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How do you grade Trump's first year? It's a mixed bag for libertarians.
Does Bitcoin signal the end of money-printing and inflation by central banks as we know it, or does it represent something larger and less predictable?
If you bring up the idea of compensating donors of bodily tissues and fluids at a dinner party, you’re likely to evoke reactions of disgust (and fewer future dinner party invitations). However, given the importance of these procedures and shortage of donors, the conversation must be had somewhere.
When Frank H. Buckley last joined the show, he surprised Bob with a cogent, intellectual case for the election of Donald Trump. Buckley, a Foundation Professor at George Mason University’s Scalia School of Law, advised Team Trump on campaign speeches, and geared his last book, The Way Back, towards a set of practical solutions to “restore the promise of America.”
Jayant Bhandari is not afraid to sound politically incorrect when he speaks about the importance of western capitalist institutions to the third world.
Robert Wenzel's speech at the Federal Reserve has been read by approximately 1,000,000 people. With housing prices climbing back into bubble territory, could Austrian economics be ripe for a revival?
In the first chapter of The Chickenshit Club, Eisinger tells of a meeting at the Southern District office, in which then-District Attorney James Comey asked all of the lawyers who had never lost a case to raise their hands. Comey then informed the puffed-up attorneys that they were members of what he and his friends called “the Chickenshit Club.”
Constitutional Orthodoxy (n.) — adhering to the codified processes that were established within the Constitution as defined by the States (founders) during the ratification process. Consequently, the founders dictated and enumerated the limitations and scope of the general government as a delegated entity within the Hybrid Constitutional Republic. Returning to Constitutional Orthodoxy is the only course that will preserve the Constitution, Individual Liberty, and the Republic.
As a professor, it takes courage to stand up for your values when you are being publicly condemned by your fellow faculty, the dean of your school, student groups and a media mob.