Presented by Thomas E. Woods, Jr., at “The Great Depression: What We Can Learn From It Today,” the Mises Circle in Colorado; sponsored by Limited Government Forum of Colorado Springs and hosted by the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Recorded Saturday, 4 April 2009.
Tomorrow at 10:00am ET I’ll be on NPR’s “On Point” alongside a Duke law professor to discuss the various nullification/federalism initiatives around the country. I for one would welcome your calls — 1-800-423-8255. Here’s a full list of stations; some broadcast the program live, others air it later. And here’s how to listen online. cross-posted…Details
A fair reference to Tom Woods in the NY Times? And on states rights and nullification? Amazing: “Everything we’ve tried to keep the federal government confined to rational limits has been a failure, an utter, unrelenting failure — so why not try something else?” said Thomas E. Woods Jr., a senior fellow at the Ludwig…Details
Campaign for Liberty’s Kevin Brett interviews historian and author Tom Woods during CPAC 2010.
The interview covers topics such as the tea parties, the political climate, the nullification movement, how Tom came to hold his beliefs, and the Ron Paul effect.
The most important job of regime intellectuals of all stripes, besides promoting wars past, present, and future, and anything else that enhances the glory, power, and centralization of the state, is to smear opponents. Here Salon attacks Tom DiLorenzo and Tom Woods for dissenting from official history. Of course, mullification orginates with Jefferson and Madison…Details
A good discussion by Andrew Napolitano and Tom Woods on Government banking rules and the problems that their “regulations” have caused in the economy.
Tom Woods Speech at the Campaign for Liberty Regional Conference in Atlanta Georgia 1/ 15/2010 – talks about the Federal Reserve, and the principle of nullification in history and modern times.
Recently, Andrew Napolitano sat in as a guest host on the Glenn Beck show. He interviewed both Kevin Gutzman and Thomas E. Woods, who are two of the country’s leading minds on state sovereignty issues. Powerful stuff. Watch it: