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399. Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor: Voluntary Action Heroes Edition

399. Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor: Voluntary Action Heroes Edition
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In today’s flagship Lions of Liberty podcast, Marc is joined by three major heroes in the libertarian sphere who have been leading by example by showing how people not only can but DO receive help through the voluntary actions of others. Marc welcomes back Daniel Johnson of We Do Better and Gret Glyer of DonorSee, along with first time guest Brent DeRidder of the Liberty Coalition for Disaster Relief! They discuss the various ways their organization have been able to provide aid and opportunities for people through voluntary means, the kind of roadblocks they often face from government intervention (and paperwork!), and highlight how anyone who sees a problem can take action and rally others to the cause. 

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Start your day with a delicious cup of coffee – try the Morning Roar today! Be sure to check out another great podcast, Free Man Beyond the Wall with Pete “Mance Rayder” Raymond!

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The Lions of Liberty are a group of like-minded individuals, who have come together in an effort to advance the ideas of liberty daily. Marc Clair (Editor-in-chief) has been an ardent believer in libertarian ideals for over a decade, Marc decided to thrust himself into writing for the cause after becoming inspired by the Presidential campaigns of Ron Paul. In 2011, he helped to co-found the Lions Of Liberty with several like-minded friends from their college days at Penn State nearly a decade earlier. When he’s not serving as writer and editor-in-chief of Lions Of Liberty, he is busy with a freelance career in television and running a karaoke business in Los Angeles, CA. Visit

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