Saturday, July 28, 2012

Don't Miss It: Wenzel vs. Molyneux

This Sunday on The Robert Wenzel Show .

Past shows are here.


  1. Ask him if his long-winded, straw-man anti-Ron Paul arguments on his tiny YouTube channel have done more for the cause of Liberty than has Ron Paul and his supporters, whom Molyneux strains to belittle.

    Ask Molyneux what he enjoys more than sound of his own voice.

    Ask Molyneux how he can stand not looking in a mirror long enough to record yet another torturous 45 minute long YouTube video.

  2. I guess I don't understand the vs. in the title. You guys are definitely on the same side. Maybe some differences in tactics but motivations remain the same.

    Also Molyneux can tell you exactly who Rothbard and Mises are. Look forward to the interview.

    1. The title just implies Wenzel will debate Molyneux on certain issues. I think you're reading into it too much.

  3. Molyneux is pretty boring but I've liked your other guests so far (and I'll certainly be listening tomorrow).

  4. Whats w all this libertarian in-fighting? So silly.

    Stefan just thinks a political solution wont be effective as the cards r ruthlessly stacked against "reform" and that u dont want a libertarian at the helm when stuff hits the fan. Not a big deal.

  5. I agree, I didn't know these two come from different backgrounds. I know Molyneux fills in for Peter Schiff on his radio show every once in a while, so he has some kind of Libertarian background. Perhaps he's a little more anarcho-capitalist, but I could be mistaking him for somebody else. Regardless, I'm looking forward to the show.

  6. I have been keeping an eye on Molyneux for almost two years now, and I like everything he says. Even if I disagree with some of it.

    There are some things Stefan says about Ron Paul that I WISH weren't true. But, I think Stefan might be on the right side of this one.

    Here are a couple of my favorite Molyneux YouTubes. Yes, I know they are 35 minutes long.

    Why he doesn't support Ron Paul:
    If you get bored, skip to the last three minutes.

    Why looking to the Founding Fathers for solutions is a mistake:
    The lecture starts about 6 minutes in. I was in the audience for this one, I was the one who shouted out "Mexicans".

    Stefan will be the Master of Ceremonies at Libertopia again this October.