Tag Archives: Tom Woods

Shawn Ritenour on the Tom Woods Show

I’m happy to say that I got to listen to two of my favorite intellectuals (and friends) in my podcast feed yesterday. Shawn Ritenour, the author of Foundations of Economics, a book I have discussed extensively on this site, was the guest … Continue reading

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Free Books This Month at Liberty Classroom!

For those of you have not already joined the fun over at Liberty Classroom, Tom Woods is giving away free, autographed copies of some of his books to new members this month! You can choose from Nullification, Rollback, and 33 … Continue reading

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What’s the Real Federal Debt?

$222 trillion? That’s the “fiscal gap” as recently published by the Congressional Budget Office. The fiscal gap is the most realistic long-term budget forecast that the CBO can make (and it’s known for using rosy assumptions about U.S. economic health). … Continue reading

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Free Sample Lectures from My Liberty Classroom Series

Three of my 84 lectures for the Liberty Classroom website have been posted as free samples. Here are the topics: Introduction to Western Civilization Renaissance Humanism Absolutism and Mercantilism The videos are available at this link, where you can also … Continue reading

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You Really Need to Read Tom Woods’s “Rollback”

Although I purchased Rollback about the time it was published, it has only been in the last couple of weeks that I have been able to read all the way through it. It is full of information that is necessary … Continue reading

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The Welfare State: A Sinking Ship

Washington Post columnist Robert Samuelson has laid out some uncomfortable facts that need to sink in with our policymakers before they do anything else stupid. In “The Welfare State’s Reckoning,” Samuelson points out that Americans who are currently scoffing at … Continue reading

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Introducing Tom Woods

If you are interested in history, politics, or Roman Catholicism in any way, you’ll probably find much food for thought in the writings of Thomas E. Woods, who cranks out books with astonishing speed. His best known works are the … Continue reading

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