What it's about
We are a group of friends from Virginia who value liberty and wish to encourage like-minded people to stand up and speak out against the tyranny of the State, the Media, and the Academic Elites. We took the first part of our name, “Libertarian,” to reflect our alignment with thinkers like Lysander Spooner, Ludwig von Mises, Frédéric Bastiat, Ayn Rand, and Murray Rothbard. We believe that their work is a crushing blow to socialism and State coercion. We call ourselves “Crusaders” to show our support for defense. Just as the Hospitallers defended Christian pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land, we defend Tradition and our Western values on a pilgrimage to an ordered society.
#41 Libertarian Crusaders with Rik Storey
September 22, 2020 at 12:39 pm
What is the West? And why do many in the world flee towards it? We discuss why the West is the Best and delve further into these questions with Rik Storey, author of "The Uniqueness of Western Law" to discover why our great civilization is worth saving.
#40 Libertarian Crusaders with Phil Kennedy
August 11, 2020 at 10:56 am
We sit down with the Great Phil Kennedy, John’s older brother, to discuss financial topics like Cryptocurrency, gold and silver, the Fed, debt, and personal finance. Wondering how to get ahead financially? We have answers in this episode.
Libertarian Crusaders with Matt Freeman
August 10, 2020 at 11:17 pm
The Libertarian Crusaders talk with Matt from The Statist Quo podcast about the “begaloo” Richmond Lobby Day rally, drug testing, and “other than honorable” discharges.
Libertarian Crusaders with Joel Salatin
July 7, 2020 at 9:09 am
The Libertarian Crusaders sit down with Virginian organic farmer, Joel Salatin, to discuss how he was first introduced to organic farming, being a libertarian in a world of hippies, regulations on types of meat (and summer sausage), and the art of food rebellion!
Libertarian Crusaders with Michael Tozoni
June 30, 2020 at 9:29 pm
The Libertarian Crusaders interview Michael Tozoni about life in the Soviet Union in the 1980's. Michael discusses his escape from Kiev following the Chernobyl accident, and the details of how Marxism really works in everyday life.