That’s what Salon asked in its silly list of 11 questions for libertarians. Here’s a pretty good response. (I had been meaning to post this for a day or so, but I was reminded when I saw it on the LRC blog .)
Archives for September 2013
He hires the Syria analyst who pretended to have a Ph.D. (Thanks to Kevin Gutzman.)
A reader writes: I am a high school senior, who is about to graduate. I am torn between two different career choices: entrepreneurship, or constitutional law. I love politics, and I love talking about theory of government. That is what I am passionate about. Yet… Read More
Old-school monetarist David Laidler. When interviewer Russ Roberts notes the significance of the fact that Laidler takes an Austrian view of the present crisis, Laidler replies : “Well, you must remember that I’m retired, so I don’t have to worry about pleasing journal editors any more.”
I interviewed Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull on the show earlier today.
This video will be of interest only to my Catholic readers, but here’s what I told an audience of about 750 at Benedictine College earlier this month. UPDATE: Here’s a version with Spanish subtitles.
William Ridenour writes: At the bottom there is a question to consider, based upon the following hypothetical situation. The Constitutional convention is closing, but before sending out the representatives to their various states to debate and ratify the newly proposed Constitution, George Washington rises and… Read More
So here’s the thing. I just started a half-hour show that broadcasts at 12 noon ET every day. At first, I thought I wanted the ability to take calls. Unfortunately, the only way to do this that isn’t ludicrously cost-prohibitive is to adopt a platform… Read More
Here’s the inaugural episode of a new commentary series from the Mises Institute: the Mises View.