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Lions of Liberty

Join us for THREE unique shows every Monday, Wednesday and Friday!

Marc Clair hosts interviews with leading libertarian minds on Monday's flagship program. Brian McWilliams provides a shot of culture, comedy and liberty every Wednesday with Electric Liberty Land. On Friday John Odermatt exposes injustice in the broken criminal justice system with Felony Friday.

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Feb 29, 2016

In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, guest host Brian McWilliams steps up to the plate as master of ceremonies to break down the 10th GOP debate. Brian is accompanied by Howie Snowdon, J.B. Lubin and legal counsel Rico. This most recent debate was by far the most chaotic and ridiculous, with poor Wolf...


Feb 26, 2016

Today my guest on Felony Friday is John Ziegler. John is a nationally-syndicated radio host, documentary filmmaker and author. He is the co-host of the “John & Leah Show” which began locally in Los Angeles in late 2014 and is now syndicated nationally. It airs Sunday evenings. John Ziegler also runs the website 


Feb 24, 2016

In today’s episode, host Marc Clair is joined by the Johnny Rocket Launch Pad’s own Voice of Reason, the lovely and talented Heather Nixon! Heather tells the tale of how she went from she started to think differently about politics, and how she became a “full blown” Libertarian after being swept off her feet...


Feb 22, 2016

Raise your glasses, as we toast to the culmination of over a years work covering the comings and goings of Rand Paul. Yes, the “Rand Pauluses and Minuses” podcast has come to a close, in parallel with the folding of Rand’s presidential tent. This is it. The finale.

Marc Clair once again welcomes Sir Randsalot’s...


Feb 19, 2016

Today we welcome Michael Santos onto Felony Friday. When Michael was twenty-three years old he was sentenced to forty-five-years in prison for drug trafficking. With credit and good behavior he was released after serving twenty-six years. During his incarceration he published several books, earned his bachelor’s...