Tony Flood is engaging in a close and careful reading and refutation of an anti-market book written by an erstwhile colleague of mine, on Catholic social teaching and the market economy. My own most complete statement on the subject takes the form of my book The Church and the Market (which… Read More
Archives for April 2011
George Soros, who among many other things bankrolls the left-nationalist thought-control site ThinkProgress, gave a lecture on economic thought the other day. Ouch. Soros said, “Friedrich Hayek is generally regarded as the apostle of a brand of economics which holds that the market will assure the optimal allocation of… Read More
In case you just woke up and haven’t checked your Facebook feed or the LewRockwell.com blog, here’s another killer video by John Papola, who brought us “Fear the Boom and Bust.” A beardless Joe Salerno plays Mises.
That’s all I can conclude from this recent poll , which finds Mike Huckabee leading the pack of GOP contenders. Exactly zero would change under Huckabee: same bipartisan foreign policy, same budget, same entitlements, same everything. So the GOP is evidently pretty bullish on the country after all… Read More
Yes, Dave Ramsey is good when it comes to getting out of debt, but here we see how in over his head he really is. Not to mention being a vicious jerk, which I didn’t realize until I saw this video.
Courtesy of Kevin Gutzman, a “distinguished research professor” writes on an email list in excitement about Eric Foner’s Pulitzer Prize: “If I may add my two cents — Eric Foner is no ivory tower scholar. His Lincoln, like his other works, reflects his own commitments… Read More
Former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson launched his 2012 presidential campaign today. The commissars of approved opinion instantly condemned him for deviating from the Biden/Romney spectrum. Like Ron Paul, Johnson has had some favorable things to say about state nullification, which was used in the 1850s to fight against… Read More