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Tag: Lew Rockwell
  • Lew Rockwell in Al Jazeera on Egypt’s Revolt

    Writes Rockwell: The core of the problem, it appears, relates to civil liberties and the very old-fashioned conviction that the country is ruled by a tyrant who must go. Mubarak tolerates no challenges to his martial-law rule. There are tens of thousands of political prisoners in the country, and it is easy to get arrested …

  • Lew Rockwell Is the Coolest…

    Here is his 4/17 appearance on Scott Horton’s antiwar Radio. The discussion focuses on the connection between the state’s  counterfeit and murder operations. I especially like Rockwell’s suggestion to send Obama and Rahm on the latest government space “expedition.”

  • Three Down, Four to Go

    Today, vice chairman of the Fed, Donald Kohn announced that he will be retiring effective June 23rd. This marks three vacancies on the board. If only they would all retire, resign, or merely keel over. Let’s just hope these positions could be filled with people like Lew Rockwell and Robert Murphy. Then we could really …

  • Assumptions make an A$$ out of you and me

    Prior to one of my interviews, I failed to live up to the journalistic  standards  that   the “real” media pretends to abide by. Specifically, I came into an interview with  Cato Senior Scholar Tom Palmer several months back with negative preconceptions. I knew he had been a critic of Lew Rockwell and the Mises Institute and an advocate of military intervention in Afghanistan. I also felt cynical …

  • Rockwell on Napolitano

    Lew Rockwell is not only one of the greatest libertarians of our time, but also hilariously masterful at pointing out the various ironies of the state. Here is his appearance with Judge Napolitano on Tuesday’s episode of Freedom Watch:

  • Hey, Cato — How about that Friedman Prize!

    Liberty activist Michael Maresco suggests on his Facebook page that Ron Paul receive the Cato Institute’s annual “Friedman prize for advancing liberty.” Considering Cato’s tentative relationship with Ron Paul-type libertarians, and some downright vitriolic exchanges between excellent libertarian scholars from both the Mises and Cato Institues, giving the high-profile, unequivocally principled Paul the award would not only be more than justified, but helpful …

  • Judge Nap in Negotiations for FOX TV spot– Let’s help him out!

    Ernest Hancock reports that Judge Napolitano is in negotiations with Fox News to put “Freedom Watch” on the air–Right now! To those unfamiliar with Napolitano’s program, it is the real deal. “Freedom Watch,” is no wussified, watered-down version of liberty, but rather, a fearless upholding of classical liberalism in opposition to government theft, coercion, and mass …

  • Awesome line from Lew Rockwell

    I’m surprised no one thought of this one yet. It certainly makes for a great libertarian/anti war slogan, to be used  in opposing O-bomb-ya over the next few years: “One, two, three, four, We don’t want your f___ war. Five, six, seven, eight, Organize and smash the state.” *I stand corrected, as this was apparently …

  • Blue State Fascism?

    I don’t care if libertine MSM types are “aghast” by the notion of gun-owners exercising their constitutional rights.  It’s fine for anti-gun groups to refuse to buy guns, speak out against guns, and refuse to associate with anyone who has so much as gone hunting. But they are NOT entitled to forcefully seize the property of law-abiding Americans. Indeed, …

  • Freedom Watch 6/17/09

    Judge Andrew Napolitano’s show “Freedom Watch” had it’s 19th episode yesterday! As usual, the guest lineup was great. Guests included Congressman Ron Paul, Peter Schiff, Dr. Yaron Brook, Lew Rockwell, Thomas Woods, Mike German, and John Poppas.  Do you enjoy Freedom Watch? Email yourcomments@foxnews.com to get the show on TV! You can watch Part 1 …