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I beat Walter last night, so we’ve each won one game. We’ll have the championship match at next year’s Mises University program. Here’s the game for those of you who asked for it. In fairness, I should note that this particular game does not do… Read More
Walter Williams, the brilliant economist and syndicated columnist, died this week. With Thomas Sowell he hammered away for decades against the myths about race and economics peddled by the mainstream and by alleged civil-rights organizations. He had enormous influence on a great many people through… Read More
Should libertarians ever take government funds? Another question that divides the libertarian world. Two show regulars are here for another exciting debate! About the Guests Robert P. Murphy holds a Ph.D. in economics from New York University. He is the author of numerous books (see below), including… Read More
This page accompanies my video about Walter Block: For background on what’s happening to Walter Block at Loyola University New Orleans, click here . Then we have this letter from some Loyola faculty members, and this entirely predictable letter from the university president, Fr. Kevin Wildes. Meanwhile, every one of Walter’s views… Read More
Someone made a YouTube of the Woods/Block match from earlier this week.
The Chicago School of Milton Friedman and the Austrian School of Ludwig von Mises and F.A. Hayek differ in important ways, and although individuals from both schools have made important contributions to the free society, it’s important that we recognize these differences and choose accordingly.… Read More
We wrap up Walter Block week with a glance through his enormous list of publications and picking out interesting topics for libertarians: punishment theory, conjoined twins, the death penalty, and more, as well as a sneak preview of Defending the Undefendable 3. Free Resources! 1)… Read More