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This interview was a great pleasure:
It was definitely fun, although I had a splitting headache and didn’t know I was going to be interviewed. Thankfully, Jeff gave me some Vitamin Water, which you can see me drinking.
Theodore Roosevelt believed he could do anything not specifically reserved for another branch. He claimed that meant he was not “usurping” power only “expanding” executive powers.
Not man who cared much for federalism.
Thanks for doing another one of these Jeff! You should plan on getting some more authors during the next conference at the Mises Institute
Nice work, and thanks!
How many of us grew up thinking that history was boring? Is it part of human nature to not be interested in ourselves? The answer is no!
So what is wrong with this picture. Apparently and perceptively the history must not have truth value. Why not? The oppressor of the human spirit is portrayed as a friend. Subconsciously we reject this and trudge our way through the history ‘education’ that is a part of the curriculum created by the suppressor and oppressor of the human spirit.
Thanks to persons like Thomas Woods history with truth value is made available. Those who had fallen asleep about history wake up and feel energized! At the same time the oppressor of the human spirit begins to recede into its dark hole of falsity.
What a great interview! Thanks!
Excellent interview, thanks for posting it.
These interviews are wonderful! (this one and the one with Mark Thornton)
Please keep it up. It really keeps the liberty spirit alive.
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