An excellent way to learn more about libertarians and current events is through liberty podcasts. We’ve compiled a collection of the most listened to liberty podcasts by libertarians or liberty minded individuals. Although some of these podcasts may not be libertarian, they understand our platform. Many of these podcasts host a show at least once a week. If you don’t want to miss any special casts, check them out on social media. Most of the below podcasts can be stream right through their websites. You’re also able to use the apple podcast app on an iPhone or iPod to listen to these podcasts.
Scott Horton is the author of the book “Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan” and founder and director of the Libertarian Institute. Horton is the editorial director of the non-interventionist news portal Antiwar.com and has some of the best coverage around of foreign policy with a libertarian insight into events around the world
When it comes to everything politics, culture, and libertarian philosophy, Reason’s Nick Gillespie hosts a series of relentlessly interesting interviews with activists, artists, authors, entrepreneurs, newsmakers, and politicians of today.
Host Dave Smith discusses current events, our government, foreign policy, and all things Libertarian. He is part of the new generation of pundits, and wants to educate people and open their eyes to the possibility of a truly free nation.
Libertarian Presidential candidate in 1988 and Republican candidate in 2008 and 2012, Dr. Ron Paul has written many books and voted against many bills during his time in Congress all with his libertarian philosophy in mind.
A very libertarian, just with a harder bite to it and a little less politically correct (as if libertarians ever seriously try to be PC at all).
A senior fellow of the Mises Institute, Tom Woods has covering topics and conducting interview for years promoting libertarian ideas and pushing the Austrian economics school of thought.
Host Peter R. Quinones covers current events, ongoing failed government ideology, and gives you an in depth understanding from a libertarian perspective.
Do you know of a liberty podcast but don’t see it listed? Please contact us and we’ll look into adding them to our list of podcasts. We regularly search state party websites and social media. However, occasionally a podcast slips through our fingers. Any information provided on liberty podcasts is greatly appreciated.