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The Supposed Right of Free Speech

Many people think there is a ‘right of free speech’. This, however, is not the case.

The supposed ‘right of free speech’ is a belief that people are allowed to say whatever they want, whenever they want. 177 more words

Education

Murray Rothbard's Defense of Complete Self-Ownership

Murray Rothbard believed in complete self-ownership. He believed it was the only completely defensible philosophical position.

With the issue of self-ownership, there are three possible options besides complete self-ownership. 82 more words

Education

Defining Cowardice

Inasmuch as I find the whole Confederate flag controversy to be worthy of nothing more than an eye roll, at the same time I happen to also believe it has a silver lining. 259 more words

Central Government

Contradicting Krugman

Yes! Tom Woods and Bob Murphy are in the process of creating a new podcast that is dedicated exclusively to critiquing Paul Krugman’s blog posts. They had previously set the date for this podcast some time in March, but Woods was too busy at the time. 55 more words

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Who Killed the Constitution? | Tom Woods & Kevin Gutzman

Who Killed the Constitution?
by Tom Woods & Kevin Gutzman

Quick Review

Who killed the Constitution? Ask a politician and you’re likely to hear that it’s all the other party’s fault. 200 more words

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Nullification | Tom Woods

Nullification
by Tom Woods

Quick Review

In March of 2010, President Barack Obama signed into law the Affordable Care Act, an unpopular and plainly unconstitutional law. 275 more words

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Meltdown | Tom Woods

Meltdown
by Tom Woods

Quick Review

The Great Recession of 2008 caught everyone by surprise. Well, almost everyone. As Tom Woods shows in this book, there was a small group of economists that warned that a housing bubble had developed, and that it was destined to burst. 241 more words

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