You may have heard about the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, which posts its prices online. One of the two founders was a guest at our wedding, so I’ve known about them for a while, but over the past couple years their story has begun to… Read More
Archives for July 2013
The Free Staters in New Hampshire are among the express reasons given for why the Concord police department is applying to purchase an armored vehicle. The Free Staters, who are nonviolent, are lumped into the category of “domestic terrorism.” For not wanting anyone to use violence. The relevant portion of the application reads: The… Read More
You can’t really hear us, and it sounds as if the whole bar is singing, but here I am doing karaoke with (among others) the great Bob Murphy and FEE’s Steve Patterson, after day two of Mises University last week.
This year at Mises U., the week-long instructional seminar in Austrian economics that has diverted me from blogging this week, we have Pobo Efekoro, a 17-year-old high school student from Brooklyn whose super-successful chess team got him featured on the Daily Show, and is the… Read More
Writes Kevin Gutzman : A year ago, I spoke at the annual Hannah Arendt Conference at Bard College. The conference’s subject was presidential leadership. I expressed skepticism at the idea that I should be “led” by a politician. Most other panel participants — politicians, political scientists, museum… Read More
My opening remarks to Mises University 2013: And check out my Learn Austrian Economics resource page.