I have four things to say. (1) David Weidner wrote an article critical of the gold standard. (2) The article contains gems of knowledge like this: Another problem is that rather than try to improve our currency systems, we keep going back to this 600 B.C.… Read More
Archives for September 2012
Told in a forthcoming film, which could use your support.
Dan McCarthy has some good observations: I was surprised by how much nostalgia the lip-biting, finger-pointing Bill Clinton evoked last night. It wasn’t a pleasant feeling: I had forgotten just how much I disliked his malign charisma. But there’s no denying his talent — a… Read More
Here’s the complete video. I start at 1:23:37. (I have the video set to start from there.) I’m asked about my forthcoming podcast, Lyndon LaRouche, Gary Johnson, Judge Napolitano, Mises and Menger, the Euro, and lots of other fun things. Join us next time —… Read More
You’ve probably seen this by now, but here’s Peter Schiff at the Democratic Convention posing as an imbecile, and finding people who think profits should be banned.
Have I lost my mind, do I just love my audience, am I a clever marketer, or is it a combination of all three? I can’t answer that question for you. What I can tell you is this. You know how Amazon pays you 75… Read More
I’ll be taking your questions in a live video Q&A tonight at 10:30pm ET. Join me at lfnyc.com !
My latest video solicits thoughts on this important question, and offers a suggestion for October. (If you want to comment on this, please comment on the special page I mention in the video.)
During your meditations on the significance of labor unions today, which (as a responsible citizen grateful for a special day dedicated to honoring labor) you are surely doing, you might also consider thinking about the role of capital. Talk about despised and misunderstood! Here is… Read More