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At 8pm ET Jeff Herbener — the unstumpable economist — and I will be taking your questions live — and with this new platform, you can join us on the screen if you like! Sign in to your account and click on to join us.

If you haven’t yet joined us, now’s a great time to sign up for — we’ve got nine courses you can listen to (or watch) at your leisure, with several more to come this year, plus rwadings, Q&A forums, and more. And to celebrate two years of teaching, we’re offering 50% off a year’s subscription with coupon code DISCOUNT (all caps). Click here to be a part of it!

Next Live Q&A April 2!

It’s time for our next live Q&A, this Wednesday, April 2, at 8:00pm ET. For 90 minutes Jeff Herbener and I will take your questions on economics, using our new live platform. In this Q&A, you’ll be able to ask text questions as before, but if you have a webcam, you can also raise your virtual hand and I can bring you onto everyone’s screen with us! Bear with us this first time through as we get used to the new system. I think it will be a vast improvement over previous sessions.

To join us, sign in to your account around 8:00pm ET on Wednesday, and then click “Live Sessions” at the top of your screen. Or just go to our live page: Bring your questions or just come and watch!

If you’re not yet a member, now’s a great time to join.

Free Signed Copy of The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History — Last Day!

Subscribe to by the end of the day today and receive a free, signed copy of my book The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, a New York Times bestseller. Liberty Classroom gives you nine courses (with more to come) you can listen to on the go or watch on your screen (every lecture comes in both video and audio format), plus recommended reading, Q&A forums, and more. Click here to find out more and to subscribe!

If you’d like the free book, then after subscribing drop us a note on the contact page with your mailing address and we’ll ship it right out to you.

Historians Q&A Coming Up — Open to the Public

On Wednesday, January 29, at 8:30pm ET, the three Liberty Classroom historians — Tom Woods, Kevin Gutzman, and Brion McClanahan — will hold a live 90-minute Q&A. Bring your questions or just come and watch!

Unlike most of our live sessions, this one will be open to the public and not restricted to members. To join us, go to around 8:30 Wednesday night. Hope to see you then!

Our Q&A sessions are an optional supplement to the nine courses that Liberty Classroom members can download and view or listen to at their convenience.

Free Copies of The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History

This year marks ten years since the release of my book The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, the book that enraged the New York Times but spent 12 weeks on its bestseller list.

To commemorate this, I am giving away signed copies of the Politically Incorrect Guide to everyone who signs up for my — where you can learn history, economics, and philosophy the way it should have been taught the first time — in January of this year.

Sign up, then drop us a line with your mailing address. The book will be on its way!

(Our courses, which are downloadable and can be listened to in your car, now include U.S. History to 1877, U.S. History Since 1877, History of Political Thought, Austrian Economics Step by Step, Introduction to Logic, American Constitutional History, Western Civilization to 1500, Western Civilization Since 1500, and John Maynard Keynes: His System and Its Fallacies.)

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