Tom Woods takes down Ian. Again.
The feds huff and puff….
Picture the single most barbaric, inhumane, and morally reprehensible act imaginable. It could be anything. You could choose genocide, the most depraved form of torture, or slavery, whatever really. History is replete with examples, the twentieth century in particular, but the nineteenth century had its share of them as well. There doesn’t have to be [...]
Another pundit with hypocritical tendencies? Here we go again.
CATO Chairman: States Can’t Nullify; Supreme Court Is Our Remedy
Mike Maharrey breaks it down for the rest of us…
The Mises Institute’s Mark Thornton covers legalization and jury nullification
Here is the text of the statement delivered by Professor Donald Livingston — who has been an important intellectual influence on me — on behalf of state nullification before the House Judiciary Subcommittee in South Carolina two weeks ago: State nullification is not a violation of the supremacy clause of the Constitution. That clause says that laws [...]
Resisting slavery – a powerful example for today.
Every state has at least one – a person in power who claims to know it all…
It occurred to me recently that learning more about prohibition era America might provide some useful lessons for today, so I have done some reading. I am still far from expert on the period, but what I have learned so far is absolutely fascinating.