Reasonable position on the gun issue. He's right. Who cares if they are murder weapons!Read more »
As President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney prepare for their second debate tonight at Hofstra University on Long Island, we speak with George Farah, author of "No Debate: How the Republican and Democratic Parties Secretly Control the Presidential Debates." The debate will feature questions from the audience that have been pre-selected by moderator Candy Crowley of CNN — a detail revealed when Time magazine published the contract secretly negotiated by the Obama and Romney campaigns and the Commission on Presidential Debates.Read more »
3rd Party Candidate Debate: Gary Johnson is the Libertarian Party's nominee. Jill Stein is the Green Party's nominee. They joined moderator — and host of weekends on All Things Considered — Guy Raz for a debate focusing on domestic issues: the economy, health care and the role of government.Read more »
Fiction Writer Holly Lisle presents an argument that taxes are a form of slavery. Much to the consternation of socialist commentators.Read more »
Paul doesn’t sugar-coat his answers. He doesn’t state them in a way most calculated to appeal to his audience. He states them without artifice.
And this is why his devoted core of supporters are unlikely to go to any other candidate. They find this quality totally refreshing, and energizing. Paul is different from every other politician they’ve seen.Read more »
Johnson will be included in Thursday’s Fox News debate in Orlando.Read more »
Sitting on the panel were direct public policy enforcers of said 'war' and private-sector public policy analysts decidedly against drug prohibition; a group that I thought could turn-out to produce an excellent unfiltered discussion, I wasn't disappointed:Read more »
Many Austrians have tried to get Krugman to debate business cycle theory. He’s too busy and too sophisticated to debate an Austrian, of course. Until now.Read more »
Mises scholar, Dr. Robert P. Murphy, has officially thrown down the gauntlet; challenging Paul Krugman to a public debate (Keynesian vs Austrian business cycle theory) moderated by a person of mutual choosing. The challenge was issued by Murphy on October 20, 2010 on The Point.Read more »
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From Mises Daily: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 by Stephan Kinsella
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