Retired chemistry professor Julian Heicklen is facing imprisonment for advocating jury nullification to passersby, following an indictment by federal prosecutors last year, according to the New York Times. He stood on a plaza outside the United States Courthouse in Manhattan and handed out brochures on the subject.… Read More
Archives for November 2011
Several readers have alerted me to an article in the New York Times the other day by Gail Collins, making fun of Ron Paul for not believing in the need for various government agencies and functions. I haven’t had time to glance at it —… Read More
During the Iowa caucuses, each caucus meeting will allow a two-minute speech to be delivered by a supporter of each of the presidential candidates. These speeches can play an important role in influencing the vote; in the past I’ve heard a figure of 17% of… Read More
A reader writes: I am currently taking an Economics 101 class in college. My professor is clearly a Keynesian economist (and worked for the Fed). I have done my best to read about Austrian Economics and I know enough to realize that he has it… Read More
The SuperVoter Bomb . Here’s my 2 1/2-minute video explaining it.
The social conservative leader has ruled out Ron Paul for his organization’s endorsement because Paul believes in “states’ rights” across the board — rather an odd view for a Christian group to take. Christians, from Calvinists to Catholics, are supposed to believe in subsidiarity, an ancient principle… Read More
At 9pm ET at PatriotPolls.com . The GOP debate will still be going on, so I can do live commentary while also taking your questions. See you there!