Archive for Media
LearnLiberty.org has a great new series of videos out called “Liberty is Personal.” Here is an excellent excerpt from the series of Jeffrey Tucker talking about the minimum wage.
Watch the entire series starting with episode 1 on Youtube.
Tags: economics, ethics, Jeffrey Tucker, libertarianism, liberty, minimum wage
Jon Stewart rips commentators at Fox News a new one in this 7 minute segment from the Daily Show. In the clip, he puts on display the frightening inconsistency of supposed “freedom-promoting” anchors on Fox News, most of whom have no problem completely shredding the Bill of Rights in pursuit of fear- and war-mongering.
Despite Stewart’s misstep at the end regarding requiring background checks for purchase of firearms, he lays a clear example of how current “conservatism” has nothing to do with liberty and everything to do with power. If only he realized that his liberalism basically does the same thing.
|The Daily Show with Jon Stewart||Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c|
Tags: constitution, Fox News, Jon Stewart, Media, News, video
Tom Woods and Gerard Casey – both great Christian men – talk about Ireland and its two-thousand year history of statelessness. Excellent discussion…
You can learn more from BOTH of these great thinkers at Liberty Classroom.
Tags: anarchism, anarchy, Gerard Casey, history, Tom Woods
For more interesting news on intellectual property, see Stephan Kinsella’s Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom.
Tags: art, copyright, economics, intellectual property
We can thank Randy England, author of Free is Beautiful: Why Catholics Should be Libertarian, for this great little video on Romans 3:8 and government.
Tags: christian libertarianism, ethics, government, libertarism, statism, statolatry, The State