Reason magazine posted yesterday their responses from various libertarians they sent a set of questions on the 2008 election. Following is the response I sent them last week. (Their initial article did not include my responses, but they added them in after I sent a YO DUDE! email their way.) ** I will post some […]
Archive | October, 2008
The podcast of Wednesday’s radio interview with Scott Horton is now online here. We had a rattlin’ good discussion, covering a heap of topics and clobbering politicians left and right. Thus far, I have not been contacted by the lawyers for the West Virginia Anti-Defamation League.
This is the 25th anniversary of the bombing of the barracks in Beirut that killed 241 Marines. President Reagan sent in U.S. troops to try to help stabilize Lebanon after the Israeli invasion (and massacres by Israeli proxies in Palestinian refugee camps) the prior year. This was Reagan’s biggest antiterrorism debacle. He failed the Marines […]
Scott Horton and I will be bantering about Bush and other disasters today (Wed., 10/22) at 1:15 pm Eastern. I think you can listen live either here (Listen Live link is on left hand side) or here. (I’m not sure on the latter link.) The program should be available as a podcast within the next […]
Is anyone closely tracking Sarah Palin’s continued popularity with libertarians? Charles Murray, one of the Beltway’s favorite libertarians (ensconced at the manically pro-war American Enterprise Institute), told the New York Times that he is “truly and deeply in love” with Palin. Joe Bast, the head of the Heartland Institute, said that Palin “was a great […]
Robert Zullo of the Houma Courier (of Houma, Louisiana, in Terrebonne parish, near New Orleans) interviewed me on Thursday on the 2008 election. His article in today’s paper very nicely captures how voters are making decisions as they head towards the voting booth. He kindly included a number of quotes from me in his piece, […]
The Future of Freedom Foundation posted online today the YouTube version of my “Bush’s War on Civil Liberties” spiel from their June conference. You can see all the video clips here. The speech did not include any Hillary jokes.