I’m still at the Mises Institute’s Austrian Economics Research Conference, and as usual it’s a great time. Later this afternoon I’m chairing the book panel, where authors discuss their recent books. My friend Shawn Ritenour of Grove City College got added to the panel kind… Read More
I just received this. In the comments section, please share your thoughts. I just wanted to say that I love your show and you have as many other have said, been keeping me sane during the pandemic. Seeing the liberties that were provided to us… Read More
I recently had an opportunity to speak to about 100 state legislators about COVID rationality, making the strongest case I could, and calling on them to be the voices of the voiceless (i.e., the victims of lockdown we’re supposed to pretend don’t exist).
The latest issue of the Tom Woods Letter, which all the influential people read. Subscribe for free and receive my eBook Your Facebook Friends Are Wrong About the Lockdown: A Non-Hysteric’s Guide to COVID-19 as a gift. Steve Sisolak, governor of Nevada, recently scolded citizens of his state. Why, only… Read More
My remarks at the recent Ron Paul symposium in Texas:
Professor Gabriel Scally, a member of the SAGE group advising the British government on COVID-19, is asked if he’s done any kind of cost-benefit analysis with regard to lockdowns, since lockdowns carry a heavy cost both in terms of money and human life. See if… Read More
The latest issue of the Tom Woods Letter, which all the influential people read. Subscribe for free and receive my eBook Your Facebook Friends Are Wrong About the Lockdown: A Non-Hysteric’s Guide to COVID-19 as a gift. With Massachusetts seeing a rise in “cases,” I saw someone on Twitter lamenting… Read More
Most people don’t know that Warren Buffett’s father was Howard Buffett, a laissez-faire, sound-money United States congressman from Nebraska. His views on the economy couldn’t have been farther removed from what his son’s would one day be. He didn’t yet know that, though, when he wrote to Mr.… Read More