Since we’d known about the NSA’s activities for several years, what exactly was new about Edward Snowden’s revelations? I asked Judge Andrew Napolitano this question while hosting the Peter Schiff Show this morning.
Archives for August 2013
From the Peter Schiff Show (which I hosted) today. Tomorrow I’ll talk to Judge Napolitano.
At this year’s PorcFest, Bob Murphy and David Friedman (Milton’s son) debated Austrian vs. Chicago School economics. The debate is below. As usual, each side thinks it crushed the other one. And of course my own bias is in favor of Bob. But here’s the… Read More
Newt Gingrich now admits that neoconservative foreign-policy interventionism has backfired. “It may be that our capacity to export democracy is a lot more limited than we thought,” the former Speaker said. (Before I get to the significance of this, one quick point: Gingrich says expressly, “I am a neoconservative.”… Read More
In my post about Mises University 2013 I neglected the nicest photo of all.
You may have heard about the outage that struck HostGator, BlueHost, and HostMonster yesterday, with millions of websites affected. Thankfully, TomWoods.com is not hosted by any of those companies, but my sister site LibertyClassroom.com is. The outage lasted about eight hours — more or less unheard of. I sent out a notice alerting… Read More
Not their best work by a long shot, but Jethro Tull’s “Home” is in my head these days. Just a simple, lovely song. As the dawn sun breaks over sleepy gardens I’ll be here to do all things to comfort you. And though I’ve been… Read More