I get this kind of plea in my inbox all the time. I am not scolding anyone, and I have no one in particular in mind in this post. But the main problem is not so much that I’m too busy to help, although that… Read More
Archives for January 2012
On February 11 I’ll be speaking in Washington state , about an hour outside Seattle, for the first time since 2009. Please help spread the word, and I hope to see you there!
The great Bob Murphy on the culprits.
A bill has been introduced into the Virginia legislature that would in effect nullify the indefinite detention provision of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Numerous other states are contemplating similar initiatives. Read about NDAA nullification , and on the historical, constitutional, and moral grounds for state… Read More
It’s now or never. Reignite the excitement of the Revolution by stealing the show. (1) “The Tea Party’s key issues have been bailouts, debt, and spending. Mitt and Newt both supported the TARP bailouts. The whole people were against those bailouts, and the elites were… Read More
Just received an advance copy of Kevin Gutzman’s James Madison and the Making of America . It’s a featured selection of the History Book Club for February, an honor in itself. But the blurbs on this thing are especially impressive; endorsements of this book come from people who can boast Pulitzer Prizes,… Read More
Ron Paul Republican and smart and likeable guy John Dennis will run against Nancy Pelosi this year.
Conservative ex-CIA guy Philip Giraldi makes the case.
At least the Internet allows the consumer to get revenge. Exhibit A: Mish .