I don't expect to get a huge audience for this in here, but gosh darn it, the speech is so damn good I just have to post it anyways.
Economist Tom Woods delivers an epic speech on the reawakening of America to the criminality of the Federal Reserve system and the outrageous costs of
the military industrial complex.
If you've never heard Tom speak before, you're in for a treat. He's part economist and part stand-up comedian. Tom is the only economist I know
that can pack an auditorium on a Friday night. His speeches are that good.
During the lecture he makes reference to a bunch of different items so I've included some related information to his speech.
The Constitution of No Authority will probably piss most of you off. It pretty much trashes the constitution as a legal document. However, I think
it’s important to read because of the thought provoking questions it forces you to consider.
Woods’s speech above revolves around Spooner’s work. I think you’ll get a better appreciation of the arguments Spooner makes after hearing
Woods speak on the subject. As Woods says, the constitution is a useful tool to bash the government with even if it has no binding authority.
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