My friend Jason Jewell, who heads the department of humanities at Faulkner University, has made a commitment to read the 60-volume Great Books of the Western World series, and is beginning with the additional Gateway to the Great Books (another ten volumes). Here’s his post laying out the… Read More
Here’s the most systematic reply I have written to the various objections, serious and silly, raised against state nullification.
So it is possible after all. Idaho’s ABC channel 6 (KIVI) ran this report on Nullification last Sunday. (Begins after a 15-second commercial.)
Posting these for the heck of it. A slightly heavier Tom Woods visits Van Wie Natural Foods in 2004. Here I am with Richard Van Wie. Now it’s just me and the beef.
The media unloaded on nullification and on me the other day, naturally trying to portray me as a sinister figure with bad intentions. Following a ludicrous summary of my career and views, the AP called me simply a “Kansas-based author,” not thinking it relevant, I… Read More
My site has just been given a face lift, and the last thing to be done is my Events page. For now, I’ll just remind people that I’m speaking tonight at the University of Wisconsin, Madison . The rest of the events will be back up soon.
Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, the head of the Vatican’s bank, has denounced the Keynesian economic policies that are wreaking havoc on the Western world, and recommends the book Where Keynes Went Wrong by Austrian School economist Hunter Lewis. Doesn’t he know it’s heresy to believe in the time preference theory of interest… Read More