Episode 76: Lily Forester



Three years ago Lily Forester fled the United States for Mexico with her partner, John Galton, to escape long-term prison sentences for the production and sale of cannabis. On February 1, John was murdered at their homestead on the outskirts of Acapulco. This is Lily’s first interview since John’s death.

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Episode 73: Ask Me Anything



In our second “Ask Me Anything” episode I answer questions from Renegade University students and members of the Unregistered Underground supporting listeners group. The topics range from sex-positive feminism to the future of higher education to the renegade history of the world. To join the Unregistered Underground so you can participate in our AMAs, go to UnregisteredUnderground.com
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Episode 71: Julien Nitzberg



Julien Nitzberg is a screenwriter, stage writer, lyricist, theater director and film director best known as the director of the documentary The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia. He also wrote the book and lyrics and directed the musical The Beastly Bombing or A Terrible Tale of Terrorists Tamed by the Tangles of True Love, which won the LA Weekly Theater Award for Best Musical of the Year.
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Episode 69: Daniel Coffeen



Daniel Coffeen holds a PhD in Rhetoric from the University of California at Berkeley and is the author of Reading the Way of Things: Towards a New Technology of Making Sense. His lectures on the history of philosophy and rhetoric were legendary among undergraduates at UC Berkeley and are now available on iTunes. He now works as a branding consultant for startups and established companies in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Episode 68: Keith Whittington



Keith Whittington is the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics at Princeton University. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. His work on American constitutional law, theory and politics, federalism, judicial politics, and the presidency has been published widely, and he is the author of many books. His most recent book, Speak Freely: Why Universities Must Defend Free Speech, which is the subject of our conversation.
For full show notes, go to: thaddeusrussell.com/podcast/68