My remarks at the Mises Institute ’s 30th anniversary event last weekend. I hope you like this one.
Archives for October 2012
Today’s the Day
Hosting the Peter Schiff Show today and talking to Mark Sisson of the Primal Blueprint. Taking your calls at 855-4-SCHIFF. Listen live for free, 10am-12pm ET!
Talking to the Primal Blueprint’s Mark Sisson Tomorrow
The storm has interfered with Peter Schiff’s broadcasting facilities, so I’ll be filling in as host tomorrow on the Peter Schiff Show. In addition to taking your calls, I’ll be talking to Mark Sisson of the Primal Blueprint. If you don’t know who he is, check out… Read More
More Benefits from Visiting TomWoods.com
Right now you can get my book The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History for a mere eight bucks. I felt it was my responsibility to tell you. You can subscribe to The American Conservative magazine, where I’m a contributing editor (and in fact I have an article in the most recent issue), for an… Read More
The Fed Is Your Friend, Citizen, So Shut Up
Check out this graphic on the Federal Reserve. Let me summarize it for you: the Fed is run by super-smart guys and plays a really, really important and indispensable role in the economy. It was never, ever intended to help Wall Street or the big banks. That’s… Read More
Deficit Hawk Endorses Romney
David Walker, the former comptroller general who has tried to draw attention to the debt and entitlement problems, has endorsed Mitt Romney for president. “He has stated a commitment to fiscal responsibility and true government transformation. I was personally reassured by a meeting with him covering his commitment and… Read More
No, World War II Did Not Help the Economy
Here’s something to use when someone tries to make this claim against you. And here’s the resource page the video mentions.
What’s Driving the GDP Figures?
Government spending, not a healthy economy, says Shawn Ritenour .
$60,000 Per Poor Family
According to figures in a Congressional Research Service report on federal spending on poverty, there was $60,000 of such spending per poor family in 2011.
Just added another speaking date, this one at Michigan State University on December 4. Details to come. And I hope to see you Chicagoans this Friday night at Jaks Tap from 5-7pm!