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January 25, 2013 01:48 AM PST

In this episode Rodney invites his wife Adia Smith and friends Shana Stuckey and VeArtis Phillips to discuss relationships. This episodes touches on topics such as gender roles, social norms, communication skills, logic, reason, emotions, and ideas on how to improve relationships.

January 23, 2013 08:22 PM PST

In this episode the Host Rodney Smith invites his friend Stanley and Matthew to explore monopolies, liberty, freedom, taxes, economics, and politics.

January 09, 2013 10:59 AM PST

In this Episode the host, Rodney Smith, his wife Adia Smith, and his friends Simone and Ed, explore how many people attempt to control other people's behavior by trying to restrict the things people can do with their body and property and how this relates to the use of the words Nigga and Nigger. This episode also includes a clip from an interview between Michael Eric Dyson and Russell Simmons, where they also discuss the use of the word Nigga. Here is the link to that interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUgMK3U7vYk

December 19, 2012 09:13 PM PST

In this episode the host Rodney Smith invites Shana Stuckey, Simone Ladd, and Shane McElroy to discuss Chicago Gun Laws, Gun Violence, Self Ownership, Economics, and Freedom.

December 19, 2012 09:07 PM PST

In episode 12 of the Freedom Experiment the host Rodney Smith invites his friend Matthew Smith to talk about un-schooling and how un-schooling impacted Matt's life.

December 11, 2012 05:02 AM PST

In this episode Rodney Smith interviews unschooling specialist Dayna Martin. Dayna Martin is a radical unschooling advocate, author, and conference speaker. She founded Unschooling United, a non-profit organization dedicated to the radical unschooling movement. Rodney asks Dayna about her definition of unschooling, how unschooling is related to liberty and freedom, and how to implement unschooling within a family.

December 07, 2012 05:31 PM PST

In this episode the host Rodney Smith had on a special guest Neema Vedadi. Neema is the host of a podcast called the Freedom Feens. In this episode Rodney and Neema discuss economics, anarchy, freedom, liberty, collectivism, moral relativism, governments, destructiveness of the state, and taxation.

Here is a little more about Neema from his podcast's website:
Neema Vedadi is a former television journalist and independent media producer. He won the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters award for Best News Piece in 2010 and now lives and works in Texas. He quit working for the mainstream media “to pursue honest work” because he was “sick of being a mouthpiece for the horizontal enforcement of The Man.”

December 07, 2012 10:03 AM PST

In this episode the host Rodney Smith interviews some of his friends, Akia, David, Ken, Niquita, and Horatio. Rodney asks them questions about government, taxes, morality, philosophy, and anarchy.

November 26, 2012 06:32 PM PST

In episode 8 the host Rodney Smith interviews Michael Dean, who is the co-host on the Freedom Feens podcast (http://www.freedomfeens.com) and he hosts his own podcast called Anarchy Gumbo (http://www.kittyfeet.com). Rodney interviews Michael on topics that relate to anarchy, history of weed and hemp, the non-aggression principle, libertarianism, audio editing for podcasting, and the history of podcasting.

November 19, 2012 04:53 PM PST
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In this episode the Host Rodney Smith has a speacial guest Brett Veinotte. Brett is the host of a widely known podcast called School Sucks at schoolsucks.podmatic.com or edu-lu-tion.com. In this episode Brett and Rodney discuss collectivism, collectivism in the African American Community, politics, government, parenting, authority figures, and sports.

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