F. A. Hayek’s Last Interview (1985): Skousen and North

Written by Gary North on January 14, 2017

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I received an email on January 12: thank you for recording and sharing the wonderful interview with Hayek from 1985. It’s recorded on mises.org website / part one here: https://mises.org/library/interview-friedrich-hayek-part-i and part two here: https://mises.org/library/interview-friedrich-hayek-part-ii . Actually, the interview is very important for my research. Hayek touches there notorious stuff, but from different angles than […]

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Stolen American History: Not in the Textbooks

Written by Gary North on January 7, 2017

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Here’s a brief summary of the story you never got in high school, college, or grad school. Neither did I. But your kids can get it, and maybe they’ll fill you in — as long as you don’t get tired of saying, “I’ve never heard that. Are you sure?” This is lesson 176 of my […]

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Political Correctness and Voter Resistance

Written by Gary North on January 7, 2017

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In October, I published an article about Angelo Codevilla’s article, “After the Republic.” http://www.garynorth.com/public/15733.cfmHe has done it again. I have worked with him for over 40 years, when we were both on Capitol Hill as researchers. I regard him as the smartest guy in the conservative movement. His specialty is foreign policy, but in recent […]

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Why I Don’t Take Jim Rickards Seriously

Written by Gary North on January 7, 2017

James Rickards writes “the end is near” books. He writes about finance. His latest potboiler is titled, The Road to Ruin: The Global Elites’ Secret Plan for the Next Financial Crisis. When you read it, you will find that there actually is no secret plan. In fact, it’s the same old deal. He announces this […]

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Crisis and Legitimacy: The NWO

Written by Gary North on January 7, 2017

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Those of us who are known as conspiracy historians argue that the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and various other high-level elite societies provide most of the leadership at the national level of the United States. In other words, we think that the system is rigged. At the same time, we are well […]

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Debbie Reynolds, RIP

Written by Gary North on December 31, 2016

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She’s gone, one day after her daughter died. How strange. They did not get along for a long time. They got along so unwell that Mike Nichols made a semi-biographical movie about them: Postcards from the Edge (1990). Carrie Fisher wrote the book and the screenplay. Nichols persuaded Meryl Streep to play Carrie’s character and […]

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Forced Retirement: LBJ, Nixon, and Hillary

Written by Gary North on December 31, 2016

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The three most hated modern American politicians were LBJ, Nixon, and Hillary. They were driven out of power by their enemies. Nixon was long called Tricky Dick by Democrats. The Democrats hated him as they hated no other nationally famous Republican. Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn at the Democratic National Convention in 1960 persuaded […]

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Judge Napolitano’s Predictions for 2017: Can You Do Better?

Written by Gary North on December 31, 2016

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“It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” — Yogi Berra1) In 2017, President Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress will a. repeal Obamacare entirely. b. squabble among themselves and make only cosmetic changes to Obamacare. c. retain the core of Obamacare because President Trump will have a change of heart. d. repeal Obamacare […]

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