Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Popular Sovereignty and the Health Insurance Mandate

The Friedrich A. von Hayek Lecture is an annual lecture series sponsored by the New York University Journal of Law & Liberty, which focuses on the analysis of law from a classical liberal perspective. This year's lecturer was Randy E. Barnett, the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory of Georgetown University Law Center. The lecture is titled "Commandeering the People: Popular Sovereignty and the Health Insurance Mandate." About 1:23 long.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Terror as Stimulus?

Just over 2 minutes.

Ten Rules for Dealing with the Police

82 minutes

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Dr. Israel Kirzner: Morality, Efficiency and Markets

Dr. Kirzner challenges the idea that while markets may be efficient they are immoral. About one hour.

Beyond Efficiency from FEE on Vimeo.

Realizing Freedom with Tom Palmer

Tom G. Palmer on Realizing Freedom -

To purchase Tom's book, at a steeply discounted price, go to our friends at Laissez Faire Books.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Climategate: Even the Finns are asking questions.

A television program from Finland looks at what was revealed in Climategate. In Finnish with English subtitles. About 30 minutes.

Friday, January 1, 2010

Saving Globalization

New Zealand's former prime minister, Michael Moore, discusses globalization and his new book, Saving Globalization. The book can be ordered from our friends at Laissez Faire Books for $19.95. Moore is a former socialist who has moved considerably but who still has some affection for his mistaken ideas of the past.