My old friend Bill Anderson kindly asked me about the Waco coverup during the question-and-answer portion of my spiel at last week’s Mises Institute conference. Here’s my response: The feds got away with covering up the worst parts of that atrocity – or at least with delaying the damning evidence so long that the political damage […]
Archive | March, 2018
Scott Horton and I recently discussed my Hill article, “Time for the US to end democracy promotion flim-flams.” You can listen to the 32 minute show by clicking below – Part 1 Part 2
The Mises Institute has now posted a full version of my speech from last week’s conference. Here we go…
Someone kindly posted my TSA cigar cutter story in a Facebook group for cigar fans. One guy responded, scoffing that I was as a “self-interest hack.” I pointed out that he should have written “self-interested hack.” So he denounced me as a “grammar nazi.” I kindly noted that “Nazi” should be capitalized. He retorted that that […]
On my way to Alabama last Thursday, the TSA pilfered a cigar cutter – the final absurdity of my visit with them that day. Here’s the story from my speech the following day at a Mises Institute conference – Here’s a link to a better quality video of that speech (I had to reformat the […]
When someone asked me to name the biggest U.S. government boondoggle I had seen, I leaped at the chance to flog torture. From my Friday presentation to the Mises Institute conference – Here’s a link to many of the articles I have written on torture since 9/11.
Here’s a link to my speech at the Mises Institute Austrian Economics Research Conference this past weekend in Auburn, Alabama. I appreciated the opportunity to pay my respects to Leviathan. I will be posting a few outtakes from this speech in followup blog posts. Mises President Jeff Deist featured much of the speech on his […]