FEBRUARY 19, 2014 by THE FREEMAN
Michael Malice joins us to discuss his latest project, Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il.
JANUARY 22, 2014 by THE FREEMAN
Ben Powell says we shouldn't believe the hype about sweatshops.
JANUARY 20, 2014 by THE FREEMAN
Anne Wortham is an associate professor of sociology at Illinois State University. She is a rare voice in the liberty movement--a scholar and rogue academic. She wrote her first piece for The Freeman in 1966. And we are happy she has agreed to offer her voice to these pages once again.
An interview with a full-time Bitcoin trader
NOVEMBER 11, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
What's it really like to live with BTC? We decided to ask a BTC trader, who wishes to remain anonymous, for some commentary from the inside of the BTC community.
An interview with Merrill Matthews
OCTOBER 17, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
Merrill Matthews, of the Institute for Policy Innovation, sat down with us to explain what Obamacare is, isn't, might fix, and might make worse.
An interview with John Durant
SEPTEMBER 17, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
John Durant is the author of the new book The Paleo Manifesto, in which he advocates using evolutionary principles to combat the epidemic of obesity, diabetes, and other chronic health conditions.
An Interview with John Robb
AUGUST 06, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
Technology is changing and so will the methods of organizing life.
An Interview with Oliver Porter
MAY 28, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
Oliver Porter created and implemented the public-private partnership model for Sandy Springs, Ga.--a city of 100,000 people near Atlanta--and has agreed to sit down with The Freeman.
APRIL 29, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
Over the years, Rodney Lockwood watched his beloved Detroit fall into ruin thanks to the rise of unions and the welfare state. He wants to rebuild Detroit. In this interview, Lockwood describes his vision for doing so.
MARCH 11, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
Adrian Bejan is a professor of mechanical engineering at Duke University. So why on earth are we talking to him? Bejan is the first person to articulate what could be one of the most important ideas since Darwin's theory of evolution. He calls it the Constructal Law.