You know how some people are so clueless they have no idea how clueless they are? Bob Murphy just wrote to me about a critic of his most recent video: Someone posted a comment on my Hurricane price controls YouTube, quoting the relevant legal statutes outlawing price… Read More
Archives for November 2012
Thanks to the forthcoming Lincoln movie. This article at Slate , which (naturally) takes the establishment line, quotes Tom DiLorenzo — author of The Real Lincoln — without using the Marxoid neologism “neo-Confederate,” so that’s a start. And here’s Kevin Gutzman’s take on the mythical Lincoln American kids are taught to revere.
Though what she really means is, “Don’t blame me.” Don’t blame me for shilling pathetically for Romney during the primaries, when anyone could see that a guy with so little charisma, so obviously fake, and so obviously unprincipled, was unelectable. That’s what she’s saying .
My friend Paul Caruso, formerly the Ian Anderson figure in the New York-based Jethro Tull tribute band Warchild, is looking for musicians to play acoustic Jethro Tull for a new project. Interested? Contact him here . Here’s Paul playing alongside Glenn Cornick, Tull’s original bass player: And here… Read More
Dick Morris, the political strategist who two days before the election predicted Romney would win with 325 electoral votes (he got 206), now says the GOP has got to start appealing to the youth and minorities. The candidate who did by far the best in both categories is not mentioned, but you probably knew… Read More
State nullification is Thomas Jefferson’s idea, derived from the Richmond Ratification Convention of 1788, that the states must refuse to allow the enforcement of unconstitutional federal laws within their borders. Here’s an overview of nullification . Here are answers to common objections . Here’s how the mainstream media treats nullification . Here’s my book Nullification , with endorsements from Judge Andrew Napolitano, Walter Williams,… Read More
Guess which version we were taught in school. Eric Alterman sums up what we now know, which in every particular runs counter to the propaganda version: § There was no “eyeball to eyeball” confrontation; Soviet ships were 750 miles away when they turned around. §… Read More
Here’s what I said while in Chicago last week. Some personal stuff here, some history, and some laughs. Hope you like it.
No matter what happens today, tomorrow we’ll still be fighting the same old fight. You can either find this depressing, or actually take comfort in it.