Libertarian Star Wars Special: “May the Market Farces Be With You!”

Star Wars Lilbertarian Special

From Reason.tv, just in time for the Holidays to save the economy planet. Written by Austin Bragg, Producer for Reason.com; Meredith Bragg Managing Editor of Reason TV; and Andrew Heaton, host of EconPop. Starring a highly trained cloned trooper, Austin Bragg, Andrew Heaton, Senator Revan Paul, Trade Federation Cultural Sensitivity Training, Edward Snowden, Chewbacca as Milton Friedman,  Jabba the Trump,  an MSNBC discussion of: “But who would build the Death Star without the government?”, the Wookie Medal Eligibility Bill, the audit of the “Imperial Reserve,” a woman kissing her own brother slippery slope, risk/reward relationships in the economics of war time interstellar travel, and the debate on Mandatory Droid Registration.  Includes references to prior productions of, “The Fault in our Death Stars” and “Free to Chewbacca: A Personal Statement.”

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About Joseph Buchman

Joe is a retired, formerly tenured professor of marketing and finance with an interest in adventure travel, chasing total solar eclipses, and Burning Man. He is a long-time volunteer with the Sundance Film Festival, former Chair of the Utah Libertarian Party and current Chair of the financial Audit Committee of the Libertarian Party. He and Cindy, his wife of over 25 years, have raised four highly successful children, several cats, and have generally failed with every houseplant ever gifted to them.

4 thoughts on “Libertarian Star Wars Special: “May the Market Farces Be With You!”

  1. Stephen V. Geddes

    Hmmm–enjoyable, in a way-out way. (what else can I say, Joe? should I indicate a relationship to avoid castigation by the SW promo society?) Tried to Like ya, but only card-carrying, password totin’ wordpressers seem to be allowed. Thanks for the free pass to the show.

  2. paulie

    First comment anyone leaves has to be approved by an editor. After that you should be home free if you use the same screen name and email in the form. I raised the links per comment from 2 up to 5 before that triggers moderation.

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