bid…ames-business/

Oh, and Ludwig von Mises to Ayn Rand

thisiscommonsense.org/2021/09/30/lud…mises-aynrand/

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A Thought for the day of September 30, 2021.
This was the splash pic for my first podcast with this libertarian luminary.

A few more minutes with the Great Dennis Pratt:

The Locofoco Netcast always sports a video version. This short episode, however, can be found as video only on LocoFoco.Locals.com.

Meanwhile, on Paul Jacob’s podcast, I get a few words in, if edgewise:

This Week in Common Sense, Sept. 20-24, 2021. Also on SoundCloud.

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Paul Jacob has an important basic point to make: “Wars that you cannot win with victories on the battlefield shouldn’t be fought.”

But that doesn’t mean that ending unwinnable wars in really stupid ways isn’t blameworthy. In this case: on the politicians, specifically Biden.

Paul’s co-host for his podcasts, Yours Truly, itches to blame the military, though. In this podcast there’s some debate. Who ya gonna blame?

The podcast is available on most podcatchers as well as on SoundCloud, above.
The video version will be up soon, and will be posted on Common Sense with Paul Jacob.

My podcast, LocoFoco, is on a hiatus. Personal issues have come up, the death of my younger sister not least of all. But I have continued to produce Paul Jacob’s This Week in Common Sense, which in one sense is easy: Paul is quite the talker, and every weekend he recaps what he wrote during the week at ThisIsCommonSense.org. Last weekend I contributed a bit more banter and argument than usual, going on several tears myself:

The audio version of the podcast is hosted on SoundCloud, and can be grabbed via the major podcatchers, and some minor ones.

And Paul’s current podcast is worth a listen, too:

The video version will be available in a few hours on YouTube.

But I’m wondering: which alternative to YouTube should I prioritize, and get Paul to use as well? I have tried Brighteon, but it is suppressed on Facebook and even on Facebook Messenger (yes, the company will not allow you to even share the URL with a few friends). Bitchute takes forever for me to upload and get a video published. Odysee/LIBRY seems to be the current favorite alt-Yt video program, but I am dubious.

I am thinking of going Gab Pro and investing in Andrew Torba’s new Gab TV project. What do you think?

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Paul Jacob’s latest podcast is up, in audio as well as his YouTube page. But it is also available on my Bitchute page.

This Week in Common Sense, May 8, 2021.

The latest episode of the LocoFoco Netcast features Professor James R. Otteson, author of Actual Ethics (2006) and the forthcoming Seven Deadly Economic Sins (2021). The video is up, now, on YouTube:

LocoFoco Netcast, April 6, 2021 (recorded a week earlier).

Professor James R. Otteson, the author of the terrific book Actual Ethics (2006), has a new book coming out at the end of the month, The Seven Deadly Economic Sins:

So he joined Lee Waaks and me for an interesting conversation on the topic of his book:

My last podcast was a cross-over episode with Matt Asher’s The Filter. Check it out!

In video, of course, it can be found on YouTube:

Meanwhile, every weekend I create a podcast with Paul Jacob. Here was last weekend’s:

Both are well worth your time.

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N.B. Image at top? A Gab post, January 28, 2021.

I chatted with Matt Asher a week or so ago. The podcast is up:

And as a video, too:

Matt has figured out the knowledge/trust issues of our time, and explores the problems in an interesting way. I think you may enjoy this one. You may find it even helpful.

And the UFO talk is not off-topic.

Matt Asher’s podcast is The Filter, and his most recent episode, referenced in our chat, is well worth looking up.

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