I just noticed that Kevin Gutzman’s excellent book The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution is selling for only $7.78, down from $19.95, at Amazon. Here’s my review of that book. (UPDATE: Perhaps because people started buying, it’s suddenly up to $12.56 — still a good deal, though.) Two of my own books, Nullification and… Read More
Archives for December 2011
According to Public Policy Polling’s most recent survey of likely Iowa caucus-goers, the current numbers are: Gingrich 22% Paul 21% Romney 16% Bachmann 11% Perry 9% Santorum 8% Huntsman 5% Johnson 1% In New Hampshire, Rasmussen is reporting these numbers: Romney 33% Gingrich 22% Paul 18% Huntsman… Read More
The last of my live Q&A sessions for 2011 will take place tonight at 9pm ET. Click here at that time to join in!
A couple days ago I emailed George Reisman, professor emeritus of economics at Pepperdine University, and brought to his attention a recent article by Henry Blodget at Business Insider. Refuting this article would bring him great intellectual pleasure, I said. Reisman emailed a reply to Blodget, and has granted… Read More
I’ve been balancing a number of long-term projects over the past few months, whose deadlines were approaching at the end of the year. I’m just about finished with them, which means little by little I’m able to start following current events more closely. Believe it… Read More
Joe Salerno, author of the excellent book Money: Sound and Unsound , takes up the question.
I’ll always consider New England my home, so I’m thrilled to be able to speak at a debate party in Manchester on January 7. Jordan Page will be there as well. Hope you can attend, and/or help spread the word!