There was an unfortunate post yesterday at Bleeding Heart Libertarians attacking the apriorism of the Misesian tradition. Now sure, the author can claim no such intent — he never mentions Mises’ name, after all. But after giving rather an unhelpful overview of the issues at stake, he does… Read More
Archives for October 2013
This is almost funny. Tom Watson, writing at Salon , takes his fellow progressives to task for including libertarians and other people who aren’t clones of themselves in an anti-NSA coalition. Why, why, libertarians oppose “communitarian participation in liberal society” (a delightful euphemism that leaves out the police and the… Read More
Though they’re not surprises to some of us. Kevin Gutzman writes on Facebook today: Kaiser Health News says, “Health plans are sending hundreds of thousands of cancellation letters to people who buy their own coverage, frustrating some consumers who want to keep what they have… Read More
On central banks and business cycles, that is. Want to learn Austrian economics? Start with my LearnAustrianEconomics.com .
Congratulations to Jeremy Neufeld, who correctly identified the outro music of the Tom Woods Show and won the signed copy of We Who Dared to Say No to War . It’s “Misère” by Martin Barre, guitarist for Jethro Tull. Here’s the whole thing (the part I use starts around 0:33). I really like this… Read More