Here is an article on the subject of submission to the state, etc…that comes from a little different perspective. I enjoyed reading it, I hope you do too.
Here is a very apt and slightly funny blog post by a friend and fellow economist, Terry Noel.
It is very difficult to call myself an economist. I don’t feel like one. I’m not sure how economists are supposed to act. It is difficult enough just being me, let alone an economist. But if I love teaching economics and studying economics I must resign myself to the fate of being an economist.
If you are planning to attend the Economic Workshop on October 9th, you must register before October 2nd. Seriously. If you don’t, there will be no lunch for you, and there might not even be a workshop. I need to know by the end of this week how many people plan to attend. And a “oh, that looks interesting. I might come out to that” does not count as registration.
Don’t worry…you came to the right website…it just looks a little different. I was unhappy with the other theme for a variety of reasons, and decided to change it. I hope that this doesn’t happen very often, so please bear with me as I try to get this straightened out.
Perhaps you have noticed the toolbar at the bottom of the screen now. I didn’t mean to have one of those, I have found it only slightly useful, but I hope it is helpful to you. Because of it, I can clean my sidebar off a little. Let me know what you think of the new theme.
The man who led the battle against big tobacco is now leading the fight against big food. His answer to our problems is probably big government.
Just got back from lunch at Cliffbreakers after speaking to the Senior Capital Management group about Fractional Reserve Banking, the Fed, and more! :)
Got the mouse working…brother to the rescue! Now I’m all ready to talk about Austrian economics, Fractional Reserve Banking, the Fed, and more! :)
A powerpoint presentation in a few hours, and my bluetooth mouse isn’t working. This could be tragic. Let’s hope it gets fixed, quickly.
I always wondered about the Tea Party’s quickness to label Obama a Marxist or Communist. Sometimes I wondered if he was, perhaps, much more ordinary, and therefore, much more dangerous. Here’s Sheldon Richman on Obama’s “radicalism” http://ping.fm/Jko2U