Today I talked to Tom DiLorenzo about the Revolution of 1913 — the 16th Amendment, the 17th Amendment, and the Federal Reserve — 100 years later. Have a listen ! (Subscribe to the Tom Woods Show on iTunes or Stitcher , or use our rss feed or archive… Read More
Archives for November 2013
THAT AUSTRALIAN MINIMUM WAGE
So-called progressives raise this objection a lot: Australia has a high minimum wage and robust employment, so…. This week I had Ben O’Neill, a professor in Australia, clear things up for us in an episode of my podcast . Inspired by the program, Ben went on to write an article on the… Read More
Woods to Tea Partiers: Pledge of Allegiance Is Anti-American
I spoke at a very nice event on nullification last month in Raleigh, North Carolina. At the beginning of the event, someone led the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance. At 21:45, I gently correct them on this:
Hosting Peter Schiff Show Today
I’m hosting the Peter Schiff Show today (10am-12pm ET). Listen live for free (no subscription necessary) at SchiffRadio.com . Then, at noon ET, join me for the Tom Woods Show , where I’ll be talking to Mark Thornton about gold, the economy, and the skyscraper curse!
Business Insider: Falling Prices Are So Bad!
One critic once accused me of taking on straw men when dealing with deflation — no one argues against deflation that way, the critic said, so why are you addressing such arguments? And yet here it is, as plain as day, in Business Insider: “ The Truth About Deflation: Here’s Why It’s Terrible When Prices Go Down… Read More
Denmark, World’s Happiest Country — But Why?
Not long ago the American media was gushing with the news that Denmark was the world’s “happiest” country, according to recent research, and that the reasons generally involved Denmark’s large public sector and welfare state. So I talked to Denmark’s Professor Christian Bjørnskov on yesterday’s show , and… Read More
My Insane Schedule
On Monday, November 11, I’ll be at Miami University in Ohio. Then it’s: November 18: Clarion University, Clarion, PA November 19: Penn State University, State College, PA November 20: St. Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, MO (lunchtime) November 20: Lindenwood University, St. Charles,… Read More
Free Copies of Nullification
We’re commemorating the 215th anniversary of the passage of the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 by giving away signed copies of my book Nullification to people who join my LibertyClassroom.com in the coming days. Check out the courses we have there (in history, economics, and philosophy), which you can… Read More
October’s Book Winners
I give away signed books to each of ten subscribers to my e-letter every month. Here are October’s winners: Joe Bartello Ann Bergeron Paul Sedkowski Joel Bolin Lisa Fitzgerald Sumner Baggett Scott Rasener Shane Ingraham Rob Collister Erik Gliedman