The weekend before Independence Day, I recorded an interview with Jeff Deist for the Mises Weekends podcast on strategies for liberty. This was my first time with Mises, and being that their site has been a great resource for me personally over the years, I was really honored to have had a chance to be…Details
That’s how Tom Woods titled my interview with him for the Tenth Amendment Center’s 10 Year Anniversary last month. It was a fun episode to record, and we covered a little of what led me to starting TAC, influences, strategy, and more.Details
I get a lot of feedback every time I’m on Tom’s show, and this past Tuesday’s episode was no exception. I hope you enjoy it! Tom’s description, from his website: Quite an amazing development: the Tenth Amendment Center and the American Civil Liberties Union have announced a joint effort at the state level to fight…Details
In an interview with then-Mises Institute vice-president Jeffrey Tucker, Tom Woods talks about his book Nullification and the concepts behind the political doctrine in connection with the Tenth Amendment. They also go through the history of nullification, starting with the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions, written by James Madison and Thomas Jefferson respectively, in response to the Alien and Sedition Act.
I recently spoke with ‘The Dignitary’ Jacob Isbell about the constitutionality of federal gun control legislation.
A couple of noteworthy takeaways:Details
A couple of weeks ago, I appeared on “An Economy Of One” podcast to discuss the new Texas gold depository.Details
Last week, I appeared on the Scott Horton show to discuss six new laws that went into effect August 1. Four of these laws nullify specific federal acts in practice, and two others that went on the books placing significant roadblocks in the way of some federal programs.Details