Let me state at the outset that I don’t believe vote fraud is the primary (so to speak) reason Ron Paul isn’t leading the pack in the race for the GOP nomination, and I think too many people have jumped from the fact that he… Read More
Archives for March 2012
The Mises Institute just streamlined its blog, which is now tighter and more focused. Check out Circle Bastiat, a reference to the Rothbardian community of young scholars in the 1950s, which included George Reisman, Ralph Raico, Leonard Liggio, and others. Check it out !
No, says Denise Minger .
Bruce Bartlett, the Austrian-turned-supply-sider-turned-Bush-critic-turned-Obama-voter, who has spent his career on the lookout for the next bandwagon to ride, has an article in the New York Times today calling for higher taxes on “the rich.” Yawn. Here’s his profound moral analysis of the issues involved in further expropriating… Read More
Tune in to the Peter Schiff Show tomorrow (Wednesday), when I’ll be filling in as host again. The show can be listened to for free during the broadcast (10am-12pm ET) at SchiffRadio.com .
Yesterday my wife was listening to local talk radio, and the subject of that guy who shot up all those women and children in Afghanistan was being discussed. The host was saying what a horrific thing this was. The callers disagreed. Our troops are under… Read More