Listen Live – Richmond Radio interview, Friday 2/24

I was interviewed yesterday evening by Liz Skrobiszewski at the studio of WRIR, Richmond’s Indie radio station (which also carries NPR programming).   The interview was a real treat in part because Liz had such excellent questions. We had a rambunctious discussion which will air on Friday at noon.  You can listen live here.   Liz, who has […]

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Orange Co. Register publishes my hit on Federal Surveillance

The Orange County Register published my hit on the dangers of federal surveillance. Here are some outtakes: Americans seem to have forgotten why the Founding Fathers prohibited government from spying on them. Public opinion polls show a rising percentage of Americans approving of the warrantless National Security Agency wiretaps authorized by President Bush. Many Americans […]

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Book Signing in Richmond, Va. on Tuesday, Feb. 21

I will be talking and signing books at the Fountain Bookstore in Richmond, Va., at 6:30 pm on Tuesday night (2/21). The  Fountain Bookstore is at 1312 E. Cary St.,  (804) 788-1594.  Directions and other details are at the bookstore’s website. I have been advised by counsel that, because it has been a long time since […]

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New York Post reviews Attention Deficit Democracy

Ari Melber, a former U.S. Senate legislative aide, reviewed Attention Deficit Democracy in today’s New York Post. Melber calls the book “a lively attack on politicians, voters and government. Bovard’s indictment of an ineffective but ever-expanding federal government would make any libertarian proud. That may be why the author has so many conservative fans, including […]

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Newsday Op-ed: Mass Ignorance vs. Democracy & Liberty

Newsday published an op-ed of mine today on how ignorance is subverting democracy and liberty.   Some people may dispute the porn ratio in the piece; my hunch is that the number errs significantly on the low side.    The article is being distributed nationwide by the Los Angeles Times/Washington Post syndicate, so it may pop up in […]

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