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10/17/16 Ryan Reilly

“Sandra Bland died one year ago Today: And since then, at least 810 people have lost their lives in jail” Ryan Reilly discusses dying in police custody. “Deaths inside American jails frequently go unnoticed, sometimes even unrecorded.” Reilly gives all the details to Scott, including the attempt by prison officials across the country to conceal the true numbers of deaths, and how you’re far more likely to die in jail if you have any kind of medical condition. All of that and more on today’s episode of the Scott Horton Show.

10/17/16 Jonathan Landay

As Saudis bombed Yemen, US Worried About Legal Blowback”, Jonathan Landay’s new article with Warren Strobel for Reuters, talks about US exposure to the war in Yemen, and the legal risk the US government is taking by supporting the Saudi’s war on Yemen.

10/14/16 Jordan Smith

Jordan Smith, an award-winning investigative journalist with The Intercept, discusses why the FBI and DOJ are determined to continue using certain controversial forensic practices like bite-mark analysis – even though they are based on “junk science” and have been used to convict innocent victims.

10/14/16 Mario Murillo

Mario Murillo, Professor and Chair of the Radio, Television, Film department in the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University, discusses why the FARC peace agreement failed a popular vote in Colombia, and the government’s failure to address the core issues – like land reform – that started the rebellion in the first place more than 50 years ago.

10/14/16 Nasser Arrabyee

Yemeni Journalist Nasser Arrabyee updates Scott about the ongoing and growing conflict in Yemen. The Saudi war crimes, the recent bombing of a funeral that killed more than 140 people, and Yemen’s 9/11 are all discussed. Saudi Arabia’s blank check, Iran, the Houthis and the US’s role in Yemen are also detailed on another episode of the Scott Horton Show.

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10/17/16 - Big Announcement!

Scott, Will Grigg, Sheldon Richman and Jared Labell make a big announcement.

09/11/16 - Thank You From a Military Officer


I just want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart as you have changed my life for the better.  Today I resigned my commission in the United States Army as I can no longer be part of a death machine that does no good for any part of a peaceful, productive society.  Your website and podcast have turned me from a vengeful, war loving person to a man of peaceful voluntarism.  I cannot thank you enough as you have made me a better person, thus making me a better husband, father, and human.

I became a Christian before a libertarian and was still the typical American Christian.  One that says I like peace but at the same time supporting the killing of innocents in horrible, unnecessary conflicts that spend money we don’t have and kill people we have no business killing.  I found your site and podcasts, along with Lew Rockwell and Mr. Tom Woods, and I became a Christian that is a libertarian.  I am so thankful for the work you have done and my life has been changed in ways that benefit me more than I can ever express. Your interviews with former military members and conscientious objectors gave me the confidence that there are others out there like me and they are living a free and happy life!

In fact, I am in the process of becoming a Paramedic as penance for my time hurting people.  I read your site every day and I share it with others often.  You are one of my heroes for your consistent views and sacrifice for what you believe.  I hope to be able to help others as you have helped me.  By the way, your website is blocked on government computers so you must have them scared.

I feel a weight is lifted off my shoulders as the dichotomy of my views is no longer.  I thank you so much and look forward to spending my time with my children and living my life as free as possible.  Thank you and I am anxiously awaiting your book!


08/01/16 - EXCLUSIVE: Brand New Book of Long-Lost Rothbard Essays

Never a Dull MomentCheck it out yall!: Exclusive to listeners of this show! Anyone who donates $50 or more to support the show gets a copy of the brand new Never a Dull Moment: A Libertarian Look at the Sixties a collection of lost Murray Rothbard essays from 1967 and 1968 on Vietnam, the civil rights movement, LBJ, Nixon and much more.

So help support the show and be the first to get your eyes on this badass brand new Rothbard book!

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