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Kirk's ACADEMIC FREEDOM: A Study Guide

I had the chance to praise Russell Kirk’s grand book, ACADEMIC FREEDOM (1955), on Tom Woods’s show last week.  With apologies, I do not own the copyright to the book, and, therefore, I cannot share it. 1,077 more words

$21 Million in Sales from a Company that Entered the Market in 2008 Recession When 30% of Industry Was Closing

Tom Woods is at it again, conducting interviews with successful entrepreneurs who’ve made it based on hard work, ingenuity, and tenacity.  The champions this time?  Nathan and Anna Bond.   200 more words

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Today on February 15th, in 1710, King Louis XV was born in the Palace of Versailles. In 1945, the Allied forces conducted their last day of an aerial bombing campaign on Dresden, Germany, destroying  over 1,600 acres (6.5 square kilometers) of the city center. 611 more words


WWII Did Not Bring the U.S. Out of the Depression

Anytime war looms, which is almost every year for the United States, always undeclared, of course, but justified somehow through convoluted rationale of a threat to national security, people, in their last refuge of defending the bombing of innocent people love to reference WWII and how that war brought us out of the Great Depression.   729 more words

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Declaration of Dissolution

The Gandalf of libertarianism, Tom Woods says the dissolution of the United States is nigh.

I’m trying to tune out politics so I can spend the weekend with my kids undisturbed.

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Paul Elam on the Brutality of Feminism

Tom Woods interviews Paul Elam, a leader of the men’s rights movement. It only makes me sad that the feminist movement has gained so much traction given the violence of its leaders and the violence of its positions.   126 more words

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I See Good Things : Trumpsition 1/14/CY+2

Latest installment of the I See Good Things where I share interesting things I’ve found.


If you arrive at an answer that does not follow the correct formula of the people, … 375 more words