Adam Kokesh, host of Adam vs. The Man, has been actively interviewing and helping Occupy Wall Street protestors understand economics, capitalism, morality, and human action (praxeology) from the first moment they took to the streets with their scattered and ill conceived political ideologies and philosophies. Here in this video, Adam smoothly leads this protestor to a basic and rational understanding of the nature, value, and necessity of money and free exchange. It’s the very thing Austrian economist Ludwig Von Mises first wrote about in 1922 in his book Socialism – the economics of why socialism must necessarily fail without the free market pricing mechanism being applied to a society’s goods or services.


Wolf Blitzer interviews Ron Paul on CNN’s the Situation Room this Friday 10/6. Ron Paul addresses Obama’s ‘millionaire surtax,’ noting that the government has a spending problem, not a taxing problem, as well as the potential for fallacy with mob rule in a democracy. Ron points out that he predicted these very Occupy Wall Street protests we see happening today, as well as the incorrect assessment of Hermann Cain on the issue. Wolf questions Paul on his assessment of the other GOP candidates, and concludes by allowing Ron Paul to give a succinct rebuttal to Newt Gingrich’s praise of Obama for the assassination of American citizen Anwar al Awlaki.


Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio fills this 30 minute interview with a string of philosophical and moral gems. Stefan addresses why the Occupy Wall Street protests will not work, despite however brave and noble the intentions of the protesters may be. It’s important to recognize the interconnected unity of all facets of the government, and the ramifications of giving any organization a monopoly on the initiation of force.

“Government is like heroin – it gives you a short term high, and a long term catastrophe.”


It has taken a while for the mainstream media to cover the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations. Now 10 days into the protests the coverage has begun, but is the media spinning the purpose of the demonstration? Marcel Cartier, a rapper and activist who was at the protests, shares what it was like. He is joined by Chris Chambers, a journalism professor at Georgetown University, to give us some insight on why the media avoids covering the protests.


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