I’ll be filling in for Peter on the Peter Schiff Show two weeks in a row starting next Monday. I have a few guest ideas in mind, but I am very interested in your input. I prefer to avoid candidates for office if possible; these can come off… Read More
Archives for April 2012
From the well-worth-the-wait Thick as a Brick 2 .
Mitt the Exciting, Part II
I received a note via my Contact page to the effect that it was “low” of me to have posted a picture of a Romney crowd from January. Why, didn’t I know the photo was from January? How awful! Aside from the fact that my post linked to the January article containing the photo, the real… Read More
Mitt Excites America
A Romney crowd in South Carolina .
Happy Birthday, Amy!
Smashing a Fallacy
Someone sent a message via my Facebook page in which he noted something a friend had told him: Demand creates jobs. How do we increase demand? We provide assistance where needed to create economic activity where the private sector won’t. We INVEST it in our infrastructure instead of… Read More
Peter Schiff Show Today!
I’m filling in for Peter again today. My guests will be CNBC’s John Carney and nutrition blogger Steve Cooksey, who’s in trouble in North Carolina for practicing nutrition without a license. Show runs from 10am-12pm ET. Taking your calls at 855-4-SCHIFF. Listen live for free (no subscription required)!
Molyneux Debates Taxation, Constitution, Police, Military
Tonight at 9pm ET Stefan Molyneux debates Dave Nalle on these interesting topics. Get your free account in advance so you can tune in promptly. No way can this be dull. Here’s the Facebook invite , and here’s the ongoing discussion thread about tonight’s debate.
Hear the Mises Lecture that Inspired Ron Paul
Over at the Circle Bastiat we discover that the audio of a lecture given by Ludwig von Mises in Houston in 1972 is available for download. More interesting still is that Ron Paul, in his early years of studying the Austrian school, was in the audience.