I’ll be visiting Montana for the first time this Saturday, making 45 states I have been to in my life. The event , in Bozeman, will be covered by CSPAN for future airing. Tickets (which include dinner) have to be purchased in advance. If you know of… Read More
Check out Bob Wenzel’s brief but very sharp analysis of Newt Gingrich’s weasel platform that avoids discussing spending cuts on the grounds that first we have to get things moving again, etc. All I would add to Bob’s analysis is what I wrote about Gingrich in Rollback : his record is horrendous. Of… Read More
Ronald Reagan had to deal with the so-called age issue in 1984. I wouldn’t be surprised to see it come up in a future GOP presidential debate in connection with Ron Paul. How should he answer? That’s for him to decide, of course, though he’ll… Read More
The Ron Paul Debate Day Moneybomb has raised just over $1 million, a very substantial achievement. The initial goal was $2 million. One thing that would help fundraising substantially is some kind of indication that the money will be better spent this time. Many people… Read More
Thanks to the Daily Paul for the info !
This is my reply to those who say, “I like Ron Paul except on foreign policy.” And here’s the resource page I mention in the video.
Once again, the Heritage Foundation, pretending we hadn’t refuted its arguments last time, is adopting the establishment position against state nullification. (It would violate “common sense,” the Constitution, and the “rule of law” for the states to fail to implement a law that violates the Constitution, Heritage tells us with… Read More
Tony Flood is engaging in a close and careful reading and refutation of an anti-market book written by an erstwhile colleague of mine, on Catholic social teaching and the market economy. My own most complete statement on the subject takes the form of my book The Church and the Market (which… Read More
George Soros, who among many other things bankrolls the left-nationalist thought-control site ThinkProgress, gave a lecture on economic thought the other day. Ouch. Soros said, “Friedrich Hayek is generally regarded as the apostle of a brand of economics which holds that the market will assure the optimal allocation of… Read More