Today’s Tom Woods Letter, which all the influential people receive every weekday. Be one of them . The good news is, the Contra Cruise was the single greatest event of the past 200 years. It was truly amazing. Photos and video footage to come. Bob Murphy came in third… Read More
Archives for October 2016
BONUS Ep. 760 Mastering Email: The Quickest Way to Get an Advantage Over Your Competitors
Capitalism is all about buying and selling, and if you want to sell online, you have to know how to use email the right way. If you master email marketing, you’ll have a huge advantage over your competitors – most of whom, frankly, will be… Read More
Ep. 759 The Paleos: When Rothbard Rejoined the Right in the 1990s
In the 1990s, Murray Rothbard thought an opportune moment had arisen to reach out again to the American right wing. With the Cold War over, a number of interesting and impressive conservative thinkers were concluding that it was time to stop the global interventionism and… Read More
My Listeners Built This Widow a House
Yesterday’s Tom Woods Letter, which all the influential people receive every weekday. Be one of them . How about this: my listeners just paid to have a house built for a poor widow. Likisana cares for her three grandchildren, all of whom are orphans, and one of whom is… Read More
It’s a Miracle: Libertarians Helping Each Other
When you’re outside the so-called mainstream, it’s encouraging to be reminded that you’re not alone. When Pope John Paul II visited Poland in the late 1970s, the huge numbers who came out to see him looked at each other and realized for the first time… Read More
Ep. 758 Where Bernie Went Wrong
Senator Bernie Sanders attracted plenty of attention this election cycle, but while his complaints weren’t always without merit, his proposed solutions would only have added fuel to the fire. Hunter Lewis, author of the new book Where Bernie Went Wrong , joins me to take a closer look at… Read More
Ep. 757 DEBATE: Is Fractional Reserve Banking Economically Benign?
When I recently ( episode 745 ) spoke to Professor Jeffrey Herbener about the economic effects of fractional-reserve banking, I recalled that John Tamny and I had had a disagreement on the subject. So for this episode I’ve invited both of these gentlemen for a formal debate… Read More
Ep. 756 Was Margaret Thatcher a Libertarian Hero?
Conservatives and many libertarians look back fondly on British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, whom they remember for taking on trade unions and the left, and advocating free-market economic policy. Is this an accurate picture of the former British leader? Sean Gabb joins me for an… Read More
The Argument That Smashed Socialism
Yesterday’s Tom Woods Letter, which all the influential people receive every weekday. Be one of them . Thanks a lot, Bernie Sanders: the word “socialism” is viewed favorably by close to half of Americans, and even more by young people, in 2016. That’s largely because most people have no idea… Read More
Ep. 755 Is Singapore a Good Destination for Libertarians?
I get asked a lot about places where libertarians might move were things to go really sour in the United States. I myself plan to stick it out come what may, but it’s a good question all the same. One place sometimes cited in this… Read More