Jeff Deist, president of the Mises Institute, on what libertarians (and even progressives and conservatives) ought to aim for, and why handing out U.S. Constitutions in Iraq might not be the most effective strategy.
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The Reagan Administration’s David Stockman is convinced Trump will not survive 2018.
Joe Salerno, editor of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics and academic vice president of the Mises Institute, discusses Ludwig von Mises’ thoughts on nationalism, immigration, and the state.
The perpetually aggrieved have recently settled upon various Confederate monuments, particularly in New Orleans, as the next thing to be destroyed. Given the level of American discourse (a word I use laughingly in this context), anyone saying a word against this is of course condemned with all the usual low-IQ language of the left.
As if his warnings to Barack Obama about intervention in Syria had never been uttered, Donald Trump ordered a missile strike on Syria yesterday. Scott Horton discusses this horrific mess.
Ron Paul discusses the foundations of libertarianism — along with Connor Boyack, author of a new children’s book that features a character based on Dr. Paul.
Philosopher Philip Goff argues that you have no moral claim to the money you earn on the market, because its distribution of money is arbitrary. Tom Woods and David Gordon give the take down.
Zack Rofer (the pen name of the author of the book being discussed today) joins me to deal with a bunch of the most common questions libertarians are asked.
Harvard University’s library system just released a guide to “fake news” and propaganda websites. Guess who’s on there? So’s LewRockwell.com, Antiwar.com, and even Wikileaks.