“You’d think between the antiwar radicalism of Obama and the laissez faire anarchism of Bush, we’d have a libertarian paradise by now.” –Anthony Gregory
Archives for September 2012
Anthony Gregory to Conservatives: Reconsider Drug War
Over at The American Conservative, Anthony Gregory writes : Missing in the conservative approach to the issue has been an understanding of the grave threats prohibition poses to the social institutions that cultural conservatives, including the Christian right, hold dear…. The drug war embodies secular leviathan… Read More
Jury Nullification in New Hampshire!
Slightly old news now, but thanks to everyone who sent me “ New Hampshire Jury Nullifies Major Felony Marijuana Case .”
Thirty-Seven Questions Later, Economist Not Yet Stumped
As I’ve said before, in nearly 20 years of asking Professor Jeff Herbener questions about economics, I have yet to stump him. His unbroken streak continues. Last night, members of LibertyClassroom.com asked him 37 questions, and we all learned quite a bit. Here’s a sample of… Read More
End the Fed, this Saturday
Demonstrations will take place around the country .
Time for Ron Paul Fans to Support the Constitution
By voting for Mitt Romney, says Kurt Schlichter . (Thanks to Drew Rankin.)
Clear Your Schedule
The presidential and vice-presidential debates are coming up.
Jim Rogers on Everything
Here’s the raw footage of our interview with Jim Rogers, for our forthcoming film The Bubble .
Economist Warns: Romney and Ryan Will Abolish Everything!
OK, so I just said it’s one of the establishment’s jobs to pretend the public has a real choice come election time. Here’s Princeton professor and establishment economist extraordinaire Alan Blinder : “But with Messrs. Romney and Ryan, it’s out with Franklin Roosevelt and in with Ayn Rand.” The University… Read More
The Establishment’s Job
It’s the job of the Establishment to confine the range of debate within narrow limits, to designate certain opinions as acceptable and others by implication as “extreme,” and to trick the public into thinking every presidential election — invariably between Establishment Candidate A and Establishment… Read More