A quick review of Los Angeles, St. Petersburg, Florida, and Washington, D.C., why clubs must die, Richard Spencer at the International Students For Liberty Conference in Washington, D.C., friendship philosopher, phone calls, Old Man Todor, free speech, Blaire White, the movie Arrival versus Denial, debating facts, interpretations of WWII, and our live recording at LibertyCon […]
In countries such as Canada, France, the United Kingdom, and South Africa, measures aimed at reducing smoking and tobacco use are on the primary docket. Chief in each government’s arsenal is a requirement that cigarette and tobacco products be subject to plain packaging, with all cigarette logos and designs excluded and graphic warnings taking up […]
By Yaël Ossowski | American Spectator World leaders are putting the World Health Organization on notice if they don’t shape up. President Trump is threatening to cut 40 percent of U.S. funding from international organizations, while the United Kingdom released a report this week in which they say WHO must reform quickly or it “will […]
An interview on the Gold Newsletter podcast with my long-time friend Fergus Hodgson.
I am convinced that everything that is worth while in the world has been accomplished by the free, inquiring, critical spirit, and that the preservation of this spirit is more important than any social system whatsoever.
At present, I’m making my way through Sinclair Lewis’ It Can’t Happen Here. It’s a rather dated novel, detailing the rise of a fascist American leader who employs typical patriotic tropes, slogans, and attitude during the election of 1936. Many today would like to make the obvious connection to the rise of President-Elect Donald Trump. […]