There is something compelling about this haunting song by Blackfield. (Incidentally, tonight some friends and I are seeing Journey, with Loverboy and Pat Benatar. Not my style, by and large, as you regular readers know, but probably an enjoyable evening all the same. I’m calling… Read More
Archives for August 2012
Doug Wead is without a doubt the smoothest and most articulate of the campaign people. A few comments of my own to introduce this video. (1) See what you think about his answer to the question regarding Jesse Benton’s description of the decent Paul Festival… Read More
Half the students are accused of cheating.
I’ll be speaking at the Mises Circle in Manhattan ( event page ; Facebook page ) on September 14, an event that features David Stockman, Peter Schiff, and Lew Rockwell, among others. That night I’ll be speaking at the Ron Paul Freedom Dinner (limited to 100 people), and the next day, September 15,… Read More
I’d make an ad, with appropriate video clips, about the GOP’s Stalinesque behavior at the RNC. Then I’d say: let’s stick it to these corrupt creeps.
I missed this article when it came out, but Philipp Bagus deals clearly and to my mind persuasively with the vexed question of credit default swaps .
There’s a bizarre left-wing/LaRouchian claim going around that the Austrian School of economics is nothing more than a grandiose rationalization of world domination by the existing financial elite. The financial elite allegedly support Austrian economics for this reason. Leaving aside the general absurdity of the claim (are the financial… Read More
Jeff Taylor is a good guy who is hard to pigeonhole ideologically, but I think he’s an old-timey progressive who despises modern “liberalism” and has a soft spot for Ron Paul. Here’s his take on the RNC , which he’s reporting on for the leftist but interesting Counterpunch.