I have missed a good deal of time due to this whole wedding planning thing. But that doesn’t mean I have stopped absorbing, whether it be Tom Woods’ podcast every day or the occasional youtube lecture. Here are a few lectures I have enjoyed in the past few weeks that you may also like… The…Details
Tom Woods gives your lecture of the week – and since Mises Universtiy 2014 occurred last week, there is lecture fodder for WEEKS headed your way…
This one is very general, but discusses the usual ways in which people see the state that are simply erroneous. Enjoy.
I rarely miss a Tom Woods Show podcast, and you shouldn’t either. A few recent shows I have enjoyed include:
- Stop protesting sweatshops
- Carol Paul on her husband Ron
- Peter Schiff on investing and his father’s political imprisonment
- Alexander Hamilton was a bad dude
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Your lecture this week is a usual around here – Tom Woods, on what the drug war is and how it is corruption incarnate. Enjoy.
Tom Woods is known for many things, among them breaking down the absurd costs of our government in his book Meltdown. In his tribute to leftist economist Seymour Melman, Woods explains the cost of the U.S. war machine. I highly recommend anyone who has the time read the paper, found here.
Your lecture of the week this week is Tom Woods, explaining the philosophical advances in human rights theory. If he had time, I am sure he would deal with more theories, but for now, this is a good explanation of what rights have historically been, and what their existence implies: