No person should have to wait four years for their time in court; immigrants are no exception. It is time to unclog the immigration backlog.
Latest COVID-19 Posts
Matt Kibbe is joined by economist Donald Boudreaux to try to come to grips with the complete lack of rational risk assessment Americans have displayed with respect to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frankly, a global pandemic is not the time to be playing games with Americans’ employment.
Matt Kibbe is joined by Corey DeAngelis to discuss the shocking failure of government schools to meet the needs of parents and students during the coronavirus lockdowns.
Matt Kibbe is joined by BackWordz frontman Eric July to talk about a whole slate of government policies that are proving unbelievably destructive for the black community.
Matt Kibbe is joined by biochemical engineer Ivor Cummins, who has been studying the science behind the COVID-19 lockdown mandates that have been the defining feature of 2020.
We already have a system that coordinates supply of needed materials around the country: it’s called prices.
I’d like to share a story from my own life to illustrate a few of the ways in which sweeping, reflexive lockdowns can negatively impact real people.
California has destroyed millions of livelihoods during a pandemic.
Matt Kibbe sits down with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to talk about trillion-dollar bailouts, the science of the coronavirus pandemic, violence in Portland, police reform, and a host of other issues.
The coronavirus has highlighted defects in the meat market. As mounting shortages threaten the well-being of American families, Congress must take action.
To have a chance at healing this growing divide America needs to rediscover its forgotten spirit of localism and subsidiarity.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some governors have asked cancer patients to stay home and delay their treatments.
The Trump Administration has nullified the impact of what should have been a major victory for Central American asylum seekers.
Free the People has invaded the Libertarian National Convention in Orlando, FL. We interviewed Joel Salatin, the self-titled “Lunatic Farmer.”
Matt Kibbe sits down with Thaddeus Russell, founder of Renegade University, to discuss the contributions made to American culture by libertines, lawbreakers, troublemakers, and miscreants.
The undeniable mission creep of the Black Lives Matter movement forces us to question the sincerity of the protesters.
Matt Kibbe sits down with the Libertarian presidential nominee, Jo Jorgensen, to talk about the issues, the two-party duopoly, and how Libertarians hope to make inroads with voters.
As with Alice when she went through the looking-glass, on police reform, up is down, right is left, and left is right.
Matt Kibbe sits down with Clark Neily, vice president for criminal justice at the Cato Institute, to discuss a few of the many problems with America’s criminal justice system.
Brewer, entrepreneur, and Flying Dog CEO Jim Caruso sits down with Matt Kibbe at his brewery to talk about his passion for free speech and personal responsibility.
Disassembling police unions is a step that could change law enforcement for the better.
It seems that there is an opportunity here to reach a very broad consensus between the defund crowd and the police.
America is on fire. But maybe this fire can shed some much-needed light on a big transformative idea.
A city in Colorado tries a different kind of justice system, powerful enough to transform a broken system of mass incarceration in the United States.
Matt Kibbe is joined by Maj Toure, founder of Black Guns Matter, to talk about lockdowns, protests, riots, and police reform.
Rapper and Blaze contributor Eric July joins Matt Kibbe to talk about the tragedy of George Floyd's death, the ensuing protests, and the need for police reform.
An overreaction by the government by dispatching active-duty military to police our cities only compounds the bad that the looting is doing.
Venture capitalist and Draper University founder Tim Draper joins Matt Kibbe to talk about lockdowns, free speech, regulation, and the proper role of government.
We’ve established a precedent that big government is in control and can, upon questionable pretext, exert its will.
We cannot expect to live in a just society if all it takes to get a pass on murder is a badge.
Matt Kibbe sits down with Matt Ridley, author of “How Innovation Works,” to talk about the mysterious process of economic and technological progress.
The more we mistakenly ask for “governmental help,” the more authoritarianism we get as we lose our civil and economic liberties.
While it’s important to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, we can’t forget about the other health care issues people are dealing with.
The outbreak of the COVID-19 global pandemic has lead to governments immediately stripping away many onerous regulations to help ease the burdens on their citizens.
Partisanship will be the driving force on how the history of this crisis will be recorded.
Matt Kibbe sits down with self-described Lunatic Farmer Joel Salatin and Rep. Thomas Massie to talk about the food shortages Americans are experiencing as a result of the coronavirus lockdown.
Dave Rubin, host of The Rubin Report and author of “Don’t Burn This Book,” sits down with Matt Kibbe to discuss the political Left’s response to the coronavirus.
Calling a product or a service a “human right” does not magically render it immune to scarcity.
The party of principled conservative family values is now the party of cognitive dissonance.
Matt Kibbe is joined by Kathleen McGoey and police Chief Mike Butler, to discuss how one Colorado city is revolutionizing the criminal justice system.
Free the People's award-winning documentary film, How to Love Your Enemy: A Restorative Justice Story, is available for one-night-only—Thursday 4/30 at 8PM ET on YouTube.
Matt Kibbe is joined by economist Antony Davies and political scientist James Harrigan, hosts of the popular Words & Numbers podcast.
I believe that most parents would be shocked if they realized what went on in these large school systems and the propaganda that their children receive daily.
News outlets have been repeatedly caught misrepresenting the COVID-19 pandemic to paint a picture that is worse than what Americans can actually observe with their own eyes.
Central planning, whether coming from the Left under socialism or the Right under populism, spells disaster for our liberty
Still on COVID-19 lockdown, Matt Kibbe is joined by Kerry McDonald, author of “Unschooled,” to talk about alternative education strategies during the coronavirus quarantine.
There is nothing immoral about accepting government funding; the danger lies in the strings attached.
It’s troubling to think that Americans have become prisoners in their own homes, placed under indefinite house arrest without any sort of due process.
Matt Kibbe is joined via Skype by Glenn Jacobs, the mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, to discuss how his state is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
As people lose their jobs, their communities, and their sense of hope overnight, the actions of these entrepreneurs are nothing short of heroic.
As the quarantine continues, Matt Kibbe is joined by Phillip Magness, a Senior Research Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research.
We have to balance the opinions of doctors with those from a wide variety of other relevant fields.
In this bonus episode of Kibbe on Liberty, Rep. Thomas Massie joins Matt Kibbe to give a play-by-play of his stand against the COVID-19 bailout bill.
Evidence continues to pour out of South Korea demonstrating that their model is the most effective means to contain the coronavirus.
What does it mean to be a leader, and how can we evaluate leadership during a crisis, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic?
In this special quarantine edition of Kibbe on Liberty, Matt Kibbe is joined via Skype by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky) to discuss the COVID-19 virus and the government’s response to it.
This bill is chock full of crony kickbacks, lobbyist handouts, and a wish list of progressive policies that have nothing to do with COVID-19.
Is school really necessary? I suspect many of us are about to find out.
When the wheels come off, we see that the rules we thought we needed actually make things worse, not better.
The stock market is reeling. Fortunes are being lost, unemployment rates are surging, the Federal Reserve is devaluing the dollar with its inflationary practices and there’s no telling how extensive or long lasting the economic damage will be.
As Americans, if we truly love freedom as we say we do, then at this point our government’s measures should urge us to ask ourselves: why are we copying China and not South Korea?