After several high-profile national Libertarian candidates disappointed at the polls, Michael Heise decided it was time to bring things back to their fundamentals: liberty, and local action. So, in 2017, he helped found the Mises Caucus, a stripped-down, leaner, more aggressive movement within the Party to give it a much-needed infusion of energy and momentum. But every big change meets resistance, and some of the resistance they’ve experienced has been truly breathtaking. Heise joins Tatiana on this episode to talk about how the Caucus started, theor goals, and why liberty-lovers should get on board!
About the Guest:
Michael Heise is the founder and chair of the Libertarian Party Mises Caucus and Mises PAC. Michael was brought into the liberty movement through the Ron Paul Revolution in 2008 and never looked back. He has been a writer, a podcaster, man-on-the-street interviewer and civil disobedience activist. He founded the caucus in late 2017 after comparing the experiences of the Ron Paul Revolution to the Gary Johnson campaign and concluded that the Liberty Movement is desperately needed within the Libertarian Party. Focusing on radical messaging, local level nullification efforts and local level candidates, the Mises Caucus presents a bold yet realistic direction for the Libertarian Party.
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