Dr. Jo Jorgensen on Protests, Riots, and the Libertarian Solution || EP 264

On today’s episode we were joined by Dr. Jo Jorgensen. Dr. Jorgensen is the Libertarian Party’s Nominee for President of the United States.

We discussed the George Floyd protests, the riots and looting that have ensued, and the Libertarian response to the militarization of our police. In addition, we talked Healthcare, Covid lockdowns, and a whole lot more!

She has some great ideas when it comes to decreasing the size of our Federal Government, and getting the nation set back on a track towards individual liberty. She‘s a great representative of Libertarianism, and exactly what we need to push forward with the movement.

The interview begins at roughly the 25:00 mark.

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Dr. Jo Jorgensen is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Clemson University. She holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (Clemson, 2002) and has taught full-time since 2006. She was graduated in 1979 from Baylor University with a B.S. in Psychology and in 1980 from Southern Methodist University with an MBA.

After earning her MBA, she put her education to work as a marketing representative for IBM. Relocating to Greenville, S.C. in 1983, she started her own software sales business.

After taking a career sabbatical to raise her two children, she became a partner in a software duplication company, later taking over as president and sole owner. She founded a business consulting company in 2002 and continues working with select clients.

Dr. Jo Jorgensen was the Libertarian Party Vice-Presidential Nominee with Harry Browne in 1996.