A fan sent in this photo of pumpkins he carved. How could I not post it?
Archives for October 2010
An Informed Journalist Who Asks Good Questions?
I was on the Matt Lewis Show the other day, a popular podcast based out of AOL’s Politics Daily. Host Matt Lewis asked intelligent questions and gave me time to answer them. Here’s the link. Also of interest: Adam Curry (formerly of MTV) and John Dvorak are digging… Read More
Bashing Some Zombies
I wrote this article the other day in response to a zombie attack from Media Matters, the left-wing commissar-enforcer hypochondriac site. It applies equally to another commissar, Ian Millhiser of ThinkProgress, who likes to quote 15-year-old statements against me that obviously have nothing to do with my work… Read More
Woods, Johnson, Forbes at FreedomFest
Here’s the video of the closing panel at this year’s FreedomFest. Moderator Mark Skousen presided over a panel consisting of Morton Blackwell, Richard Viguerie, Steve Forbes, Gov. Gary Johnson, and me. Topics include the state of the Republican Party, the economy, foreign policy, and more.… Read More
Woods’ Law #2
The “progressive” Left always prefers a neoconservative to an antiwar libertarian. That’s Woods’ Law #2. They can overlook the support for war, the centralization of power (what “progressive” would disagree with that these days?), the encroachments on civil liberties. That’s all fine and dandy. But… Read More
If You’re in Boston…
…do not miss Robert Murphy and Robert Wenzel on October 29. These guys know what they’re talking about on the economy. And you will not be bored, believe me. Details here .
Woods in French
My essay “The Unanswered Questions of the Just Wage,” which first appeared in the 2007 book Catholic Social Teaching and the Market Economy (download the entire book for free ), has been translated into French . For more of my work — in English, of course — on Catholic social teaching, see the relevant section of my… Read More
Another Genius Attacks Nullification
This time it’s former state legislator Kevin Rennie, writing in the Hartford Courant. I insist you read this for yourself . It’s the usual enforcer/commissar routine, peppered with three facts he remembers from sixth grade. His knowledge of American history may rise to the level of Schoolhouse Rock. Forget… Read More
A Persistent Critic
I posted this some time ago, but a few things have gotten lost in the shuffle since we switched all the urls to tomwoods.com. I can’t stand having to do this; I much prefer to ignore this crowd, a crowd I can’t believe anyone is… Read More
The South and America’s Wars
A very interesting conference is being held on this topic next February. Details here .