Monthly Archives: September 2012

Bodrum: The Austrian Bubble

The Property and Freedom Society annual conference is about to begin, with yours truly doing the first speech, this morning, after Professor Hoppe’s introductions. I’m going to speak on ‘Liberty through Literature’, and it’s hopefully going to be epic. Or … Continue reading

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Adam Kokesh: Why the Internet is a Game Changer

An interesting GoldMoney podcast, with Alasdair Macleod. Here’s the YouTube blurb: “GoldMoney’s Alasdair Macleod talks to Adam Kokesh who is an American activist and host of the radio show Adam Vs The Man (www.adamvstheman.com). They discuss topics relating personal and … Continue reading

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Dominic Frisby: Life after the State

Dominic Frisby, Britain’s best known believer in a totally voluntary society, introduces his forthcoming book, ‘Life after the State’. Find out more.

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Anti-affluence Tax-Stasi about to start terrorising Britain

As the British economy sinks ever further into the toilet of social policy, money printing, and stupid government interventions, the quite frankly appalling ‘Liberal’ party are about to instigate a wave of tax terror. Although this is probably just an … Continue reading

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Liberty through literature

The latest program from Bodrum has just been announced, and the Professor has slotted me in to the first gate, after his introductions. No pressure there, then. I am now umming and ahhing about which bow tie to wear; the … Continue reading

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Hayek: Masters of money

There was an extraordinary programme on the BBC last night discussing the life and times of Friedrich von Hayek. Although subjecting Von Mises to the usual ‘unperson’ treatment, in which Hayek is treated as the absolute centre of the Austrian … Continue reading

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Jeff Berwick’s gut feeling: US in hyperinflation in five years

Acapulco’s finest explains his thoughts on where the US economy is going and how to survive its government-induced hyperinflationary implosion:

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